Entertaining at the Library
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Eden Spinners One Off Event
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“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.”

Henry Ford

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U3A Sapphire Coast Newsletter September 2020

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Covid19 Safe Plan

-Numbers at any one time are limited to 11 persons (plus course leader). -On entering the centre you are required to:

-use the hand sanitiser provided and -register on the Covid 19 register.

-Social distancing of 1.5m is required.

-After each class held at TBC all furniture and equipment is thoroughly cleaned.

-Some members choose to wear masks though under the current regulations this is not mandatory.

Film Afternoon - Walking the Camino Trails.

As a follow-up to Wal Wolzak and Sylvie Dubrulle's informative presentation on Walking the Camino Trails, we are holding a film afternoon followed by a discussion, on the film The Way. Martin Sheen plays a grieving father who continues his late son’s pilgrimage to the Pyrenees and experiences a major epiphany walking the Camino de Santiago, also known as The Way of Saint James. (See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Way_(2010_film) for review).

Wal and Sylvie have a considerable collection of films, and if sufficient interest is shown, additional film afternoons are a possibility.  

Presenters: Wal Wolzac and Sylvie Dubrulle: wal.wolzac@gmail.com

When: Friday, 25th September at 1.30 pm  

Where: U3asc Tura Beach Centre. 

Cost: $3.00 (as the kitchen is closed please feel free to bring your own refreshments).

Wal and Sylvie have a considerable collection of films, and if sufficient interest is shown, additional film afternoons are a possibility.  

Enrol online to secure your place.

Program Team Contact:  kayeseparovic@gmail.com 

Walking the Camino Trails

If you couldn't make it to Wal Wolzak and Sylvie Dubrulle's One-Off session on Walking the Camino Trails, here is a PDF copy of their wonderful presentation for you to watch at your leisure. 

 

Watch this space for a film afternoon about walking the trails from Wal's considerable collection of DVDs on the subject. If you have any queries about walking the trails or preparing for the trip, Wal is happy to answer any questions you may have via email at wal.wolzak@gmail.com 

or simply come along to the film afternoon!

The Work and Philosophy of Rudolf Steiner

Why not join Steiner scholar Christine Kaine in exploring the work of Rudolf Steiner who was an Austrian philosopher, social reformer, architect, esotericist, and claimed clairvoyant. You will learn how Steiner gained initial recognition at the end of the nineteenth century as a literary critic and how he published philosophical works including the Philosophy of Freedom. Later, he also founded an esoteric spiritual movement, Anthroposophy, with roots in German idealist philosophy and theosophy;

other influences include Goethean science and Rosicrucianism. Read more on Wikipedia -

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Steiner

If you are interested in joining a discussion group with Christine, you may contact her at -christine@christinekainecivilcelebrant.com.au with the idea of initiating ongoing classes.

U3A Centre Office Hours and Phone Number

Need to drop in a form? Need to speak to somebody about U3A? Just want a cuppa or chat?

U3A Sapphire Coast Office hours are Fridays from 1:30pm - 3:30pm at the Tura Beach Centre.  The Office will be closed during NSW School Holidays.

Volunteers will be available to take enquiries both at the Centre, and on our phone number - 0491099570

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