Art Appreciation Group
Tracey Robert’s gallery/dome house Olinda
Friday, May 27,
Destination: Tracey Robert’s gallery/dome house Olinda
Tracey is a well-known musician/artist
Tracy explained how her music inspires her artwork.
As an extra treat, Tracey played a few songs on her grand piano.
The group headed for Olinda for lunch & a wander around the craft shops.
Our Art Appreciation visit to Tracey Robert’s dome house/gallery today was memorable indeed. What a great musician/artist Tracey is.
Lynne Moller provided the following:
Our monthly U3A Casey 10km bushwalk took us to Birdland Reserve, Belgrave and parts of Lysterfield and Churchill parks.
The weather was lovely but a bit humid as we mastered some steep inclines.
The views were worth it; huge granite boulders, farmland and views over the city.
U3A Casey provides 3 line dancing classes each week
Friday 10.30 – 12.00
Lynbrook Community Centre
2 Harris St, Lynbrook VIC 3975
This class is open to both beginners and more experienced line dancers. It has everything: music, dancing, laughter and above all enjoyment. If you enjoy exercise and music then come and give this a go.
Tutor: Kathy Smith
Fiddlers Green Auditorium
57 Gloucester Ave,
This is an established lively group. It has everything: music, dancing, laughter and above all enjoyment. If you enjoy exercise and music then come and give this a go. Numbers are limited due to the size of the dance floor.
Tutor: Raelene Nowell
Friday 9.30 – 10.30
Hallam Recreation Reserve Hall
118 – 126 Frawley Road, Hallam 3803
There are lots of reasons to join a line dancing class –
- you meet lovely people in a happy class
- it improves your coordination and balance
- there’s no stress, just fun
At 9.30 the first ½ hour will be teaching you basic, easy steps. From 10am till 11.30 will be the class with a short drink break.
Tutor: Maria Ko
Oil Painting Class
Some members of the Oil Painting class would like to publish examples of their work. New Members to the group are welcome. For more class information please log in to the membership system.
Below is a beach scene by Carolyn Davis
Social Adventures Group
Walking Basketball is a low-impact, social and fun way to improve the levels of physical activity for inactive and slightly active Australians, including those recovering from injury.
Walking Basketball is for participants of all ages, genders and abilities and helps to maintain and improve health and decrease risk factors associated with sedentary behaviour.
Whether you played years ago and want to get back into it, have never touched a ball or want to give something less strenuous a go, Walking Basketball could be the sport for you.
U3A Casey is planning classes to commence in the second semester starting August.
Venue will be the courts at Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre
Want to participate in U3A Casey Walking Basketball classes – let us know – it will help with our planning
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a look at the videos below to get an idea of what Walking Basketball is & how you can join in& have fun & exercise – at the same time!!!
Thanks to Basketball Victoria for their assistance with the Walking Basketball program for U3A Casey