Our upcoming events
The Shrine of Remembrance is Victoria’s pre-eminent memorial to the service and sacrifice of Australian servicemen and women in conflicts and peacekeeping. Daryl will discuss the Shrine’s heritage from its conception to the present day and will include stories of the brave men and women that served during the conflict that was the First World War. You will be invited to share a journey through the Galleries of Remembrance to acknowledge those Australians who continue to serve the nation.
Listen to the Diamond Valley Big Band, including U3A vocalists Angeline Thompson, Richard Desmond and James Maddocks, with musical performances inspired by Glen Miller, Artie Shaw and others. Enjoy a relaxed musical evening with your friends at a table with BYO supper. There is also plenty of dance floor for those who like to dance.
Leading Senior Constable Alison Keppel and Sergeant Mark Spriggs from the Diamond Creek Police Station will present. Alison will speak on Crime Prevention and Safety in the Community and Mark will speak on Cyber Safety and Scams.
A member of the Banyule Neighbourhood Watch will also attend and this will provide people with an opportunity to purchase a personal alarm on the day (cost $10, cash only).
Test your knowledge on a range of topics whilst also having fun. Gather your U3A friends or class together to make a table of 6 or join another table and make some new friends.
BYO nibbles and drinks (and glasses). Tea and coffee provided.
6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Book your place(s) by emailing the Office (email@example.com). Bookings essential. Pay the $5 entry fee at the door (cash only please) – will cover the hall hire and prizes.