Brain Rules for Ageing Well: 10 Principles for Staying Vital, Happy, and Sharp

Coordinator: Ridwan Sedwick
For enquiries, call Mob: 0451 818 842
Day: Wednesday Time: 9:30 am to 11:30 am

Venue: Booval Campus
Frequency: Weekly over 5 weeks starting 16th May

Saturday Social Group on 2nd and 4th Saturdays
12.30 pm Woodend Campus

  • First meeting 12 May 2018 to brainstorm ideas. BYO Lunch
    Di Mead, Group Leader – Call Di on  0424670443

Photography with Wayne McDonnell

  • Class will commence on Thursday 7th June at 1:00pm until 3:00pm each week at the Booval Campus. Call U3A Office on 3282 7484 to register.

Chess, Scrabble and other games

Day: Wednesday Time: 10:15 to 11:30am  Frequency: Weekly

Venue: Woodend Campus
Phone Colin on 3294 6180 for more details


31 May to 1 June

The U3A Network Queensland Conference for 2018 will be hosted by U3A Redcliffe on the beautiful Redcliffe Peninsula.

The theme for this year is:

“Connecting Seniors to Lifelong Learning”

Registration now open!!




– 15 Burley Griffin Drive,

Ipswich, QLD 4305 

$25.00 – Book with Karen MacLeod – 0423 306 790


Friday 21 September:

7.30 pm bar opens/raffles

8.00 pm sharp – plays starts

A fiendishly clever thriller by Anthony Schaffer

Andrew Wyke, an immensely wealthy and successful writer of mystery novels, and Milo Tindle, a handsome younger man, have something in common – Andrew’s wife. In an attempt to find a way out of the potential divorce costing him a fortune in alimony, Andrew invites Milo to the house and suggests that Milo pretends to rob him of his wife’s jewellery so he can claim the insurance. Milo agrees and Andrew leads him through an elaborate charade to fake the robbery. Once this elaborate fraud has been set up, Andrew pulls out a pistol and reveals that the entire plot was meant to frame Milo as a robber, giving Andrew an excuse for shooting him. But does this deadly game come to an end just there?

Director: Les Chappell Rated M: Adult themes