Our New Year’s Lunch will be held on Wednesday, 17th January in the Armagh City Hotel.
A four-course lunch has been booked, and your choice of menu will be taken at the table on the day. Anybody with special dietary requirements should indicate them on the letter posted out with details of the event and contact Eleanor at email@example.com
We meet at 12 noon in the reception area of the Conference Centre.
A group to represent the U3A have been invited to lunch with the Mayor at the Palace on Wednesday, 6th December at 1:00 p.m. Please note numbers are restricted to those that have already been notified.
The Lord Mayor, Gareth Wilson hosted a reception for members of Armagh U3A in the Palace on Wednesday, 6th December at 1:00 p.m. We are grateful to Liam McArde for his kind permission to publish photos of the event on our website.
NORTHERN IRELAND REGION OF U3As
NOTIFICATION OF AUTUMN MEETING 2017
When? Thursday 26th October 2017
Where? Grosvenor House, Glengall Street, Belfast
Who can attend? Any member of any U3A in Northern Ireland, plus invited guests
Time? 11am – 3 30pm
The day will begin with Registration from 10 30am
Tea, coffee and scones available on arrival
11am Introduction by Lila Jackson, Chair of the Executive Committee
11 15 -12noon Eddie Lynch COPNI
12 – 12 30 Open Forum
12 30 – 1 30 pm LUNCH
1 30 – 2 15pm Sam Mauger, CEO Third Age Trust
2 15 – 2 45 Question Time with Sam
2 45 – 3 15 Feedback and Farewell
3 30pm Close
A hot & cold finger buffet lunch will be provided
PLEASE REPLY BEFORE 18TH OCTOBER 2017
For catering purposes
The musical “Beautiful” featuring the story and music of Carol King is on in the grand Opera House. A group from the Armagh U3A is going on the matinee on Wednesday 25th October, please contact Eleanor for further details at firstname.lastname@example.org
The F. E. McWilliams gallery in Banbridge has organised pottery workshops at Mount Ida pottery in which some members of the Armagh U3A have taken part.
The project involved making lots of flax flowers in ceramic which will be installed in the gallery garden for their 10th anniversary. The “Weeping Poppies” from London were the inspiration for this idea.
You will be able to see the results of their work and that of the other participating groups in the gallery gardens at the F. E. McWilliams gallery in Banbridge from 22nd March 2018.