The May meeting will be at Chapter V restaurant in Moy on Thursday 17th at 7.30pm. There will be a four course meal and accompanying wines. Price £50 per person excluding tip and tea/coffee. There is plenty of room so I hope for a good turnout probably including partners, friends etc. if you wish.
If you would like to attend I can collect money on Wednesday at the U3A AGM or evening meeting otherwise let me know you wish to come and send Peter a cheque (address below). Cheques will not be deposited until 17th May.
8 Old Scarva Road, Tandragee, BT62 2ED.
On 1st May – Dungannon Park
On 15th May – Emy Lough
BUT CHIEFLY YOURSELVES
A look at the Great War through readings and song
A one night collaboration by Armagh Theatre Group and U3A Singing Group
Studio Theatre, Market Place, Armagh
Friday, 27th April at 8:00 pm
Tickets (£10) from the Box Office at Market Place 028 2752 1821
Come and support us, it should be a pleasant evening.
Our next outing is on Thursday, 26th April – meet at Scarva at 10:00 a.m.
Starting at 10.30 am on Wednesday 25th April, this new group will encompass the former backgammon group and expand to cover whatever board games or card games you wish to play. Come along for tea, coffee, a chat, and bring along your own game. For further details contact Emmett Lynch on 37525868.
Memoirs writing/ Reminiscences meet on the fourth Wednesday in the month at 2.30 pm in the Irish and Local Studies Library.
The Local history group normally meets at 2:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday in the month in the Irish and Local Studies Library in the old Armagh City Hospital Building.
The convener is Mary McVeigh, if you wish to contact her e-mail: email@example.com
East Antrim U3A have organised a summer school and have sent the following details….
I thought I’d contact you direct about our Summer School workshops being run in Carrickfergus by East Antrim U3A on the east Antrim coast (not a regional event). We’d be delighted to welcome some of our fellow NI U3A Colleagues if anyone wishes to attend any of our planned events in July & August. We have negotiated prices with local hotels for those who’d wish to stay over and explore our lovely coastline.
Could you please disseminate this information and our website page for the Summer School which is constantly being updated as new events are being added.
The website for the summer school is http://eastantrim-u3a.org.uk/summer18/
The Family History group will now meet on the second Wednesday in the month at 2:30 in the afternoon. We meet in the Irish and Local Studies Library, all welcome.
The convener for the group is Richard Burns, if you wish to contact him e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org