“Tuesday Talks” Has Returned!
Please note: “Tuesday Talks” will generally be scheduled on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, starting at 10am, and will generally be held in Room 1.
We’re sorry for any inconvenience caused, however the health and safety of our members has to come first. Watch this space to find out when “Tuesday Talks” will resume. Thank you for your patience.
Tuesday 3 August
Bendigo Amateur Radio & Electronics Club: Amateur Radio
Presenter: Graeme Knight, Bendigo Amateur Radio & Electronics Club.
Amateur “Ham” Radio is alive and well, despite the internet.
Graeme will describe what’s involved, what locals are doing, and why it’s so absorbing!
Please enrol on U-MAS to ensure your place and contact the Convenor as numbers are still restricted.
Tuesday 10 August
The Career and Legacy of Bob Dylan
Presenter: Mary Goodall Tuohey (U3A member; Convenor “Good Vibrations”)
Mary will talk about Dylan’s early life, his early and later careers, then talk about his influence on other artists.
All lavishly illustrated with music video clips. Members who enrol will also receive a printed handout of biographical information. Duration 90 minutes (including over an hour of video clips).
Please enrol on U-MAS to ensure your place and contact the Convenor as numbers may still be restricted.
Tuesday 24 August
Deanne Fernie (Resource Recovery & Education, City of Greater Bendigo)
What Waste Where, and Why?
Presenter: Deanne Fernie, Resource Recovery & Education, City of Greater Bendigo
Clarifying the City’s resource recovery from its three waste streams: recycling, organics, & general waste. Bring along your “Congratulations on doing such a great job with sorting your waste” sticker for your chance to win a [virtual only] world tour! (Deanne says that “virtual only” bit should be in very fine print!)
Please enrol for this “Tuesday Talk” on U-MAS and contact the Convenor to ensure there’s a place for you.
Tuesday 14 September
Zoe Knighton (Cellist, Flinders Quartet)
Beethoven and his Op 131 Quartet
Presenter: Zoe Knighton, Cellist, Flinders Quartet.
Beethoven and his Op 131 Quartet. The Flinders Quartet will be presenting “Bungaree and Beethoven” at the Bendigo Bank Theatre on 15 October, featuring this work among others.
Come for a preview and a better appreciation of this “skin-tingling” work..
Please enrol for this ‘Tuesday Talk’ and contact the Convenor to ensure there’s a place for you. Don’t miss this one!!
Tuesday 28 September
Malcolm John (U3A; Music educator)
Formalising the Song in your Head
Presenter: Malcolm John (U3A; Music educator) – Formalising the Song in your Head
Please enrol for this ‘Tuesday Talk’ and contact the Convenor to ensure there’s a place for you.
Tuesday 9 November:
Anne Winckel (Author)
Time Poor, Soul Rich
You can find further details on all of these under Activities or when you enrol on U-MAS. Other topics are in process and will appear in Activities as they are finalised.
Suggestions and offers of topics always welcome – please send to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the Coordinator, Jennifer Goddard.