Some Members Of U3a Dumfries Enjoyed A Fascinating Tour Of The Crichton Estate On 21 May In The Company Of John Edwards And Wendy Mcleod.
Photographs From Ronnie Galloway
Ambling Group At Lochmaben
Ambling Group At Castle Loch Lochmaben 2015
Gardening Group 2
Garden Group 2's visit to Lowther Castle gardens last Friday, 1st May. 13 people went there so the photos only show some of the group.
Few of the amblers at Elshieshields Febg 2015
The Ambling Group
The Path Beside The Nith Feb Second 2015
Crichton Walk 20 - 1-2015
How do you feel about retirement?
Is it an opportunity? Or do you
Do you feel a need to stretch your mind or body?
Whatever your reason, the U3A in Dumfries can help.
There's more in your life than you think! Find it now.
Whoever wants to learn.
Learning in our small study groups is informal.
Groups may be led by a member, or members may take turns to lead.
Whoever has the knowledge, skills, experience and expertise.
There are no entry qualifications, no exams, no professors or students.
It is a sharing experience between members who want to learn.
WHERE DO INTEREST GROUPS MEET?
Study groups–usually in members’ homes during the day. Some activities, like walking or art, take place at other venues.
DO I HAVE TO ATTEND INTEREST GROUPS?
- there are also monthly open meetings, Held on the 1st Thursday of every month from October to April with guest speakers, available to all members.
at Georgetown Community Centre, Georgetown Road, Dumfries. There is an annual outing in May for any interested members whether in an interest group or not, at extra cost.
How the U3A works
The members themselves run the Study Groups, serve on committees, provide administrative help, organise outings, study days etc on a voluntary basis. Everyone is encouraged to help in some way in the running of the organisation if they can, whether that is helping in a practical way (folding newsletters, making tea etc), or in running an event or joining a committee or offering to be a Group Organiser.