Drawing on their expert knowledge of the Middle East, leaders of our Middle East Studies group, Prof Paul and Dr Janet Starkey talk about the work of intrepid Scottish artists who captured the architecture and peoples of the East.
Workshops free to u3a members. Monthly 2nd Wednesday at 10am. Everyone shall remain seated throughout. Please wear something comfortable and enjoy yourself! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/laughter-yoga-workshop…
Wednesday 27 April, 2.00pm in Southfields, Duns. Anne McNeill talks about Robert Fortune, the famous Berwickshire plant hunter/ botanist who was largely responsible for introducing tea cultivation to India from China and who brought over 250 varieties of plants to Britain, America and Australia.
Sonia Waterfall and her sister Frances Elson share their harrowing experiences of Auschwitz
A seminar being held at the Volunteer Hall and Duns Castle, 10-12 April . There is a reduced rate for members of Duns & District u3a. For all details: https://www.astene.org.uk/current-events/hay-seminar To book (Duns u3a members scroll down Evenbrite page): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/egyptologist-robert-hay-17991863-and-friends-in-egypt-seminar-tickets-259420623067
Presented by The Third Age Trust, Brenda Ainsley, Cotgrave & District u3a, will present some possible solutions to the climate emergency in her Zoom talk. In 2021, Brenda twice presented this popular talk explaining the science behind the climate emergency and outlining ways in which we can all ‘make a difference’ for future generations. BrendaContinue reading “The Climate Crisis-and Some Solutions”
March Monthly Meeting. All about games in ancient Greece.