Strong lobbying by the 300 members of the Kiama U3A has brought about an $18,000 grant from the State Government for new audio visual equipment, which will be installed at the North Kiama Neighbourhood Centre.
“This funding will allow us to upgrade our audio-visual equipment, making it a lot easier for our members and other groups who also use the North Kiama Neighbourhood Centre,” says Kiama U3A President Gloria Jeffrey.
“We will have a new projector, automated screen, sound system and computer to run presentations and courses.”
With Term 2 starting 2 May, there will soon be an opportunity to join the wide range of classes, which include Tai Chi Qigong, a poetry group, dancing, forensic science, Mah Jong, a book club, meditation, fine art history and appreciation, music for pleasure and a class addressing security surveillance and your privacy.
Details: Enrolments 24 April 2-4pm and 25 April 2-3pm, North Kiama Community Centre, Meehan Drive.