Events for 2017

Date Time Event Topic (click to see precis) Venue Days...
30 January 9:00 AM Term 1 begins Milton-Ulladulla
25 February 3:00 PM Tea 'n Talk Christchurch NZ Earthquakes Dunn Lewis Center
25 March 3:00 PM Tea 'n Talk Marine Life on the Eurobodalla coast Dunn Lewis Centre
7 April 3:00 PM Term 1 Ends
26 April 9:00 AM Term 2 Begins
21 May 2:00 PM Combined Concert MU U3A Combined Concert St Martin's Church Hall
3 June 2:00 PM Tea 'n Talk Who will be in clover after you're gone? Dunn Lewis Center
28 June 9:00 AM NSW Conference U3A Network NSW Conference Sydney Lower Town Hall
30 June 5:00 PM Term 2 Ends
16 July 2:00 PM Jazz at the Star Pidgeon House Jazz Band The Star Hotel, Milton
17 July 9:00 AM Term 3 Begins See all our Courses
30 July 2:00 PM MU Music Society Anthony Peebles, piano
2 September 3:00PM Tea 'n Talk Foodborne illness and food safety Dunn Lewis Center - Alley Gallery
17 September 2:00 PM MU Music Society GeorgeWashingMachine
22 October 2:00 PM MU Music Society Ensemble Aspherical
28 October 2:00 PM Tea 'n Talk Legacy of Governor Burke 1830s Dunn Lewis Center - Alley Gallery

Christchurch and the New Zealand Earthquakes

Phil Smart will give a lecture on the geological implications of the recent earthquakes in Christchurch, NZ. Phil met a geologist who is evaluating the earthquakes and gave Phil access to the information he was gleaning from the geological assessment.

Marine life on the Eurobodalla and local coast

Bill Barker will present a Tea'n'Talk lecture on local Marine Life as a precursor to a Marine Life Course which will run in Term 2 presented by Helen Moody.

Combined MU U3A concert

This concert will consist of pieces from the Singing for Pleasure Choir, the Recorder Band and the Milton District Band.

Who will be in clover after you're gone?

Listen, if you dare, of the squabbles, fights and acrimony that can occur when a will is read. Presented by our U3A Vice President, Carmen Champion, who was involved in many such cases as a barister and solicitor with over 35 years experience before the bar in Sydney.

NSW U3A Conference

The 26th U3A Network NSW Conference will be be held on June 28, 29 and 30 of 2017. All details of this conference can be accessed here giving program details, speakers, registration, venue, costs, transport and accomodation options. Contact details:



Sally Davis 0419 274 573
Judy Harris 0447 194 510.

Jazz at the Star

Tap your feet to the Dixie sounds of our local Pidgeon House Jazz Band which includes members of the U3A and the Milton Ulladulla Band.

Milton Ulladulla Music Society

Anthony Peebles will play a selection of Beethoven and Chopin pieces. Organised by the Milton Ulladulla Music Society

Foodborne illness and food safety

Debbie Peters will outline what causes food poisoning, who is vulnerable, levels of foodborne illness and symptoms to be aware of. Her talk will also include an overview of “bad bugs”, as well as “good bugs”; a brief overview of other food safety hazards eg chemicals, foreign objects and allergens. Finally, Debbie will outline how these major issues are managed across the Australian food chain, along with how these issues can be best managed in the home.
Afternoon tea provided. Gold coin donation appreciated.

Milton Ulladulla Music Society

GeorgeWashingmachine, a gypsy jazz ensemble specialising in the music of Django Reinhart, a truly great jazz legend, will play a lively collection of Gypsy Jazz at its best. Organised by the Milton Ulladulla Music Society

Milton Ulladulla Music Society

Ensemble Aspherical consisting 4 leading Sydney classical musicians of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra playing the harp, flute, violin and viola combine the vibrancy and warmth of the violin and viola with the etherial qualities of the flute and the harp in a collection of classical and romantic music. Organised by the Milton Ulladulla Music Society.

1830s in Australia - The Legacy of Governor Burke

Geoff Brownrigg will present a talk on the very large legacy that Governor Burke left this country including the ending of the penal transportation of convicts. A talk not to be missed by all interested in our history. Gold coin donation appreciated.

The South Coast Music Society

Members are reminded about the excellent Classical Music concerts organised in the Bateman's Bay area by the South Coast Music Society.

Milton Ulladulla Music Society

Members are also reminded about the active Milton-Ulladulla Music Society which aims to put on at least four local concerts a year. Keep your eyes peeled here for information about their events which are usually held in the St Martin's Church Hall; M-U U3A will keep members updated.