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Tuesday Activities

The courses page grew too long to be able to comfortably read it so the content has been divided up into individual days.

There is also a separate page for Woodbridge based activities.

A set of green ##### is a link to the expansion of a multiple presenter course. Click on them to see the extra information.

Use the links just below to jump directly to a day's program.

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TimeLocationCourse TitlePresenter

09:00 - 14:00



Peter Rowell

The walks, of 7 to 15kms, will be on established tracks and trails about the uplands and coasts around Hobart and occasionally further afield. Duration will be 3 to 5 hours. Participants need a reasonable fitness level. Bring your lunch, water and a first aid kit. The meeting place for all walks is the Senior Citizens car park, Redwood Road. Be there intime to leave at 9:00 am.* Members new to the group please phone either Peter 0409 942 586 or Ron 0408 997 597 prior to the start of term.

10:00 - 11:00


Art Madness

Pam Poulson

Will still be based on a rather eclectic selection of art stories, and ideas around our material, culture; artists, art works, creativity, obsession, art therapy, madness, theft and fraud. We will look at some marvellous paintings and artists in a wider world both in time and place, and we will take a look at the art market and wonder how a starving artist becomes un-affordable.

10:00 - 11:00


Have Your Say

Keith Anderson

Members of this lively group discuss a wide range of topics, ranging from politics, world events, science, humanities and religion.... Our rules maintain respect for others opinions, although challenging discussion is encouraged. Each participant has an opportunity to speak without interruption, and may express any discomfort about others opinions. Confidentiality within the group assures members that their opinion stays in the room, thus allowing them to speak freely on the issues involved.

10:00 - 11:00


Balance Your Bones (Tuesday)

Suzanne Blackwood

This exercise class is for the pre-lycra generation. You will need comfortable, loose clothing. Bring a water bottle. The class will be based around an exercise DVD produced by an experienced and qualified instructor from the Wollongong U3A.

11:15 - 12:15



Albert Goede

The first 3 lectures will be dealing with the nature of volcanic landforms and processes. This will be followed by sessions dealing with historical eruptions such as Santorini, Vesuvius, Krakatoa, Mount Pelee and others.

11:30 - 12:30


Play Rreading

Tony Nicholls

Plays to be read will be decided at class but will include at least one Shakespeare.

11:30 - 12:30


Music, Old & New

Richard Gardam

Is there any such thing as original music? Given that we are flooded with incidental music in video, movies, even advertising, little bits from here and there creep into modern pieces, BUT, ever has it been so. Who stole what from whom, when and how much? Who pays whom? Fascinating questions to explore

13:00 - 14:30


Creative Writing

Annette Starik

This course is for anyone who loves to write! Whether you are an experienced writer or a beginner, we’d love you to join us! You’ll find the group fun, reassuring and helpful. The emphasis is on imagination and creativity and to that end, group members are encouraged to participate in a 10 minute informal writing exercise and to complete optional homework for reading out, at the following class.

13:00 - 15:00


Stitch, knit and chat

Jaylene Seabrook

Led by Jaylene, this sociable group will share knowledge of skills and techniques, ideas and fabrics, wools, cottons,..... Bring along a portable sewing machine if needed. Novice and experienced patchworkers and embroiderers, tapestry and cross-stitchers, knitters etc. welcome

13:30 - 15:00

Library Traning Room

Confidence in Your Device


Join the friends from the Kingston Library and Digital Ready for Daily Life to learn new tips and tricks on your device. Suitable for android and Apple devices. Topics may include taking great photos, updating your software, saving photos and documents to the cloud. Final content will be decided depending on the interests of the group. A fun and informal series. Enquires to

13:45 - 15:15

Kingston Beach Hall

Circle Dancing

Kate Shaw

Circle Dancing continues with a programme of traditional and contemporary dances from around the world. Newcomers are welcome and all dances will be taught. Bring comfortable footwear.



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