Members of U3A Banyule may be interested in the following events and activities that are conducted in the City of Banyule. Invitations to participate in research and other projects are also listed here.
The U3A organisation is again a supporting partner to the Young At Heart seniors film festival. With 14 films and multiple screenings across four Palace Cinema venues in Melbourne (Balwyn, Brighton, Como, Westgarth), this festival promises quality entertainment over 15 days, commencing 19 February.
Please see the program brochure [.pdf file, 28p, 3.6Mb] listing the films, participating cinemas and the film schedule.
Volunteers with hip pain are wanted for a new research project conducted by the Department of Physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne.
The PHOENIX study will compare the effects of two different 9-month exercise programs on hip osteoarthritis symptoms. The attached Plain Language Statement provides details about how the study will be conducted and If you are interested in participating, contact details for the researchers can be found on the flyer.
The new Household Energy Efficiency and Affordability page is now live on Banyule Council’s website. The page is designed to be a practical information platform to assist residents with useful and up to date market information on household energy affordability and energy efficiency. Some topics covered:
Are you a fan of Australian movies, Australian television, Australian music and/or Australian radio?
Are you interested in our audiovisual history?
Do you know about the work of the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA)?
Banyule libraries include Diamond Valley (Greensborough), Rosanna, Watsonia and Ivanhoe. The Mobile library also services parts of City of Banyule. You can subscribe to newsletters from YPRL, view volunteering opportunities and more at https://www.yprl.vic.gov.au/
Whether you are interested in Events and News, Seniors, Arts and Culture, Shaping Banyule and much more, you can sign up for tailored email updates from Banyule City Council at https://www.banyule.vic.gov.
Discover La Trobe University's Public Lecture series, which cover a wide range of topics.