Community News

Members of U3A Banyule may be interested in the following events and activities that are conducted in City of Banyule.  Invitations to participate in research and other projects are also listed.

 


Free Public Lecture - How many afterlives can a cat have?

Carla Raymond (Macquarie University) describes her recent scientific analysis of a mummified cat held by the Australian Institute of Archaeology, using established and novel techniques including X‐ray computed tomography (CT) and neutron CT. 

 

For more details, see the flyer.

 

Date and Time: 5.15 pm Thursday 22 November, 2018
Venue: Australian Institute of Archaeology, Terrace Way, Macleod
(La Trobe University, Building TER 11, Melways 873-4.)
Note: University parking restrictions do not apply after 5pm
Contact: Christopher Davey 0421 595966



Social Media for Seniors 

 Learn how to use your mobile phone, Facebook or Skype with students from Ivanhoe Girls Grammar School. Participants will be matched with a student for an individual session to learn more about the technology or social media of choice. All sessions will be held at at Ivanhoe Library, 255 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe, from 2.00pm – 3.00pm on any of these dates:

  • Tuesday 4 September
  • Tuesday 9 October
  • Tuesday 23 October
  • Tuesday 20 November

Booking is essential - telephone 9497 5780 or online at www.yprl.vic.gov.au


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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.au/System/Newsletter-Subscription.


La Trobe University: Attendance at Lectures for Full Members

La Trobe University offers members of U3A Banyule the opportunity to sit in, as audit (ie listening) students, on some of the university lectures.  You cannot attend tutorials or practicals, nor do you receive assessments.  For those who need library access, the university will issue students with a library card for use at the Borchardt Library.  See under Courses, Other Learning Opportunities for more details and enrolment instructions. 

 


La Trobe University Public Lectures

Discover La Trobe University's Public Lecture series, which cover a wide range of topics.

http://www.latrobe.edu.au/events/public-lectures