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Extra Event - August 21st - There is no monthly meeting in August but in its place there will be a showing of the film 'The Secret Life of Bees' - based on the book by Sue Monk Kidd.  2pm in the Methodist Centre Main Hall.
Due to license restrictions this is a MEMBERS ONLY event

New Short Course - Supporting Brain Health -The course will cover the main aspects of nutrition, physical activity, cognitively engaging activities, social engagement and sleep, that support brain health. The course consists of four one hour weekly seminars with time for questions and discussion; Thursday mornings 11-12, October 11th, 18th, 25th, and 1st November. Seminars will be held in Room 1 of the Methodist Centre, and there will be a small charge to cover expenses (£1.30 per session). Please email Lindsay Evett  at  Lindsay.evett@outlook.com if you wish to attend.
 
 

Monthly Meetings for 2018- 
held in the New Methodist Centre at 2pm on the third Wednesday of the month
The full 2018 Speaker Programme can be printed from the file at the bottom of this page

- 18th July 2018 - 'Medical Detection Dogs' - Wendy Coley will talk on the work and research using dogs as a second line of detection for hard to diagnose medical conditions.

-  AUGUST  2018 - 'The Secret Life of Bees'  film showing instead of monthly meeting

- 19th September 2018 - ' Stained Glass- Aviation Commemorations'  - Howard Heeley tells us how stained glass has been used to commemorate aviation in the UK

-17th October 2018 - AGM - with reports from some of the Interest Groups 

- 21st November 2018 - 'Rags To Riches - The Wardrobe Mistress's Tale - an informative talk by Judy Colby with displays of costumes and accessories.

-19th December 2018 - 'Well Versed' - a 5 piece ensemble plus pianist who take a 'Light Bite' at life with a Christmas themed performance

Bingham U3A's 20th Anniversary
Bingham U3A would like to celebrate its 20th Anniversary in 2020 with a bit of a do. I know this seems a long way off but we request your suggestions  of how to make this an event that everyone will like and which will be appropriate for the occasion.
Following the results form the questionnaires sent out earlier this year we are arranging a special speaker for the meeting in September 2020 together with various other activities - such as a boat trip and quiz afternoon with tea.
Please contact Val Scott on 01949 837376 with your ideas or post your suggestions in the Box at the Monthly Meeting
Also contact Val if you would like to help with this event.


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Bingham University,
11 Jan 2018, 05:17
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