Wed18Feb201514:30:00Town House, Haddington
History, myth and legend
Rosslyn Chapel, the story and the future
Lecture by Beccy Angus of the Rosslyn Chapel Trust
An open lecture, admission free, non-members welcome.
Wednesday 18th February, 2015 at 2.30 p.m. in the Town House, Haddington
Sat28Mar201510.00 - 12.00Trinity Centre, Haddington
Time for coffee ... or tea and a slice of home made cake?
Coffee morning at the Trinity Centre, Church Street, Haddington EH41 3EX
All welcome, admission free.
Wed15Apr201514:30:00Town House, Haddington
U3A in Scotland is running their AGM which is to be preceded by a Technology themed talk and workshops. The day starts at with registration at 10:30 and Lunch will be provided.
Speaker on: RITA (Responsive InTeractive Advocate)
Finding a cost-effective means of supporting an aging population to live freely and independently is a challenge. The development of Responsive InTeractive Advocate (RITA) could revolutionise how an individual’s personal, social, emotional and intellectual needs are understood and met, enabling and prolonging their ability to live as independently as possible.
There will also be other workshops on U3A websites, publicity, virtual U3A and MOOCs (Massive Open On-line Courses)
For full details see: AGM notice June 2015
For the agenda for the AGM see: AGM Agenda 2015
Wed16Sep201514:30:00Town House, Haddington
Speaker Jenny Revolta
Jenny is an art, maths, and drama teacher in a small independent school in west of Scotland. She will give a brief overview of the use of iPads in education with emphasis on how the iPad can be used in art, firstly as an art medium in itself and secondly as a tool to support more conventional artwork and traditional media.
Wed18Nov201514:30:00Town House, Haddington
Speaker: Maria Chester
Maria Chester is the U3A's National Subject Adviser for American Archaeology. She travels throughout the country presenting her 'Ancient American Civilisations' that includes the Olmec, the Maya, the Inca and all their predecessors. It is a subject that has made her passionate since she was a teenager. She has degrees in Fine Arts and Art History and a Masters on Pre-columbian civilisations. She has travelled the world and is an experienced conference-goer.
Maria was also appointed as our national Third Age Trust (TAT) representative to AIUTA - Association Internationale des Universités du Troisième Age in February 2015. She has already traveled to Alicante, Spain last June and is chairing the conference at U3A Lublin in Poland in September 2015.
She leads several groups in her local East Berwickshire U3A and loves tutoring U3A Summer Schools.
Sat28Nov201510.00 - 12.00The Trinity Centre
The best cake in town - and tea, coffee and good company ....
Meet some friendly people and exchange ideas about activities to enjoy this winter.
Make a note in your diary to meet up at the East Lothian U3A Coffee morning:
Saturday 28 November from 10.00 a.m. until midday at the Trinity Centre, Church Street Haddington EH41 3EX