Annual Theme 17-18

The annual theme is open to all Farnham U3A members. The subject area for 2017-18 is Latin America and the Caribbean. The meetings are normally held monthly on Friday mornings. For a few of the meetings and for any trips, you need to buy a ticket in advance but most meetings are free and you can just turn up, space permitting.  Many groups also offer Open Meetings related to the Theme to which all are invited, space permitting, and these are advertised in the regular email newsletter, U3A Update.

 Study Meeting Programme 2017-8

Friday 22nd September 10-1300
Observations Under the Southern Cross – Laurence Anslow
Pirates and Piracy – Richard Thomas

Friday  13th October 10-1300
Pre Inca Civilisations – Pam Taylor
Travels in Costa Rica Sue Shaw and Dave Allen

Thurs 9th November  1400-1600
Wines Of Latin America – Tony Burke *

Fri 10th November 10-1300
Francis Drake and the Lure of Gold – Michael A’Bear
Welsh Patagonia –  Dr Hywel Griffiths and Alaw Griffiths

Friday 8th December 1400-1600 Seasonal Event*
An afternoon of jazz, seasonal readings, handbell ringing and singing with Grandpas Spell JB, The Rowledge Ringers and Readings lead by Rosemary Wisbey

Friday 12th January  10-1300
The Story of the Spanish Empire Dr Richard Thomas
Jorge Luis Borges – Tony Ashwell

Friday 9th February 10-1300
The Natural History of Guyana – Martin Angel
Cuba under the Castros – Pam and Adrian Martin

Friday 16th March 10-1300
The Life and Times of Simon Boliver – Peter Duffy
Manaus and Fordlandia – The Rise and fall of the Brazilian Rubber cities – Joanne Watson

Friday  20th  April 10-1300

An Argentinian Pope -So What – Bernard Whelan

Chocolate – The food of the Gods -Russell Bowes

An * indicates the meeting is ticketed in advance, £5 for the Friday Meetings including tea / coffee and light refreshments and £10 for the Open Wine Tasting which includes wine.

Tickets for paid meetings are available from Ann Vickers at Meetings or by phone  01252 713956

In addition many classes will hold “Open Meetings” related to the current theme to which non-members may attend.

Issued by: Malcolm Ellis, on 7th April, 2017