Monthly Meetings and other Events

Please note that due to the continuing spread of the Covid-19 virus, monthly meetings may be either in-person or via Zoom. Confirmation of the format for each meeting will be added to this page.

Beginning in September, we will again hold most monthly meetings on the first Thursday of each month at 1.30pm. When making decisions about whether these will be in-person meetings in the BB Hall or via Zoom, we will be abiding by any restrictions the Scottish government may require and by the guidance set out by the Third Age Trust.

Information about the format of each meeting will be added to this web page and will also be sent to all members by email or by post. The link for any meetings to be held via Zoom will be sent to all members with an email address.

2 September – Gavin Bell, “St Nicholas and Other Saints”

7 October – Alastair Brodie, “The Cattle Drovers of Scotland”

4 November – Krzys Adamczyk, Aberdeen University, "The Story of the Aberdeen Children of the 1950s"

2 December – tbc [In the BB Hall - booking required]

13 January [NB the second Thursday] - tbc

Aberdeen U3A Monthly Meetings


Boys Brigade Hall in Crimon Place, Aberdeen

On the first Thursday of each month (except July and August or when the date has to change) we meet at 1.30pm in Aberdeen. We have a visiting speaker each month. It is aimed at bringing members together, publicising the activities of the groups and the many other social events and giving members a sense of fellowship in the U3A. You are welcome to attend a meeting as a visitor to meet members and group leaders, and to get a feel of what the U3A has to offer.

At the start of the meeting our Chairman gives us any news and intimations involving our local group or the U3A in general. Our invited speaker then presents the talk, often illustrated, and takes questions from our group. Normally we then have a chance to meet friends, or make new ones, over a cup of tea or coffee, but the serving of refreshments in currently suspended.

We enjoy several social occasions such as an annual New Year lunch, various trips and lots of great company.

You can read the announcements made at recent meetings by clicking on Announcements.

Each year we try to engage speakers whose subjects we hope will interest our members. Over the last years we have included items of local interest, both historically and geographically, along with topics covering the arts. We are always happy to have suggestions from members, so do let us know of any requests!