Dulwich & District

Future Events

In addition to the Interest Groups we organise a monthly meeting as an opportunity for members to meet each other, swop experiences and new ideas for groups, ask questions and listen to a visiting speaker. For these we hire a large local venue.We are currently trying out a variety of venues in the area and are keeping in mind ease of access.
non-members are welcome to attend these meetings.
Dulwich U3A Open Meetings Talks are from 2:00pm till 4:00pm unless otherwise stated

Suggestions for a theme or speaker at our monthly meeting are welcome -please contact the secretary on contact page

NOTE- All the events in the meetings section below are Dulwich & District events. All other events are Regional or National U3A membership is required for these

We are setting up a REALLY USEFUL GROUP which will probably work in the same way as our tea volunteers who do a grand job with our refreshments.
We would welcome volunteers to help us, for example in setting up monthly meetings when the committee often needs some extra help in a number of ways.
Help is also needed in producing and circulating publicity materials and computer and
technology matters.
If you would like to get more closely involved with our U3A please contact the Secretary at
Secretary@dulwich-u3a.uk


Dates for your Diary
Meetings
Wed Mar 13th 'Is it all in the Mind?'
Psychiatrist Alastair MacDonald and psychotherapist Patricia MacDonald will explore the mysteries of the human mind.
2- 4 pm, Herne Hill Baptist Church, Half Moon Lane, London SE24 9HU
Wed Apr 24th 'From the Black Country to Red China'
An Inspirational life story from Esther Cheo Ying/ Samson
2- 4 pm,Herne Hill Baptist Church, Half Moon Lane, London SE24 9HU
Mon May 20th Dulwich & District AGM
There will be speaker after the business part of the AGM
Study Days
Mon Mar 11th U3A Explores Science at the RI
A range of talks from leading scientists in their Fields at the Royal Institution.
Held in the historic lecture theatre where Faraday started his Christmas lectures in 1825
For full details and booking click ROYAL
Thu Mar 21st Satire to Sublime: British Art from Hogarth to Turner at the National Gallery
Find out how eighteenth and early nineteenth-century painters grappled with the rapid changes of life in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Britain.
for full details and booking click NATIONAL
Tue Apr 23rd
→Thu Apr 25th
EASTER CONFERENCE, U3A In North London
at Hampstead Old own Hall NW3 4QP the theme is 'Upsetting the Apple Cart' learn about a wide range of people and events that have change the world we live in. For programme click EASTER booking form EASTERBOOK
Fri Apr 26th An Afternoon at Historic Southwark Cathedral
Enjoy an afternoon exploring the history of Southwark Cathedral, a talk from a Southwark Cathedral historian and a tour explore the close ties with Shakespeare’s theatrical world.
for full details and booking click CATHEDRAL
Tue Jul 23rd
→Thu Jul 25th
London Region of U3As Summer School
St Brides, fleet St,London EC4Y 8EQ
The programme will be drawn from a broad range of subjects including Art Current Affairs, History,
Literature, Music, Philosophy and Science and Travel. This year we have selected ‘Celebration of the Sea’ as a general theme. choice of 27 different talks, 5 workshops, and 6 guided walks around the City of London. For full programme click SUMMER2019 for online application LSS2019 to download postal application form click POSTALAPP (you may need to right click and 'save as')
Other Events
Tue Mar 5th What's the use of the house of Lords?
2-3:30 pm St Barnabas Church Community Suite, 40 Calton Avenue, SE21 7DG
David Beamish will repeat the talk he gave at our January Open Meeting.
This event is hosted my the Dulwich Society