Our Wednesday meetings generally take place at Nairn Community Centre. Meetings are held fortnightly from September to May, and usually involve a guest speaker. The talk lasts about an hour, and we enjoy tea and biscuits and a wee blether afterwards. We also have a library of donated second-hand books - borrow any you like the look of, and either return it when finished or replace it with a different book.
The meeting starts promptly at 2pm, so please arrive a little earlier to get settled. There's a charge of £2 towards room hire for U3A members (£3 for non-members).
|Dates for your Diary|
|Wed Mar 21st||Flora, Fauna and History in the Culbin Forest|
By Alan Campbell, Environmental Ranger, Forestry Commission Scotland
|Wed Apr 4th||Day Trip to St Kilda, with historical context|
A talk by members Bridget Kilpatrick and Norman Newton.
|Wed Apr 18th||Highland Gamekeepers: conservation and controversy|
By Kenneth Stephen, PR and Communications Officer, Scottish Gamekeepers' Association, Perth
|Wed May 2nd|
NEW DATE! Prisons in the 21st century
A talk by Linda Dorward, (Acting) Governor of HMP Porterfield, Inverness
[NOTE: Norman Newton's talk originally scheduled for this date has changed to 15 November 2017]
|Wed May 16th||Annual General Meeting and a short quiz|
All members are welcome to attend to hear reports from the Convenor and Treasurer, and to elect the committee for the coming year.
|Wed May 30th||Annual outing (venue to be decided)|
Members will be sent details of the planned destinations and arrangements. Places must be booked in advance. Members are welcome to bring along a non-member guest.