From September 2020 Saturday Talks will be given as Zoom presentations - see Saturday Talks link on right hand side


This page shows our future U3A dated Events. For details of each type of Event click on the link for further details.

Saturday Talks are usually held on the second Saturday of a month, and are open to all members, we are using Zoom at present, the code is sent to all members registered to the Sature Mroning Talks Group (SMTG). Registration is only needed once to Webmaster.

Travel covers Day Trips or Short Breaks in the UK and Overseas Trips.

New Members Meetings are organised to provide information for new members, recently joined.

Dates for your Diary
Saturday Talks
Sat Feb 13th Richard Baines will give an illustrated talk on Bird Watching in East and North Yorkshire, 10.30am.

Richard has been birding in East and North Yorkshire for over 40 years. He is a qualified ecologist and runs our local nature tourism company Yorkshire Coast Nature. This talk combines his most memorable bird migration experiences; from living by the Lighthouse and finding rare birds in his garden at Flamborough through to recommendations of the best birding places and times of year to visit the best sites for birding in our area.
Sat Mar 13th Mayor Janet Looker, Under-Sheriff Dorothy Nott and upcoming Mayor Chris Culwick: How York residents help each other during pandemics. Begins at 10.30am.

This will be followed by our AGM at 11.45am.
Sat Apr 10th Jane Grenville: Revising Pevesner’s Survey of North Yorkshire’s historic architecture. Begins at 10.30am.
Sat May 8th Joanna de Groot: Has Iran has found its own identity? Begins at 10.30am.
Sat Jun 12th Jean Harrod (diplomat): Diplomacy and Crime Novels. Begins at 10.30am.
Sat Jul 10th Tony Waltham: The Geology of the Yorkshire Dales. Begins at 10.30am.