One-on-one basic computer lessons with Kanita. Learn how to browse the internet, save and transfer photos, use your new iPad or tablet. By appointment only.
All regions - Learning Activities
The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania hosts a range of activities for members of the Club and community, including a weekly Trivia Night. Trivia includes all types of subjects, including local content, video and audio. All welcome, with the bistro open for meals (5.30 to 9pm) and plenty of parking.
Live Well, Live Long is a 12-week program of activities and information, and an opportunity to meet new people, learn new things and enjoy a free lunch. The current program runs from 20 August to 5 November.
Starting Point Neighbourhood House (Ravenswood) offers one-on-one support for people seeking assistance from filling out forms, helping with learning to read and write or getting your head around numbers. The House also provides help with basic computing needs.
Members of Kingborough U3A enjoy sharing experiences and expertise, and learning from each other. There are no age restrictions, prerequisites or assessments. Sessions may be formal classes, collaborative sessions, hands-on workshops, field excursions or activities.
Cygnet U3A is a small, friendly group that encourages learning and acquisition of new skills and experiences in an informal and friendly atmosphere. Programs include music, movies, science, literature, history, art, gardening, book club and a men's forum.