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Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


Dates to Remember

Semester 1: 22nd January.- 29th June 2018

Semester 2: 16th July 14th -
December 2018


Public Holidays - No Classes

25 April Wednesday Anzac Day
7 May Monday Labour Day
1 October Monday Queen's Birthday


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Reading Shakespeare

READING SHAKESPEARE IS FUN

ReadingShakespeare

AND ITS GOOD FOR YOU

It has recently been reported that Professor Philip Davis of the University of Liverpool, working with the University’s magnetic resonance centre, found that reading Shakespeare acted like a “rocket-booster” to the brain.

                                                                                                                 (Mail Online, 14th January 2014)

Why not take advantage of this scientific breakthrough and rediscover some of the best English ever written?

We are a small group at Noosa U3A and we have a great fun doing just that every Wednesday morning. We even watch the plays on Video as well!

Like to find out more, or even give it a trial run?

Contact Noosa U3a on 5440 5500 for details.

Alternatively, ring the Reading Shakespeare Group co-ordinator, Robin Mouat on 5442 4172

“Nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so”

                                                                                      Hamlet, Act2, sc2