Lectures from experts and other interesting people
Monthly lectures from subject experts and other interesting people on the second Friday of each month (except January). Three additional lectures during the year in conjunction with the Cambridge Historical Society/Friends of the Museum on the fourth Friday of May, August and October.
Special Interest Groups - shared learning with other like-minded people
Small groups that meet in peoples homes or other locations, and research and discuss topics. These might include walking groups, Philosophy, Art History, Technology - any number of topics
Membership only $30 a year
To give you access to the lectures and special interest groups.
Volunteers will be needed from the membership to convene special interest groups and for each meeting.
Comments and Articles
A Nuclear New Zealand -
Ethical Investing on the rise - March 2023
Earthrounders pay flying visit - February 2023
Facing a global challenge - October 2022
Refugees angst laid bare - August 2022
'Third Age'Uni popular - June 2022
International Banker Talks - July 2022
Comments from U3A Cambridge members
"U3A Cambridge has filled in something in my life that I didn't realise I was missing."
"I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy the lecture meetings, but after listening to Peter Nicholl at the first meeting, I am now convinced"
Lecture meetings will be held on the second Friday of the month (no meeting in January) from 10.30 - 12.00. Arrive earlier or stay later and enjoy the cafe at the Woolshed
Te Awa Lifecare
1866 Cambridge Road