The Bathurst branch of the U3A [University of the Third Age] hosted a morning tea at the CWA hall on Wednesday, July 3 to thank the facilitators of the group's activities.
For nearly 30 years, the Bathurst U3A has been a means for senior citizens to get actively engaged with the community and learn some new skills.
The Bathurst U3A is designed to allow persons over 50 to learn new languages, participate in recreational activities and foster shared appreciations for art, music and linguistics.
The group offers a bumper roster of more than 50 activities, and are always on the lookout for new course ideas and members.
For more on the Bathurst U3A, visit bathurst.u3anet.org.au.