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Events in July 2024

  • 11 July, 2024 - Hardy Perennials - A Morning in a Friends Garden


    11 July, 2024

    Hosted by various members

    A social gardening group that meets on the second Thursday of each month. Bring a portable chair, a mug and a plate of food to share for morning tea. Things to share: plants, seeds, green or brown fingers, gardening problems.  Please enrol if you would like to join this group (once enrolled, you will be advised of where the group is meeting each month)

    Glyn Davies Room (Room 22)
    42 Mabel Street
    Room 22
    Atherton, Qld 4883
    Australia
  • 17 July, 2024 - A Zoom seminar - Technology available to support independent living. How do I make my home a Smart Home.


    17 July, 2024

    There are a bewildering number of smart devices available that can do just about anything in your home - yes, even the cooking and cleaning! Besides the well known actions such as turning the lights, radio, TV, air conditioning/heater on or off on a schedule or by voice command, you can also do the same with a vacuum cleaner, coffee machine, blinds, doors, security cameras, even a lawn mower! You can buy a fridge that can show you a video on how to cook what's inside and even do the shopping for you!!! Then there are smart air fryers and even a smart Webber barbecue! The list is endless.

    This seminar by U3A Victoria will explain what is available to support independent living by making life easier, and how to put it all together.

    Glyn Davies Room (Room 22)
    42 Mabel Street
    Room 22
    Atherton, Qld 4883
    Australia
  • 19 July, 2024 - Talk - Tony Whybird - "Education, Then and Now"