U3A Redlands District is celebrating 25 years of providing academic, recreational, and physical activities for seniors with a display at the Redland Museum from June 7 to July 31.
With currently more than 2000 members, 90 classes per week and more than 70 volunteer tutors donating their time to the lifelong learning endeavours to members, the display is extensive.
U3A Redlands is also hosting a number of dynamic displays at the museum in July, where visitors can view some classes in action.
On July 13, there will be theatre (10.30am), Scottish country dancing (11am), singing in the chapel (11.30am), a French class (noon) and singing for fun (12.30pm).
On Monday, July 17, there will be ukuleles (10.30am), jewellery making (11am), drawing and water colour (11.30am), singing (noon) and piano duets (12.30pm).
General admission to the museum at Smith Street, Cleveland applies. More at u3aredlands.com.au.