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Free family history websites

Both Ancestry and My Heritage offer free trials to their entire collection of genealogy records. Even if you don’t think you can afford a monthly subscription, it might be worth signing up for a free trial then cancelling before it ends if it’s not for you. Both companies offer a 14-day trial which can sometimes […]

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The Biggest Morning Tea …

… will be held at U3A Bentleigh on Thursday 19th Mayfrom 10.30am – 12.30pmin Room 39 A minimum donation of $7.00 will secure a plate of home-baked treats and the chance of winning a door prize. Or just donate what you can! Register your desire to attend at Reception from: Monday 9th May All money […]

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Friday Fun @ Bentleigh in May

When Friday 6 May from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Join us for another fun-filled variety show, presented via Zoom on the first Friday of each month. This month’s programme 2:00 PM – Welcome, from our hosts at U3A Bentleigh – followed by: Musical Medley – featuring Bobby Vinton, Eric Clapton, The Wallflowers, The Beatles, […]

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Tour of Lexington Gardens Retirement Village

Lexington Gardens have invited 20 members from U3A Bentleigh to tour their Retirement home on Thursday 12 May. There is no obligation on your part or ours, but we need a minimum of 20 people for the tour to take place. Click here to see the full poster with colour pictures of the village and […]

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Get vaccinated today!

Protect yourself and your community by getting a free COVID-19 vaccination at U3A Bentleigh on Wednesday 6 April – see details below.

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Friday Fun @ Bentleigh in April

Another fun-filled variety programme presented via Zoom this coming Friday 1 April from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, and on the first Friday of each month, featuring: Welcome – from our hosts @ U3A Bentleigh Musical Medley – with some great music from stage, screen & television Trivia Quiz – to stimulate the mind The […]

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Help us understand how our brain ages

How does our brain age and change the way it uses energy? We know that with age the brain experiences slower information processing, poorer memory, attention deficits, etc. The CogNeuro Lab at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health at Monash University is looking to better understand the mechanisms of brain ageing & to explore new ways […]

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