Interested in learning Spanish and line-dancing?
The Manning Valley University of the Third Age (U3A) offers courses in a wide range of subjects for people 50 years and over, retired or semi retired.
Enrolments for fourth term will be taken from 9.30am on Monday, October 14 at the Uniting Church in Albert Street, Taree.
The U3A runs courses all year around for those looking for an opportunity to learn from others. Courses and activities include art, ballroom dancing and line dancing, singing, reading, walking and exercise, discussion and philosophy, Spanish, craft, card and board games and ukelele group.
Most courses run for eight to nine weeks for an hour or two and incur a small fee to cover costs. Membership is $10 annually.
Manning Valley U3A celebrated its 20th anniversary in June this year.
Manning Valley U3A choir, The Silver Tones, are holding their annual charity concerts at Forster and Taree, this year to assist the Manning Uniting Church's welfare programs.
The Forster concert is at St Alban's Anglican Church on Sunday, October 20, and the Taree concert is at St John's Anglican Church on Sunday, October 27. Both commence 2pm and run until 4.30pm with a break for afternoon tea.