Moorabbin Air Museum & DFO

22DAY007 Wed 12/10/2022 One Day  09:00- 16:00

The Moorabbin Air Museum is situated at Moorabbin Airport in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne and has one of the most significant collections of aircraft and engines in Australia and provides public access to several the aircraft on display, allowing our visitors to interact with the aircraft and to experience life as a early Aviator or Military Pilot.
** BYO entry ticket on the day. **

Founded in 1962 and run by a dedicated group of volunteers and members, the Museum has expanded its collection of not just aircraft and engines, but models, uniforms and many other items associated with Australia's aviation history.

The collection has some exceedingly rare and unique examples of Australian made aircraft including the oldest surviving Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) aircraft - Wirraway A20-10; a Victa Air Tourer and a DAP Mk21 Beaufighter, one of only two Australian made variants left in the country and the only Beaufighter left in the world capable of ground running an engine.
The Museum also owns the oldest surviving Beaufort Bomber which is now part of a massive restoration process. This visit will be unique from other museums, as you can touch, feel, and enter many of the displays.

Following the museum tour, we will drive to the nearby DFO shops which have cafes for lunch, or BYO. There will also be time to have a look around the shops if you wish. Approx time away is 9 am to 4 pm.

Regarding transport, we can book a minibus with a driver. The cost will depend on the bus capacity, and the total cost, including tour ticket, should be approx. in the range of $30-$40 per person. Register interest by Fri Sep 23 by enrolling in the course on the U3A website, or phone or call into the office during opening days and times.

An additional person can attend if numbers permit. In this case, please contact Rita Collins with details and your invoice will be adjusted

 

Bali For Sedate Seniors

22DAY008 Fri 21/10/2022 One Day  13:30- 15:30

Bali is well known for its youth appeal, surfing and Kuta for its noisy nightlife. Yet many senior Australians are addicted to Bali and even retire there. There are many safe places where sedate seniors can have a wonderful holiday in moderate luxury at a ridiculously cheap price. Great hotels, Western and Asian food, and wonderful hospitality staff.

Bali is also known for its unique Hindu culture, many ceremonies with exquisitely dressed people and decorations and its world heritage views of terraced rice paddies, waterfalls, and quiet beaches.

This course offers some advice, tips on Bali for people with mobility restrictions and great cultural and scenic photos to enjoy even if you never intend to travel to Bali. Bali veterans could add to our tips and advice as Bali has many faces and places to stay.
Tutors: Martie Lowenstein Nash and David Nash
Email: singingisfun3105@gmail.com

Self-Esteem - What is it?

22DAY009 Mon 10/10/2022 One Day  13:30- 15:30

What is Self Esteem?
What are the barriers?
How to boost it (verbal & written exercises)
Tutor Alice Opper

Please bring Pen & Paper and cup for Morning Tea

Understanding Retirement Village Agreements

22DAY011 Tue 18/10/2022 One Day  11:30- 12:30

Presented by Kristy Muhlhan

Burke & Associates Lawyers.

If you’re thinking of moving into a Retirement Village or already living in a Retirement Village this comprehensive session will be invaluable.

Legal Overview of Village Contracts | Disclosure   Statements | Information Sheets

Types of Ownership Structures

Fees: Entry Fees | During Residency Fees | Exit Fees

Rules and Regulations

Aged Care Rule

Termination Clauses 

Q & A session will be held at the completion.

Members are welcome to bring a friend.

Looking After Your Hearing

22DAY010 Tue 11/10/2022 One Day  14:00- 15:30

Preventive Care - Looking after your Hearing

Presented by Hearing Australia a government funded service celebrates its 75th birthday this year having begun in 1947 to provide services to Veterans who returned with hearing loss post WWII) -importance of good hearing health -how we hear -some interesting facts and figures (e.g., Prevalence of hearing loss against other medical conditions) -hearing aid basics -tips for communication with someone who is hard of hearing

You can have a free hearing screening which only takes 5 minutes. You can contact Jo Raulin Community Hearing Advisor
for any follow-up information
Phone: 0459 911 552 or via email jo.raulin@hearing.com.au

Members are welcome to bring a friend - please email courses@u3asouthpen.org.au if you wish to do so.