Thursday 09 September,
Monthly Meeting: log on from
9.30; the meeting will begin at 10.00am: Esuantsiwa
Goldsmith: Only-ness and Belonging. Esua
discusses the themes of mixed-race identity over six
decades of history. Travel, love, family,
comradeship, politics, anti-racism, feminism and
much more are explored in her presentation, and more
can be enjoyed in her recently released memoir "The
Space between Black and White" (Jacaranda
Publishing, 2020). For details, see the What's On
page here. Zoom details: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89622464567?pwd=clNTeVhTOWdsdEVxM3hZdkZEQzVQQT09
Meeting ID: 896 2246 4567 Passcode: 321193
Thursday 16 September, Coffee Morning:
11.00am-12.30pm, in N13 6HE. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org,
if you'd like to attend.
Tuesday 21 September, IT Drop In Help Session:
from 3.00pm. Normal Zoom link details.
Monday 04 October, 2.30-4.30pm, iU3A Open Day:
Hurrah! Our ever-popular Open Day is back! A chance
to see what Groups we now have and consider joining
something new or to bring a friend who might like to
join iU3A. It will be held as usual at the Resource
Centre (next to Waitrose), 356 Holloway Road N7 6PA.
While the Summer Party offered many members the
first chance in a long time to meet many members
again, if you missed that chance then come along to
the Open Day to re-acquaint yourself. See what our
nearly 80 groups are doing and find out more about
other activities. Non-members are welcome, so do
bring any friends who might be interested to find
out more about what we do and join us.
There are leaflets publicising the Open Day in the
local libraries and in some charity shops. If there
is anywhere near you where you could put some please
email Anne Weyman at mailto:email@example.com
and she’ll send them to you.
Membership Renewal: you'll soon be getting an
email from Joy, our Membership Secretary, about
Groups and Courses