Autumn Leaves

The 2021 edition of Autumn Leaves is now available. Autumn Leaves is a collection of writings, drawings and colourful imaginings by members of U3A Yarra Ranges.

Copies may be purchased for $10 by contacting Sue Goss via email at or by phone on 03 9726 4353.

Due to the current covid restrictions copies can only be purchased by cash. They may be collected from Sue, or delivered, following the covid social distancing measures.

For a preview of Autumn Leaves click here.

U3A Yarra Ranges Notice of Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of U3A Yarra Ranges Inc. to be held on Friday 29th October at 10.00am.

Due to the current Covid restrictions this meeting will be held via Zoom. A link to register for the meeting will be sent to Members at a later date.

Thunderstorm Asthma Campaign

The Victorian Department of Health will be running a Thunderstorm Asthma Public Health Campaign during the grass pollen season from 1 October to 31 December.

The combination of asthma, pollen, and thunderstorms can have serious health implications.

To find out more about the campaign, and how you to prepare for the pollen season, visit the campaign home page here.

For a brief overview about Thunderstorm Asthma click here.

Corona Virus Update

Melbourne’s lockdown has again been further extended until 11:59pm Thursday 23 September.

Well here I am again and I’m sorry it is not with better news.

The current restrictions will remain until 70% of Victorians had had at least 1 dose of vaccine. This is estimated to be around 23rd September.

Until then there will still be only the five reasons to leave home, which we are all very familiar with by now. However from 11.59pm 2nd September, playgrounds will be opened for children under 12 with only 1 parent or guardian in attendance.Good news if you are looking after grand children.

When 70% of Victorians have had at least 1 dose of vaccine the restrictions will be reviewed.

So until then, reach out to someone if needed, follow the rules, get vaccinated if you can and stay safe.

Ann Brickell, President

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