NEW GROUP: Creative Storytelling
How it works, how it can be used, how to facilitate it. First Thursday of the month 1.30-3.30. If you are interested in joining please ring me on 027 428 7016 or email me at email@example.com. An introductory session will be held on 7th October on the mezzanine floor in the City Library. Marja Steur
Writing Your Family History
Would you like to write your family history? For more information on this proposed new group, please contact Nick Watson by phone 027 398 8861 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in words? Do you enjoy them? Then you will find this new group stimulating. For more information, please contact Mourne Pearson on 027 492 2262 (phone or text).
ZOOM – video and audio conferencing, chat and webinars
Michael Lawrence is happy to help members one-on-one if they need help setting up or using Zoom. Please contact him by email preferably on email@example.com or ring 323 2456.
Recording & Broadcast Group
Now has a weekly programme on Manawatu People’s Radio. It is called “Manawatu Conversations” and focuses primarily on oral history. It is broadcast on Tuesdays at 3pm and Saturdays at 1pm on 999AM. You can also hear the station here, or follow the link on the station’s web page: http://www.mpr.nz/. Past episodes are available as podcasts here. Queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Discontinuation of cheques
Are you having trouble knowing how to pay bills, etc. now that banks are no longer accepting cheques? Talk to your bank or find help here: www.mdnz.org.nz/viewpoint. See Issue 19 June 2021.
City Archives Time Capsule
U3A Manawatu the first 20 years
This book, a history of U3A Manawatu researched and written by Carol Phillips, is available now for $10 a copy plus $4.50 pp. You can download further information and guidelines on how to purchase a copy here.