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60 By the Dart • New Year, New You


Education Dartmouth & Kingswear Society Free talks and social events, campaigns on local issues. A series of talks is arranged through the winter months, covering topics of local interest. The meetings are held generally on Tuesday evenings (7.15 – 9pm). Open to members and the public (no charge). See www. dandksociety.org.uk for more details


U3A


U3A (Dart Valley, University of the Third Age) 2nd Thursday every month. 10am with guest speaker. Part of the national U3A organisation for the retired or semi-retired offering fun, friendship, expanded horizons & life changing opportunities! Annual membership £10. Contact May O΄Keeffe on 01803 839237 or email: mayokeefe@btinternet.com 9 March:The Story behind English Surnames (Joslin Fiennes). 13 April: OPEN DAY 10am -12noon. An opportunity to meet with


Dartmouth Library Classes suitable for adults unless stated otherwise.


Stitchery Every other Wednesday (2 - 4pm). A new local sewing event. Bring your own handicraft projects (sewing, crochet, knitting etc) and share tips and inspiration. Everyone welcome. Contact the library for more information 01803 832502.


opportunities and online application forms, plus computer access to search for vacancies. Free drop-in sessions.


Mystery Book Club One Wednesday each month at the home of one of the members (2 - 3pm). A Book Club run by its members, (no Library staff involved,) choosing two titles with a ‘mystery’ theme per month. Contact Dart- mouth Library if you’d like to join, or Lisa on 01803 835683


Dartmouth Library Book Club 3rd Thursday every month. (4.30 - 6pm). A chance to try new authors and broaden your reading expe- rience. Two books discussed each month. Free. Contact the library


Job Searches Work Club Every Friday (10am - 12noon). Get help and advice on CV writing, interview techniques, volunteering


V.I.P. Club 1st Thursday every month (2 - 4pm). The Visually Impaired Book Club offers an opportunity to discuss books (supplied as audiobook or large print book) in an informal and


supportive atmosphere. Organised in partnership with Dartmouth Caring, refreshments are supplied and trans- port may be available. Free. Please contact the library for more informa- tion 01803 832502.


Dartmouth Evening Reading Group 1st Thursday every month (5 - 6pm). One title read per month, meeting in the Library to discuss. Books range from contemporary fiction but with occasional forays into translated work, non-fiction, poetry or biogra- phy. Free. Please contact staff if you are interested in joining.


Top of Town Book Club 1st Saturday every month (5 - 6pm). An informal Book Club, meeting over a cup of tea at Sainsbury’s Cafe, Dartmouth, to discuss one book per month. Free. Booking not needed.


Tel: 01803 832502


representatives from the numerous Special Interest groups, who will demonstrate, discuss and display aspects of their group’s activities. All are welcome. 11 May: My Family in China 1856- 2015. As the 4th generation of his family to be born in China Peter Brinsden describes the China of the past to the present day.


U3A French 2nd and 4th Wednesday every month. A conversation group for speakers of all levels. Contact Eileen Croft on 01803 834663 for further information. Cost £2.50 per session including refreshments.


U3A Classical History Group 1st


and 3rd Thursday every month. The


U3A Classical History group meet in the Main Hall to study matters Greek and Roman. No prior knowedge needed just a curiosity about the Ancient World.


U3A Italian Thursday (2.30– 4pm).


Contact Norman Cork on 01803 834095 for more information.


U3A Bridge Tuesday (9.30am – 1pm). Contact Norman Cork on 01803 834095 for more information.


Games


Dart Bridge Club Tuesday (1.30– 5.30pm). Thursday (6.30 – 10.30pm). Thursday (4.30 - 6pm) - beginners class. Contact Bill Luscombe: billlus- combe@aol.com


Further details on The Flavel website - www.theflavel.org.uk or call 01803 839530


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