U3A in Action This gallery page will be updated from time to time. Ukulele playing is one of the most popular sessions at U3AW. There is always keen interest in the Semester launch days. U3A Wynyard had an official Mental Health Week session comprising a ukulele concert for members and guests. U3A Wynyard had an official Mental Health Week session comprising a ukulele concert for members and guests. Frank Croucher strums a tune on his ukulele at the Mental Health Week concert. U3AW secretary Jo Crothers, right, introducing Ruth Forest, MLC, who gave a talk on Tasmanian Parliamentary processes and projects. Sessions with specific topics to explore are often triggers for small discussions at morning or afternoon tea time. Danny Crothers takes a look at words, including the origins and meanings of some of the more obscure ones raised by members. U3A Wynyard farewells foundation and committee member Alwyn Friedersdorff in 2020. Alwyn Friedersdorff, right rear, was the tutor of a popular German language course. Tutors give a brief outline of their sessions at the launch of each semester. Presenter Anton Kole illustrates the effects of climate change with a simple experiment. Guest presenter Anton Kole is thanked by U3A Wynyard committeeman Mervyn Mitchell for his presentation of some climate change fundamentals. Former councillor Alwyn Friedersdorff, member John Looker and president Rees Campbell show the cheque that paid for U3A Wynyard’s audio system. The ever-popular ukulele players perform a recital at an end-of-year celebration.