Exploring diverse belief traditions
Dancing made easy
Part of the Arts & Garden Series
Part of the Garden & Arts Festival
Part of the Garden & Arts Festival
Part of the Garden and Art Festival Series
Part of the Garden & Art Festival Series
Take home your completed, handcrafted copper canvas
Boost Your Employment Potential
Take Charge – Save $$$$
Getting started !
Richard Adams returns for 2 day spring workshop
Communication beyond language.
Hosted by Leo Murray
a legal requirement to operate a VHF radio
with Fibre Artist Caroline Burton
Calling all print artists
All ages welcome
Embark on a course that will leave you buzzing!
For women at least 14 weeks pregnant
The journey to improved wellbeing starts with good gut health
Enter a Beginner – Exit a Winner
Are you looking for practical ideas for raising funds, marketing your cause and growing great volunteer teams?
Thanks to an ongoing relationship with Bay Trust, we have another run of subsidised workshops happening throughout the Bay of Plenty. Some of the sessions are already close to full, so if you’re keen to get along, I recommend you register now to secure your space. Click on the workshop links for more information.
Do you wonder why the big organisations can secure sponsors when you can’t? Would you like to know how to put together a sponsorship package so that it provides real value to your organisation? This workshop gives you the step-by-step process for securing sponsorship and keeping it.
Rotorua: Thursday 26th July
“Amazing workshop, great delivery, and so relevant for us. New motivation has been found.” Tania, Murihiku Maori & Pasifika Cultural Trust
Cost: Usually $120 per person (Full Day) $70 (Half Day)
Bay of Plenty Organisations pay $50 / person (Full Day) $30 / person (1/2 Day)
Thanks to a subsidy from Bay Trust
A great workshop for anyone who is involved with fundraising in your organisation. It covers a range of topics including donations, sponsorship, grants, fundraising events and more. It will change the way you look at raising funds.
Tauranga: Tuesday 3rd July
Whakatane: Wednesday 25th July
“It revolutionised my approach to funding. It’s excited me about something I loathed to think about.” Rebecca Mackay, Whakatane Ki Mua
Cost: Usually $120 per person.
Bay of Plenty Organisations pay just $50 per person
Thanks to a subsidy from Bay Trust
Each of these subsidised sessions are limited to 30 people, and they fill up fast. I recommend you register early to secure your space. Love to see you there!
Exult also offers workshops on the following:
Contact them for more info on upcoming dates.
Two Projects to Take Home !
Create your own hanging shiplap sign
New members welcome
Create a bespoke cross or heart to take home
Mollies Make and Create Workshop
Hand build a ceramic piece
For film buffs wanting a break from the mainstream
Community Education – Is one of the benefits of ‘community education classes’ helping overcome loneliness and isolation?
One of the discussion points Let’s Learn’s Committee members had with MP Jan Tinetti recently, dwelt on the undervalued benefit of night classes and day courses in helping people meet others in their community, and overcoming loneliness and isolation. The courses aren’t just for you to learn a skill or hobby, but they meet a deep and meaningful need for social interaction and connection.
Loneliness appears to be a hot topic – and people getting involved in some form of Community Education could be one solution. While social media works for some, there are others who need real contact, verbal communication and interaction and to feel part of a group. Courses and classes give people the opportunity to gather with a common focus, and while undertaking that journey, they get their social needs met too.
While some people dismiss the idea and value of such courses, they are unknowingly disregarding the powerful side effects that social interaction in a safe and nurturing place can offer.
So next time you hear someone say they are lonely, or feel isolated, maybe you could suggest a local community education course, club or hobby group.. and emphasise the social interaction and contribution they could enjoy by attending.
Looking for something to be a part of? go to www.letslearn.co.nz
Considering scripture together – non-denominational
A “hands in the dirt” course
Insects & Propagation
Alternative & Holistic Health
For a healthy you and a healthy environment
Find your own unique style.
Plus knit, chat and craft nights
with the Tauranga Budget Advisory Service
Join our projects on the go…
What do you want to see ?
Do you have something to offer ?
Bringing the flavours and atmosphere of Italy to your home
with Hella Bauer @ the Incubator
Experience Chinese Culture & Language
Taking the first steps
Digital Speed Dating for Businesses
A Platform for Women
Tauranga Theatre Company
Real life skills for managing diabetes
Do you have the bells for it ?
Come alive, feel refreshed, de-clutter mentally
Make the permaculture difference
Breath and mental focus
The circus you don’t have to run away to join
First class is free
Internet, graphics & document design and much, much more …
Prepare for an Active Career
Finding joy in colour
Learn how to be a customer service superstar !
with Kate Meads
Learn effective strategies…
with Employ NZ
for Safer Boating Week and beyond
@ Robyn’s Cottage
Practical Help for Kiwi Migrants
Work with new migrants/refugees in our Community
Plus Patchwork, Overlocking and Machine Embroidery
says Sarah O’Neill
A talk by Professor John Cockrem about his work with korora, little blue penguins
New sessions start October
Hands on Cooking Classes with Chef Stephen
Free support group
‘Don’t get mad – get trapping’
Composting with Worms is a Win-Win for Everyone
Kick start with a Free hands on workshop
6 week course
Learn techniques & ways to use unseasoned wood
Drama Cinematography Workshop
Produce unique patterns with this ancient art
Grandma’s rag mats have nothing on these…
at Greerton Library
Free Drop-In Clinic
Orange City Squares Rounds
Sing for fun and health
… for expectant mothers and their partners
Share and learn about the system
A good way to improve your energy
Give a Little, Take a Little
schedule from now until December…
7 Session Course with Inklings
Be Kind to Your Self; Practise Yoga
Topic changes each week
An introductory course
FREE for NZ permanent residents
Realise Your potential – Fees free courses available
For Senior Residents
Indulge in healing art, it’s time to nourish your soul.
Free Workshop for Charity
Get to do things you’d never do in life !
and its applications…
Give Dance a Go !
New Sessions with Kim Westerkov
Create something unique
Discover how creative you can be !
Suitable for all ages.
Make that holiday more enjoyable…
Learn the procerss of flax weaving.
All Levels – No Visa Restrictions
Glass Cutting, Glass Fusing & Stained Glass
Steady as you go (SAYGO) programme
Guest speakers on topics of interest
Know It Before You Need It
with Tauranga Senior Net
with Tauranga SeniorNet
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