Why should you care ?
Gain Confidence – Brush Up Your Skills
Come listen to bird songs !
with the Tauranga Budget Advisory Service
Bringing the flavours and atmosphere of Italy to your home
with Kate Meads
in Te Puke
Monday Nights in Te Puke
A Holistic Approach to Your Wealth & Wellbeing
We teach Taoist Tai Chi™ arts: a moving meditation – build your strength, flexibility and stillness.
Extraordinary Results – Genius !
Free legal help
Theatre club nights and shows
4 clubs in our area to choose from…
Composting kit included.
Learn what flowers can tell you about yourself and others…
Follow us on our beehive inspections
Join Tess for an afternoon of learning how to save your own seeds. This will be a hands on workshop where you will learn how to harvest, process and preserve seeds from your garden for planting next year.
Seed saving is a fantastic resiliency skill which encourages the growing of heirloom & open-pollinated seeds to increase the genetic diversity of plants available to us all and of course of our future generations.
We will cover some basic theory behind seed saving, as well as different methods and storage. And of course there will be some seed to take home with you.
When: Saturday 10 October 2020 1-4pm
Where: Workshop held at the home of Crafty Gatherer in the Papamoa Hills, Bay of Plenty.
The club meets on the 3rd Sunday of the month.
Singers are from the wider Bay of Plenty with invited guests from further afield at times.
Listeners and singers all welcome.
Where: Te Puke Citizens RSA Club
Time: 1pm – 4pm
Cost: $3 members, $4 non-members
Phone: Gayle 07 573 8255
We organise a monthly dance (on the 3rd Saturday) as a part of the Te Puke community social network that encourages people to be involved in dancing of all kinds in the Western Bay of Plenty. Come along and meet the friendly people who live in our town.
The dance is at the War Memorial Hall. Live music, air-conditioned hall, lovely supper, great company. $7 entry
Contact: Valerie 573 7093
Don’t forget: You can also Learn to Dance with the club on Monday Nights !
Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm at the Te Puke RSA/Citizens Club, Jellicoe Street, Te Puke
Tai Chi Internal Arts has been operating for two years at Te Puke and Tauranga with Beginner and Regular classes. Post Covid19 we are restarting with an emphasis on looking after ourselves. What this means is as well as the Tai Chi training, we will encourage the students to apply the principles of Tai Chi to everyday life and incorporate mindfulness, balance and the ability to deal with change. We seem to be in a time of rapid change which can create enormous personal stress.
Tai Chi Internal Arts is affiliated to Sport BOP so we offer training to all comers and in particular the Keep on your Feet Program which encourages the senior students to stay active. Tai Chi is valuable because as well as keeping the body fit, it also requires a fair bit of mental activity all the while staying very low impact.
Te Puke Classes: Te Puke Memorial Hall Cost $5
Tuesdays 9.30 am – 11.30am
This is a beginner class and open to all.
Wednesdays 5.30pm – 7.00pm
Tauranga Class: St Georges Church Hall, Gate Pa Cost $5
Wednesdays 9.30 am – 11.30am.
Wear comfortable clothing and soft shoes or bare feet.
For more information contact David
Mobile: 027 222 2824
Are you already a bridge player ? Would you like to learn ?
Come along and meet us.
Club days are held three days per week and include singles, paired and team events over the course of the February to November year.
Monday afternoons 1pm- 4pm
Tuesday evenings 7pm -10pm
Friday afternoons 1pm-4pm followed by light refreshments.
Bridge Lessons will be starting on July 1st (12 sessions)
For further details, please visit our website or email email@example.com .
Club officers in 2020 are:
President: June Day
Secretary: Bev Nairn
Treasurer: Margaret McDonald
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