TUES MARCH 21
Discussion: Every Tuesday there is a meeting at the School of the Golden Rosycross from 7.30pm at 258 Ariki St, Karapiro. Wide range of interesting esoteric topics, all welcome. Phone 827 8040. Ponies: Pony rides for under 5s are available at Pony Tales Riding School from 10am - 11.30am, 1715 Cambridge Rd. Dancing: The Waipa Wranglers Line Dance classes are on every Tuesday at the St Paul’s Trinity Parish Church from 12.30 - 3.30. Beginners to advanced. Phone Maria on 823 3428. Artists at work: Jennie de Groot and her mixed media collage artwork will be at the Te Awamutu Library from 1pm - 3pm. Dystrophy Association. Racing: There is greyhound and harness racing at the Cambridge Raceway from 4.30pm. Artists at work: Hilary Newton and her mosaic work will be at the Cambridge Library from 2.30pm - 4.30pm. $2. The speaker will be Roger Gordon from Cambridge i-Site who will talk about the organisation and the changing world of the information centre. Finals: The FMG Young Farmer Waikato - Bay of Plenty Regional Final is on at Castleton Park, 1346 Park Rd, Hamilton from 8am - 5pm. Farm: The Owl Farm Public Open Day was postponed until today due to bad weather. Open from 11am - 4pm. An opportunity to experience first-hand what dairy farming is all about. entertainment, and food. Unique children’s activities include crystal panning, candle-making, wooden horse jousting. Enjoy live entertainment, wholesome homebaked goodies and beautiful handcrafts for sale. The most unique school fundraiser in the Waikato is back for its 21st consecutive year. will be at the Cambridge Library with her digital artwork from 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm.