WED SEPT 27
Wild gardening: Come along to this informational talk and find out what to plant to attract native birds and bees to your garden. A perfect evening for gardeners, bird watchers, bee enthusiasts and nature lovers in general. Chris Smuts-Kennedy is now retired but has worked as an ecologist for Waikato DOC and the Maungatautari project, and also as a commercial beekeeper. Held at the Cambridge Library from 6.30pm - 7.30pm and is free to attend. Health: Doctors and fitness professionals have teamed up with the Good Union to present a program aimed to help people get healthy. On the night people will be shown how to make kombucha and fermented foods to improve gut health, and much more. Tickets are $50 with $20 of each ticket going to KidsCan. Tickets available from Good Union. Ukelele: The Riverside Ukes meet every Wednesday 7-9pm at The Cambridge Raceway Taylor St in the Board Room at the Eastern end of the Grandstand. Phone Jan and Rob on 823 1133 or 027 657 1565. Shakers and Movers: Parkinson’’s exercise class held every Wednesday from 10am at The Studio Community Health and Fitness. Held in the old Leamington Bowling Club building, 12 Scott Street, Cambridge. Cost - donation. Housie: It is on every Wednesday from 1pm - 3.30pm at the Senior Citizens Hall Phone Elsie on 827 4467. Dancing: Scottish Country Dancing is on every Wednesday at St Andrew’s Church Hall from 7.30pm. Enquiries to Merilyn on 827 6142.