WED SEPT 27

Cambridge Edition - - WHAT’S ON -

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.

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