Walk­ing fes­ti­val of­fers lots in April

Matamata Chronicle - - Sport -

Twenty five amaz­ing free guided walks from Kaimai to Coro­man­del.

– visit the site of the Tui mines on Mt Te Aroha. Learn the his­tory of min­ing since the 1880s and see the work be­ing done to clean up and pro­tect the moun­tain streams from the waste prod­ucts.

– a de­light­ful walk to the beau­ti­ful world renowned New Chums Beach. Bring a pic­nic and revel in the nat­u­ral scenery of this iconic gem.

– watch the an­nual Tui dance as these magnificent birds gorge them­selves on the ripe fruit of the straw­berry tree in the Waitekauri val­ley while pass­ing through his­toric gold min­ing sites. For full de­tails of all walks and reg­is­tra­tions check out www.echowalk­fest.org.nz

Check out the web­site www.ki­wis­port­waikato.org.nz for de­tails of af­ter­school and hol­i­day pro­grammes in your town

Ki­wis­port Net­ball Hol­i­day Pro­gramme A net­ball spe­cific hol­i­day pro­gramme for all skill lev­els. Mata­mata Net­ball Cen­tre April 27-28 – Years four and five April 27-28-29 – Years six, seven and eight 9.50am-noon. Reg­is­ter by April 15 to Linda Lee theleefam­ily@ac­trix.co.nz or 888 0017.

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