MON­DAYS

Matamata Chronicle - - What’s On -

Bad­minton: Headon Sta­dium West­ern St, 9.00am to 11.30am Bad­minton: Ju­niors age 8 -16yrs 6pm to 7pm, se­niors from 7pm. $5 per night or sea­son subs Ju­niors $40, Se­niors $7 All Saints In­door Bowl­ing Club: All Saints Church Hall, 7pm, phone Lor­raine 888 7207 Squash: Ju­niors Night. United Mata­mata Squash Club, Meura Street. 5.30pm during school term. Email club@unit­ed­mata­matasquash.co.nz. Hin­uera Play­cen­tre: 9.30am2.30pm, Hin­uera Rd, in be­tween Hin­uera School and Hin­uera Bowl­ing Club. BMX skills: 6pm, BMX track, Swap Park. Eight week pro­gramme. En­quire at Mata­mata Cy­cles. Pip­pins: Mata­mata Guide Hall, Rawhiti Ave (Mata­mata Club carpark), 4.30pm-5.30pm, during school term. Brown­ies: Mata­mata Guide Hall, Rawhiti Ave (Mata­mata Club carpark), 4.30pm-6pm. KEA’S: Scout Den, Broad­way, Mata­mata, 4pm-5pm.

Open to­day from 10am-4pm, lo­cated down the al­ley­way be­tween Re­doubt and Ware­house Sta­tionery. Mata­mata Ro­tary: 5:30pm – 7pm, Tainui Room, Mata­mata Me­mo­rial Cen­tre, Tainui St. Con­tact mm­ro­tary­sec­re­tary@gmail.com. Golf Cro­quet: In win­ter from 9.30 am, Pe­ria Rd. Taoist Tai Chi: At St Joseph’s Hall, Ho­haia St, 5.30pm-6.30pm. Mata­mata Walk­ing Group: Leaves the sports cen­tre at 9am. Mata­mata Play­cen­tre: 37 Farm­ers Rd 9.15am – 11.45am. Bridge: Mata­mata Bridge Club, Ngaio St, 7.15pm. Send de­tails for What’s On to abby.brown@fair­fax­me­dia.co.nz or drop into the of­fice at 2 Tainui St by 10am ev­ery Fri­day. Events are listed free of charge sub­ject to space avail­abil­ity. List­ings must be a max­i­mum of 40 words. De­tails should in­clude the venue, venue ad­dress, event name, date, time and tick­et­ing in­for­ma­tion.

during the school term. ICONZ Boys: For ages 8 -12yrs, 7pm – 8.30pm at the Bap­tist Church Hall, cnr of Rawhiti and Tower Roads. Mata­mata Play­cen­tre: 37 Farm­ers Rd 9.15 – 11.45am.

Try your hand at Bridge on Mon­day nights at 7.15pm. Just head along to the Mata­mata Bridge Club on Ngaio St.

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