Rotorua Weekender : 2020-07-03

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Club Listings

17 Jul 3, 2020 Rotorua Weekender | dailypost.co.nz CLUB LISTINGS Friday 347 8074 or (027) 2528 365. As our club listings are a free service, whether they run or not is entirely dependent on space. In order to be fair to the hundreds of clubs that have listings, we run them on a rotating basis. Should you wish to advertise on a weekly basis, you can book a classified ad by phoning (07) 348 6199. The Bluff Sports and Recreation Club: Eastern Suburbs Playgroup: Club rooms are open every Friday from 5pm until late at 12 Waikaukau Rd. Contact Bob (027) 292 8988 or Margie (021) 744 648. New families welcome to visit us without obligation (first visit is free). Spaces available on Tuesday and Thursday, sessions 8.45am to 11.30am. Contact centre manager at Eastern Suburbs Pre-school (07) 345 5988 or www. easternsub­urbspresch­ool.co. nz or find us on Facebook. Rotorua Anglers Associatio­n: Intermedia­tes and Seniors 7pm to 8.30pm. Contact craig. elphick@stjohn.org.nz, (0800) ST JOHN or www.youth. stjohn.org.nz. standards of players as well as beginners. Contact Pauline on (027) 446 9065. the first Saturday of every month. Rotorua Public Library, meeting room, second floor. 10.30am to 12.30pm. New members welcome. Contacts: Jim Comber (07) 347 8265 or George Joseph (07) 348 3280. experience­d players welcome. Join any Friday night 5pm onward at the club rooms in Pererika St. Family friendly, offer club fishing trips, fly tying and casting tuition. An opportunit­y to meet fellow anglers and share fishing tips. www.rotoruaang­lers.org.nz Fun times on trampoline­s and gymnastic equipment, 6.30pm to 8pm, MIGS Gym, Te Ngae Rd, must wear sports attire and socks, kids $5. Contact Lynette, (07) 349 3108. Tuesday Arawa Bowling Club Outdoor Bowls: Hinemoa Badminton Club: New members welcome, bowls and coaches available.ph club (07) 348 0216 or Tom (07) 348 7344. Third Monday of each month, 10am to 3pm. Cottage Flair, 1127 Fenton St. No charge. A friendly group sharing skills and ideas. Beginners welcome. Call Maggie (027) 285 8475. Meet at the Baptist Church, Malfroy Rd each Monday from 11am for tea and coffee, followed by a hot meal and dessert for $6. Contact Lyn (022) 140 4790. Drop-in tech help, Rotorua Library. Any problems, laptops, tablets phones etc. 9am to 12pm. Koha appreciate­d. Parksyde Travel Club: Rotorua Toastmaste­rs: 10am on the first Monday of each month at Parksyde Centre, Tarewa Place. Cover charge of $3 includes morning tea. Meets every Tuesday 9.30am to 12pm, at Rotorua Badminton Hall, Tarewa Place. Contact Dot (022) 528 5803. Fortnightl­y at the Rotorua Race Course, 6pm to 7pm. Email rotorua@toastmaste­rs. org.nz or ring Pauline on (027) 486 8699. Lynmore Tennis Club: Knitting Group: Play Saturdays from 1pm to 4pm on the corner of Selwyn and Lewis Rd, all year around. New members welcome, all levels, coaching available. Call Tony 027 3323 842. Quota Internatio­nal of Rotorua: Family Fun Night: Rotorua East Lions Club: Meet for dinner second Tuesday of the month, 6.30pm, Princes Gate. Contact Betty (07) 348 8817. Flag 500 Club: Meet first and third Monday of each month from 6pm at the Rotorua Club, 278 Fenton St (above Rotorua Racecourse) Contact secretary: rotoruaeas­t @lionsclubs.org.nz or see website www.https:/ /rotoruaeas­tlions.home.blog. Meets 12.30pm, Monday at the Rotorua Golf Club. Email rotoruarot­ary.secretary @gmail.com or visit www. rotaryroto­rua.org.nz. Come and join our card group at the Arawa Bowling Club, Lytton St on Tuesdays 1pm to 4pm. Ph Nancy (07) 345 4532 or Bobbie (07) 348 3804. Ngongotaha¯ Lions Club: Sunday: Meet ’n’ Eat: Every fourth Tuesday is the club's social meeting and every second Tuesday is the club's business meeting at Ngongotaha Community Hall, School Rd, 6.45pm for dinner. Contact secretary (07) 347 7191. Geyserland Country Music Club: Indoor Bowls Parksyde Community Centre: Rummy The American Way: Meets third Sunday of each month from 1pm to 4.30pm at the Rotorua Bowling Club, next to the Blue Baths in the Government Gardens, Hinemaru St. $5 door fee for non-members, children under 13 free. Informatio­n on the Geyserland Country Music Club Facebook page or call Dallas (07) 350 2048 evenings, or Bruce (027) 446 5800. For over 55s. 1pm to 4pm. Beginners welcome. Please arrive by 12.50pm. Call Betty, (07) 348 7018 or (021) 208 8301. From 1pm to 4pm on Tuesdays and Fridays, phone (07) 347 6527. Parksyde Community Centre. 9 Tarewa Place, 1pm to 4pm. Arrive by 12.50pm. Ph Betty (07) 348 7018 or (021) 208 8301. Rotorua Citizens' Club every Tuesday, 2pm to 4pm, 1146 Rangiuru St, Rotorua. Ph Neil Mccready (07) 348 3066. Rotorua Rotary Club Rotorua Seniornet: Rotary Club of Rotorua Sunrise: Mahjong: Housie: Tuesday at 6.45am for a breakfast meeting at the Princes Gate Hotel, Hinemaru St. http://rotaryroto­ruasunrise. co.nz or www.facebook.com/ Rotaryroto­ruasunrise. Radio Controlled Yachting or Powered Boats:11am Arawa Bowling Club Outdoor Bowls: Rotorua Aikido Club: Rotorua Property Investors Associatio­n: to 3pm, Lake O¯ kareka Reserve and other venues depending on the weather, different racing classes for different boats. Ph Bruce (07) 348 7922 or John (027) 271 8033. New members welcome, bowls and coaches available — contact club on (07) 348 0216 or Tom on (07) 348 7344. Mondays and Wednesdays. Children's class 6pm to 7pm and adults 7pm to 8.30pm. 96 Riri St. Contact Sensei Dianne (021) 425 654. Group of local landlords and property owners meet second Tuesday each month, 6.30pm BNZ Partners Centre. Contact president Debbie Van Den Broek (021) 131 6119 or go to www.rpia.org.nz. Rotorua Model Aircraft Club: St Andrew’s Indoor Bowls: Club night 7pm, Tuesday. Ph June Mchale (07) 349 3113. Meets every Sunday and every Wednesday mornings (weather dependent) at Mead Rd. For details please contact Ray on (07) 345 6790. Meets first Sunday of every month, 4.30pm to 8pm, winter and summer. Rotorua Citizens Club, Arawa St. $20 entry for adults, $2 for juniors. The public is always welcome. For upcoming events and bands go to Rotorua Jazz Club Facebook page or email rotjazzclu­b@gmail.com. In front of the Blue Baths, 1pm. All are welcome. It costs $30 to become a member, but people can come along for the first couple and see if they like it. Contact (022) 324 5820. Second Sunday of each month. Arawa Bowling Club, 64 Lytton St, 1pm to 4.30pm. Light afternoon tea served. Welcome all genres of music. All musicians, singers and spectators of all ages are welcome. Can bring your own instrument­s. $5 entry, children up to 16 years free, students free with ID. Contact Rose (021) 0265 1706 for more info. Lakeview Golf and Country Club Friday Haggle Tee Off: Altrusa Club of Rotorua: Taniwha Hunters Toastmaste­rs Rotorua: Ngongotaha¯ Indoor Bowls: Second Monday of each month at Princes Gate Hotel. A friendly, fun active service club organising projects that benefit the Rotorua community. Claire Wilson Ph (07) 349 3371, (027) 437 8723. New members welcome. 12pm, register 11.30am. All welcome. Green fee $10, Haggle $5. (07) 357 2341. Ngongotaha¯ Hall, 6.45pm, $3. Ph Kevin Whyte (07) 357 4766. 12.15pm to 1.15pm. Rotorua Arts Village. Email taniwhahun­ters @toastmaste­rs.org.nz or ph Jude Livingston (027) 503 4001. Rotorua Jazz Club: Group Fitness Classes: Rotorua RSA Indoor Bowls: Coffee, Cheese N Crackers: Whatever your fitness level come and kick-start your day for energy, $5, 6.15am every Tuesday, Waikite Gym, Bellevue Rd, Koutu, suitable for 13 years and over, contact Josh (021) 049 2631. Otonga Rd Primary School, 6.45pm, contact Eion Gainsford (07) 348 5502. Rotorua Senior Citizens Club meet Balmerino Lounge, Rotorua Race Course, Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 10am to 12.30pm. $10 joining fee, $2 per day. Contact Natalie (07) 357 5122. Every Friday evening at Linton Park Community Centre, 16 Kamahi Place, 6pm to 7.30pm. This is a support group designed for people to get together, have something to eat, and have a chat. Prostate Cancer Foundation: Indoor Bowls: Bi-monthly meetings on the last Tuesday of every second month at the Cancer Society Rooms, Ranolf St, at 7pm. Ph Gayle Hunt (07) City of Rotorua Highland Pipe Band: Pipe Band Hall, by Pak'nsave. Mondays 6pm to 9pm, both learners and more continued on A18 Saturday Petanque Rotorua: Taoist Tai Chi: Pickleball Rotorua: Learn the first 17 moves of the Taoist Tai Chi set, an ancient art that complement­s all other exercise programmes, 9.30am. Taoist Tai Chi Academy, 1192 Eruera St. Trish (07) 349 4943. Meets every Monday 7pm to 9pm. All equipment provided. Played at the Rotorua Badminton Hall, Tarewa Place, next to the Parksyde Community Centre. First night is free. Ph Sharon Fleet (027) 289 8846. Variety Music: People First New Zealand: Scottish Country Dancing: Meet 1pm to 2.30pm on the last Saturday each month at Rotorua St John, 35 Pererika St. For people with learning and intellectu­al disabiliti­es to learn about their rights and how to speak up for what they want in their lives and community. Text Yi (027) 526 3387 or email yi@peoplefirs­t.org.nz. Meet twice a month. On the second Saturday, 1.30pm to 3.30pm. Bainbridge Centre, 187 Old Taupo¯ Rd. New members welcome 55 plus. Join in with Rummikub or Housie. Bring a small plate of food for a shared afternoon tea. On the fourth Friday meet for a cafe lunch at an arranged time and place. Ph Annette 216 0790. Rotorua Senior Citizens' Club meet Balmerino Lounge, Rotorua Race Course, Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 10am to 12.30pm. $10 joining fee, $2 per day. Contact Natalie (07) 357 5122. Beginners and all ages welcome, first class free, then $4. Mondays at St Andrew's Church Hall, cnr Devon St and Old Taupo¯ Rd, contact Claire Miller (07) 348 1501. At the Lynmore Primary School gymnasium, Monday nights from 7pm to 10pm. Contact Colin (07) 3457160 / (021) 030 2428. Table Tennis: Seniors Social Club: Rotorua Honey Bee Club: Meet monthly on a Sunday, 2pm. $50 joining fee. Support and education. Contact Kim (021) 926 937, or www. rotoruahon­eybeeclub.co.nz for informatio­n and dates. Westbrook Garden Circle: Meets in the Rotorua Bowling Club rooms at 1pm on the first Monday of every month except for January. We also enjoy tours of gardens (local and further afield) when these can be arranged. Ph Trish Adler (07) 347 9250 or Diane Pasco (07) 347 0269. ‘Home’ Ngongotaha¯ Life Memories: Our community has come together and created this taonga/treasure. People welcome to view, 11.30am to 4pm. 180 Ngongotaha¯ Rd (in the Village opposite Post Shop). Gold coin donation appreciate­d. Indoor Bowls: Rotorua North Probus Club: Fourth Monday of every month at Parksyde, 10am, for fellowship and friendship. Contact Betty (07) 348 8117 or (022) 309 4103. Rotorua Dahlia Club: Meeting 12pm to 3pm, Mokoia Community Hall, Vaughan Rd. Gardeners who gather to enjoy workshops, demonstrat­ions, tuber sales and an annual show. Membership $5 per year. New members welcome. Ph Anne Hyde (07) 350 1525. Geyserland Toastmaste­rs: Croquet Rotorua Club: Meet Saturday and Wednesday, 9.15am. New players welcome. Free tuition and equipment supplied. Challenge your mind while exercising your body. Contact (021) 039 7022. The first three sessions are free. 7pm to 8.30pm every Monday except public holidays at the Rotorua Library meeting room, Haupapa St. Visitors are most welcome. Rotorua Central Scout Group — Keas: Rotorua Settlers and Steam Museum: 5.30pm to 6.30pm. School years 1 to 3. Rotorua Central Scout Group Hall, Pererika St. Indoor/ outdoor fun activities, crafts, play acting (girls and boys). Contact rotoruacen­tral @group.scouts.nz Thursdays and Sundays from 10am to 4pm. Volunteers welcome. Meet other volunteers and help maintain and improve the site. Drop in or email teamorangi museum@xtra.co.nz Rotorua Singles Mingle Club Over 50s Group: Come along, have some fun with our lovely people, nice to have company, we welcome new suggestion­s. Weekly outings, activities, dinner, walks, shows, BBQS etc. Contact Max (022) 363 0282 or Tass (021) 027 45217 or Delwin (020) 416 69493. Rotorua Tennis Club: Join us for tennis 9am to 11.30am. Friendly bunch of people who will teach you to play if you haven't played before. Many retired people come. High Monday St John Youth: St John Ambulance Hall, Pererika St. Juniors, 5.45pm to 7.15pm, Royal New Zealand Air Force Associatio­n: Meets on

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