Rotorua Weekender : 2020-07-03

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Club Listings

18 Rotorua Weekender Jul 3, 2020 | CLUB LISTINGS continued from A17 Learn to protect yourself and your family, and get fit in a safe environmen­t, 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Top floor, Advocate Print Building, 248 Fenton St. First lesson free. Call Paul on (027) 829 9751. Bill Morris on (07) 357 4097. by appointmen­t. 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Ages 10 years and up. $3 per night. 24 Ford Rd. Ph Rex Jenkins (07) 348 4212. Prospectiv­e members with vehicles over 30 years old most welcome. Contact secretary Dennis (021) 731 678. Come 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 along. High standards of players as well as beginners. Contact Pauline on (027) 446 9065 for any inquiries. Every Wednesday, 7pm. Bridge Club premises, Union St. Gold coin donation. Open to all ages and experience. Facebook page for more informatio­n. Air Training Cadets: Women’s Singing Group: Future pilots wanted. From 6.15pm, 23 Geddes Rd. Ages 13 years plus. Come along and have a look. Rotorua Central Scout Group: Unaccompan­ied four-part harmony. No experience necessary, just joy in making music together. Meet at the Shambles — the Little Theatre behind Pak’nsave, 6.30pm. Contact Anne (07) 362 4139. Kea Section: School Years 1 to 3, 5.15pm to 6.15pm. Ph Sarah (027) 761 4215. Scout Section: Years 7 to 10, 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Ph John (027) 247 7049. Welcome boys and girls to meet at the Scout den at the Lakefront offering a range of challengin­g indoor/outdoor activities. Rotorua Tennis Club: Diabetes NZ Rotorua Branch: Ngongotaha¯ Garden Circle: Thursday morning tea and support group. 10am to 12pm at Rotorua Community Diabetes Centre, 17 Marguerita St. This is an informal group and anyone is welcome. Meets fourth Wednesday of every month in Ngongotaha¯ Hall. 1pm. Programme varied. Contact Pauline Blackburn (07) 366 6733 or Jesse Moore (07) 332 3795. B&B Associatio­n Rotorua: Meet on second Tuesday of the month, 12.30pm. Social lunch gathering at a member’s place. Networking opportunit­y for hosts accommodat­ing guests in their homes. Meet experience­d B&B members, get expert advise on how to run a successful B&B. Vivien Cooper, B&B@THE Redwoods, (027) 270 3594 or www.rotorua bedandbrea­ Rotary Club of Rotorua North: 5.30pm at the Rotorua Holiday Inn on Froude St. Email rotoruanor­throtary Rotorua Ostomy Group: Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship Internatio­nal: Every third Thursday until November. 11am to 1pm. Fenton St Mcdonalds. Guest speakers. For more informatio­n ring (07) 348 5882. Movers and Shakers: Singing for therapy group. Gold coin entry. Beneficial to anyone with a neurologic­al condition, especially Parkinson’s or stroke. 10am at Linton Park Community Centre. Ph Fiona Leighton, Parkinson’s community educator (07) 343 7986 or Vivienne Mcdonald stroke adviser (07) 349 6022 for dates. Chess Club: Old/vintage Bottle and Collectabl­e Club of Rotorua: Meets third Wednesday of the month at the Ngongotaha Community Hall, 5 School Rd, 7pm. Men and women welcome. Phone or text Martin (027) 271 5878. Meet second Wednesday of each month at the St John Ambulance meeting room at 7.30pm. All visitors and new members are very welcome, contact Rick (07) 348 6008 or John (07) 348 4563. Rotorua East Probus Club: Meets on the second Thursday of each month (except January), 10am, Lynmore Bowling Club, Warwick Drive. Guest speaker and morning tea. Visitors welcome. Ph Bev at (07) 345 7255. 5.45pm at Podium. 5.5km or 3.5km option. Free, hot chips and sauce at the end. Cancer Society Support Group: Indoor Bowls Parksyde Community Centre: Aphasianz Rotorua Korero Club (for people with aphasia): For over 55s. 1pm to 4pm, arrive by 12.50pm. Beginners welcome. For more details call Betty (07) 348 7018 or (021) 208 8301. On the first Tuesday of the month at Cancer Society’s Rotorua office, 1235 Ranolf St, at 10.30am. Ph (07) 349 4556. Fortnightl­y group meeting for people with aphasia to build confidence, communicat­ion and connect with others. Ph Mel Dakin (community aphasia adviser) (027) 475 6396 or email centralnor­ Croquet Rotorua Club: Meet Wednesday and Saturday at 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. Community belly dance group meets every Wednesday from 5.30pm to 7pm at Rotorua Youth Centre, Te Ngae Rd. Cost $10 per class, first class free. Contact Mandy at bellyvegas­dance@gmail. com or txt (027) 459 3893. Suitable for all levels and skills for ages 8 to 80. Juniors 5.30pm to 7pm, seniors 7pm to 9pm every Wednesday. Wear nonmarking shoes, juniors $5, high school students $7, seniors $10, Badminton Club Hall, 28 Tarewa Place, contact Tony (027) 686 7196. Weekly meeting, 4pm to 5.30pm at Atlantis Books. Bring a favourite poem. All welcome. V3A Square Dancing Club: Springfiel­d Golf Club: Spud Run: Nine Hole Ladies and Men. All players welcome. Tuesday Club day, 9am tee off. Call Hazel (07) 3437667 or David (027) 443 0863. Rotorua Aikido Club: New learner class at Parksyde Community Centre, starting March at 10.30am. All welcome. Ph (07) 345 6827. Mondays and Wednesdays. Children’s class 6pm to 7pm and adults 7pm to 8.30pm. 96 Riri St. Contact Sensei Dianne (021) 425 654. Rotorua Community Kai: Dinner open to everyone, 5.40pm, Selwyn Primary School Hall. It is a way of bringing the community together, from the community for the community. Ngongotaha¯ Friendship Club: Wednesday Rotorua Creative Fibre: Bellyvegas: Meets on the second Wednesday of the month, 9.45am, St Barnabas Church Hall, School Rd. Interestin­g speakers, friendly people, delicious morning teas. $3. Ph R. Michie (07) 362 4755. Meets on third Wednesday of each month. 7pm. Call (027) 240 3929 or (07) 348 9546. Canasta Club: Walk in Wednesday Short Demonstrat­ion Reading: Meeting 1.30pm at Parksyde Community Centre. Beginners welcome. For more informatio­n phone (07) 348 0697 or 022 135 8720. First Wednesday of every month at the Ngongotaha¯ Leagues Clubrooms, Neil Hunt Park, Tarawera Rd at 7pm. Those interested can come at 6.30pm for a cuppa and a photograph­y related video. Go to www. rotoruacam­ for more informatio­n or phone/text Julie on (027) 727 4914. Rotorua Creative Fibre welcomes all who work with fibre and those interested to learn. We meet every Tuesday evening 6.30pm to 9pm and every Thursday morning 9.30am to 1pm at the Vintage Car Club rooms, Neil Hunt Park, Lynmore. Contact Sallie (07) 347 0677 or creativefi­bre. Exercise, companions­hip, lifelong friends, fresh air and monthly bus trips. Every Tuesday. Ph Elaine (07) 349 4228 or text Barbara (027) 662 3478. Over 55. 10.15am during term time. Motion Entertainm­ent. All levels catered for. Coaching available. Chris (07) 345 6754. From Rob Osborne, every Wednesday. Free. 10am to 3pm. The Wellness Hub, 1070 Eruera St. Rotorua Floral Art Group: Meets on the first Thursday of every month, 1pm, (between March and November). Held in Studio 2 at The Arts Village. New members welcome. Call club president Sally (07) 348 0630 or Jill (07) 376 8689. 10am to 11am Thursdays at Parksyde Community Centre. Contact Jeanette (07) 348 4845. Rotorua Camera Club: Rotorua Bird Club: Badminton: Thursday Westbrook Indoor Bowls Club: Lynmore Tennis Club: Westbrook School Hall, Malfroy Rd, 7.15pm. Ph Karen (07) 348 0408. Play Wednesdays from 5.30pm to 7pm on the corner of Selwyn and Lewis Rd, all year around. New members welcome, all levels catered for, coaching available. Tony (027) 3323 842. The Line dancing learners: Walking with Joy: Rotorua Creative Fibre: Rotorua Creative Fibre welcomes all who work with fibre and those interested to learn. We meet every Tuesday evening 6.30pm to 9pm and every Thursday morning 9.30am to 1pm at the Vintage Car Club rooms, Neil Hunt Park, Lynmore. Contact Sallie (07) 347 0677 or creativefi­bre. For those aged 12 and over. The cost for each night is $3, but first three nights are free. Based at the Rotorua Club Inc. behind Rydges on Fenton St. 7pm to 9.30pm. Contact through Facebook page or call/text Sean (021) 255 5504 or Paul (021) 804 891. Rotorua Central Scout Group — Scouts: Rotorua Sulphur City Lions Club: 6.30pm to 8.30pm. School Years 7 to 10. Rotorua Central Scout Group Hall, Pererika St. We offer team building, problem solving, leadership, challenges (boys and girls). Contact rotoruacen­tral@group.scouts. nz for informatio­n. Ten Pin Bowling: The Coffin Club Rotorua: Mad Poets: Meets every second and fourth Wednesday of the month, 6.45pm. A mix of business meetings and fun/ social outings. For informatio­n call Janet Kingsland (07) 345 5629 or (021) 255 4848. emergence of the original Coffin Club at 2 Old Quarry Rd. Every Wednesday 9am to 1pm. With profession­ally made coffins personalis­e yours, find your “arty self”, have fun and socialise. Completed coffins from $450. Contact Katie (07) 346 3148 or (021) 132 8073. Seniornet Rotorua: Help with digital devices. Our monthly social meeting is at 2pm on second Wednesday each month, at Regency Park Estate. Ph (07) 345 3275 or visit rotoruasen­ Rotorua District Cadet Unit: Parade for the RDCU is 6.15pm to 9pm at the Cadet Hall, 23 Geddes Rd. Ages 13 plus. For more informatio­n contact Major Breen on (027) 291 0102 or people are welcome to come along and have a look. From 1pm to 4pm on Tuesdays and Fridays, phone (07) 347 6527. Rotorua Symphonic Band: Rotorua Dart Club Samurai Arts — Ju Jutsu (Self Defence) and Ken Jutsu (Samurai swordsmans­hip): Music for brass, woodwind and percussion. Practices on Wednesdays, 6.30pm to 8.30pm at the Brass Band rooms next to Pak’nsave. Contact Sue on (021) 173 5053 or Adrienne on (027) 222 1305. Revive Holistic Fitness Yoga-ish Session: O¯ whata Indoor Bowls Club: Learn to protect yourself and your family, and get fit in a safe environmen­t. 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Top floor, Advocate Print Building, 248 Fenton St. First lesson free. Call Paul on (027) 829 9751. 7.30pm. Lynmore Scout Hall. Call Jenny (027) 631 5011. Meets every Wednesday, 7pm to 9.30pm, at the O¯ whata Primary School Hall, Brent Rd from February 13 to September 11. All equipment is provided and free coaching available. Call Delwyn (07) 345 6609. Mahjong: Rotorua Central Scout Group — Cubs: Rotorua Embroidere­rs: 6pm to 7.30pm. School Years 4 to 6. Rotorua Central Scout Group Hall, Pererika St. We offer indoor/ outdoor activities, many different challenges (boys and girls). Contact rotoruacen­tral Rotorua Amateur Radio Club: 9.30am to 3pm and 7pm to 9pm. Parksyde, Tawera Place. Ph Amerents (07) 345 3515. Classes are limited to 15 people, $100 per term and run weekly on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Contact the Arts Village (07) 348 9008 or email office@artsvillag­ Rotorua Senior Citizens’ Club meet Balmerino Lounge, Rotorua Race Course, Wednesday 1pm to 4pm. $10 joining fee, $2 per day, everyone welcome. Contact Warmly welcomes all interested in any aspect of radio, from just listening, DX, to radio tracking, morse code, digital/satellite communicat­ions, constructi­on/projects, field days, competitio­ns, fieldtrips and more. First and third Tuesday each month, Rotorua Lakefront Water Sports Centre. Contact Murray (022) 421 1759. Rotorua Scrabble Club: Pioneers Toastmaste­rs: Meet Ukulele classes: Kiwi Coffin Club Charitable Trust Rotorua: Every Thursday 7am. Meeting room at Mcdonalds Fenton St. Join us and find out what we’re about. Ph Carol (07) 345 7627 or (027) 307 4493. at Parksyde Community Centre, Tarewa Rd every Thursday from 9am to 12pm. Contact Ruth Godwin (07) 349 6954 or (027) 349 6061. Every Wednesday, 7am to 1pm at 5 Ti St for profession­ally made coffins built to suit your needs. Help in the making, painting and lining of your coffin using your own design or help others make their own. Join us for morning tea or lunch. Ph (027) 549 4260 or email kiwicoffin­ Visit outside the above hours Vintage Car Club NZ Rotorua branch: Rotary Club of Rotorua West: Geyserland Art Group: Meets Thursday mornings from 9.30am to 12.30pm at Studio Two, The Arts Village, Hinemoa St to paint, draw, take part in artistic workshops and hold regular art exhibition­s. Contact Robin (07) 348 6863. Website: geyserland­ Meetings second Wednesday each month, except January. 7pm at the clubrooms, Neil Hunt Park (off Tarawera Rd). Monthly Sunday and mid-week runs, plus July swapmeet and January Lakefront car show. Meets 5.30pm Thursday at the Princes Gate Hotel, Arawa St, email info@rotary rotoruawes­ or go to http:/ /rotaryroto­ For 0-5 year-olds meet Thursday in the classroom behind Plunket House, 1436 Pukuatua St. From 9.30am to 11am, school term only, all welcome. Phone (07) 350 1517 or (0204) 042 8319. Rotorua Senior Citizens’ Club meet Balmerino Lounge, Rotorua Race Course, Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 10am to 12.30pm. $10 joining fee, $2 per day. Contact Bill Morris on (07) 357 4097. Come and join our group Thursdays 1pm to 4pm, Arawa Bowling Club, Lytton St. Ph Hilda (07) 346 8277 or Bobbie (07) 348 3804. A cross between tennis, badminton and table tennis. Suitable for 18 years and over, $5, 10am to 12pm. Rotorua Badminton Hall, Tarewa Place, next to Parksyde Community Centre. Wear non-marking shoes, contact Kris (07) 332-3196 or (027) 511 4465 or go to www. Housie: Samurai Arts — Ju Jutsu (Self Defence) and Ken Jutsu (Samurai swordsmans­hip): Plunket Playgroup: Seniors Card 500 Group: Meet every Thursday. 1pm to 4pm. Ph (07) 349 2898. Considerin­g Selling? ‘Home’ Ngongotaha¯ Life Memories: Indoor Bowls: Our community has come together and created this wonderful taonga/ treasure. People welcome to view, 11.30am to 4pm, 180 Ngongotaha¯ Rd (in the Village opposite Post Shop). Gold coin donation appreciate­d. Proudly supported by Progress Ngongotaha-kokiri Inc. And want a team who does what they said they would to get premium price for your property? Social Bridge: Rotorua Settlers and Steam Museum: Thursdays and Sundays from 10am to 4pm. Volunteers welcome. Drop in or email teamorangi­museum Pickleball: Cancer Society Walk for Wellness: Wayne and Veena Hemingway Every Thursday at the Redwoods from 9.30am. Ph (07) 349 4556. Probus Club of Rotorua: REAL ESTATE Barnetts Colourplus Meets on first Thursday of month at the Rotorua Golf Club. Guest speaker, morning tea. Ph Kevin (07) 348 6755. 1234 Eruera Street, Rotorua 07 348 6182 Wayne: 027 672 7263 Veena: Central Boxing training: Old and new members welcome. www.thepowerof­ 027 425 9380

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