Christ­mas is a time to keep ac­tive

South Waikato News - - SPORT - By HEATHER GABY

Toko­roa Hash House Har­ri­ers

Toko­roa Hash House Har­ri­ers will be meet­ing tonight, Wed­nes­day, at Pock­ets 8 Ball Club on Bridge St. On De­cem­ber 29, they will meet at the Trees Tav­ern on Bal­moral Drive.

The group meets at 6pm for a fun walk/ jog/ run around a set course. Join the group for some fun, so­cial ac­tiv­ity. Hol­i­day Pro­grammes School hol­i­day pro­grammes have al­ready be­gun in the South Waikato. The South Waikato YMCA is of­fer­ing ac­tiv­i­ties fin­ish­ing Fri­day this week, Christ­mas Eve with a trip to the Hamil­ton Zoo and will restart ac­tiv­i­ties on Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 5.

Toko­roa Early Learn­ing Cen­tre on Grampian St is of­fer­ing ac­tiv­i­ties un­til Fri­day this week then restarts on Mon­day Jan­uary 10.

Q-Masters on Bridge St is also of­fer­ing 8 and 9 ball, ta­ble ten­nis and more pas­sive ac­tiv­i­ties each day, ex­cept the statu­tory hol­i­days, from 10am to 7pm.

In Pu­taruru, Buckland St Child Care is of­fer­ing ac­tiv­i­ties through­out the hol­i­days for stu­dents. Phone the cen­tre on 882 1250 for de­tails.

The coun­cil pools in Ti­rau, Pu­taruru and Toko­roa will be open ev­ery day ex­cept Christ­mas Day with fun equip­ment avail­able.

There are nu­mer­ous ac­tiv­i­ties on through­out the South Waikato to en­sure your chil­dren stay ac­tive over the sum­mer school hol­i­day break. Stay Ac­tive Christ­mas and the sum­mer hol­i­days are just around the corner and yes it re­ally is a busy time of year. What we all need to re­mem­ber though is that we need to stay ac­tive, es­pe­cially as we tend to eat and drink just that lit­tle bit more at this time of year.

Take a stroll af­ter din­ner, be­fore break­fast or in your lunch break.

Make use of our district’s walk­ways, play with the chil­dren, swim at one of the coun­cil pools or have a game of ten­nis, cricket, touch or softball.

Let’s stay ac­tive these hol­i­days and not pay the penalty in the new year.

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