Walking festival caters to all levels
ECHO Walking Festival
This year the South Waikato will be part of the ECHO Walking Festival with walks taking place in the South Waikato from Saturday, March 29 until Sunday, April 6. All walks are guided with some easier and child-friendly, with others catering for the ‘‘experienced’’ walker. Brochures are available from Sport Waikato, Waikato River Trails, and the Tirau and Tokoroa Information centres, or you can register for the walks online at echowalkfest.org.nz. For further details or enquiries contact Gilly on 027 471 5968.
Parafed Waikato – 3 on 3 Wheelchair Basketball Competition
Saturday March 1 – 10.00 am – 3.00 pm. $20 per team (4 or 5 players per team) – everyone can play (able bodied and disabled) wheelchairs provided. South Waikato Sport & Events Centre. No experience necessary, get your friends and whanau together and meet Danny McBride – NZ Rower and NZ Wheelchair basketball champion. To register or for more details contact Chloe Wickman SportsForce Parafed Development Officer 027 494 5587 or email email@example.com.
Sport Maker – Nominate a Sporting Volunteer
Every month merchandise is distributed throughout the Waikato region so keep those nominations coming in. From the coaches and officials, to the uniform washers and administrators, a Sport Maker is someone who volunteers their time and effort for sport in the Waikato region.
Nominate the Sport Maker that makes a difference in your sport by clicking on the link below. All nominees go in the draw monthly for the chance to receive some awesome sporting gear!
Take the time to nominate and reward a local Sport Maker who helps you and your sport. sportwaikato.org Pre-School Playgym Pre-school Playgym begins on February 12 from 1.30 till 2.30pm at the Gym sport Arena, South Waikato Sport and Events Centre, Tokoroa. 0-2yrs FREE, 2-5yrs $5 per child each session you attend. Sessions are weekly. These sessions require adult participation and are designed to be fun while developing skills of balance, body and spatial awareness, hand- eye and body- eye coordination, swing and manipulative skills.