FAMILY AND COMMUNITY EVENTS
Dirty Dusting Tokoroa Little Theatre presents Dirty Dusting – a little bit dirty, a little bit naughty. April 13- 16th at 7.30pm. Adults $20. Book at Tokoroa Clothing and Tokoroa Little Theatre. Tokoroa High School Girls Soccer Fundraiser Cook Island Tour fundraiser Trivial Pursuit evening this Saturday 7pm at the Tokoroa Club. $40 per team, teams of four. Great prizes and Rarotonga raffle drawn on the night. Friendly Forum in Tokoroa Local MP Louise Upston invites members of the South Waikato District to come along and shares their views at the next Friendly Forumt o be held in the Te Rakaunui Room at the Tokoroa Community Link, 8-10 Torphin Crescent at 10am on Friday 15 April 2016. Tirau Playcentre Every Tuesday and Wednesday of the school term. 9.30am- 12 noon. Free early childhood education for all 0-6 yr olds and their parents. 9 Goodwin St, Tirau. Contact Melissa 0210719181. Scottish Country Dancing Club Nights, every Thursday at Amisfield School Hall, Moffat Rd, 6.30 to 10pm. Ages 6 plus welcome. Social dancing. No charge for first 2 nights – see if its for you! Some shoes available for hire. www.tokoroascd.co.nz Support group for special needs carers April 14 at 11.30am. Tcoss Building, at the front entrance to the Tokoroa Hospital. More information email@example.com Tokoroa Love Soup Meals will be served at Youth Park, every Monday, at 5pm. Town & Country Women’s Dinner Club Meet at the District Services Memorial Club Buckland St, Putaruru, on 2nd Thursday each month from 6pm mix and mingle, dinner at 6.30pm followed by a Guest Speaker. Contact Rosemary Ward 8838320 or Lyn Janssen 8834744. Tokoroa Bridge Club Free Lessons are starting soon to learn. If you like 500 you are sure to love bridge. Contact Willy on 021 1250 565 or 8864452 wk. Putaruru fifty plus group Meet every Tues at 1pm. Activities include: 500 Cards – indoor bowls – Rumikub. We also have bus trips and dinners that are subsidised by the club. For more information contact Leo (07) 883 8518. JP services Do you want to use the services of a JP? Head along to the Tokoroa Library every Wednesday from 2-4pm. Leisure Marching Kaimai Guards are looking for ladies to join their team. Come have a go, great fun, friendship, frivolity, travel & exercise for body & brain. Contact Val 027 255 2998 Tokoroa activities centre for elderly and disabled: Held every Mon, Wed, Fri. 9.30am to 1pm at the meeting room next to Elim Church Aotea Street. Free to join, free van pick up, tea coffee, biscuits supplied, bring own lunch. Hot lunch provided every 2nd Friday. Meet new people, talk, games, crafts. Contact Robin 8864602 or Bev 027 728 2587. Music Lessons Putaruru Mondays, Putaruru College 3.30 – 5.30pm. Instrument and reading music tuition in guitar, keyboard, flute, recorder and brass. Small classes, enrolling now. Enquiries to Patricia 07 883 1181. Ages approx. 8 upwards. CHAMP weekly Dance classes: Hip Hop/street/urban Dance and Breaking with Zacchaeus Te Uri Karaka. 4pm every Thursday. This is a dynamic youth mentoring programme for 11-17 year olds run by Transform Aotearoa. Venueputaruru Youth Centre. For more info contact: 021 563 695. Tokoroa Senior Citizens 50+: Monday bowls, Tuesday Hot Meal for lunch and Rummikub, Wednesday knitting, sewing, canasta and socialising, Friday exercise, hot meal for lunch and housie. Contact Lynne 886 0813 Forestland Variety Music Club: meet at the Old Boys Rugby Clubrooms on Mossop Road on the first Sunday of every month, 1.30pm start with a $3 entry all are welcome. Ph Gaynor Ngapo on 0276943051. Mini Musos: A pre-school music group for children under 5 at the South Waikato Sports and Events Centre. Held on every Tuesday at 10am during the school term activities include singing, dancing, parachute games. Parental supervision required. Entry for children cost $5 then $2 for extra siblings and 15 months and under free.
Tokoroa High School’s girls’ soccer team will hold a Trivial Pursuit night on Saturday to raise funds for their Cook Island tour. See more details below.