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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 Pink Rib­bon Breakfast 25 May from 7am @ Wooden Farmer Pu­taruru $25 hosted by BNZ Pu­taruru & The Wooden Farmer to reg­is­ter or more info con­tact BNZ Pu­taruru or The Wooden Farmer Pu­taruru All wel­come Sup­port group for spe­cial needs car­ers April 14 at 11.30am. Tcoss Build­ing, at the front en­trance to the Toko­roa Hospi­tal. More in­for­ma­tion grace­mar­riner@gmail.com Epilepsy Meet­ing Wed­nes­day, April 20. Cre­ative Arts, Toko­roa. Ev­ery­one wel­come. Toko­roa Love Soup Meals will be served at the Sal­va­tion Army Hall, Bal­moral Dr, 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. South Waikato Se­niornet Inc Teaches tech­nol­ogy skills to 50 plus. The next term starts on Mon­day 2 May at Duke St, Pu­taruru. To en­rol or

for fur­ther de­tails con­tact Mau­reen on (07) 883 7289. 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, ex­per­i­ment­ing with in­stru­ments. Parental su­per­vi­sion is re­quired. En­try for chil­dren cost $5 then $2 for ex­tra

sib­lings and 15 months and un­der are free. Man­gakino 50+ Club: held at the Man­gakino Se­nior Ci­ti­zen Hall ev­ery Tues­day and Thurs­day from 1.30pm. Reg­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude in­door bowls, 8 ball, 500 cards, lunch ev­ery six weeks and scenic out­ings. Con­tact Brian Hill on 027 3431380 Pu­taruru Mar­ket ev­ery third Sun­day of the month, 9am to mid­day, Princes St. $5 per stall, bring your own ta­ble. En­quires 883 1573. Toko­roa and Pu­taruru Bridge Club: hold weekly meet­ings and new mem­bers are al­ways wel­come. Ses­sions are held at The Toko­roa Club ev­ery Tues­day start­ing at 7pm to 10pm. Pu­taruru mem­bers meet on Mon­day at 7pm to 10pm and on Thurs­day at 1pm to 4pm at Overdale Rd op­po­site the Li­brary. Con­tact Eileen Barker in Pu­taruru on 833 1839 and Gary Cut­triss on 886 8915. Toko­roa Farm­ers Mar­ket: ev­ery Satur­day morn­ing out­side the old RSA on SH1. Ti­rau 50+: held ev­ery Wed­nes­day at the Ti­rau Me­mo­rial Hall from 12.45pm to 3.30pm. Come down for a so­cial game of 500 cards, in­door bowls, or Ru­micub. Con­tact John Wood 883 1742. South Waikato Country Mu­sic Club: If you en­joy a night of foot tap­ping, good singers and very tal­ented mu­si­cians from Ro­torua, Pu­taruru and Mata­mata join mem­bers on the fourth Fri­day of each month at 7pm. En­try Fee is $3 and in­cludes sup­per. Ph Pres­i­dent Les Whyte 07 883 7991. Toko­roa Country and Western Club: meets ev­ery sec­ond Sun­day of each month at the Toko­roa Cos­mopoli­tan Club at 1.30pm. Call Loma 886 6372.

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