FAMILY AND COMMUNITY EVENTS
Olly The Tokoroa Little Theatre will be putting ona production of Olly from July 5 to 8 with an afternoon matinee on Saturday July 9. Tickets are $10 a seat, with bookings opening next week at Tokoroa Clothing Company. Hammers and Horsehair Wellington musicians Douglas Mews and Robert Ibell will perform a period instrument concert in Putaruru on July 10 at the Methodist Church, on SH1, Putaruru. Admission $25, door sales only (no eftpos), Students free. Contact 027-3649274. Whanau orienteering series Putaruru on Sunday, July 17 from 10am to 12pm at Glensea Park. Tokoroa, July 24, 10am to 12pm at Memorial Park (outside the event centre). Contact Olivia or Lisa on 07 886 9002, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. High Tea Rangiura Home hall, Matai Crs, Putaruru. July 10, 2pm. $25 ticket – tickets available BNZ, Rangiura home or fundraising committee. Tirau Rural Women. Meet monthly on first Wednesday or
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 Putaruru Painting Group This social painting group meets every Wednesday from 10am to 3pm at the Timber Museum. Provide your own painting kit plus a gold coin donation. Just turn up or contact Frances on 883-1543. Puketurua Hall Committee AGM Wednesday, July 6. From 7.30pm. All welcome. Contact 883 5630. South Waikato Camera Club Meeting at the T.C.O.S.S building, June 27, 7.30pm. All welcome. 0274853303 SW Fiber Twiddlers St. Marks Comm. Hall, Bridge str, Tokoroa. Spin, knit, crochet and weave. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 7-9 pm. Gold coin donation. Esther 07 886 4252. 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. Putaruru JP service desk A Justice of the Peace will be available Fridays 10am-12pm at the Putaruru Library and 10am-12pm Wednesdays at Arts & Craft Shop, 35 Princes St, Putaruru. Tokoroa Women’s Institute Tokoroa Bowling club. Every second Thursday of each month at 10.30am. New members welcome. Please bring a plate to share for lunch. Contact for further information. Isobel 07-886-2380 Putaruru Patchwork and Quilting Club Meetings held fortnightly on Mondays at 7pm (Jill Sjaarda 07 8838622 ) and the second Thursday of each month 10am (Ann Jenkins 07 8835705). All meetings are held at the Rangiura Rest Home Hall. Tokoroa Rock’n’roll Club Learn rock’n’roll dancing every Monday, 7.30 – 10pm, 1st Tokoroa Scout Hall, Kauri St. Lessons $5 per night, first night free. Call or text Hayden for more details on 022 104 6079. Tirau Playcentre Every Tuesday and Wednesday of Send details for What’s On to email@example.com by 5pm on Friday. Details should be no more than 40 words and should include, in order, the event name: venue address, date, time, and ticketing information.
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. 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 Blue Room, Tokoroa Club Tuesdays 7-10pm. Contact Willy on 0211250565 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.
Sport Waikato’s whanau orienteering series is coming up in July. Putaruru’s will be held on July 17 and Tokoroa’s on July 24. See listings below for more detail.