FAMILY AND COMMUNITY EVENTS
Ali Baba Putaruru College performance. September 8 and 9 at 7pm. Email email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Trans-tasman Piano Duo Glenn Riddle and Katherine Austin, Friday, September 9, 7.30pm, The Plaza, Putaruru, Admission $25, Students free, Door sales only (no eftpos). The Northshore Male Choir The Plaza, Putaruru. September 11, 2pm. $20 Students/senior, $25 Adults. Door Sales available or tickets can be purchased from The Plaza, isite Tokoroa, Diamond Jewellers Matamata and Eventfinda. Spiritual & Healing Expo Sunday, September 11. 10.30am – 3.30pm. Te Awhina Hall Moana Cres, Mangakino, (Old Bowling Club). $5 entry. Clairvoyant Readings, Rune Stone Readings, Reiki & Energy Healings Crystals & Plant Therapies available. Tokoroa Arthritis Support Group September 14 at Sport Waikato rooms. 11.15am .Speaker Richard on computers. Contact Jean 8861288 for more info. St Paul’s Church, Kensington St, Putaruru, Friday September 9, 12 Noon to 4 pm. Admission: Gold Coin Donation; Children free. Plants, cakes, produce for sale. Light refreshments $7.00. Sugary drink workshop Learn how much sugar our bodies can cope with each day and how much comes hidden in different beverages. September Sep 8, 1pm.register at Sport Waikato Office (Swanston St) or phone Mandy or Pricey 078869002 Pink Walk Saturday, October 29, 10.30am. About 2.5 km walk. Meet and finish at The Wooden Farmer carpark, Putaruru. Gold Coin Donation. Dress in Pink..prizes for best dressed, Spot Prizes. All donations to Waikato Breast Cancer Trust. Fun , easy walk for the whole family. Putaruru Street Market Every third Sunday of the month, 9am to midday, Princes St. All welcome $5 per stall, bring your own table. Enquires 883 1573. Waotu-puketurua Playcentre Thursdays, 9.30am – 12 noon. Caters for 0-6 year olds and their families. 1262 Waotu Road. Contact Rebecca Sneddon 8836822. Tokoroa District Lions Club An all ladies club. Meets 2nd and 4th Monday each month. All fundraising goes back into our community so head along . Contact Maureen 8868217 Liz 8868043. Forestland Patchwork and Quilters Group Meetings held weekly on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10am. TCOSS Building Gate One, Maraetai Rd, Tokoroa.contact Angie 0276091010 South Waikato Embroiderers Guild Second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 10am till 3pm. St Francis Anglican Church lounge, Chris Jacobs 886 8548. Tokoroa Playcentre Every Wednesday and Friday of the school term. 9:45-12:30pm. Free early childhood education for all 0-6yr olds and their parents. Balmoral drive opposite 4 square. Contact Rose 02108293934 Putaruru Choir St Aidan’s Church, Overdale St, every Thursday from 7pm till 8.30pm. $2 per person. Contact Email email@example.com by 5pm on the Friday before publication.
firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary 07 882 1249. Tirau Rural Women Meet monthly on first Wednesday or every month at 1pm. For more information contact Eileen Barker 0274163165 or 8831839. New members most welcome. JP services Do you need the services of a JP? Head along to the Tokoroa library on Wednesday’s from 2pm to 4pm. 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 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.
Go check out the kids at Putaruru College as they perform Ali Baba. Many of the nights are sold out, so get in quick as it’s on this weekend. Contact the college for more details.