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<square_bul­let>Tai Chi & Qi-gong classes 1.30pm Mon­days Coffs Har­bour Guide Hall, Har­bour Dr from Jan­uary 21. This an­cient art may help im­prove bal­ance, mo­bil­ity and pos­ture. $8 per les­son. De­tails 0425 220 281

Walk­ing for Health, meet our men’s group for a re­laxed 4.5km am­ble and so­cial ev­ery Tuesday. Join War­ren and Dar­ryl in Or­lando St car park, creek side for 8am start. coff­s­coast­[email protected] Coffs Har­bour Aus­tralian

Navy Cadets is a youth or­gan­i­sa­tion fo­cus­ing on youth de­vel­op­ment with a mar­itime theme, spon­sored bTS

Vendetta y and based on val­ues, tra­di­tions and cus­toms of the Royal Aus­tralian Navy. Make new friends, learn team build­ing and lead­er­ship, sail­ing, power boat­ing, ca­noe­ing and mar­itime skills. TS Vendetta pa­rades at their Unit be­side Coffs Har­bour Jetty on Satur­days dur­ing school terms, from 8am sum­mer/au­tumn and 9am winter/spring. De­tails 0423 098 128 or @TSVen­det­taUSC on Face­book. Coffs Har­bour Ro­tary

Club want pre-loved books in rea­son­able con­di­tion for do­na­tion to be sold at Book­fest fund rais­ing event in April. Book Shed at Show­ground open last Sun­day of ev­ery month for drop-offs. ro­tarycoff­shar­bour.org.au 0410 012 998 Coffs Se­niors Com­puter

Club in­vites you to join them Mon­days 9am to 11.30am at Ca­van­bah Cen­tre to learn ev­ery­thing you can do with your com­puter, tablet and mo­bile phone, from the ba­sics of how to turn it on, through to be­gin­ner, in­ter­me­di­ate and ad­vanced classes. This is just as much a so­cial club as a com­puter club. Stay con­nected with the world by mak­ing new friends and learn­ing new skills. De­tails Mary 66581770 evenings Zonta Club of Coffs Har­bour, Inc. Do you want to help us em­power women and girls, through ser­vice and ad­vo­cacy? Meetings first Tuesday of each month, 10.30am, at Park Beach Bowls Club. Come and join in. 0411 463 592 or zon­ta­coff­shar­[email protected] gmail.com

Car­ers Craft Group Tues­days 12.30pm to 3.30pm (come when it suits you), Coffs Neigh­bour­hood Cen­tre, Earl St. Car­ers wel­comed for craft ac­tiv­i­ties, friend­ship and a cuppa. Cost $5. Filipino Car­ers Sup­port Group. Open to all car­ers with Filipino de­scent to meet and so­cialise, second Satur­day of each month. To regis­ter your in­ter­est, con­tact Josephine Grant 0476 278 709, Von­nie Black 0437 553 165 or Nida Eather 0432 863 715. Sawtell Ukulele Group, in­ter­me­di­ates Mon­days 4.30-6.30pm at Sawtell Unit­ing Church, be­gin­ners Wed­nes­days 4.30-5.30pm at Sawtell CWA Hall, ad­vanced be­gin­ners, Wed­nes­days 5.30-6.30pm Sawtell CWA Hall. Info 0421 346 713 or stephanie[email protected]

Cof­fee 4 Blokes Weekly Meet Up. Men’s Group aimed at build­ing broth­er­hood, kin­ship and ca­ma­raderie. Open to men from all walks of life. Peer sup­port and weekly dis­cus­sion in safe, con­fi­den­tial en­vi­ron­ment. Meet ev­ery Fri­day 2pm at “Toogetha” in Moonee St. En­try gold coin do­na­tion in­cludes cuppa. Jonny 0431 737 251 Daugh­ter’s of Des­tiny in­vite women to morn­ing teas hosted ev­ery two months for en­cour­age­ment and sup­port, Toormina Com­mu­nity Cen­tre 10.30am. Guest speak­ers. Cost $10. More info Linda 0481 763 791. Coffs Har­bour Dis­trict Fam­ily His­tory So­ci­ety’s re­search rooms open at rear of 169-171 Rose Ave., Coffs on Tuesday, Wed­nes­day, Thurs­day and Satur­day from 10am-4pm. Mem­bers free, visi­tors $7 per half day. Lo­cal, NSW, in­ter­state and over­seas records are held. Work­shops held fourth Satur­day each month. In­quiries to coff­s­ge­nie @gmail.com or 6651 6126.

Men­tors4Men is a lo­cal men’s sup­port group. Would you like to be a men­tor to other men? The group is ex­pand­ing and re­cruit­ing vol­un­teer men­tors. Train­ing and sup­port is pro­vided. The Men­tors4Men program pro­vides a one-on-one sup­port link to men in need. Group meets Thurs­days at the Neigh­bour­hood Cen­tre, Coffs Har­bour. More info: 0419 258 023 Al-Anon sup­port group for peo­ple af­fected by

some­one else’s drink­ing. You can see what it’s do­ing to them but can you see what it’s do­ing to you? We meet each week on Mon­day at 12.30pm in Pres­by­te­rian Hall op­po­site no. 1 Duke St. Phone 6652 4740, 6651 9685 or visit www.al-anon.org.au U3A (Uni­ver­sity of the

third Age) is a not for profit vol­un­teer or­gan­i­sa­tion aim­ing to pro­vide stim­u­lat­ing learn­ing and so­cial sit­u­a­tions for over 55s. Dur­ing school terms hosting classes in a wide range of top­ics. Join the or­gan­i­sa­tion, pay membership fee you will be able to choose from around 40 classes. De­tails on­line at

coffs.u3anet.org.au or call 0410 083 502 or 0432 016 069 An­chor Friend­ship Peer

Sup­port Group for par­ents/car­ers of chil­dren with dis­abil­ity, meets third Tuesday monthly 12.30pm at Coffs Botanic Garden. Run by Early Links Nortchott. Af­ter­noon tea, guest speaker, chil­dren wel­come. In­quiries 6650 9692. Coffs Har­bour Friendly

Travel Club meets 1pm last Wed­nes­day each month at C.ex Coffs. Day out once a month to dif­fer­ent places, morn­ing tea, lunch and en­try to any at­trac­tions are in­cluded

in cost for the day. 6653 7151 or 6653 1945. Racing Pi­geons Club. Per­sons in­ter­ested in join­ing the Coffs Har­bour Racing Pi­geon Club, in­clud­ing be­gin­ners, are wel­come to con­tact 0431 337 653 or 0438 665 326. Club house is at Rex Hadaker Oval, Hog­bin Dr. Coffs Coast Scot­tish

Coun­try Danc­ing. Come along to a lo­cal dance class, you don’t have to be Scot­tish, wear a kilt or like bag­pipes. Any age or abil­ity. Make friends, boost your fit­ness, No ex­pe­ri­ence or part­ner needed. Call 6654 2484 for de­tails.

SO­CI­ETY DOG: So­cialise your dog, have fun and make new friends with other dog lovers. Monthly walks to dog friendly beaches. Project of An­i­mal Pro­tec­tion As­so­ci­a­tion - pro­mot­ing re­spon­si­ble dog own­er­ship. De­tails: 0409 824 803 or [email protected]­tern­ode.on.net

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