Cambridge Edition

Operation cover up (knitter and natters):


Breastfeed­ing Support:

Join us for our free monthly meeting on all things breastfeed­ing related. Full details on FB LLLCambrid­geNZ or contact via lalechelea­, Cambridge Parents Centre, 22A Taylor Street, Cambridge 3434

1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, Baptist Church, from 1.15pm. Contact Pat, 827 1910 or Rosaline, 823 5360.

Rotopiko Wetlands, Ohaupo:

The National Wetland Trust welcomes volunteers for weeding, planting, minor building work, to restore this reserve and create a Wetland Education Centre. Meets fortnightl­y, Friday afternoons. Info, Karen 021 031 2716.

The last Saturday of every month, 10am-1pm, Bridges Church and Community Centre, 28 Duke St. No market in January and February.

Dutch Market: CSA Painting Place:

Thornton Road. Painters meet on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings 10am-midday to paint and socialise. For beginners and experience­d artists. Info: 022 371 3018 Cambridge Bowling Club: Rollup 1 pmThursday and Saturday. New and experience­d bowlers of all ages most welcome. Bowls provided. For further informatio­n ring Margaret 027 756 1288 or email: info@cambridgeb­, Cambridge Bowling Club, 37 Thornton Road, Cambridge

Cambridge Grey Power General Meeting:

The first Wednesday of every month, 1.30pm at

Community Centre Taylor Street. Info: David Wilson 823-2425.

meets the last Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm.Come along and enjoy some great photograph­y. For beginners and experience­d. Info Call Angela 0274268734., Resthaven Village Centre, 4 Vogel Street, Cambridge

Cambridge Camera Club: Cambridge Embroidery Group:

First and third Thursday of the month, 10.30am-2pm at The Views Craft Room, Resthaven Village Centre, 4 Vogel Street, Cambridge. Info: Vivienne 8278668., 4 Vogel Street, Cambridge.

Cambridge Genealogy Group:

Meet second Tuesday of the month 7.30pm at Community Centre 22 Taylor Street. Door fee $4. Share and learn genealogy research. Info: Bruce: 823 0012., 22 Taylor Street, Cambridge.

Cambridge Brass Band:


every Wednesday night at the band rooms, 26a Vogel St. Auxiliary Band at 5.45pm (during term time) and Senior Band at 6.45pm. Info: secretary@cambridgeb­rassband.

Hillcrest Garden Club:

Meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm, from Feb-Nov. St Francis Community Church Lounge, Hillcrest, access from Morrinsvil­le Rd or Mansell Ave. Info: Diana 856 5255.

Repair Workshop:

Get support with repairs and share your repair skills with household items & clothing. 10am-12noon, 2nd Sunday of each month, upstairs at Meraki Workspace, 32 Victoria St.

Every Sunday at the Cambridge Cosmopolit­an Club, 89-94 Burns Street, Leamington from 1.45pm to 4pm except public holidays. Info: 827 7006.

Tae Kwon Do training sessions. This is a self defence martial art. Mondays and

Thursdays at 6pm at the Senior

Bingo-Housie: Martial Arts:

Citizens Hall Milich Place, families welcome. Info: 021 299 4872.

Wemeet every Wednesday for 2 hours of singing and playing ukelele. We have all ages and playing ability and we play a variety of music. Call Lynn 0276884021., Cambridge Raceway, Taylor Street,

Riverside Ukes: Exercise Class:

Movement and Ability Strengthen­ing Exercise Class for people with Parkinson’s Disease. Every Wednesday at The Studio Community Health and Fitness Centre, Leamington Rugby Clubrooms, 36 Carlyle Street. Info: Julie 027 296 6003.

Cruisers Rock ‘n’ Roll Club weekly dance at Hautapu Hall, Thursday, 6.45pm-8.40pm. Junior lessons commence at 6pm, adults $5, children $2. Info: Colleen 021

160 3725.

Rock ‘n’ roll: Counterpun­ch Parkinson’s Boxing:

Fighting against Parkinson’s Disease. Friday at 10am at The Studio Community Health and Fitness Centre, Leamington

Every Saturday morning, quaint farmers’ market with lovely atmosphere and live music. Buy fresh, local goods and enjoy chats with the producers. Victoria Square, 8am-midday.

Free weekly 5km timed run each Saturday. It’s you against the clock. Park Run from the Avantidrom­e, 15 Hanlin St. 8am Coffee afterwards at The Bikery.

The second Sunday of every month at the community gardens at new venue Cambridge Senior Citizens Associatio­n Hall off Milicich Place. Starts at 2pm and everyone is welcome to come and have a cuppa and chat then swap any excess from your gardens, such as fruit or vege, preserves or even baking and share it with others. Info: 021 918 331.

Training sessions. This is a self defence martial art. Mondays and Thursdays at 6pm at the Senior Citizens Hall Milich Place, families welcome. Info: 021 299 4872.

Exercise: Cambridge Crop Swap: Tae Kwon Do: Waipa Wranglers’ Line Dance:

Waipa Wranglers’ Line Dance: Class every Tuesday 12.30pm to 2.30pm. Beginners to Advanced. Info: Gilly 0274913450., Senior Citizens’ Hall, Milicich Place, Cambridge.

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