Circus Park crane
Exploratory work on one of Seddon Park’s four floodlight towers has started. Lights on the tower on the southwestern side of the park are being removed. From June 12, preparatory work to remove the headframe from the tower will be undertaken. The city council says that although there are no traffic implications, pedestrians and cyclists may need to detour outside Circus Park while the crane is in operation.
Creative Waikato is running a workshop in collaboration with creative coach and local poet Stephanie Christie. Sharing creative work with other people comes with its own unique challenges, Christie says. Using practical exercises and focused conversations, the day-long workshop on Saturday June 16 will help participants to start safely sharing their creative work. People can register for the workshop through Creative Waikato’s website or by calling 0508 427 892.
An initiative called The Good Collective aims to provide more business nous to the charitable and not-for-profit sector in the Waikato to move them from surviving to thriving. The Good Collective is inviting members of the charitable and not-for-profit sector to attend a workshop in Hamilton to provide feedback to help shape the offerings and operations of the collective. The workshop is 9am to 11am on Thursday, June 14 at The Link, Corner River Road and Te Aroha Street. To find out more visit thegoodcollective.org.nz .