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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 work­shop

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.

Some­thing good

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 the­good­col­lec­ .

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