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Performing Arts Classes: Mondays: 3.30pm – Dance & Drama (5-7y/o), 4.20pm Dance (8-10y/o), 5.20pm Dance (11-13y/o), 6.30pm Fun Dance Class for Adults. No dance experience required. Senior Citizens Hall, 24 Church Street, Te Aroha. Enrol at ppamnz.com. Contact Rebekah 0273875702 After school activities: tap, ballet; games and teen hangout; guitar, piano, drums; acting, musical theatre; creative kids art. Details at Future Te Aroha 07 884 9489 futureta@xtra.co.nz or facebook. com/futuretear­oha

Chess: all ages and skill levels welcome, $2. Wednesdays from 4pm at Future Te Aroha

Dance Fit: adult tap and ballet $5 per session. Wednesdays 11am Future Te Aroha 0272800294 Huimai Playcentre: Sessions on Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9.30-12.30pm. School terms only. Contact us on (07) 887 6622 or huimai@playcentre.org.nz for more info. 32 Seifert Road, Tauhei,


Te Aroha Learn Ukulele group: Thursday, 7pm. Come and learn to play Ukulele, $10 includes refreshmen­ts and Songsheets, fun sessions. John – 0220 499599 tearohauke@gmail.com. Future Te Aroha, 13 Boundary St, Te Aroha. Mookuleles: Every Tuesday, 7pm. Great songs and good company, $10 refreshmen­ts & songsheets included. New member welcome. John, 0220 499 599, info@mookuleles.com. Morrinsvil­le Community House, 43, Canada st. Social Badminton: Every Tuesday. 6.30pm until 8pm. All welcome, racquets are available to use. Silver Fern Farms Event Centre, Stanley ave, Te Aroha

Bricks for Kids: Te Aroha Library every Wednesday, 3.30pm. Morrinsvil­le library, every Thursday, 3.30pm. Free hour session for anyone over 5 to come along and build with bricks.

Wriggle and Rhyme: Every Friday at the Morrinsvil­le Library, 10am. Free music and stories for children under 2.

Toddler Time: Every Tuesday at the Te Aroha Library and Wednesdays at Morrinsvil­le Library, 11am. Free stories and songs for children under 5.

PlayGym Te Aroha: Mondays, 9.30am-10.20am & 10.30-11.20am at Piako Gymnastics Club. Classes for 2 to 5 years, corner of Lispey and Burgess Sts. Ph: 0210249094­7. PlayGym Morrinsvil­le:

Wednesday, 9.30am-10.20am Piako Gymnastics Club classes for 2 to 5 years, Morrinsvil­le Bible Church Anderson Street. Ph: 0210249094­7. Morrinsvil­le Community Playgroup: Monday, 9:30am-11am, Campbell Hall, Knox Presbyteri­an Church, Canada St. New families welcome.

Tao Do Martial Arts Waihou: Tuesdays and Thursdays 6.30pm8.00pm. Waihou Hall, Second Avenue.

Yoga classes: Morrinsvil­le Lyceum Club, 6pm on Mondays and Thursdays. All welcome.

Group fitness (Boot Camp):

Every Tuesday. An hour long bootcamp style fitness session. Class styles vary from week to week David Street school, 45 David street, Morrinsvil­le.

Waitoa Red Cross opportunit­y shop: Open Tuesday, 10am-1.30pm. Morrinsvil­le Newcomers Network: Cafe´ gathering. Anyone welcome. Ronnie’s Cafe, 231 Thames Street, 3rd Wednesday of every month, 11am. For info go to www.newcomers.co.nz

Irish dance classes (men/ women): Beginners welcome, Wednesday night, 7.30pm to 8.30pm. Senior Citizen Hall, Morrinsvil­le.

Waikato Justices of the Peace Associatio­n: Service desk, Te Aroha Citizens’ Advice Bureau, 137 Whitaker St, Wednesdays 11am to 1pm. No appointmen­t necessary. Te Aroha Toy Library: Child free session Wednesdays, 7:30pm to 8:45pm. Children welcome on alternate Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 11:30am. St David’s Parish, Church St.

Morrinsvil­le Air Training Corps: Parade, ATC Hall, corner Lorne and Allen Streets, Wednesday, 6pm. Stretching for men and women: stay strong, stay agile. Mondays 9.30-10.30am Wear comfy clothes. Future Te Aroha. $2

Wallace Gallery: Art Chat, third Thursday of month. 10.30-11.30am. Morning tea provided. Gold coin donation.

Selwyn Centre: Exercise and social time for over 65s at the Hub, St Matthew’s Church, Thames St, Thursday, 9:30am.

Domain Gallery: Te Aroha Arts Centre, run by volunteers on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 11am to 4pm, behind the Te Aroha i-SITE in Whitaker St. Morrinsvil­le Country Market: (A Morrinsvil­le Lions & Rotary Club project), Canada St, first Saturday of month, 8:30am to 12:30pm. Farmers Market: for Te Aroha & District Riding for the Disabled, Waihou Tavern carpark, State Highway 26, 9:30am to 1.30pm, second Sunday of the month. Local produce, gifts, crafts, entertainm­ent.

Free Fruit for All: Sunday, 1pm to 4pm, Te Aroha Community Garden, Rewi St. Produce not taken on the day will be donated to the Te Aroha Food Bank.

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