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Te Awa­mutu Events Guide as no­ti­fied to the Te Awa­mutu Vis­i­tor

Mu­seum School Hol­i­day Work­shop, Te Awa­mutu Mu­seum. Times de­pend on day and work­shop. Cost: $2 per child or adult su­per­vi­sion re­quired. Book­ings are es­sen­tial for all work­shops, lim­ited spa­ces avail­able. Con­tact: 872 0085.

Stu­dio 2 School Hol­i­day Art Work­shop, 3 Wal­ton Street. Tak­ing place from 10am-2 pm. Chil­dren need to bring their own lunch to the work­shop. Aged: 7-15 years old. Cost: $50 per child. Con­tact: Lee at 021 920 509 or email stu­diot­woin­for­ma­[email protected] Book­ings es­sen­tial.

Con­tin­u­ing Ed­u­ca­tion, Waipa¯ Work­ing­men's Club, 9.30-11.30 am. Speaker: Elaine Cooper. As busi­ness man­ager of Ma¯ hoe Med, she is well qual­i­fied to ex­plain what ser­vices are pro­vided, how it is or­gan­ised, and prospects for the fu­ture. Con­tact: 871 3923, cost $2.

Ki­hik­ihi Po­lice House and Tem­ple Cot­tage Open Day, 20 Lyon Street. Open be­tween 1-3pm. Con­tact: 871 7466 for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

Sprint Rac­ing — Sail­abil­ity Waikato, Lake Nga¯ roto, 9.30am-12.30pm. Con­tact: Michael Malonea 02041066809.

Spring Fair, St John's Angli­can Church. Starts from 9am. Free en­try.

Mount Piron­gia Coun­try Mu­sic Club, 12.30pm, Nga¯ hi­napouri Com­mu­nity Hall. Club Day, all wel­come. For more in­for­ma­tion call 871 5083.

Great Shakes, Methodist Church, Bank Street. Starts at 2pm. Pre­sent­ing Beatrice Hofer and En­core with Rose­mary Barnes, piano. En­try $20.

The Small Print, a trav­el­ling ex­hi­bi­tion of small prints from through­out New Zealand by mem­bers of The Print Coun­cil Aotearoa New Zealand, Stu­dio 2, 3 Wal­ton Street, 9am-4.30pm. Free en­try,

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phone Hi­lary Ra­m­age, 0211615872.

Pon­derosa Coun­try Mu­sic Club, Te Rahu Hall. 12.30-4.30pm. Phone 871 3129.

Ratepay­ers' Union — Con­tin­u­ing Ed­u­ca­tion Group. Waipa¯ Work­ing­men's Club, 9.30am-11.30pm. Speaker: Jor­dan Wil­liams. Con­tact: 871 3923. En­try $2.

Writ­ers, Lyceum Club. Starts at 2pm. Bring pen, pad, and gold coin. Join the cre­ative fun, write pieces in your own unique style. No ex­pe­ri­ence re­quired. En­quiries to Del Mil­lar at 870 4339 or delmil­[email protected]

60s Up, Waipa¯ Work­ing­mans Club, starts at 10.30am. For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact 871 5072.

Te Awa­mutu Coun­try Mu­sic Club, Methodist Hall, 1-4.30pm. Phone 871 2799.

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Branded Coun­try Mu­sic — Spring Hoe-Down, Te Awa­mutu Sport and Re­cre­ation Club, fea­tur­ing a great line-up of na­tional artists. Three Day Event ticket is $40 per per­son, mo­torhome park­ing $20. Con­tact Keith at 0274 290 047 or email kaw­[email protected]

Spe­cial Olympics Te Awa­mutu — Swim Meet, Liv­ing­stone Aquat­ics, 8am3pm. An­nual swim meet for lo­cal and re­gional Spe­cial Olympics Swim­ming Clubs.

Pon­derosa Coun­try Mu­sic Club, Te Rahu Hall. 12.30-4.30pm. Phone 871 3129.

Tu¯ ¯ı & Tama's An­nual Hal­loween Party, Te Awa­mutu Mu­seum, 3.30-5pm. Join Tu¯ ¯ı & Tama for a fun filled af­ter­noon of craft and ac­tiv­i­ties, come dressed as your favourite char­ac­ter. Free En­try. Phone 872 0085.

Te Awa­mutu Light Party, Sel­wyn Park, from 3-8pm. Phone 871 8667 (ext 7), 0212172105, email [email protected]

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