What’s On in Te Awamutu for August

Te Awamutu Events Guide August 2017

5 Hamilton Civic Choir Present 5,4,3,2,1 – Conductor Timothy Carpenter, 2pm, St John’s Church.
Adults $20, seniors & students $10, door sales only.

5 Waikato Rodeo Association Fundraiser Ball, Te Awamutu Rugby & Sports Club,
6.30pm to 1am. RSVP & Ticket purchase by 27th June to Shelley Patterson
Patterson.hanham@xtra.co.nz or Cookie Johnson gfh@actrix.co.nz

5 Mainstream Green – How I Broke Up with Plastic + Beeswax Wrap Demo,
10.30am – 12noon, Te Awamutu Library, FREE.
Come along to hear Nicola talk about her philosophies and journey of going plastic free,
including tips, hacks and tricks PLUS learn how to make a beeswax wrap!

6 St John’s Church, Arawata St, He Raised Me Up, songs of praise to sing or listen.
1.30pm – 3.30pm, afternoon tea served, koha appreciated

7 Plunket PEPE Course ‘Growing your Baby’, Te Awamutu Plunket room 10am – 12noon for 6 weeks.
For more information or to book text TA PEPE to 021 262 4960.
Email: Bernadette.murphy@plunket.org.nz

10 Save the Children, Quiz Night, 6.30pm, Te Awamutu RSA, $10pp.
Funds raised will go to the starving situation in East Africa.
To register your team of 4 phone Susan 07 871 4426

13 Mount Pirongia Country Music Club, Club Day, Ngahinapouri Community Hall, 12.30pm, all welcome.
Noeline Gaye 07 871 5683.

16 A Celebration of Floral Design, 11am – 3pm, Bible Chapel, Chapel Drive, Admission
$15 includes, viewing, lunch & demonstration, door sales available

16 Climate Change Documentary Screenings, 6.30pm – 7.30pm. Te Awamutu Library, FREE.
A riveting account of the dramatic changes now occurring around the world due to climate change.
Pick up a brochure from the library for more information.

19-20 Otorohanga Steamfest 2017, 10am – 5pm, Otorohanga Railway Station Precinct.
Tickets from www.steamfest.co.nz

20 Te Awamutu Country Music Club, Methodist Hall, 261 Bank St,
contact Ruth Cunningham 07 871 2799

23 Waikato Environment Centre – Grow Your Own Food, Te Awamutu Library,
6.15pm – 7.45pm, FREE. An introduction to the why and how of creating a productive garden
regardless of the space you have available. Using permaculture principles,
we will look at how we can grow our own food that is healthy for
our families and restorative to the environment.

31 Te Awamutu Community Public Relations Organisation AGM, 7pm at the
Burchell Pavilion, guest speakers Paul Yeo, Tourism New Zealand and Tony Roxburgh,
Waipa District Council will speak about the proposed Discovery Centre. All welcome.