What’s On March 2019

1st       World Day of Prayer
Methodist Church, 261 Bank Street, from 10am
“Come – Everything Is Ready”
A service prepared by World Day of Prayer Committee, Slovenia.

2nd      Maungatautari / Sanctuary Mountain Family Day 

8.30am – 4pm Tari Road, Pukeatua. Contact: 07 870 5180.

2nd      Special Olympics Te Awamutu – Fundraising Dinner

Te Awamutu Events Centre, starting at 6pm, Tickets $120

Guest speakers: Kevin Walters, Glen Lazarus. Auction/Cash Bar.

Contact: Shelly Blair at 027 2891 977,

Michael Crook at 021 103 7662 or

teawamutu@specialolympics.org.nz

3rd       Waikato Ulysses & Child Cancer Foundation Charity Motorcycle Ride

 start and finish at Selwyn Park, 9:30am to 11:45pm.

Join to show your support to the kids and heir families.

Theme: “Guardians & Angels: dress up”, dress up as a kid’s hero

and dress your bike in toys.

3rd       Children’s Day

Little Theatre, Corner of Palmer and Vaile St.

Three short (30 min) shows – 9:30am, 10:30am, and 11:30am.

Free entry. Enquiries to 021 945 953.

6th       Te Awamutu Genealogy Group

St John’s Ambulance Hall, Palmer Street, from 7pm.

Scottish Genealogist, Graeme MacKenzieTracing your ancestors

in the Highlands of Scotland”. Entry cost: $10.

Contact person: Christine Ball – 07 871 5827.

6th       Hearing Expo

Te Awamutu Events Centre, 3 Selwyn Lane, 10am – 4pm.

Hosted by Te Awamutu Hearing Association. Gold coin donation.

Contact for more info: gstarrmm@gmail.com.

9th       Sailability Waikato – Mark Foy

Lake Ngaroto, Bank Road from Paterangi Road.

Briefing starts 2:30pm, Sailability from 9:30am to 12:30pm.

Contact: Michael Malone, 020 410 66809

10th     Mount Pirongia Country Music Club

 Ngahinapouri Community Hall, club day, all welcome.

Contact Noeline 07 871 5083

11th     Club CHAMPS

Waipa Workingman’s Club, Albert Park Drive, 6:00pm to 8:30pm.

Free training for Sports Clubs and licensed premises, Fire Safety Compliance, Training Plans,Local Updates. Supper provided.

Contact: David Hall 021 192 3715 or Rebecca Foy  027 475 7747.

13th     This is Me

T A Library Community Room, Selwyn Park, 5:30pm to 7:30pm.

us what physical activity opportunities for women and girls you would like to see in your community.

Please RSVP to Rebecca Foy by 6 March. Contact: 07 823 2510 or waipa@sportwaikato.org.nz.

14th     Tokanui Reunion

 R.S.A Te Awamutu, 381 Alexandra Street,

10:30am to 12:30pm. Contact: Lona 020 413 58327.

16th     Autumn Fair

St John’s Anglican Church, 162 Arawata Street

 9am to 1pm

17th     Te Awamutu Country Music Club

Methodist Hall, 261 Bank Street.

1pm – 4:30pm. Contact: 07 871 279

20th     Ponderosa Country Music Club

Te Rahu Hall. 12-30pm-4:30pm.

Contact: 07 871 3129

22nd    Talk with Alana Scott (The Gut-Friendly Cookbook)

T A Library Community Room, Selwyn Park, from 6:30pm.

RSVP to Hannah.May@waipadc.govt.nz or call 07 872 0055.

Book sales available on the night.

23rd     Sailability Waikato – Teams Racing

Lake Ngaroto, Bank Road from Paterangi Road.

Briefing 2:30pm, Sailability 9:30am to 12:30pm.

Contact: Michael Malone 02041066809.

23rd     Rural Women New Zealand – Pokuru Branch

T A Club, 42 Alexandra Street, from 11am.

They invite you to their 70th birthday celebrations

R.S.V.P. to mumlambeth@hotmail.com.

24th     Ponderosa Country Music Club

Te Rahu Hall. 12-30pm-4:30pm.

Contact: 07 871 3129

29th     Te Awamutu RSA 1919-2019 Centennial

On March 29th 2019 the T A RSA will be 100 years old

31st     Te Awamutu Country Music Club

Methodist Hall, 261 Bank Street. 1pm – 4:30pm.

Contact: 07 871 2799

31st     Te Awamutu Genealogy Group – Kihikihi Cemetery Walk

Start Kihikihi town hall for slide show before walk,  at 1:30pm.

Enjoy a walk through Kihikihi Cemetery and learn about the history

of the early settlers. Contact Person: Dot Nicholson – 07 870 1932.