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CLUBS

Available to help adults who want to improve their reading, writing, spelling and maths skills. We also help with learner licence at no cost for the learning. At 1292 Pukuatua St. Phone (07) 350 2286, (0212) 043904. Open 9pm to 2pm daily. Rotorua Menz Shed: Meet new faces, learn some wood-working skills or pass on their knowledge to others. Come along and meet us, have a coffee and a chat at 16 Te Ngae Rd, opposite Countdown carpark. Phone (07) 347 8393. Canine Friends: We visit the following rest homes on a regular basis: The Gardens, Fergussons, Glenbrae, Makoha, The Redwoods, Wharearoha and Cantabria. For more information have a look at www.caninefriends.org.nz. Rotorua Parents Centre: A volunteer organisation who have been providing services to the community for more than 40 years and would love to expand membership. Phone (07) 345 3111 email rotorua@parentscentre.org. nz or visit the website at www. parentscentre.org.nz/rotorua. Orienteering Bay of Plenty: OBOP organises orienteering and rogaine foot and mountain bike events in Rotorua and the wider Bay of Plenty. For more information and upcoming events see www.obop.org.nz. Central Lion’s Rugby League: Looking for senior Prem or Reserve grade, junior players of all ages. We are also looking for coaches, managers and referees. Check out www.sportsground.co.nz/centralrl, Facebook; Central Rugby League Amateur Sports Club Rotorua, or text or ring Kerry on (0275) 366 235. Dog Lovers Group: Group for dog lovers to get together to actively help the dogs of Rotorua. Will involve campaigning, walking dogs, and other activities devoted to improve dogs lives. Contact Elaine at elainemander@xtra.co.nz or phone, (07) 3488994 or (027) 322 2339. The Friends of the Rotorua District Library: Supports and promotes the Library, helps acquire additional resources and services as well as encouraging involvement of the community in the activities and needs of the Library. We organise events involving guest speakers, visiting authors and regular newsletters. Book sales on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. Contact through the Library/ Te Aka Mauri. Bay Pride LGBT: Celebrating community, diversity and togetherness, Bay Pride Rotorua is an all-inclusive group that meets monthly in an informal and relaxed setting. All welcome. For information on the next meet-up go to Facebook.com/pridefestival. The Bluff Sports and Recreation Club: Club rooms are open every Friday night from 5pm until late at 12 Waikaukau Rd. Contact Bob (027) 292 8988 or Margie (021) 744 648. Rotorua Anglers Association: Join any Friday night 5pm onward at the club rooms in Pererika St. Family friendly, offer club fishing trips, fly tying and casting tuition. An opportunity to meet fellow anglers and share fishing tips. www.rotoruaanglers.org.nz Mahjong: From 1pm to 4pm on Tuesdays and Fridays, phone (07) 347 6527. Arawa Bowling Club Outdoor Bowls: New members welcome, bowls and coaches available - contact club, (07) 348 0216 or Ian (07) 347 8386.. Lakeview Golf and Country Club Friday Haggle Tee Off: 12pm, register 11.30am. All welcome. Green fee $10, Haggle $5. Contact (07) 357 2341. Coffee, Cheese N Crackers: This group runs every Friday evening at Linton Park Community Centre, 16 Kamahi Place, 6pm to 7.30pm. Whatever it is that's getting you down, Coffee, Cheese ‘n' Crackers is a support group designed for people to get together, have something to eat, and have a chat with others. Lakeside City Aikido: ‘The art of peace'. Come and experience a friendly and fun learning environment, if you want to learn a martial art by improving one's selfintegrity and strength. QE Health, every Wednesday from 5.30pm to 6.30pm and Friday 11am to 12pm. Free classes. For more information contact Tim (021) 087 31419. Kiwi Coffin Club Charitable Trust: 1am to 12 noon at 5 Ti St.

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