Te Puke Times - 2021-06-10




Friday Arvo Craft Group

BOP Orchid Society: Second Sunday of month, 1.30pm, Masonic Lodge, Oxford St, Te Puke. Ph Faye Diprose 573 9710 Te Puke Floral Art Group: Fourth Monday of month, 1pm, Methodist Church lounge. Ph Val 573 7804 Te Puke Garden Club: Third Thursday of month, will be at 1pm (instead of the usual 1.15pm), Bridge Club, Queen Street, Te Puke. Ph 573 5051 Pa¯ pa¯ moa Garden Circle: Meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 1.00 pm in the Surfbreaker Room , Pa¯ pa¯ moa Sport and Recreation Centre off Parton Rd. Visitors and new members welcome. Phone Marilyn 542 0762 HEALTH Asthma Centre Clinic: Second Tuesday of month, Te Puke Community Health Centre. Ph Asthma Centre, 577-6738. Cancer Society Support Group: Open to anyone living with, or caring for, someone with cancer. Meet 10am on the third Tuesday of each month. Te Puke Library boardroom. Ph 07 571 2035. Te Puke Clinic Sexual Health Clinic: Walk in clinic every Wednesday 9am-noon to 3pm. At Te Puke Community Health Centre, Commerce Lane behind Z Petrol Station. Ph 573 0009. Free and confidential service for sexual health checks, contraception, condoms, STI screening. SPORT & LEISURE Te Puke Harriers: Meet every Saturday), 2pm at Centenniel Park, Atuaroa Ave. Ph Selwyn 573 4432. Te Puke Smallbore Rifle Club: Monday, 7pm, Smallbore rifle range, cnr main Highway and Atuaroa Ave. Ph 573-4566. Citizens RSA Indoor Bowls: Wednesday 7.30pm, Monday 1pm. Bujinkan Ninjutsu: A unique selfdefence based martial art. Classes at Te Puke Girl Guide Hall, Wednesdays 7pm — 9pm. Ph or text Mike 027 765 4015. Te Puke Junior Cricket Club: For Primary and Intermediate children. Have A Go Cricket and Saturday games. Ph Shane Dowling 573-4344 or Lyn Govenlock 573-7642. Te Puke Swimming Club: Ages 3 and up. Ph Kathryn Pettigrew 027 4079 614. email Te Puke Athletics: For ages 2 to 14, Wednesday 5.30 — 7pm, Litt Park. Ph Ethney 027 849 3225. Te Puke Fun & Fit: Low-impact exercise, Monday and Thursday, 9.15am, Baptist Church Hall, Station Road, Te Puke. Ph Christine 572 5055. Te Puke Gymsport: Gymnastics for all, Parkour and Competitive classes, Pre-school up to Teenage/ adult. Ph 573 4572 or email or go to Women on Wheels Cycle Group: Monday 9am. Ph Maggie 533 3982 or Susan 533 3036. 50s Forward: Low-impact aerobics, Monday and Friday, 9am — 10am, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Sports and Recreation Centre. Ph Rita 542 1678. Karate classes: All ages Tuesday and Thursday, Pa¯ pa¯ moa. Ph Joseph 0800 780 6180. Tauranga MTB Club: Wednesday night mountain biking for women at Redwoods Rotorua. Beginners onward. Ph Chrissi or Marty 533 1182; Thursday night ride at Redwoods Rotorua. Ph Marty 533 1182. Pukehina Indoor Bowls: Wednesday 7.15pm, Pukehina Beach Community Hall. Ph 533 3413. Black Dragon Ju Jitsu: Tuesday 6.30 — 8pm, Fairhaven School. Ph 021 234 9921 or 027 303 1915. Te Puke Bridge Club: 4 Queen Street. Monday and Friday afternoons at 1pm and Tuesday evenings 7pm. Function room for hire. Contact June Day Ph 573 9113 Te Puke Squash Club: Landscape Rd, Te Puke. President Shane Mulcahy phone 0273276048, Membership and booking enquiries ph Fiona on 0225734090. The club is open 24/7 for members to book courts. Casual court hire $20 for 45 minutes slot. squashtepuke/ Housie Nights: Every second Tuesday of the month at the Te Puke Bowling Club from 6.30pm Ph 573 9709. Te Puke Pony Club: Second Saturday during season, Showgrounds Rd, Te Puke. Ph 07 322 2272. Citizens RSA: Darts Club Wednesday 7.15pm. Citizens RSA: Women’s section, meet 3rd Monday of the month 1.30pm. Ph Alice 573 3396 Te Puke Senior Citizens Club: Lyceum Club Rooms, Bolivia Wed 1pm-4pm. Friday, 500, cards, Rummy Kub 1pm-3pm. All welcome. Ph Doreen 573 8867 or Brian 573 8465 MARKETS Car boot sale: First Saturday of month, Evans Rd Church, Pa¯ pa¯ moa, $5/ car. Ph 021 1338 986. Maketu¯ Market: Third and fifth Sunday of month, set up from 7am — 12pm, Maketu¯ Village Reserve. Ph Maureen 021 267 1685. Car boot sale: Last Saturday of month, 7am — 11am, sausage sizzle, Te Puke Cits Club. Pa¯ pa¯ moa Lions Markets: Second and fourth Sunday, 7am-noon, Gordon Spratt Reserve, Pa¯ pa¯ moa. Ph Adam 021 266 8922. ARTS & CRAFTS Crafts & Laughs: Every Friday 9am -3pm $5 incl morning teas and use of tools. 8 Tui St. Ph Deborah 027 4303 781 or 573 5041 Handcraft House: Meets Mondays 1pm — 4pm inside Te Puke Baptist Church building. No cost, and a cuppa, no child minding available. Bring your own craft and enjoy good company. Ph Marcia 573 6152. Te Puke Creative Fibre: Second and fourth Tuesday, 10am — 3pm, Revival Fellowship Church, Seddon St. Ph Leigh 573 5668 or Margaret 573 4609. :1pm— 5pm. Afternoon tea, gold coin. Ph Jannz 573 4228 or text 027 272 3913. Craft Cafe: Thursday, 9.30am — 11.30am, $2, incl morning tea, Baptist Church Te Puke. Ph Lyn 542 3001. Te Puke Art Society: Thursday, Constables Gallery, 9.30am — midafternoon. Beginners welcome. Ph Necia Mckinley 533 1087 or Marie Brown 573 4442. Teddy Bears: Third Friday of month, bear-makers get-together, 10am — 3pm. Ph Wendy 573-4465. Te Puke Quilters: Tuesdays, 9.30am — 3pm, patchwork, needlework, crafts. Constables Gallery. Ph Joe 573 5668. St Paul’s Friendship Group: Crafts, games, fun and friendship, Thursday, 10am, St Paul’s Church, 242 Dickson Rd, Papamoa, $2. Ph Anne 572 5522 CHILDREN/ PARENTING Te Puke Library: Baby Book Boogie, Pukapuka Kanikani Pepi. Wednesday 10.30am — 11am, stories, rhymes and fun times for 0-2 year olds, during school terms. Read Sing Move (formally Little Kiwis), Friday 10.30am — 11am, story time fun for under 5’s. Mainly Music: Tuesday, 10am, for pre-schoolers and caregivers. Te Puke Baptist Church. $2 per child. Pongakawa Playcentre: Tuesday &Thursday, 9.30am — noon, Old Coach Rd. Next to Pongakawa School. Ph 533 3250. Family Support Services: Social workers available, Community Care Centre, 100 Jellicoe St. Ph 573-5614. Te Puke Toy Library: Open Wednesday to Saturday 10am-1pm. Join to hire fun toys. Friday playgroup with an additional feature playgroup on the last Friday of each month. Coffee and tea provided. 7 Stock Rd St . Phone 027 263 9309. Le Club Francais: All primaryaged students, Monday, 3.30pm, St Andrew’s Hall, Oxford St, Te Puke. Ph Karyn 022 635 6595. Te Puke Playcentre: Tuesday — Thursday, 9am-noon, 3 Stock Rd (off King St). Ph 573-7537. CLUBS/COMMUNITY GROUPS Te Puke Repertory Society: Creating quality community theatre. Contact Di Leach 027478906 or email LOL Laughter Wellness Group: Each Thursday 10.30 -11.15am in the gym at the Te Puke Baptist Church, cnr station Rd & Malyon St, and Te Puke Community Menz Shed: 86B No 3 Road. Meet 9am Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We repair, fix and mend indoor and outdoor equipment and household goods, bring your project and enjoy some good company. New members welcome. Phone Malcom 027 4876 952, Te Puke Friendship Club: Meets 2nd Wed of each month at 9.45am at Te Puke Bowling Club, Palmer Place, Te Puke. Bring a friend. Suitable retired or semi-retired people who enjoy company. Phone Barbara 573 4398 Pa¯ pa¯ moa Rotary: Thursdays, 6.00pm Mako Room, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Community Centre at the Library, 15 Gravatt Road. Guest speaker, most evenings. Ph Vivian 027 549 5379 or Walking Group: Leave from WOMP Headquarters, 2 Dunlop Road. Mondays 10am. Open to all fitness levels. Check Facebook for details. Ph Gillian 027 405 5913. Te Puke Amateur Radio Club Inc: meet 1pm Saturdays at clubrooms, rear of Paengaroa Community Hall, 4 Old Coach Rd. Ph/text 027 2488 664 Papamoa Beach Women’s Institute: Meet on third Tuesday of each month at 11am at Papamoa Sports and Social Centre, Parton Rd. Pa¯ pa¯ moa Senior Bowls: Fridays. Names in by 12.15pm. Ph Geoff 021 0248 0293 Te Puke Young Farmers Club: Regular fun and social activities. Check the ‘Te Puke Young Farmers’ Facebook page. 500 Cards: Monday nights at the Te Puke Bridge Club, 4 Queen St, Te Puke, starts 7pm. New members very welcome, $4. Phone Lou 07 573 8184 or Mike 027 4955 284 Te Puke Garden Club: Third Thursday of each month from 1.15pm at Te Puke Bridge Club, everyone welcome. Ph 573 5051 Mah Jong: Te Puke Lyceum Club rooms Palmer crt. Every Thursday and Sunday 12.45pm — 4pm new experienced, learners and visitors always welcome. Ph Gig Green 027 4306 383 or 573 5355. Te Puke Genealogy Group: Council Committee Room, via the Te Puke Library, second Saturday 10am — noon, for new members, and the fourth Thursday 10am — 3pm for research and guest speaker. Ph Graham 533-1571. Cuppa and Chat morning: First Tuesday of month, 10am — 11.30am. Methodist Church Hall cnr Oroua and Jellicoe Sts. Ph Edith 573 7649. Kiwi Toasters: Every first, third and fifth Wednesday from 5.30pm — 7pm at 3 Palm Springs Boulevard, Pa¯ pa¯ moa in the Beachaven Family Services room next to the Pharmacy. Enquiries to Chrissy 543 9493 or email


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