COVID RESTRICTIONS Some events and meetings may not be going ahead under Covid-19 restrictions, please check with organisers. CLUBS/COMMUNITY GROUPS Pa¯ pa¯ moa Rotary: Thursdays, 5.30pm Mako Room, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Community Centre at the Library, 15 Gravatt Road. Guest speaker most evenings. Ph Vivian 0275495379 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 Pa¯ pa¯ moa 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 noon. 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. Cost $5. New members welcome. Phone Mike 0274955284 or Lou 07 575 8184. Te Puke Garden Club: Third Thursday of each month from 1.15pm at Te Puke Bridge Club, everyone welcome. Ph 573 7248. Te Puke Heritage Group: Council Board Room at Te Puke Library. Fourth Thursday of the month from 10am. Ph. Christine 573 4928 or Dorothy 573 8152 or 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 Creative Te Puke Forum: Meet first Tuesday of month. Phone Wendy 573 7680 Book Group: Interested to join a Friends of the Library book group at Pa¯ pa¯ moa Library. For more information Ph Betty 542 4322 Pa¯ pa¯ moa Sunset Women's Circle: Meets 1st Wednesday evening each month. Various speakers, craft and activities. Extra outing at times. Non religious. Phone/text Gaylene 027 542 0260. Te Puke RSA Women's Section: Third Monday of month, 1.30pm, RSA Clubrooms. Ph 573 3396. Te Puke Scouts: Monday 6.30pm 8.30pm, Cubs Tuesday 6pm 7.30pm. Te Puke Scout Den, Stock Rd, Te Puke. Ph Jo 021 149 2070, or email: Pa¯ pa¯ moa 50s Plus: Support group – meetings and trips, friendship and support. Trips every second Thursday. Meetings every fourth week - Thursday 10am. Ph Pa¯ pa¯ moa Support Centre, 574 7170. Te Puke Widows Group: Third Wednesday of month, meet for a meal. Ph Joy 573 4332. International Women's Group: Last Friday of month, shared pot luck lunch, for migrant women and New Zealanders new to the area. Contact Maketu¯ Rotary Club: Wednesday, 6pm, Maketu¯ Community Health, Wilson Rd. Maureen 0212671685. Te Puke Kiwicoast Lions: Second and fourth Tuesday, 6pm, Settlers Lounge. Ph 533 4345 Rotoehu, Te Puke Rural Women NZ: Third Thursday of month, Methodist Church 4pm start. Ph Maureen 573 5190 or Margaret 533 3681. Pa¯ pa¯ moa Beach WI: Third Tuesday of month, 11am, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Sports Centre. Ph Shirley 542-0756. Te Puke Forest & Bird: Phone 575 2662 Te Puke Friendship Club: Meets 2nd Wednesday of every month at Te Puke Bowling Club, Palmer Place, Te Puke. Come with a friend, suitable for retired, semi- retired who enjoy company. Barbara 021 240 2325. Te Puke-paengaroa WI: Second Thursday of month, 1.15pm. Te Puke. Ph Val 573 7804 Kauri Centre: A day activity programme for seniors. Wednesday and Thursday 9am – 3pm. Ph Carol Clendon 574-7170 or Colin Oomen 021 135 9090 Pa¯ pa¯ moa Scouts: For 6 to 14 year olds, Mondays, Papamoa Surf Club. Keas & Cubs: 5pm – 6.30pm. Scouts 6.30pm – 8.30pm. Ph James 542-0318. U3A Beachside: Learning organisation for older members of the community. Various interest groups. Contact: COMMUNITY SERVICES JP Service Centre: Thursdays 10.30am- 12.30pm, Te Puke Anglican Church. Te Puke Coffee & Conversation: Second of the month, 10.30am – 11.30am, Te Puke RSA. Ph Georgina Coates 027 573 4919 . Essential Tremor Support Group: Meets monthly, various venues, for coffee/tea, friendship, sharing, information and laughter. Phone Kathy on 07 579 1994. Free English lessons: Every Friday at Plunket Rooms 10.30am to 11.30am. And more information about driving lessons. Contact Rupal Phone 021 032 5962 or Alcoholics Anonymous: Reflections at Te Puke Baptist Church. Corner Malyon St and Station Rd, Wednesdays 7.30pm – 8.30pm. Ph 0800 229 6757 (0800AAWORKS). Maketu¯ Health and Social Services: Provides the following services and supports – diabetes, tamariki ora, youth drug and alcohol, anti-bullying, kaumatua, domestic violence, mental health and mirimiri, 3 Little Waih¯ı Road, Maketu¯ . Ph 07 533 2551. JP Service Centres: Wednesday 10am – noon, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Library; Thursday 10.30am– 12.30pm, Te Puke Anglican Church. The Hub Te Puke: Counsellors by appointment Tuesday-thursday, 32 Jocelyn Street. Ph 07 975 0157. Te Puke Foodbank, Social work services on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10am-1pm and Budgeting services Mon, Wed and Fri 9:30-3pm DANCE & MUSIC Serenata Singers: If you love to sing we’d love you to join us. Thursdays 10am – 11.30am, Methodist Church Hall, 2 Oroua St, Te Puke. Ph Anne 572 3130. Te Puke Country Music Club: Third Sunday of Month, 1pm, Te Puke Citizen’s RSA. Jellicoe Street. Ph Colleen 573 9360 Sequence Dancing in Te Puke: Every Monday evening at Citizens RSA, Te Puke from 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Free, everyone welcome, partners required. Ph Ally 573 7632 or 027 654 1569 Pa¯ pa¯ moa Country Music Club: Meets 4th Sunday month 1pm4.30pm, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Sports & Recreation Centre. Members a plate please. Visitors and non PCMC members $4 (includes afternoon tea). Ph Mike Feisst 0274 597 505. Te Puke & District Highland Pipe Band: Tuesday, 6.15pm, Baptist Church, learners earlier. Ph Sue 573 8890 or 027 447 6673.