Hastings Leader - 2021-10-13




DAILY Volunteering Hawke's Bay: For all your volunteering requirements. Volunteer now by joining or call us on 022 503 9271, Level 5 215 Railway Road, Hastings. The phone news HB: Free news service for those who cannot hold or read a newspaper. Phone 280 5051 and follow the prompts. Peoples advocacy society: Free service available to anyone seeking advice and assistance in dealing with Work and Income and IRD and the general field of welfare. 9.30am-1.30p.m. Level 5, 215 Railway Road, Hastings 4122. Ph 06 650 6412 or Hawke's Bay families of deaf children: Family group, run by families of deaf children, to provide opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing children, and their families, across Hawke's Bay. For more information email, phone 0272 HB DEAF or visit HBFDCInc. Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawke's Bay needs male mentors. Make a difference in our community. Find out more about becoming a volunteer mentor to a young person aged 6 to 11 years at hawkesbay or email Kiwi Conservation Club (KCC) When: monthly Info: Offers monthly naturebased activities for primary and intermediate aged children and their families. Phone Marcia on 845 3314 or visit MONDAY Steady As You Go A strength and balance exercise programme designed to improve your leg strength, flexibility, general fitness and wellbeing to prevent falls and injuries. Attending one of these classes is also a great way to meet new people. Where: Hastings Age Concern Building When: Every Monday at 10am Where: The Station Church Raureka When: Every Friday at 10am Cost: $3 for members, $4 for non-members Contact: (06) 870 9060 or email hpc@ageconhb. Family history — genealogy: NZ Soc of Genealogists HB Branch meets Stoneycroft House, 901 Omahu Rd, Hastings, third Monday at 7.15 pm, fourth Monday from 9.30 am. All welcome. Enquiries to Margaret 843 2272 or email nz Hawke's Bay homebirth support group: Last Monday of month, 10am. Details on the lending library, clothing exchange and venue, ph Rachel 845 2660. Childbirth education with parents centre: Seven week course, covering birth and beyond, ph 835 3743 to leave msg. Combined rebus club: Te Mata, Havelock North meets on the fourth Monday of the month, Havelock North Function Centre, 30 Te Mata Road, 10am. New members welcome. Phone Ian 877 5528 or Sally 878 2229. Low-cost counselling: Monday to Friday first session free then $5-$50 at the Heretaunga Women's Centre. Phone 878 5401 Pippins - Girl Guiding: Raureka Pippins (5&6 yo) meets every Monday 5-6pm during school terms at Arahura Guide Hall, inside Ebbett Park, Gordon Road. For more information visit registration/ Rangers - Girl Guiding: Ruahine Rangers (121⁄2-17yo) meets every Monday 6-7.30pm during school terms at Arahura Guide Hall, inside Ebbett Park, Gordon Road. For more information visit nz/registration/ TUESDAY Mindfulness: We have a group for people 65 and older that helps you to let go for a while of your worries and anxieties, and concerns about past and future. We chat for a few minutes about aspects of mindfulness, and then settle in to experience the feeling of bliss that comes from the extraordinary calm of a guided meditation. Every Tuesday at 10am for one hour, and we follow it up with a cuppa and a chat. Age Concern Hastings 415 Heretaunga Street East, Hastings (opposite New World). Cost $3. Digital seniors hub: Need help with your digital device? Digital Seniors Hub is from 1 to 2.30pm at 1120 Willowpark Rd North, Mayfair, Hastings. Koha $5 per person. Help is available for any computer, cell phone, tablet or I-pad problems. Phone 027 2324700 Chronic fatigue syndrome & fibromyalgia support HB: Group support meetings on the third Tuesday of each month at 10am in the Community Co-Lab building, Lee Rd, Taradale car park behind the Taradale Town Hall. All welcome. You will need to have parking coins for the adjacent parking area, only 60 cents an hour and the meeting is approx 2 hours. Phone, text or email Liz at 027224 9525 Sounds of Hawke's Bay Chorus: Do you love to sing four part harmony? Come along and check us out at 7.15pm every Tuesday, Clive School Hall, School Rd. Info: Michelle on 021 142 7712 or Jan Toynbee on 027 673 0152. Friendly group of ladies: Meets fourth Tuesday in the evening for fellowship, speakers and outings. For further details ring Nicky on 8777475. Visually imparied bowls: Bowls Hastings, Victoria St, February to October, 10am, contact Grant 878 4778. Hastings Rebus: (Formerly Probus ) meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 9.30 at the Bridge Club room, Railway Road. Phone Leon 021 132 8748 or Robyn 027 789 8651. Coffin club: 707 Sylvan Rd, 9am-12 noon. Also every second Saturday. St Matthew's drop in craft group: Tues 9.30am to 11.30am. All welcome. Any experience level, share a craft and make friends over a cuppa. Phone Marilyn on 871 0011 or 021 070 4358 for more information. Rotary club of Stortford Lodge: Looking for fellowship and to work with others to help in the community? Come along to Cafe´ No 5 on Tuesdays between 5.30pm and 6pm to find out more. Contact Ken Haines on 029 444 3322. Scottish country dancing: Scottish Country Dancing, 7.15 pm-8.45pm, 1120N Willowpark Rd, Hastings. Ph 06 8787272 or 0211 883118. Hawke's Bay affected by suicide support group: Talk with others affected by suicide. Ph Warren Brown (027 286 4071) or Sandra Pell (027 684 3033). Email or Free legal clinic: 12.30 to 1.30pm at the Heretaunga Women's Centre. Bookings are essential. Phone 878 5401 Hastings badminton and table tennis: 9.30am 11.30am St Andrew's Church Hall, Market St, Hastings. Cost $5. Enquiries ph. 877 8184 or text 021 123 7792. 60s-Up Hastings branch: Second Tuesday of every month at 10am, St Marks Church Hall, corner Park Rd & Queen St, Parkvale for fun, friendship,speakers, entertainers, outings and sales table. Call Raewyn, (06) 878 3492.


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