Te Puke Times - 2021-06-10





FRIDAY JUNE 11, 12, 13, Kiwicoast Lions Huge Bookfair: Te Puke Memorial Hall, Friday 8am-6pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 9am3pm. This year is massive due to a non-event last year, special table with very old books and some collectables, recycled bags welcome, eftpos available. SATURDAY JUNE 19, Te Puke Scottish Society: Mid-winter Christmas Dance, 7am- 10.30pm, Memorial Hall, Jellicoe St, Te Puke. Great music, air conditioned hall, Christmas supper, great company, raffles. $7 entry. Contact Valerie 573 7093. CLUBS/COMMUNITY GROUPS Creative Te Puke Forum: Meet first Tuesday of month. Phone Wendy 573 7680 Te Puke Repertory Society: Litt Park Theatre, Park Lane, Te Puke. Ph Di Leach 573 8346 Book Group: Interested to join a Friends of the Library book group at Pa¯ pa¯ moa Library. For more information Ph Betty 542 4322 Te Puke Meditation and Development Group: Constables Gallery, second Wednesday of the month, door open 7pm for 7.15pm start. $5 per person. Ph Kerry 552 6768. Sunset WI: First Wednesday of month, 7.30pm, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Sports Club. Speakers, workshops, social events. Ph 021 996 517 or e mail Te Puke RSA Women’s Section: Third Monday of month, 1.30pm, RSA Clubrooms. Ph 573 3396. Te Puke Scouts: Wednesday 6.30pm — 8.30pm; Cubs: Tuesday 6 — 7.30pm, Keas, Tuesdays 4-5pm. Te Puke Scout Den, Stock Rd, Te Puke. Ph Alison 573 7921. Te Puke Emergency Services Fishing Club: Meet the first Tuesday of the month 7pm, Te Puke Fire Station (side entrance). All welcome you don’t have to be emergency personnel. Ph Bugs 027 495 2192 or Mike 027 495 5284. 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 Art Society: Thursday, 9.30am — 12.30pm, Constables Gallery, Commerce Lane. Open to view the art, or come and paint. 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, Te Puke Golf Club Ph Susan 533 2600 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 Meets monthly, various venues, for coffee/tea, friendship, sharing, information and laughter. Phone Ann 027 435 6291 Free English lessons: Every Friday at Plunket Rooms 10.30am to 11.30am. And more information about driving lessons. Comtact 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 Waihi Road, Square Dancing: Mondays, Te Puke Citizens Club. 10am — 12noon. Ph Jim 573 6960. 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 Sharon 572 1983. Te Puke Organ and Keyboard Club: First Wednesday of month at 1.30pm. Ph Russell 573 8070. Te Puke & District Highland Pipe Band: Tuesday, 6.15pm, Baptist Church, learners earlier. Ph Sue 573 8890 or 027 447 6673 or email


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