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Tauranga Acoustic Music Club

The Psychic Cafe

Athena Greek Dancing

Speak Kiwi English

English Language Partners Free Courses

ESOL Intensive

Sewing, Knitting, Crochet Classes

Plus knit, chat and craft nights

Embroidery & Sewing Classes

@ Robyn’s Cottage

Train to Become an ESOL Tutor

Work with new migrants/refugees in our Community

F.A.B. Parents

Free support group

Learn @ Greerton Library

Budding Writers Workshop

Bringing Out the Book in You

First Aid Training

Know It Before You Need It

Tauranga Social Dance Club

Dancing Supper & Raffles

Challenge of Chess

… for the whole family …

Kim Westerskov Photography

Workshops that open a whole new world…

Friends of the Tauranga Libraries

Monthly meetings at the 4 libraries

Baywide Community Law Service

Free legal help

Games of Crib

Like to learn how to play crib ?

Greerton Garden Club

Gardening Chat, Talks and Visits

Care and Craft

… bringing companionship & creativity to lonely lives…

Scrapbooking & Cardmaking

Edible Weeds Workshops

Forage for Superfoods

Tap Dancing

Guitar / Ukulele for Beginners

Lessons tailored to the student’s needs

Events

Scan n Cut Play Night

A time for those interested in Scan N Cut machines to get together and have a fun time together.

You do not need to bring your own machine to these nights.

Sewing – Machine Feet – Robyn’s Cottage

Love Sewing and want to come along to learn about machine feet and what they do.

 

Machine Knitting at Robyn’s Cottage

Sunday 15th September    10am to 12.     
Do you have a machine and not sure where to start or just want to see what a knitting machine is all about.  Come and have a morning with other machine knitters.

The Boom of Bitterns (Conservation Week)

The Boom of Bitterns are declining and what would have been a familiar sound in the past after dusk and before dawn is now a rare occurrence.

The native Bittern, also known as Matuku, is at a nationally critical status, with less than 1,000 left.

Bittern are very cryptic birds that blend into their surroundings, populations are highly fragmented and no large flocks are counted anywhere in the country. Now more than ever the Department of Conservation needs people to recognise the booming call of the Bittern.

Learn about the skills and knowledge required for monitoring this critically endangered species.

This one hour event will give you all the skills you need to get you ready to help save the Boom of the Bittern.

This event is for those wanting to sign up and help the Department of Conservation survey for the Boom of Bittern in late October through to mid November.

Limited numbers

To register email your name and contact details to nlunson@doc.govt.nz

Greerton Garden Club

 

Gardening  Chat, Talks and Visits

A social meeting of like-minded gardening enthusiasts with regular guest speakers on a variety of topics.

The group meets on the 2nd Monday of the month.

Creative Writing Workshop

Learn to Take Your Writing Off The Page 

A creative writing workshop taught by award-winning author & poet, Michael Botur.

This is in our regular Sunday Focus time, but during our January recess. Those of you not heading away might like to attend. Koha entry.
RSVP: mike@michaelboturwriter.com

For more information about Tauranga Writers see our website, join our Facebook page, or contact taurangawritersnz@gmail.com.

Sunday Focus Sessions are held every third Sunday in the Okahukura Room at Greerton Library from 2-4pm. Work in Progress meetings are held on the first Thursday at the Wesley Methodist Church on 13th Avenue from 7-9pm.

Find out more

Note: Michael Botur other Tauranga poetry and writing workshop dates: 

  1. Youth Creative Writing Workshop –  Thursday January 14 – 10am-12.30pm, The Artery, Historic Village. RSVP to mike@michaelboturwriter.com
  2. ‘Loudmouth’ poetry performance plus open mic and local poet Jay Fitton – Thursday January 14 – 7-9pm, The Jam Factory
  3. Second poetry performance – date and venue TBC – guest poet Dhaivat Mehta. Details at https://nzshortstories.com/news/

RSVPs are essential – register via https://nzshortstories.com/news/

Spiritual Centre Psychic Cafe

Tauranga Psychic Café – This New Spiritual and Healing Centre for the 21st century is run Cafe Style. The Psychic Cafe opens every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at the Greerton Community Hall, Greerton, Tauranga. It has over a dozen practitioners in all areas considered Spiritual, Healing or Psychic.

$10 entry but once inside free psychics, healers and spiritualists.  Please feel free to chat with them, share and discuss, learn or teach, make friends and be surrounded with like minds.

Opens 6.40pm. Starts 7pm.

Includes refreshments.  Kid friendly.
www.psychiccafe.nz

Facebook: www.facebook.com/thepsychiccafe

Sunday Focus: Writers Group

SUNDAY FOCUS SESSION: Topic TBA

When: Sunday 19th September 2021
Where:  Greerton Library
Cost: $10 ($5 for Tauranga Writers members)

Refreshments free.
Raffle and books on sale.
Please bring cash for all transactions.

For more information about Tauranga Writers see our website, join our Facebook page, or contact taurangawritersnz@gmail.com.

Sunday Focus Sessions are held every third Sunday in the Okahukura Room at Greerton Library from 2-4pm. Work in Progress meetings are held on the first Thursday at the Wesley Methodist Church on 13th Avenue from 7-9pm.

Find out more

Scrapbooking at Craftables

TWO Scrapbooking classes a week – a trial run

We’ve been having so many people wanting to book into our Wednesday morning scrapbooking class that we’re going to trial doing a Wednesday afternoon class!

This will be the same project as the Wednesday morning class and will start at 1.30pm.

If you’re interested in booking into this class (or transferring your booking from morning to afternoon) flick me an email at: cayla@craftables.co.nz or phone the shop on:
07 218 0727.

The cost is $15 (this includes the product and instructions to make the layout).

The classes are usual 1.5 to 2 hours, and we welcome all experience levels.

If you have a standard scrapbooking kit (trimmer, scissors, double-sided tape, glue), please bring it along; if not, please don’t worry; we can lend you gear on the day.

So if you are a complete new beginner, or a seasoned scrapbooker wanting to get back into it, we have a wonderful group of ladies already who are just itching to make some new friends.

We do run a booking system, so please call us if you want to come along to reserve a space (07 579 4615).

Albums to fit all the special moments and places in your life !

Paula is the teacher at the shop on Wednesday – and spaces are available.

Book your space by phoning us on: 07 579 4615.

Our shop is now at 126 Chadwick Road Greerton

Cardmaking at Craftables

Yes that’s right cardmakers! We’re back to our usual programming.

We currently offer 2 weekly cardmaking classes at our shop in Greerton:

  • Friday morning from 10 am
  • Saturday mornings from 10 am

The cost is $12 (this includes the product and instructions to make the card).

The classes are usual 1 to 1.5 hours, and we welcome all experience levels.

If you have a standard card making kit (trimmer, scissors, double-sided tape, glue), please bring it along; if not, please don’t worry; we can lend you gear on the day.

So if you are a complete new beginner, or a seasoned cardmaker wanting to get back into it, we have a wonderful group of ladies already who are just itching to make some new friends.

We do run a booking system, so please call us if you want to come along to reserve a space (07 579 4615).

Make sure you book in if you’re keen to join us!

Phone: 07 579 4615

Our shop is now at 126 Chadwick Road Greerton

Check out what’s happening on Facebook !

Tap Dancing Classes

Have a go ! Join the tap revival ! Learn some beginner tap dancing steps and rhythms.

When: Mondays 1.15 pm – 2.15 pm
Where: Dance Avenue, 18 Glen Lyon Place, Greerton
Cost: $6.00 per lesson

Contact: Lisa Wilson
Phone: 576 0536 or 027 276 0536
Email: jumby@xtra.co.nz

Speak Kiwi English

Are you looking for an enthusiastic English Conversation Coach to help you improve your speaking skills and speaking confidence?

Dates:  Bookings invited now →
Venue: Greerton, Tauranga

When: Mondays to Thursdays  1.30pm →
Duration: 50 minute lessons


Delivery Method
: One-to-one Private Tuition – dialogue focus. Lessons can be face-to-face OR online on Zoom.


Content
: Personalised English conversation lessons
Outcomes: Improve speaking skills and speaking confidence, increase everyday English vocabulary

Name of Tutor : Wendy Ballard
Mobile:    0273103836
Email address:   speakkiwienglish@gmail.com
Facebook page:  Speak Kiwi English    facebook.com/speakkiwienglish

Train to become a Volunteer ESOL Home Tutor

Volunteer with English Language Partners and help us provide free English lessons to former refugees and migrants. We will train you to work alongside learners, so you can provide them with the language skills and confidence necessary to integrate and participate in Kiwi life and culture.

New Free Course starts 21st February at 12.30pm

This is a course for community volunteers who want to become ESOL home tutors. Once trained, tutors provide one-to-one, English-language support to adult, former refugees and migrants in New Zealand.

For full details
Contact: Philippa

Phone: 571 4181
Email:  bayofplenty@englishlanguage.org.nz
Website:  www.englishlanguage.org.nz
Address: Unit 5, 212 Chadwick Rd, Greerton, Tauranga

Free Life Without a Car Workshop

Age Concern Tauranga are introducing a new 2 hour workshop for the benefit of those who no longer drive, or who are thinking it may be time to give up driving.

Our Life Without a Car Workshop will:
*  Highlight a range of possibilities to remain mobile
*  Offer alternative ways of getting about in the community
*  Suggest many options to keep involved and enjoy activities
*  Encourage living positively without driving

The course facilitator, Ian Lee, said “Apart from my input, the workshop is a great opportunity for participants to exchange ideas with people who are in a similar position.”

When & Where:

Wednesday 14th October: Te Puke Country Lodge, No 1, Number One Road, Te Puke
Thursday 5th November: Katikati Community Centre, 45 Beach Rd, Katikati
Wednesday 11th November: Mount RSA, 544 Maunganui Rd, Mt Maunganui
Monday 23rd November, Greerton Senior Citizens, 33 Maitland Street, Greerton

Time: All workshops are from 9.30am until 11.30am

Registration is essential.
To register for one of these FREE workshops, contact Age Concern Tauranga on 07 578 2631.

Sustainable Backyards: Edible Weeds as Healers

Know your Autumn Edible Weeds for creating nutritious foods and healing medicine.  Gain an understanding of their role in nature, identify those safe to use and those not good to eat.  This ids a fun interactive and experiential workshop that takes place in my large garden full of many diverse plants – just as nature likes it.  I guarantee you won’t see weeds in the same way again !

 There is from top left: Narrow leaf plantain, comfrey, fennel, magenta spreen, nettle, parsley, cavelo nero.  Front from left: Kale microgreens, chickweed, creeping mallow, herb robert and nasturtium.

When: Sunday 14th March 10am-2pm
Where: 289 Chadwick Road, Greerton
Cost: $75
Contact: juliasedibleweeds.com

There is from top left: Narrow leaf plantain, comfrey, fennel, magenta spreen, nettle, parsley, cavelo nero.  Front from left: Kale microgreens, chickweed, creeping mallow, herb robert and nasturtium.

Photo Essentials Workshop

 Just starting out?
 Still on “Auto”?
 Just got a new camera?
 Not getting photos you’re happy with?
 Been photographing for a while, but still not “on top of it”?
 Not very confident with your current camera?

If you’re answering “Yes” to any of these questions, then the “Photo Essentials” workshop is probably exactly what you need. Aimed at beginner and intermediate photographers, you’ll come away much more confident about your photography. For those of you who have been photographing for quite some time but never really felt you were “on top of it”, we’ll cover all the basics that you probably should have learned when starting but didn’t [or have since forgotten] – and then move on to making you a much more competent and confident photographer. You’ll finish the workshop a much better photographer. And a more relaxed, smiling one.

Topics we’ll cover include:
1. The myths about photography
2. The 4 things that hold most photographers back
3. Digital workflow
4. Composition
5. The different kinds of light
6. KIM’S TRIANGLE: Head, Heart & Technical
7. EXPOSURE TRIANGLE: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO
8. DEPTH OF FIELD TRIANGLE: Aperture, Distance, Focal Length
9. Lenses. Which is best for any particular subject/situation.
10 “Spot the shot”
11. Camera modes [Auto, Program, Manual, Aperture Priority, etc]
12. Introduction to travel, landscape and people photography

Handouts:
1. “Before Taking the Photo – Checklist”
2. “Checklist for Critiquing Photos”
3. “Elements of a Good Photo”
4. Depth of field – the three amigos

Cost: Full course fee [which includes tuition, hand-outs, yummy catering, assignment, and follow-up] $295 – or $245 for Early Birds [if you register before 15th July].  Fulltime students with ID $150.

More Exciting New Techniques: photo workshop – Kim Westerskov Workshop

For more images, check out Kim’s latest newsletter. It is ready to download here [Download PDF]

Sunday 31st October 9.00 am – 5.00 pm

Is your photography in a bit of a rut?
Would you like to create some new and different “Wow!” photos?
Would you like some clever new ideas to get “Honours” at your camera club?
Want to try some new techniques?
Want to lift your photography to a new level?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this is the workshop I’ve designed for you. In fact, I’ve been working on it for several years now: researching &, looking for new “Wow!”
ideas that you might like. And then experimenting, testing the ideas and their potential for a workshop.

We’ll explore the exciting possibilities of using mirrors [broken and unbroken], crystal glass balls, soap bubbles, effervescence, bokeh from fairy lights, and many more ideas. All you need to do is bring yourself and your camera. I’ve already got the fairy lights, prepared the broken mirrors [not as easy as it sounds] and gathered together the other stuff we’ll need: the crystal glass balls [flown in from USA], a variety of mirrors [from local op shops and emporiums], special soap for bubbles [also flown in from USA], effervescence [from my local supermarket], feathers, and more.
This workshop will be very different from my other workshops. We’ll spend some time looking
at a variety of good and great new ideas and techniques for you, and then – much earlier in the
day than usual – I’ll set up the equipment and you’ll bring out your cameras and get
photographing. You’ll go home with your memory card full of exciting new photos.
Promise!

Date: Saturday 31st October. 9.00am – 5.00pm.
Cost: Full course fee [which includes tuition,
hand-outs & yummy catering $295 – or $245 for Early Birds [if you register by 21st October]. Fulltime students with ID $145.
Have a good look at the photos in the workshop section of my newsletter: I’ll be showing you how they were achieved, and how they can be achieved by you.

Kōrero Mai : Pronunciation Workshop

Nau mai, haere mai! 

Take part in Mahuru Māori (Māori Language Month) with our introductory pronunciation workshops here at Te Ao Mārama (Tauranga City Libraries).

All workshops are free and open for anyone to attend. If you’d like to come along, please let us know by registering through the links below (limited spaces apply).

Greerton Library

Wednesday, 02 September from 12-1pm

Register here

 

Pāpāmoa Library 

Wednesday, 16 September from 5-6pm

Register here

Workshops will cover the pronunciation of the Māori alphabet, local place names, greetings and basic sentence structures. 

Light beverages will also be provided. 

Let’s make te reo māori welcome in our homes, workplace and community.

New Zealand is revitalising the Māori language, so let’s do our part by taking part in this nationwide event. Mahuru Māori encourages everyone to give it a go, no matter your current level and ability of speaking the Māori language. The idea is that we consciously speak more every day during the month of September – even just a ‘Kia ora!’ contributes to the revitalisation.

This invite is open to colleague, friends and whānau so feel free to share this invite with others who may be interested – Lets get the word out.

Greerton Book Group

On the 3rd Monday of each month from 10.30am-11.30am at Greerton Library

Hosted by Friends of the Library

Contact: Marian on 544 2624

Other library book groups:

Mount Maunganui Book Group: 4th Tuesday 10am-11am
Contact: Gail on 574 3376

Pāpāmoa Book Group: currently in recess but if you are interested in joining contact Betty on 542 4322

Greerton Book Group:  3rd Monday  10.30am-11.30am
Contact: Marian on 544 2624

Tauranga Book Chat: 3rd Wednesday
Two sessions: 10.30-11.30am and 5.30-6.30pm
Contact:  577 7177

Monthly Friends of the Library general meeting: 4th Thursday of the month at 10am

Monthly guest speaker and morning tea.
Contact Pam on 571 2566

 

Friends of the Library Guest Speaker

General Meeting
Guest Speaker: TBA

On the 4th Thursday of the month at 10am

Venue: usually at Greerton Library but venue may vary.

Monthly guest speaker and morning tea.

Hosted by Friends of the Library

Contact: Pam on 571 2566

 

Other library book groups:

Mount Maunganui Book Group: 4th Tuesday 10am-11am
Contact: Gail on 574 3376

Pāpāmoa Book Group: currently in recess but if you are interested in joining contact Betty on 542 4322

Greerton Book Group:  3rd Monday  10.30am-11.30am
Contact: Marian on 544 2624

Tauranga Book Chat: 3rd Wednesday
Two sessions: 10.30-11.30am and 5.30-6.30pm
Contact:  577 7177

 

Knit and Knatter at your Library!

Join us for some friendly knitting and a good natter. Bring along your latest project, share your ideas and skills or simply enjoy time spent with fellow creators.
Crocheters, cross stitchers, embroiderers and beginner knitters are welcome.

Greerton Library  :  Tuesdays at 1pm

If you want to learn but don’t know how – Come along and learn with the Greerton Main Street Community Knitters. If you are an advanced knitter, you are also welcome to come and share your skills!
Greerton Library : On the 2nd Tuesday of the month, from 2pm

For more information about these sessions

Contact Lesley
Emaillesleywarner66@gmail.com
Phone: 0210309280.

Other sessions are held:

Pāpāmoa Library
Wednesdays at 1pm
Mount Maunganui Library
Wednesdays at 2pm

Card Creating at the Library

Join us for a fun get-together with other crafty card makers.

Greerton Library
1.00pm – 3.00pm
First Monday of each month

Each session will have a prepared activity for you to try. Please bring $2 to cover the cost of the materials supplied.

Just want to come along for the company? Feel free to bring your own project and materials to work on.

For more information or to let us know you’d like to come along, phone 07 577 7177 or email library@tauranga.govt.nz

Note: This is an activity for adults who can work independently. If you need a little extra support, please bring along someone who can help you.

Wednesday Night Knitting Group

This group runs on a Wednesday night from 5pm to 8.45pm to enable people to attend straight from work but not necessarily stay the whole night. You can arrive and leave when it suits you.
Bring your knitting or crocheting and enjoy the company of other like minded craft people.

Scan N Cut Fun Nights

Scan N Cut Fun nights are on Tuesdays  6.30pm to 9pm.
Bring your own machine or just come and watch. All welcome.
Scan N Cut night is the first Tuesday night of each month.
Mark your calendars and come for a night of fun and learning.

Photo Impressionism & Photo Art Workshop: Kim Westerskov

Photo Impressionism is an exciting area of photography. It releases your inner artist. It creates images filled with colour and movement and texture and feeling and emotion. It allows you to get really good photos when other photographers are complaining that “there’s nothing to photograph” or “the light is lousy”.

I’ve learned and developed many techniques, tips, and tricks over the years, and I’ll pass these on to you. Many are remarkably easy, once you know what to do and “get your eye in”. You will very likely impress yourself!

Previously I have run “Photo Impressionism” and “Turning your Photos into Art” as separate workshops, but they really belong together. So in this workshop, I’ll cover both. Two for the price of one 😊
My approach to Photo Impressionism is to use various in-camera techniques to create what is hopefully a unique vision of the world and then to make that capture look as good as possible in Photoshop/Lightroom using just normal sliders such as Exposure, Contrast, Vibrance, Clarity, Texture and so on.
“Turning your photos into Art” goes further, turning your photos into something that looks more like a painting than a photo. The results are often amazing but …. the good news is that many of these results are EASY to obtain. Often so easy it almost feels like cheating. Some of the techniques use Photoshop/Lightroom and others use either free programs or need-to-purchase programs. You will surprise yourself. Look at the accompanying images I’ve created with the techniques & programs I’ll show you in this workshop.
After a few hours, YOU will have the knowledge and techniques to get photos just like them. Or better!
See images in Kim’s latest newsletter.

When: Sunday 11th July, 9.00 am – 5.00 pm plus assignment and follow-up evening 2-3 weeks later for assignment evaluation [at a time that suits everyone]. The follow-up can be by email.

Cost: The full course fee [which includes tuition, hand-outs, yummy catering, assignment, and follow-up] is $245. Full-time students with ID $145.

 

Great Photography, Powerful Photography – Soul in Your Photos

Kim Westerskov Workshop

See images in Kim’s latest newsletter.

We’d all like some magic – and/or “soul” – in our photos.
Sure, we all take normal or “real” photos, but most of us also want to take or create photos with that something extra that sets them apart from the rest, something that gives them an emotional or personal connection, that makes you smile or makes other people go “Wow!” Images that stay in your mind and heart.
The ones you want to hang on your wall.

But how to get such photos?
That’s what this somewhat unusual workshop will explore. I’ve only ever run this workshop once before, back in 2014, and it was the best-attended workshop to date – full house!
“So why haven’t you run it since then, Kim?”
I’m not sure, but in August I’ll run it for a second time. This is the least technical workshop of the many I run, but possibly the most important. There won’t be much about f-stops, aperture, or histograms – but there will be a lot about what makes GREAT photos.
We will examine in detail several important topics, each closely related to the others:
** Great photography, powerful photography.  What it is. How to achieve it.
** Soul and emotion in photography.
** “Seeing” photos – “how to see the photographic possibilities in what’s in front of me?”
** Creativity. What it is and how to tap into it.
** Atmosphere/mood in photography. This will include some technical stuff, but not too much

When:
Part 1: Saturday 7th August 9.00 -5.00 pm. Workshop
Part 2: Assignment – in your own time over 3-4 weeks.
Part 3: Evaluation and critiquing of your photos. We meet again for a few hours at a time that suits everybody.

Cost: Full course fee [which includes workshop, follow-up, hand-outs, and yummy catering] $295 [or $245
Early Bird – if booked by 28 July]. Full-time students with ID $145.

Tauranga Acoustic Music Club

Tauranga Acoustic Music Club is a group of people who enjoy making music.
We grew out of the folk music club tradition: music of the people, by the people for the people – so pretty much anything goes!
Newbies are welcomed & encouraged!
Friendly get-together, all instruments, all levels of ability.
When:  Tuesdays 7pm
Where: Tauranga RSA, 1237 Cameron Rd, Tauranga
Contact Grant for details:
Phone: 578 6448 or 0274 858 267
Emailtamusicclub@gmail.com

Play Cribbage

Do you play crib or would you like to learn ?

Friendly club.  New members welcome.

Day:  Wednesdays

Time:  1pm

Venue:  Greerton RSA, Cameron Road, Tauranga

Contact: Jill
Phone: 021 160 6143

Exciting New Techniques – Photography Workshop

Kim Westerskov Workshop

See images in Kim’s latest newsletter.

Is your photography in a bit of a rut?
Would you like to create some new and different “Wow!” photos?
Would you like some clever new ideas to get “Honours” at your camera club?
Want to try some new techniques?
Want to lift your photography to a new level?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this is the workshop I’ve designed for you. In fact, I’ve been working on it for several years now: researching &, looking for new “Wow!” ideas that you might like. And then experimenting, testing the ideas, and their potential for a workshop.

We’ll explore the exciting possibilities of using frozen floral, botanical, and other subjects, out-of-focus “how on Earth did you get that??” photos using unexpected materials and techniques, mirrors [broken and unbroken], crystal glass balls, soap bubbles, effervescence, bokeh from fairy lights, and many more ideas. All you need to do is bring yourself and your camera. I’ve already got the frozen flowers, the unexpected materials, the fairy lights, prepared the broken mirrors and gathered together the other stuff we’ll need: the crystal glass balls [flown in from USA], a variety of mirrors, special soap for bubbles [also flown in from USA], effervescence [from my local supermarket], feathers, and more.

This workshop will be very different from my other workshops. We’ll spend some time looking at a variety of good and great new ideas and techniques for you, and then – much earlier in the day than usual – I’ll set up the equipment and you’ll bring out your cameras and get photographing. You’ll go home with your memory
card full of exciting new photos. Promise!

When: Sunday 12th September. 9.00am – 5.00pm.
Cost: Full course fee [which includes tuition, hand-outs & yummy
catering – $295 or $245 Early Bird if you book before 2nd September. Full-time students with ID $145.

“Will this be that same workshop as last year?” I hear some of you asking.
Answer: It will be a mix of brand-new techniques plus tried and true ones from last year.

DIY Christmas Craft 

Counting down to Christmas already? Come along to your nearest library, get creative and make your own Christmas cards or decorations at DIY Christmas Craft. We’ll provide craft bits and pieces to start you off—feel free to bring materials you may want to use as well.

Open to all ages. Young children will require accompanying adults’ assistance.
Free. No bookings needed, just drop in!

Please note: these sessions will only take place in Alert Level 1.

Mount Maunganui Library 

Thursday, 4 November
3:30pm-5pm

Tauranga Library

Saturday, 6 November
10:30am-12pm

Greerton Library 

Thursday, 11 November
3:30pm-5pm

Pāpāmoa Library

Saturday, 13 November
10:30am-12pm