Events

Herbs for Lung Health

Presented by Medical Herbalists Lyndel Crisp and Helen Loe

More details to follow.

Check out the Upcoming Programme

Most meetings are held at Wesley Church Hall, 100 13th Avenue, Tauranga.

LIBRARY meetings are held on the 2nd DAY of every month except January (9:30am – 11:30am). Herbal Library takes place at Herbal Health Clinic, 75 Keenan Road, Tauranga.

For more information please contact Tauranga Herb Society on:

Email: tgaherbsoc@gmail.com
Phone:  
029 206 6525 (Helen)

Artist Talk with Dame Robin White

The Tauranga Art Galley invites you to a special artist talk with Dame Robin White at 5:30pm on Saturday 30 July. 
RSVP is encouraged, please click here to register

Robin will be joined by Tauranga Art Gallery Director, Stephen Cleland, to discuss the work in the exhibition Goodbye Bay of Plenty, as well as her major retrospective Something is Happening Here, currently showing at Te Papa.

Doors open and refreshments served from 5pm.

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Discover Your True Worth

This is an 8–Session course for women who are ready to begin the process of discovering their true worth.

This workshop provides opportunity to consider how the way we see ourselves, both positively and negatively, impacts our sense of self-worth. It also helps participants learn to strengthen their sense of worth to enhance their emotional well-being in positive ways.

Over the 8 weeks participants will:

Explore how the development of their own sense of self-worth has been impacted and how internal messages received in the past can be addressed.

  • Take a closer look at their own strengths, abilities and resources.
  • Learn that true worth is not determined by how others may have valued (or devalued) them in the past.
  • Be encouraged to consider how to appreciate their worth from a spiritual perspective.
  • Gain understanding of grief and loss, and how it can impact us
  • Explore the process of forgiveness
  • Learn how to take responsibility for themselves, using the resources available both within and around them
  • Positively affirm who they are and acknowledge their value​

The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: 
St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost:
$5 per person for the entire course
Start Date: Friday 5th August 2022

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

REGISTER HERE

Rongoā Balms Workshop with Nettie Black

In this workshop you will learn how to make balm for your first aid kit and family care with native plants. We will learn karakia and tikanga around harvesting. Learn about simple methods and tools for infusing medicinal plants with oil and their benefits.

Date: 20th August
Time: 10am -12pm
Where: Creative Campus  (next to the Incubator)
Cost: $75   All materials provided. Bring a note pad and pen.

BOOK HERE

​Tutor: Nettie Black
Nettie will be your facilitating tutor for this workshop. Some of you may already know her products, soaps, balms, oils range we have available at Okorore. Nettie has been a tutor in many different disciplines over the years: plant regeneration, pest control flora and fauna, rocking, sea kayak, rafting, orienteering, river kayaking, tramping, deep sea caving, sea trawler mahi, managing backpackers, raising sea chickens, duck surveying and tagging.

Nettie has a deep passion for nature and caring about people and is a powerhouse of knowledge when it comes to native plants and their medicinal purposes. She is very patient and laid back. You will have a great time at her workshop.

Spoons, Stirrers & Servers

Did you know how many different types of spoons there are?

Go get inspired, because here’s your chance to make one spoon to rule them all!

Sophie will guide you in hand sculpting your very own, unique spoon, stirrer, or server. Bring any tools or materials /you wish to texture your spoon with. Then underglaze your spoon to enhance the textures or add highlights and leave it to be glazed and fired by Sophie.

Tutor: Sophie Evans
Date: Sunday, 31st July
Time: 1 – 3pm
Where: The Artery
Cost: $55  All materials supplied. Participants can bring their own texturing supplies.

BOOK HERE

Sophie Evans
Sophie, a past resident artist of the Pot House, here at the Incubator, is both a hand sculpting and wheel throwing potter and tutor. You can find her work on display and for sale in the Pot House.

She says – ‘I have enjoyed clay for as long as I can remember. I have played around with different mediums, but nothing has captivated me as much as clay. I went to Whitecliffe Art School, where I studied for a Diploma in Art and Design. During this time at Whitecliffe, we explored clay and I expressed how much I would love to work in ceramics. I spent four years working towards my Ceramic Diploma in the Waikato. My style and signature look are very fluid with an organic and naturalistic feel, which you will see reflected in how I have set up my workspace (the curves in flax, water, pods and driftwood you will see come through in the ceramic vessels I make).’

Fugly Mugs ! Ceramic Workshop

Love a good mug?
Wanna make your own SUPER unique one, with any kind of crazy embellishment you can dream of ?

Perhaps one with a nose? Or, an eyeball? A slug? A boob? A pair of boobs? Or you could be totally outrageous and make a plain mug!

Dominique is our resident artist at The Pot House and fellow admirer of the weird and wonderful, and she’s here to help you bring your wildest mug dreams to life.

Dominique will guide participants through hand forming their mug and sculpting an additional feature to add to the mug. They can then colour their mugs with an array of underglazes. Each piece is left to be picked up later once Dominique has glazed and fired them.

Tutor: Dominique Ford
Date: Saturday, 30th July
Time: 10am – 1pm
Where: The Artery, Historic Village
Price: $120 All materials supplied

BOOK HERE

A ceramic artist with a background in graphic design and children’s book illustration, Dominique has three adult children and lives with her husband and some cats in rural Tauranga. Dominique describes her ceramics as fun and freaky, cute and creepy. “Do they want to hug you, or eat you?” Inspired by slugs, bugs and sea things; triffids, tentacles and body parts, Domonique believes everybody needs a vase to put pretty flowers in, especially if it has eyeballs, teeth and tentacles.

You can see Dominique’s work on her Instagram @precocious_vessels or visit them in the flesh at The Pot House at The Incubator, Historic Village.

Create a Concertina Sketchbook

Do traditional sketchbooks bother you? Would you like to learn to work more freely? Want to get excited about your creativity? Are you looking for a new direction in your work? Then this is the weekend workshop for you!

Over two full days you will create your own mixed media concertina sketchbook, bursting with colour, texture, and marvellous marks.

Concertina Sketchbooks open out a bit like a piano accordion and are a versatile and budget friendly way to explore new ideas. Learn a variety of mixed media methods and techniques that will help you to work in fresh and freer ways. Discover, most importantly – what ignites you, but also what you’d rather not repeat in a low stakes format.

Tutor: Shona Mackenzie

Date: Saturday & Sunday, 6th & 7th August
Time: 9.30am -3.30pm
Place: The Artery, Historic Village, 17th Ave
Cost:  $200

To book: www.theincubator.co.nz/the-artery

Participants must bring:

An art shirt or apron
Gloss or matt acrylic medium
* A pair of scissors, glue stick and metal ruler
* An old clean Chinese takeaway container with lid (or similar clear shallow container
* A variety of acrylic paints, and or inks
* A variety of drawing mediums such as oil pastels, charcoal, wax crayons, pencils, pens etc.
* A variety of scrap paper to collage with this could be lettering or patterns from magazines, corrugated cardboard, old letters, discarded drawings or paintings gift or tissue papers etc.
* A variety of mark-making tools eg. big and small brushes, palette knife, an old plastic credit card, skewers, an old spatula, a twig, bubble wrap etc.

A great time to clear our your art drawers and bring in things you’ve not got round to playing with yet. If you are coming with a friend, it could be a good time to pool resources.

Shona Mackenzie
Having studied in Glasgow, in the Borders at the Scottish College of Textiles and later Education at the University of Auckland, Shona has a background in art, creative design and pedagogy. After many years teaching she has returned to art full time as a resident artist and tutor, at the Incubator Creative Hub. Shona’s current work is heavily influenced by nature. She intuitively incorporates the layers of colour, texture and movement that surround her rural tiny home into each unique series of work. Predominantly a process-driven artist, Shona frequently constructs her semi-abstract, mixed-media work from a base of her own mono prints. Themes around belonging and home appear throughout her practice – like many New Zealanders her family’s story means she has a foot planted firmly in two countries.

You can visit Shona in her studio here at the Incubator, in the Villa studios. Take a look at her work and follow her on Faceboook @shonamackenzieart, and on Instagram @shonamackenzie_art.

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Tango Pratica – Monday Evenings

Everyone is welcome – curious / beginner / experienced.

Argentine Tango is growing in Tauranga, where a fun, warm group of people have become passionate for this wonderful dance, and would love to share this passion with all those who are keen to learn.

If you are taking lessons or have seen a particular move on the internet the Practica gives you an opportunity to work on these specific moves – get muscle memory going, allow for experiments in a safe environment.

Bring a smile and your enthusiasm.

Upstairs at the Tauranga Citz Club, 13th Ave
CLASS with Denise – 6.30pm to 7.30pm
This is Open Level so anyone is welcome, new/beginner/experienced
$10 (includes Practica afterwards)
PRACTICA – 7.30pm to 9pm
This is an open dance floor with Tango music playing, a chance to give it a try, practice, socialise, or just watch if this is new to you
$5 for Citz Club Members, $7 non-members

Illustration Workshop with Claire Delany: Step 2

This workshop takes a step further into pen, in and watercolour illustration. A great opportunity for anyone wanting a more in-depth course on illustration. Perfect for anyone who has previously done any of Claire’s illustration workshops or anyone with foundation drawing skills of people and animals.

Using fine black liners and watercolours you’ll explore many aspects of light and dark, composition and colour, while learning many characters development and storytelling techniques and having heaps of fun!

Tutor: Claire Delaney
Date: Saturday & Sunday, 23rd and 24th July
Time: 10am – 4pm
Where: The Artery
Cost: $200
Most materials, as well as morning tea supplied. Participants must bring their own brushes and watercolour paints.
Claire Delaney is a writer and illustrator living in Rotorua. She has published several of her own books and continually works on client commissions. She has been an artist and tutor for over thirty years teaching hundreds of people every year.

Visit Claire’s website ClaireDelaney.com, and follow her on Instagram @clairedelaneymcleary and on Facebook @clairedelaneyartist

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Waiata Nights

Nau mai, haere mai! Bring your whanau along to join our friendly waiata night.
We will be learning waiata and other multicultural songs.
Friendly atmosphere. ALL welcome.

Dates: 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month (except Oct 14th)
Time: 6.30pm
Place: Upstairs TRMC office at Historic Village

Cross-cultural Musical Collaboration Workshops

Musicians wanted for cross-cultural collaboration

Info Evening

Local musicians/composers Akash Dutta and Tristan Hancock are pleased to present a series of workshops to explore the wide range of cultures and musical practices represented in the Bay of Plenty.

This is a call out for musicians to take part in this project. There is an information evening on 21 July at 6:30pm at The Jam Factory. The organisers are looking for musicians (aged 15-25) who are keen to expand their musical horizons and collaborate with like-minded creatives. Sessions will cover different musical tradition under the guidance of experienced practitioners, culminating in a final concert. For more information about the series please email Akash at akashd98@yahoo.co.nz.

This project is supported by the Creative Communities Scheme and is brought to you in cooperation with Multicultural Tauranga.

Watercolour Pencil Portraiture Workshop with Helen English

In this workshop participants will have the opportunity to develop both watercolour pencil and portrait drawing techniques to encapsulate both the subjects and their own unique characteristics.

Professional watercolourist and portrait artist Helen English will guide participants through the various stages of portraiture through various observational techniques and practical applications, focusing on:

  • Understanding facial proportions and skeletal structure.
  • Utilising different techniques to determine individual proportions.
  • How to create three dimensional artworks using light and shade.
  • Progression of portrait using watercolour pencils.
  • How pencils differ from traditional watercolour, and the range of what can be achieved with them.
  • Using both pencil and watercolour pencil to create realism or a stylised portrait.

Tutor: Helen English
Date: Saturday, 9th July 2022
Time: 10am – 4pm
Where: The Artery

Price: $120
All materials supplied, as well as tea coffee and nibbles.

BOOK HERE

Open to all levels of experience, ages 18 and over (unless accompanied by an adult).

‘Drawing people, from my imagination and life, has been a constant since I was very young. I spent my childhood constantly drawing in whatever medium I could get my hands on. I began painting in my late 20s, starting with acrylic and oils, however, when I discovered watercolour, in later years, it really felt like I’d found home! It’s an amazing medium – so delicate by itself but so easy to add depth to with ink or watercolour pencil techniques. I have a teaching background, primary through to adults, so combining teaching with art is my happy place’.

Let’s Get Sticky – Art Works with Inks, Gold Leaf & Resin

The Hawkes Bay-based group Let’s Get Sticky with tutor Nancy Scott present their very first set of workshops at the Artery.

​Let’s Get Sticky’s alchemist Nancy will guide participants in a deep dive into their inner creative while they get hands on with the delightful realms of resin, gold leaf and inks.

​‘You will create two round or square artworks, both 38cm wide. There are no rules. You will surprise yourself with the finished results. Check out Let’s Get Sticky Instagram feed for inspiration. The workshops are approximately two hours long, with a debrief and refreshments when completed. The resin takes at least a day to be touch dry, so pick up is within a few days. We supply everyone with plate hangers to hang your pieces with pride in your home.’

Tutor: Nancy Scott
Where: The Artery
Price: $250

Two Dates to choose from…

Friday, 1st July / 6 – 8pm
Saturday, 2nd July / 2 – 4pm

Click on the Book Here link to visit their website.

You can also follow them on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/letsgetsticky.co.nz/

and Instagram @letsgetsticky.co.nz

Paint & Wine : Sunset at the Mount

The concept is simple – take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other and let’s paint a masterpiece!
Join us for a creative night of drinking and painting in Tauranga City! No previous painting experience necessary! Get your creative juices flowing and your brush strokes going!
The need to know:
Address: Cornerstone Bar & Eatery, 107 The Strand, Tauranga, 3110
Date: Thursday 4th August 2022
Time: 7pm to 9pm (Arrive for 6:45pm, painting starts at 7pm)
Cost: $49
Drinks: No drinks are included in your ticket but are available for purchase.
Food: Want to enjoy dinner too? Cornerstone’s dinner menu will be available throughout the event.

BOOK HERE

Paint & Wine : Milford Sound

The concept is simple – take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other and let’s paint a masterpiece!
Join us for a creative night of drinking and painting in Tauranga City! No previous painting experience necessary! Get your creative juices flowing and your brush strokes going!
The need to know:
Address: Cornerstone Bar & Eatery, 107 The Strand, Tauranga, 3110
Date: Thursday 21st July 2022
Time: 7pm to 9pm (Arrive for 6:45pm, painting starts at 7pm)
Cost: $49
Drinks: No drinks are included in your ticket but are available for purchase.
Food: Want to enjoy dinner too? Cornerstone’s dinner menu will be available throughout the event.

BOOK HERE

Paint & Wine : Penguin Huddle

The concept is simple – take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other and let’s paint a masterpiece!
Join us for a creative night of drinking and painting in Tauranga City! No previous painting experience necessary! Get your creative juices flowing and your brush strokes going!
The need to know:
Address: Cornerstone Bar & Eatery, 107 The Strand, Tauranga, 3110
Date: Thursday 14th July 2022
Time: 7pm to 9pm (Arrive for 6:45pm, painting starts at 7pm)
Cost: $49
Drinks: No drinks are included in your ticket but are available for purchase.
Food: Want to enjoy dinner too? Cornerstone’s dinner menu will be available throughout the event.

BOOK HERE

Paint & Wine : A Night in Paris

The concept is simple – take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other and let’s paint a masterpiece!
Join us for a creative night of drinking and painting in Tauranga City! No previous painting experience necessary! Get your creative juices flowing and your brush strokes going!
The need to know:
Address: Cornerstone Bar & Eatery, 107 The Strand, Tauranga, 3110
Date: Thursday 7th July 2022
Time: 7pm to 9pm (Arrive for 6:45pm, painting starts at 7pm)
Cost: $49
Drinks: No drinks are included in your ticket but are available for purchase.
Food: Want to enjoy dinner too? Cornerstone’s dinner menu will be available throughout the event.

BOOK HERE

Paint & Wine : Rose Bouquet

The concept is simple – take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other and let’s paint a masterpiece!
Join us for a creative night of drinking and painting in Tauranga City! No previous painting experience necessary! Get your creative juices flowing and your brush strokes going!
The need to know:
Address: Cornerstone Bar & Eatery, 107 The Strand, Tauranga, 3110
Date: Thursday 30th June 2022
Time: 7pm to 9pm (Arrive for 6:45pm, painting starts at 7pm)
Cost: $49
Drinks: No drinks are included in your ticket but are available for purchase.
Food: Want to enjoy dinner too? Cornerstone’s dinner menu will be available throughout the event.

BOOK HERE

Paint & Wine : Summer in NZ

The concept is simple – take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other and let’s paint a masterpiece!
Join us for a creative night of drinking and painting in Tauranga City! No previous painting experience necessary! Get your creative juices flowing and your brush strokes going!
The need to know:
Address: Cornerstone Bar & Eatery, 107 The Strand, Tauranga, 3110
Date: Thursday 23rd June 2022
Time: 7pm to 9pm (Arrive for 6:45pm, painting starts at 7pm)
Cost: $49
Drinks: No drinks are included in your ticket but are available for purchase.
Food: Want to enjoy dinner too? Cornerstone’s dinner menu will be available throughout the event.

BOOK HERE

Matariki – Basics of Flax Weaving

Learn about the tikanga of raranga and the basics of flax weaving from local weaver Parewhai Taikato
Follow along with Parewhati as she shows you how to make a flax wristband and putiputi flower. This free workshop is suitable for adults—all levels of experience welcome.

Where
: Tauranga Library He Puna Manawa
When:  Saturday, 11 June   2pm-3pm
Cost: Free

Matariki Seed Exchange

Matariki is a time to think about preparing for the year ahead, particularly crops. Come along to our seed exchange next Saturday to share your bounty with others and gain some diversity in your garden!
Bring along your excess seeds to exchange. Seeds can be home harvested, or store bought, but they must be named.
We’ll have some seed packets available to take – with random packets containing gardening goody vouchers! – and a supply of mini-seed starter kits for children 😊
Seeds may be of any variety so long as they are not pest or noxious plants. We will also have simple Matariki maramataka available as a gardening guide.

Where: Tauranga Library He Puna Manawa
When: Saturday, 11 June  9:30am – 12:30pm

Matariki Macarena Ukulele Session

Come along to this free session and learn how to play the ukulele. We will teach you how to play some basic ukulele chords and teach you the song ‘Matariki Macarena’. Through the song, you will learn about the seven stars of Matariki and what they represent. We will provide the ukuleles or if you have your own ukulele please feel free to bring it along! We are happy to tune it for you.

This event is for ages 7-100, and you don’t need any musical experience at all.

When: Friday 17th June 2022  5.30pm – 7.30pm
Where:  Tauranga Library, 21 Devonport Road, Tauranga
Cost:  Free

Kintsugi Workshop

After 3 sold out workshops, Ema Frost is returning in August for another set of Kintsugi Workshops. Her morning session has almost sold out and she has added an afternoon session. Get in quick!
It’s called kintsugi (金継ぎ), or kintsukuroi (金繕い). Literally, golden (“kin”) and repair (“tsugi”). This traditional Japanese art uses precious metals – liquid gold, liquid silver or lacquer dusted with powdered gold – to bring together the pieces of a broken ceramic item and at the same time, enhance and make a feature of the new seams.
You will take away your wonderful, finished work plus your knew skills which will enable you to further your own Kintsugi in your own time, as well as a new understanding of this beautiful art form, including historical background. You will also receive a Frosty Goodie bag.

This class is not just for budding or accomplished artists. It is for everyone to enjoy a relaxing evening of art and design with Ema.

Tutor: Ema Frost
Date: Sunday 14th August
AM Workshop: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Where: The Artery, Historic Village
Cost: $149
Materials supplied. Bring along a piece of your own pottery to restore. Ema will also have a few pieces available as back ups.

Book here…

Ema Frost is a very clever Kiwi Artist, whose illustrations and ceramic works sit in many of our country’s best galleries, and whose products and merchandise sell in the most stylish design stores and gallery shops. Her style is enchanting – quirky, feminine and colourful, and clearly influenced by her travels throughout the world, usually off the beaten track. Ema is inspired by the mystery and magic found in Japanese and Maori Folklore, and this influence can be seen throughout her captivating and detailed images.

Learn to Sew

Sewing machine basics 

Are you intimidated by machine-sewing and want to learn the basics in a relaxed environment? Has it been ages since you’ve sewn and do you need to a refresh before tackling bigger projects?

In this workshop you will learn to comfortably navigate and use a sewing machine. Jera will cover foundational skills to include machine set-up, tension problems plus any other questions you may have. In addition to learning these skills, you will make a pillowcase to bring home. Use materials from Remaker or bring some with you.

We provide all materials and machines, but we encourage you to bring your own sewing machine if you have one to learn how to navigate its specific quirks.

This workshop is suitable for participants aged 11+. No prior experience necessary.

Masks are required for all Remaker events for participants aged 12+

When: Wednesday 6th July, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Where: Remaker Space, 91 Willow Street, Tauranga
Cost: $40
Tutor
:  Jera Mae

BOOK HERE

Matariki Kōrero Mai – Matariki 2022

Leading Tauranga Moana toi Māori artists including Kereama Taepa, Whare Thompson and Que Bidois along with special guest, Tame Iti, kōrero about a range of topics such as the place of traditional and contemporary toi Māori in popular culture.

Bookings essential.

Visit Kōrero Mai

Rōreka Workshop / Taonga Pūoro – Matariki 2022

Taonga pūoro produce organic sounds viewed as the ancestral language of Aotearoa and the land, taking the listener and tuned ear into ancient times, being wrapped up in voices originating from aeons ago.
Come and share in this amazing immersive wānanga, made possible by the Haumanu Collective. Lead by two renowned crafters and musicians, dedicated to the revitalisation and preservation of taonga pūoro.
Tutors: Jo’el Komene and Tāmihana Kātene
Date: Sunday, 3rd July
Time: 10pm – 3pm
Where: The Jam Factory
Price: $30

All ages (5 – 15 must be accompanied by an adult and be booked into workshop)

This 5 hour workshop will introduce you to the different families of traditional Māori musical instruments with a discussion about each. Construction techniques and materials, whakapapa (genealogical links) as well as tikanga (protocols) surrounding traditional performance using taonga pūoro. Demonstrations will embellish this workshop.
After a two-hour kōrero and break for a catered lunch, participants will spend two hours making a taonga pūoro and learning how to play them with tuition and guidance in the making process and playing techniques. Participants will also be invited to contribute to a group performance using the taonga pūoro they have made and/or playing the Rōreka – Jo’el Komene collection.
Jo’el Komene – Ngā Puhi, Tapuika, Tainui
Jo’el is a taonga pūoro artist based in Tauranga, New Zealand. He has assisted in the revival of taonga pūoro having facilitated numerous wānanga exhibited whakairo taonga pūoro (carved instruments) in several exhibitions, recorded taonga pūoro for a number of organisations including Māori Television, Māori radio and local establishments; performed live using taonga pūoro in a range of contexts and practised Māori musical traditions in fulfilling his greater goal of assisting in the revival and maintenance of taonga pūoro on marae (Māori meeting places) and appropriately in broader contexts.
Tāmihana Kātene – Ngāti Toa Rangatira, Ngāti Tama, Ngāti Koata, Te Taoū – Ngāti Whatua
For over 20 years, Tāmihana has been involved in the reinvigoration of Taonga Pūoro within the Wellington region. As a carver of wood, stone and bone Tāmihana has spent this time focusing on the study and recreation of traditional Taonga Pūoro, with the intent of reintroducing and strengthening its use within traditional Māori cultural practices.
Tāmihana has lead and taught many community-based wānanga exploring the creation of Taonga Pūoro, their associated pūrakau (stories) and their use as musical instruments. Outside of this environment, he has also frequented Te Kōkī, The New Zealand School of Music, as a guest lecturer in Ethomusicology studies and as a teacher of performance, particularly within Haka, moteatea and Taonga Pūoro.
Tāmihana’s passion for Tikanga and Te Reo have lead him to the composition of karakia and moteatea, specifically used to encapsulate and retain the knowledge pertaining to Taonga Pūoro. These resources will serve as a set of tools to ensure that intergenerational learnings will be passed on from our tūpuna
Herea ngā hana o te Rā ki te tenga o te korokoro.
Mauri Tū,
Mauri Oro,
Mauri Ora!

Konae Kete / Raranga Workshop – Matariki 2022

Create a small over the shoulder, two corner kete to hold your keys, phone and/or wallet.
Tutor: Lacey Bartlett
What: Konae Kete
Date: Sunday, 26th June
Where: The Artery
Time: 1.30 pm to 3.30pm
Cost: $55
Open to ages 12 years and up.
No experience needed; you will learn the process step by step with Lacey.
Harakeke (flax) and tools will be provided.

Timeless Portraiture / Maumaharatanga – Matariki 2022

“He kitenga kanohi, he hokinga mahara”
“to see a familiar face is to stir the memory”
The same can be said with special items of clothing such as a favourite pounamu worn by your kuia or a coat worn by koro.
This year during our Matariki celebration we have an opportunity for whānau that will awaken the nostalgia of your whakapapa.
If you have various cultural taonga such as kākahu, korowai, medals, kilts, clogs, sari or even Koro’s hat that you’d like to be photographed wearing we would love to help you create and re-create magical moments.
Being photographed cloaked in the memories of your whānau suited up in the armour of taonga and kākahu that were once adorned or lovingly made by your whānau will have you feeling empowered and connected.
The mauri and wairua of your whānau heirlooms will be encapsulated giving you the opportunity to celebrate and share these treasures for years to come.
We have a beautiful range of clothing and items to style you on the day as well.
We have an amazing professional team that passionate and excited, and have put this opportunity together special for Matariki this year.
Bookings are essential. Portrait sessions will take place 9am – 4pm, Sunday 26th June. Prices start at $150 for an individual, plus $50 for each additional participant. Professional makeup is available for an extra $50 per person as well as, moko kauae stamp for an extra $15.
When you make your booking select your time slot and add one Participant for each person that will be in the portrait. For example, if you want to do a solo portrait, add selected time slot and add one Participant. If you want a whanau of six, add selected time slot and add six Participants, plus however many moko kauae and makeup applications you would like.
Each individual or group will receive 1 edited image per person, plus two more. Each individual or group can choose who they would like in each photo. A whanau might like to have an individual portrait each plus one of the whole whanau, plus one with just the kids. Additional photos will be $50 each and can be arranged on the day.
Edited photos will be sent out via email within 10 days of photoshoot.
If you wanted to book for a group larger than six please get in touch.

Intro to Planting by the Maramataka – Matariki 2022

This is a subsidised workshop in The Incubator’s Matariki series. Bookings for all other full price workshops (Workshop 2) are open now and you may book into as many as you wish. The subsidised workshops are only open to book 10 days prior to the workshop and bookings are limited to one subsidised workshop per person.
This workshop is an introduction to the Maramataka / Maori Calendar and planting by its moon phases.
As a group, learn how to save seeds from your vegetable plants that have gone to seed; seed swap – please feel free to bring along any seeds you have ample of to share with others. We will have a go at creating seed labels as well as discuss how to keep and store those seeds.
Tutor: Rina Walker
Where: The Jam Factory
What: Intro to the Maramataka, seed saving and labelling.
Date: Saturday, 25th June
Time: 10.30 am to 12.30pm
Cost: $10
Adults only. Beginners level no expertise needed. Cuppa tea and refreshments supplied come celebrate Matariki with us.
Please note:
This is a subsidised workshop in The Incubator’s Matariki series. Bookings for all other full price workshops (Workshop 2) are open now and you may book into as many as you wish. The subsidised workshops are only open to book 10 days prior to the workshop and bookings are limited to one subsidised workshop per person. You are only allowed to be booked into one subsidised workshop.
If you are unable to make the workshop please let us know immediately so we can let someone else go instead.
Booking link will be available 10 days prior to workshop.

Haka Workshop & Haka Mob

Tutor: Tāne Cook from Te Taiope Huringanui/Turning Point
Time:10 am to 11am
When: 19th June at the Matariki Markets
Where: Taniwha street at Te Taiope Huringanui/Turning Point
Cost: Koha
Then come and join us for a Haka Mob at 11.30am at the Matariki Market
Ko Tāne Cook tōku ingoa, he uri ahau nō Ngāi Tūhoe me Ngāi Te Rangi Iwi. Ko Ngāi Te Riu me Ngāti Manunui ki Ruatāhuna me Ngāi Tamawhariua ki Te Rereatukāhia me Matakana ngā hapū. Ko Tātāhoata me Te Umuroa ki Ruatāhuna me Te Rereatukāhia me Te Rangihouhiri ngā Marae.
Tēnei te tuku i ngā kupu whakamiha kia tātau katoa i runga i ngā manaakitanga o te wā.
Tāne Cook is the Kaiwhakahāere – Cultural Leader at Te Taiope Huringanui – Turning Point Trust. Tāne is a native speaker of Te Reo Māori and strong advocate for the revitalisation of Te Reo me ōna Tikanga. He has over 20 years’ experience working in the Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Education sector including the Primary Industry and Māori Health service. His professional aim is to raise capability and capacity improving outcomes for Māori, whānau, whai ora and communities by providing services that enable people to engage and develop pathways to growth and success.
Tāne is a champion for transformational thinking and change. He has strong established relationships with Iwi, whānau, hapū, Marae and communities including Industry and Government sectors. He is an elected Executive Member of the New Zealand Māori Council and is the Chairperson of the Mataatua District Māori Council and Tātāhoata Māori Committee.

Story Telling Through Tukutuku Workshop – Matariki 2022

This is a subsidised workshop in The Incubator’s Matariki series. You can only book into one subsidised workshop, so choose carefully! Bookings for all full price workshops are also open, and you may book into as many of those as you wish.
This is an introductory workshop and a contemporary take on the traditional Maori art form of tukutuku. In this introductory workshop we hope to inspire you to get weaving and tell your story through tukutuku.

Tukutuku are found in Wharenui (meeting house). The walls are adorned with Tukutuku panels each telling stories of our ancestors.

Tutor: Ngawaiata Sellars
What: Story Telling through Tukutuku
Date: Wednesday, 15th June
Time: 6.30 pm to 8.30pm
Where: The Artery
Cost: $10
Tukutuku are made with various materials such as natural fibres like kiekie and pingao. That are then traditionally dyed with flora and fauna native to Aotearoa. We will have some of these materials on display at the workshop so you can see and feel the different textures and familiarise something new.
The patterns of tukutuku have symbolic meanings, in this workshop you will learn the basics and go home with a handout to continue creating at home.
Please note: This is a subsidised workshop in The Incubator’s Matariki series. You can only book into one subsidised workshop, so choose carefully! Bookings for all full price workshops are also open, and you may book into as many of those as you wish. If you are unable to make the workshop, please let us know immediately so we can let someone else go instead.

Kōkōwai / Painting with Whenua Workshop – Matariki 2022

This is a subsidised workshop in The Incubator’s Matariki series. Bookings for all other full price workshops (Workshop 2) are open now and you may book into as many as you wish. The subsidised workshops are only open to book 10 days prior to the workshop and bookings are limited to one subsidised workshop per person.
Guided by Rhian Smith, in this workshop you will have the opportunity to prepare your own pigments and paint your own masterpiece while discussing how to respectfully harvest whenua without leaving a trace.
Tutor: Rhian Smith
What: Kōkōwai / Painting with Whenua
Date: Sunday, 12th June
Where: The Incubator
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Cost: $10
“Mā te kimi ka kite, mā te kite ka mōhio, mā te mōhio ka mārama.”
“Seek and discover, discover, and know, know and become enlightened.”
Ko Mauao te Maunga
Ko Tauranga te Moana
Ko Taakitimu, ko Mataatua, ko Ngātokimatawhaorua ngā Waka
Ko Ngāti Ranginui, ko Ngāi Te Rangi, ko Ngāpuhi ngā Iwi
Ko Rhian Smith tōku ingoa.
Growing up I was surrounded by a lot of mainstream standards to which I never really fit in. It wasn’t until I immersed myself into my Māori heritage and culture that I was able to see the potential in my own self and in my art.
I enjoy working with various mediums from harakeke and mahi raranga – weaving, to create my own pigments out of koha – gifts from whenua and moana and letting the pigments tell their own story on paper or canvas.
A saying that resonates with me is “Mātauranga doesn’t belong to you, you hold it on behalf of those who need it”. Therefore, I like to weave stories into my art as I believe art can create conversation and the opportunity of sharing mātauranga.
My mahi toi is inspired by my surroundings, the indigenous ability to tell stories in such visual and creative ways and most importantly my whakapapa.
Please note: This is a subsidised workshop in The Incubator’s Matariki series. Bookings for all other full price workshops (Workshop 2) are open now and you may book into as many as you wish.  You are only allowed to be booked into one subsidised workshop. Booking system will go live 10 days prior to the workshop starting. If you are unable to make the workshop please let us know immediately so we can let someone else go instead.

Rēwana Māori Bread Workshop

Learn to make and bake rēwena bread with Karin Egan, step by step, beginning with the mixture (bug). Take your bug home to ferment and let it rise over 7 days.
You will be able to keep in touch with Karin over Facebook in a private group for support and progress, pics, tips on finishing and cooking the perfect Rēwena in your oven at home.
Tutor: Karin Egan
Date: Saturday, 11th June
Where: The Artery
Time: 1.30 pm to 3.30pm
What: Rēwana Māori bread
Cost: $10
Things you will need to bring:
– Glass mason jar 2 – 3 litres
– Mixing bowl
– An apron if you wish
All other ingredients and materials will be provided.
BOOKING LINK IS NOW LIVE! This is a subsidised workshop in The Incubator’s Matariki series. You can only book into one subsidised workshop, so choose carefully! Bookings for all full price workshops are also open, and you may book into as many of those as you wish.

Ipu / Flax Basket Workshop – Matariki 2022

Ipu are multi purposed baskets woven with harakeke (flax) and are traditionally used for customary purposes such as containing the whenua (placenta) of a newborn, they are great for storage and the perfect alternative to gift wrapping.
During this workshop you will weave both a base and a lid for your Ipu.
The workshop is designed for beginner weavers but some prior knowledge of the processes of weaving would be advantageous.
Tutors: Aroha & Sandra
Date: 11th June
Time: 11am to 1pm
Where: The Artery Historic Village
Cost: $65
All materials and tools will be provided.
Book here: https://www.eventspronto.co.nz/ipuworkshop
This workshop is apart of the Incubator’s Matariki Celebrations 2022

Ipu / Flax Basket Workshop – Matariki 2022

Ipu are multi purposed baskets woven with harakeke (flax) and are traditionally used for customary purposes such as containing the whenua (placenta) of a newborn, they are great for storage and the perfect alternative to gift wrapping.
During this workshop you will weave both a base and a lid for your Ipu.
The workshop is designed for beginner weavers but some prior knowledge of the processes of weaving would be advantageous.
Tutors: Aroha & Sandra
Date: 11th June
Time: 11am to 1pm
Where: The Artery Historic Village
Cost: $65
All materials and tools will be provided.
Book here: https://www.eventspronto.co.nz/ipuworkshop
This workshop is apart of the Incubator’s Matariki Celebrations 2022

The Artemist’s Spell Book – Young at Art Workshop

A little news mid term, this is for those that are looking to add some Magic to your life and want to be more Creative.

* the Artemist’s Spell Book * 
is a brand new full day Workshop  (suitable for age 16 and up only)

Traditionally, both the Alchemist and the Artist are keepers of notes, recipes, doodles and descriptions of their personal experiences and observations.  They love to keep journals, sketchbooks and the like.  The private reference book you’ll be creating in this workshop is
a collection of inspiring images, notes about experiments and discoveries.  Insights, curiosities and future projects to explore.

Sounds exciting? Yes! it is !!

When: Saturday 25 June 2022 – 10 am – 4:30 pm
Where: the Artemist / Young at Art Studio
Building 25 B Historic Village – 17th Ave – Tauranga
Cost:  $288, which includes most materials – coffee / tea and biscuits
BYO lunch (or get something yummie from the local café)

To register for this workshop (note that spaces are limited!) message me or send a quick email

Phone:  07 578 4648 or
027 48 07 047
Address: Historic Village, 155 17th Ave, Tauranga
Email:  youngatartstudio@xtra.co.nz
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/youngatartdownunder/
Website:  www.youngatartstudio.blogspot.com

Listening to the Land: An evening with Robert McGowan (Pa Ropata)

Listening to the Land: An evening with Robert McGowan (Pa Ropata)

Nau Mai Haere Mai, Tauranga City Libraries’ is honoured to present an evening with Robert McGowan, QSM.

Robert, an author, conservationist, practitioner, and educator, has contributed to the revival and restoration of Rongoā Māori (traditional Māori healing) in Aotearoa. With his work guided by the whakatauki ‘Ka ora te whenua, ka ora te tāngata – When the land is well, the people will be well’, Robert will speak of his journey to knowledge and share experiences and steps that we can all take to be part of the journey to wellness of the whenua and the people. Robert will speak on rongoā, conservation, plant identification, his relationship with maramataka and with Matariki. Join us for this special evening.

He Puna Manawa
Wednesday, 15 June
6pm – 7:30pm 

Book your spot here

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Mental Wellbeing Workshops

Peerzone is a mental health recovery program developed and run by New Zealanders for New Zealanders.  Peerzone provides a confidential, fun and connected environment where people can share their experience, gain greater understanding and confidence, and further their recovery.

Place and Times: Fridays 10am to 2pm, including a half hour lunch break, at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga – exact location will be emailed to participants.

To find out more, call Melody at Turning Point Trust
Phone: 07 578 6934 or 022 692 5868
Email: melody@turningpoint.org.nz
Website: https://www.peerzone.info/workshops

Camera Skills Workshop

Due to popular demand –
a second Camera Skills Workshop!

Join us for an intensive one-day workshop, looking at some basic building blocks of cinematography.

Tutor: Donny Duncan NZCS 
Date:
3rd July 2022
Where:
Village Cinema, Historic Village, 17th Ave West, Tauranga
Time:
9-4pm
Cost:
$5pp which includes a lunch voucher for the delicious The Whipped Baker Café

Join us for an intensive one-day workshop, looking at some basic building blocks of cinematography for drama, such as web series, short films, tv series and feature films.

The program will include practical demonstrations with cameras and lights, theory and insights from Donny’s personal experience and stills and video excerpts.

Topics covered will include:

  • • Preparation and director collaboration
  • • Choice of equipment and new technologies – practical demo
  • • Camera movement, lens options, continuity and lines of action
  • • Virtual Cinematography, green-screen and Vis FX
  • • Overview of lighting techniques – practical demo
  • • Attitude and the importance of professionalism
  • • Useful apps and resources for cinematography

This course will appeal to a wide range of experience levels including camera operators looking at broadening their experience, camera assistants on the move up, and directors wanting inside knowledge about the craft.

Donny Duncan NZCS, has been a cinematographer for over 30 years, with a wide-ranging career that includes music videos, short films, documentaries, TVC’s, international tv series, local feature films and US tele-movies. Among his DP credits are five seasons of Universal Television’s “Xena: Warrior Princess”, two seasons of ABC television’s “Legend of the Seeker”, four telemovies for the Disney Channel USA, and NZ feature films “Snakeskin” and “Kiwi Christmas”. He has also lectured in cinematography for 2 years at the Unitec School of Performing and Screen Arts and is currently the part-time Professional Development Manager for the NZ Cinematographers Society.

Another event proudly sponsored by Film Bay of Plenty and the NZ Cinematographers Society.

 

Art Studio for Adults: Painterly Scenes

Catering for the beginner or sometimes artist, this workshop for adults will provide a creative and friendly environment to receive tuition from one of our Gallery’s professional art educators.
Inspired by works within The Miles Art Awards 2022, adults will explore fundamental painting skills including colour mixing, tonal studies and composition to create their own painterly landscape.
This workshop is based on the activity undertaken in our April Holiday Programme with younger artists but will be taught at a level appropriate for adults. It’s your turn to have the fun!
The cost includes materials and refreshments.

When: Monday 23rd May 2022, 5pm – 7pm
Where: Toi Tauranga Art Gallery, 108 Willow Street, Tauranga
Cost: $40

Sew an Embroidered Patch

Tap into your creative side and learn to mend or revamp your clothes with images and symbols unique to you, or make beautiful gifts for your friends.

Traditional crafts are back in fashion. There’s renewed appreciation for the hand made and bespoke, and that includes embroidery – a skill Aucklander Jo Dixey has brought very much into the 21st century with her streetwise designs and sense of fun. Jo travels the country hosting workshops

In this workshop, Jo Dixey will teach you how to create your own embroidered patch. Learn the best stitches to use to embroider a word, image or combination of the two! You will learn the skills to attach your one-of-a-kind patch to personalise an item of clothing or bag.

When:  Saturday 23rd July 2022, 10am – 1pm
Where:  The Remaker Space, 26 Spring Street, Tauranga
Cost:  $45

BOOK HERE

Masks must be worn for the duration of the workshop.Thank you for respecting this and helping to keep our community safe. 

About the artist:

Jo Dixey is a Royal School of Needlework trained embroiderer. She teaches small groups a variety of embroidery techniques and works on commissions which have included large altar cloths, university banners and work for the fashion and movie industries. She also repairs old embroideries. In 2017 Jo published her first book Stitch People, which was later re-released as Creative Thread. This is a 20 project journey through embroidery techniques.

While you’re at the workshop, check out Jo’s exhibition “Fragments”, featuring hand embroideries created from naturally dyed fabric and threads as part of the New Zealand Embroideries Guild conference.

Jo’s work is held in private and public collections in New Zealand and overseas. See her work on instagram @dixeysoul

Learn Embroidery Stitching

Tap into your creative side and learn to mend or revamp your clothes with images and symbols unique to you, or make beautiful gifts for your friends.

Traditional crafts are back in fashion. There’s renewed appreciation for the hand made and bespoke, and that includes embroidery – a skill Aucklander Jo Dixey has brought very much into the 21st century with her streetwise designs and sense of fun. Jo travels the country hosting workshops

In this workshop, Jo Dixey will teach you embroidery stitches that can be used to mend or revamp your clothes. In the course you will create a sampler of stitches to refer to for future projects. All materials are included in the course fees.
When:  Saturday 2nd July 2022, 10am – 1pm
Where:  The Remaker Space, 26 Spring Street, Tauranga
Cost:  $45

BOOK HERE

Masks must be worn for the duration of the workshop.Thank you for respecting this and helping to keep our community safe. 

About the artist:

Jo Dixey is a Royal School of Needlework trained embroiderer. She teaches small groups a variety of embroidery techniques and works on commissions which have included large altar cloths, university banners and work for the fashion and movie industries. She also repairs old embroideries. In 2017 Jo published her first book Stitch People, which was later re-released as Creative Thread. This is a 20 project journey through embroidery techniques.

While you’re at the workshop, check out Jo’s exhibition “Fragments”, featuring hand embroideries created from naturally dyed fabric and threads as part of the New Zealand Embroideries Guild conference.

Jo’s work is held in private and public collections in New Zealand and overseas. See her work on instagram @dixeysoul

Learn to Sew

Sewing machine basics 

Are you intimidated by machine-sewing and want to learn the basics in a relaxed environment? Has it been ages since you’ve sewn and do you need to a refresh before tackling bigger projects?

In this workshop you will learn to comfortably navigate and use a sewing machine. Jera will cover foundational skills to include machine set-up, tension problems plus any other questions you may have. In addition to learning these skills, you will make a pillowcase to bring home. Use materials from Remaker or bring some with you.

We provide all materials and machines, but we encourage you to bring your own sewing machine if you have one to learn how to navigate its specific quirks.

This workshop is suitable for participants aged 11+. No prior experience necessary.

Masks are required for all Remaker events for participants aged 12+

When: Wednesday 15th June, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Where: Remaker Space, 91 Willow Street, Tauranga
Cost: $40
Tutor
:  Jera Mae

BOOK HERE

Coptic Stitch Bookbinding

Bookbinding is one of the most versatile skills a maker can add to their toolbelt. From sketchbooks and diaries to one-of-a-kind gifts and heirloom keepsakes – the possibilities are endless once you know how to Coptic stitch. Designed for beginners who can’t find a needle in a haystack, and those with a little more experience, alike! This class is for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of handmade books, traditional stitching techniques, and the potential of paper! This class is geared up to get you sewing in no time. Everything is provided for you in a handy kit, so all you need to do is turn up to get making!

The kit includes:

2 x book-board covers, wrapped in upcycled blush fabric and lined with handmade paper

8 x sketch paper signatures, pre-punched (approx. 100 finished pages)

1 x curved upholstery needle, threaded with natural, waxed cotton thread

*and as a special treat, the price of your ticket includes 2 exclusive video tutorials emailed to you after class to help you continue your bookbinding journey at home*

Tutor: Grace Windey
When
: Thursday 18th August 2022 6pm -8pm
Where: The Remaker Space, 27 Spring Street, Tauranga
Cost:  $100

BOOK HERE

REQUIREMENTS

Participants should be 16+ and this workshop is suitable for beginners or those with experience. All materials will be provided, just bring yourself and your can-do attitude. Masks must be worn for the duration of the workshop. Thank you for understanding and for helping to keep our community safe.

ARTIST’S BIO

Grace Windey is an internationally exhibited, autobiographical artist + maker from Greenville, South Carolina. She has an MA in Jewellery and Metals from the Royal College of Art in London, UK and a BFA in Sculpture from Winthrop University. In her practice as a maker, Grace seeks sustainability through the revitalizing and repurposing of precious scraps, the offcuts of her artistic endeavours, and sentimental trinkets saved over the years.

Mosaics Workshop for Beginners

When: Saturday June 11th 2022  10 am – 12.30pm
Where: Mindful Mosaics, 824A Pyes Pa Road Tauranga
Cost: $60 (all materials included)

Presented by Mindful Mosaics NZ
For more info:
Phone: 022 086 5704
Email: mindfulmosaicsnz@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CreatingPositivityTauranga

Take a few hours out from the madness of the world and immerse yourself in creating your own small masterpiece of mosaic.

Join me in this tranquil rural location for a session of fun and relaxing mosaics. There will be a great choice of bases to work on and tiles galore for you to create a unique mosaic masterpiece. Check out my Facebook page Mindful Mosaics NZ for some examples of work produced in previous workshops.

All materials are provided and class time should be sufficient to design a small indoor project and lay tiles. You will then be given instructions and materials so that you can take your piece home and grout at your leisure when tiles are set.

Check out our Facebook page: Mindful Mosaics NZ

To book, please email mindfulmosaicsnz@gmail.com to check for availability. Payment instructions will be given and booking will be confirmed when payment is received. Class sizes are small so get in quick!

If you have a group of 4-6 people and would like to book a session at another time, please send message request.

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Boundaries – A Course for Women

This 8 session course for women aims to provide participants with:

A greater understanding of how to build, or rebuild, relationships based on healthy boundaries.
An appreciation of some of the motives that cause people to become “people-pleasers” and how to address the internal and external resistances to setting healthy boundaries.
Skills to become “lovingly direct” in their relationships.
An understanding of the importance forgiveness plays in emotional well-being, and the difference between being a forgiving person and giving people a license to continue hurting you.
The ability to recognise clear boundaries others have set, and when we may have crossed these.​

​While some time is set aside for participants to share individually this course is not designed to operate as a therapy group.

​​The course is led by trained and experienced facilitators to create a safe environment for women only.
Weekly morning tea and end-of-course celebration lunch provided.
This course runs in Term 2 and Term 4 for 8 weeks

Time: 9:30am-12.15pm
​Venue: St Peters Church, cnr Cameron Rd & Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: $5 per person for the entire course

This course is for women only.
​Spaces on this popular course are limited, please register your interest online and we will contact you when enrollments open:

BOOK HERE

Holi Colour Splash 2022

The Holi Colour Splash event on 23 April near Memorial Park invites people from all communities to experience and learn more about the rich Indian culture and the famous Festival of Colours. This event is about celebrating cultural diversity in our Tauranga region, sharing in a fun and safe-for-all-ages experience, and teaching one another about forgiveness and community. Attendees can expect three hours of Eastern and South Asian-fusion music, live Bharatanatyam, Punjabi, Bollywood and other Indian dances, informative and intriguing snippets about the import of Holi, delicious vegetarian East-meets-West food, henna body art, and plenty of colour packages for sale.

Be sure to wear a white t-shirt for best results!

This Holi festival will bring more reasons to celebrate, dance and smile in your life ….Wishing you a colourful, playful and cheerful Holi!
Let us celebrate this festival of colours with the spirit of togetherness, family bonding and love.

Office Hours Intellectual Property with James & Wells

Office Hours is your opportunity to spend one-on-one time with local, professional service providers who give their time to help you take the next steps to success.

You can book a free, one-off, 45 minute Office Hour session with James & Wells to find out what you didn’t know you needed to know about intellectual property aspects affecting your business.

➡️ Book one of the two time slots available per session.
➡️ Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive a Pre-Office Hours questionnaire to fill in at least 24 hours before your session.
➡️ This session can be offered remotely.
➡️ Please give at least 24 hours notice if you must cancel your Office Hours session by emailing info@venturecentre.co.nz.
This one-on-one session is made available as part of the PoweringON programme. ⚡

When: April 13th @ 11am – 1.00 pm and again May 11th
Cost:  Free

Presented by: Venture Centre

 

Meet the Artist: Tut Blumental

Magical Landscapes

We are pleased to announce our Upcoming Exhibition Opening & Meet the Artist in Tauranga.

“Magical Landscapes” – Tut Blumental.

Join us and our artist Tut at the exhibition opening with artist talk on March, 11. From 5pm onwards. Please RSVP to: info@theartloungenz.com

All welcome.  

When : 11th March, 5pm – 7pm.

Where :  The Art Lounge NZ, 117 Willow St. CBD Tauranga.

Stitch ‘n Bitch

Bring your project, some enthusiasm & get ready for a good yarn.
No knitting or crochet experience required. We have some needles and wool available to get you started if needed.
Bring your banter, a snack and cold drink to enjoy along with a small koha. We will provide tea and biscuits.
**This is not a workshop or class, it is a community-led social group.

When:  Every second Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm
Where: The Remaker Space, 26 Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: Koha

For more info and to register interest:

Email: stephanie@remaker.co.nz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stitchnbtchbop

Stitch ‘n Bitch

Bring your project, some enthusiasm & get ready for a good yarn.
No knitting or crochet experience required. We have some needles and wool available to get you started if needed.
Bring your banter, a snack and cold drink to enjoy along with a small koha. We will provide tea and biscuits.
**This is not a workshop or class, it is a community-led social group.

When:  Every second Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm
Where: The Remaker Space, 26 Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: Koha

For more info and to register interest:

Email: stephanie@remaker.co.nz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stitchnbtchbop

Stitch ‘n Bitch

Bring your project, some enthusiasm & get ready for a good yarn.
No knitting or crochet experience required. We have some needles and wool available to get you started if needed.
Bring your banter, a snack and cold drink to enjoy along with a small koha. We will provide tea and biscuits.
**This is not a workshop or class, it is a community-led social group.

When:  Every second Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm
Where: The Remaker Space, 26 Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: Koha

For more info and to register interest:

Email: stephanie@remaker.co.nz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stitchnbtchbop

Stitch ‘n Bitch

Bring your project, some enthusiasm & get ready for a good yarn.
No knitting or crochet experience required. We have some needles and wool available to get you started if needed.
Bring your banter, a snack and cold drink to enjoy along with a small koha. We will provide tea and biscuits.
**This is not a workshop or class, it is a community-led social group.

When:  Every second Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm
Where: The Remaker Space, 26 Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: Koha

For more info and to register interest:

Email: stephanie@remaker.co.nz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stitchnbtchbop

Stitch ‘n Bitch

Bring your project, some enthusiasm & get ready for a good yarn.
No knitting or crochet experience required. We have some needles and wool available to get you started if needed.
Bring your banter, a snack and cold drink to enjoy along with a small koha. We will provide tea and biscuits.
**This is not a workshop or class, it is a community-led social group.

When:  Every second Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm
Where: The Remaker Space, 26 Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: Koha

For more info and to register interest:

Email: stephanie@remaker.co.nz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stitchnbtchbop

Stitch ‘n Bitch

Bring your project, some enthusiasm & get ready for a good yarn.
No knitting or crochet experience required. We have some needles and wool available to get you started if needed.
Bring your banter, a snack and cold drink to enjoy along with a small koha. We will provide tea and biscuits.
**This is not a workshop or class, it is a community-led social group.

When:  Every second Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm
Where: The Remaker Space, 26 Spring St, Tauranga
Cost: Koha

For more info and to register interest:

Email: stephanie@remaker.co.nz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stitchnbtchbop

Clay and Coffee Mornings

At the Pottery Studio, we indulge in social pottery making. During the 2 hours you can expect to make something and underglaze it so that it will have colour in the finished item. We will fire it and add a clear glaze.

Where: The Pottery Studio, 109 Devonport Rd, Tauranga
Time: 10am – 12 noon
Cost: Adults $40 per person, Children (8 to 14) $35

Click Here to book your workshop

Mixed Media Workshop

An exciting new workshop added to our menu.

We will learn all about decoupage using different mediums and have a play with different types of rice papers, learn how stencils work and use our Artisan paint products. You will create a great project to take home

The price covers Paint Me Vintage training and guidance throughout to learn these techniques yourself and take home valuable knowledge on how to apply these to projects in your home. It also includes access to our supplies  AND 10% off on all craft purchases the day of your class.

When: March 23rd 2022  10 am – 12.30pm
Where: Paint Me Vintage, 84 St John Street, Tauranga

Cost: $120

Contact us on  hello@paintmevintage.co.nz for more information. This class will be run periodically throughout the year but not every month.  Bookings will be essential, classes fill up fast.

BOOK HERE

Terms & Conditions Apply

Furniture Flipping

Restore a multipurpose stool & learn introductory skills

Transform an old stool into a sophisticated plant stand, bedside table or child’s seat. The sky is the limit for this classy and functional piece.

In this workshop, learn the basics of furniture flipping. De-construct the piece, sand & repaint or varnish, then re-assemble using a mix of power and hand tools. Let your creativity shine in your choice of paint and decoration.

This is an inside/outside event so wear appropriate clothing and covered shoes.

Vaccine passports are required for this event.

Date: Wednesday 16th February 2022
Time:  5.30pm – 8.30pm
Place: Remaker Hub, 27 Spring Street, Tauranga
Cost: $50
Who: John Paine

BOOK HERE

Learn to Sew

Sewing machine basics 

Are you intimidated by machine-sewing and want to learn the basics in a relaxed environment? Has it been ages since you’ve sewn and do you need to a refresh before tackling bigger projects?

In this workshop you will learn to comfortably navigate and use a sewing machine. Jera will cover foundational skills to include machine set-up, tension problems plus any other questions you may have. In addition to learning these skills, you will make a pillowcase to bring home. Use materials from Remaker or bring some with you.

We provide all materials and machines, but we encourage you to bring your own sewing machine if you have one to learn how to navigate its specific quirks.

This workshop is suitable for participants aged 11+. No prior experience necessary.

Masks are required for all Remaker events for participants aged 12+

When: Wednesday 13th April, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Where: Remaker Space, 91 Willow Street, Tauranga
Cost: $40
Tutor
:  Jera Mae

BOOK HERE

A Free Intro/Tour to the Tinkd Makerspace

Want to know what Makerspaces are all about? Come for a free tour of Tinkd Makerspace featuring seven zones. Come and discover 3D Printing, Electronics, Vinyl Cutting, Materials/Croft, Textiles, Robotics, Computing and meet some of our amazing makers!

When: Sundays from 10am to 11am
Where: The Basestation, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Who for:  Ages 8+
Cost:  Free but bookings required.

BOOK HERE

This tour is designed for groups no larger than six people, you will receive a tour of Tinkd Makerspace. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is NOT required during this tour – but face masks are encouraged. Please allow 60 minutes.

IMPORTANT:
From 3rd December 2021 all staff, volunteers, content providers, partners, suppliers, and visitors to our events and sessions will need to be fully vaccinated as a condition of being able to take part in face-to-face Trust-managed activities. This includes event spaces (used for workshops, classes, tutorials, meetings), Tinkd Makerspace sessions, and our offices at Basestation. The only exceptions will be people who have a valid medical exemption and children under 12 years old. For our full vaccination policy: https://stemwana.nz/stem-wana-trust-vaccine-mandate-statement-for-events/

Ikebana Group

The group meets:

When: on the second Saturday of the month
Time:  10am – noon
Where: Pauline Berryman, 32B Ngatai Road, Bureta

Contacts:  Pauline Bridgeman 07 576 5760 or Judi Steel 0274 528 963

Ikebana Group

The group meets:

When: on the second Saturday of the month
Time:  10am – noon
Where: Pauline Berryman, 32B Ngatai Road, Bureta

Contacts:  Pauline Bridgeman 07 576 5760 or Judi Steel 0274 528 963

Ikebana Group

The group meets:

When: on the second Saturday of the month
Time:  10am – noon
Where: Pauline Berryman, 32B Ngatai Road, Bureta

Contacts:  Pauline Bridgeman 07 576 5760 or Judi Steel 0274 528 963

Ikebana Group

The group meets:

When: on the second Saturday of the month
Time:  10am – noon
Where: Pauline Berryman, 32B Ngatai Road, Bureta

Contacts:  Pauline Bridgeman 07 576 5760 or Judi Steel 0274 528 963

Ikebana Group

The group meets:

When: on the second Saturday of the month
Time:  10am – noon
Where: Pauline Berryman, 32B Ngatai Road, Bureta

Contacts:  Pauline Bridgeman 07 576 5760 or Judi Steel 0274 528 963

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Model Railways

Come down to the Model Railway Club for a look and a play.
You’ll find them upstairs on the corner of Cross Road and Mirrelies Road at Sulphur Point. All welcome.

Club times are:
Tuesday mornings 9.30am to 12.30pm
Thursday evenings 7.15pm to 9.30pm

Phone:  Mike 02 193 9233 or 543 1108 for further info.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaModelRailway/

 

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Tauranga Scrabble Club

Scrabble is a great mental stimulant. Take up the challenge. Find that top word and top score.

The Tauranga Scrabble club meets every Tuesday morning at the Tauranga Citizens Club, 170 Thirteenth Avenue, Tauranga from 9.20 a.m. for three games of scrabble.  Play commences at 9.30 a.m.  There is a mix of competitive and casual games.
They play 3 games of competitive scrabble per morning. 3 games $2.50

Contact: Barbara
Phone:  Barbara Dunn 544 8372 or Pam Fulton 027 746 4850
Email: dunn.barbara44@gmail.com
Website: www.taurangascrabble.wordpress.com

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/

Kickstart Toastmasters Club Tauranga

Nervous about speaking in public ?

Whether you are giving a business presentation, proposing a wedding toast, or being your best in a job interview, Kickstart Toastmasters can help you address any speaking situation with confidence.

See your skills blossom – in a safe, fun, supportive club environment.  If you have butterflies in your stomach, Toastmasters will help them fly in formation.

Kickstart Toastmasters holds a weekly club meeting where everyone gets a chance to improve their public speaking, listening and leadership skills. We always have a laugh and the café upstairs opens at 6:00 am giving you time to buy a coffee and/or breakfast that can be enjoyed during the meeting.

Guests welcome – we offer three free attendances per person before signup, giving you a really good chance to find out what Toastmasters and our club is all about. No pressure to speak so come along and enjoy the atmosphere.

Day:  Thursday
Time: 07:00am –  8:00am
Venue:  Base Station – Babbage Room, 148 Durham Street, Tauranga
Contact Phone/Txt : 022 390 2216 (Stan)

Website: http://www.kickstarttoastmasters.co.nz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kickstart.Toastmasters.Club/

For other Toastmaster groups in the Bay of Plenty:
https://letslearn.nz/toastmasters/