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13-Aug 9: A Moment in Time photo exhibition, Estuary Arts Centre
14: Tennis in the holidays The Warkworth Tennis and Squash Club is hosting a school holiday programme for players aged six to 11. It will be held from 9am to noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays on both weeks of the holidays. Learn or improve skills in a friendly environment. $15 per day. Contact Hugo 022 311 3216.
15: Warkworth Lions Quiz series, Bowls Warkworth, 6.30pm. Teams of six maximum, entry $10 per person, BYO nibbles. Prizes, raffles, guest callers. Info: David on 422 2216 or Graham on 422 3130
15: Golf lessons in Omaha The Omaha Beach Golf Club is hosting a three-day school holiday programme. It takes place July 15-17 from 9am to noon. $150 for children aged six to 12. Sign up in the shop or contact email@example.com
16: Football academy. The Shoesmith Domain will host a two-day school holiday programme with the Ricki Herbert Football Academy. It will be held Thursday and Friday, July 16 & 17, 9am to 3pm. $66 for children aged seven to 14. Rickyherbertfootballacademy.co.nz
16: Forest & Bird. Talk by botanist Maureen Young on green pests – the weeds we need to be wary of. Totara Park Retirement Village Hall, Warkworth, 7.30pm. All welcome.
16: Tennis in the holidays The Warkworth Tennis and Squash Club is hosting a school holiday programme for players aged six to 11. It will be held from 9am to noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays on both weeks of the holidays. Learn or improve skills in a friendly environment. $15 per day. Contact Hugo 022 311 3216.
16: Forest & Bird Talk, Totara Park Retirement Village Hall, Warkworth, 7.30pm. Botanist Maureen Young on Green Pests – the weeds we need to be wary of. All welcome.
16: Public meeting on motorway toll, The Bridgehouse, 5.30pm. Discussion hosted by One Warkworth.
17: Hikoi to Auckland Council, Albert Park, 11am. Fight the Tip and Ngati Whatua-led protest against the proposed landfill in the Dome Valley.
18: Matariki - In pursuit of the Stars Open day, Estuary Arts Centre, Hibiscus Coast Highway Orewa, 10am-2pm. This event will offer short have-a-go art and craft activities such as kite making, decorating a galaxy cookie, harekeke star weaving and craft demonstrations
18: Community planting day, Te Whau Walkway, Snells Beach, 10am-noon. Bring gloves, water, suitable clothing and closed in shoes. Enter from end of Cornel Circle.
18: Platinum bowls in Wellsford. The Wellsford Bowls Club is celebrating its 70th anniversary and is asking past and present members to join in the festivities. All are invited to roll up on Saturday, July 18, to share memories and have a casual game of bowls. Contact Jill 021 264 5843.
19: Composting and plant propagation workshop, Matakana Hall, 9am-5pm. Hands-on skills related to permaculture practices. Bookings: PDCmatakana@gmail.com
19: Kaukapakapa Village Market, 947 Kaipara Coast Highway, SH16, 8.30am-1pm. Stalls, fresh coffee, food, local produce, live music, free face painting & much more. To book a stall: Sarah 0274 831542 or firstname.lastname@example.org
19: Vesa and Friends, Warkworth Town Hall, 4pm. Performing works of Beethoven and Mozart. ... read more
20: Composting workshop, Ahuroa Hall, 6.30-8.30pm. The Compost Collective's Judy Keats will outline traditional and Bokashi composting, plus worm farming. Free entry and $40 discount off a home composting system. Info and registration: compostcollective.org.nz
20: Te Reo lessons for beginners, Te Hana Te Ao Marama Marae, 311 State Highway One, Te Hana, 4.30pm. Info: Mereana 423 8701 or 021 070 59 48
23: Rodney Aphasia Group shared lunch, Estuary Arts Centre, 214 Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa, at midday followed by the AGM at 1pm and group meeting. Guest speaker will be psychologist Louise Morgan from Massey University. Please bring a plate to share; refreshments are provided. Info: Lisa email@example.com. RSVP Wednesday July 22.
26: Fabric Rescue Event, Matakana Community Hall, 11am-2pm. Bring and buy fabrics for clothes, furnishings and craft projects. Info: Fabric Rescue on Facebook
26: Wellsford Drama Club public meeting, Wellsford Community Centre, 2pm. For all with an interest in drama and supporting the club. All welcome.
28: Driving for Older Drivers, St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Centreway Rd Orewa, 10am. This free talk cover traffic rules, changes in the law and road code and tips for safer driving practices.
30: Anti-meth movie premier, Mahurangi College Hall, 7pm. Collaboration between Springboard and former police officer Bede Haughey about a real life cautionary tale in Snells Beach
30: Grey Power national president Mac Welch speaks at Warkworth Grey Power meeting, Totara Park Hall, Melwood Dv, Warkworth, 10am. All welcome
30: Long Pink Breakfast, Orewa Boulevard, from 7am onwards. Book a table at your favourite eatery early to avoid disappointment. Raising money for Breast Cancer NZ.
1: Good as New Pre Loved Kids Market, Orewa Community Centre, 9am-12noon. More than 45 stalls selling second hand kids' clothing and other items.
1: Employment Expo, Warkworth Town Hall, 1pm. An opportunity for businesses to showcase their industry and job seekers to find out about local employment. Seminars on CV writing and interview techniques. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 027 4966 550
1-2: 8 Wired Dark Beer Festival, 8 Wired Barrelworks, noon-late. A selection of dark beers on tap from breweries across the country. Jo-Bro's Burgers and Matakana Oysters on site all weekend.
2: Community planting day, Tāwharanui Regional Park, 9am-1pm. Wear sturdy footwear and clothing. Bring water. Sausage sizzle lunch. Register at tossi.org.nz
5: Warkworth Area Liaison Group for all interested in Warkworth Community issues, RSA basement meeting room, 7pm.
12: Warkworth Lions Quiz series, Bowls Warkworth, 6.30pm. Teams of six maximum, entry $10 per person, BYO nibbles. Prizes, raffles, guest callers. Info: David on 422 2216 or Graham on 422 3130
14-15: White Chapel Jak, Leigh Sawmill Cafe. Friday show, 730pm. Saturday show, 7pm. Tickets: facebook.com/tours/714680319372503. (see story p)
17: Highfield Donkey Inc. AGM. Mahurangi East Community Centre, 2pm. New members welcome. Info: Sheila Ford 425 5061.
29: Puhoi Sports Club Post Covid-19 night out. Featuring live music by the Recliner Rockers, Puhoi Sports Club, Puhoi Domain. Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets $25 (or $30 door sales if available), from the club. Tickets selling fast. Info: phone Jess, 021 617 747 or Troy, 021 221 7886.
Bowling Club for partially sighted Every Wednesday 9.30am–11.30am, St. Andrews Church Hall, Centreway Rd, Orewa. Ph Virginia 09 426 8454.
Cafe Connect, For the retired age group to meet in a cafe style atmosphere. 10am, 2nd Monday of each month @ Orewa Community Church. Gold coin donation. Ph 424 3159.
Empathy Support Group for those bereaved by suicide. Held last Monday of every month, 7pm. Hibiscus Coast Community House, Western Reserve, 214 Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa. Gold coin donation. Contact Susan 021 884 162.
Friday Art Group, Friday 10am - 1pm @ Orewa Community Church. Ph Alan Smith 09 962 4929.
Hibiscus Coast Concert Band is a local community band for members of all ages and abilities. Rehearsal, from 7pm-9pm fortnight, Orewa College. Visit www.hccb.org.nz, or ph 021 186 4599 to check next rehearsal.
Hibiscus Men's Shed Coffee Club. 1st Wednesday every month at 11am, Red Beach Surf Club, Ngapara Road, Red Beach.
Hibiscus Coast VIP Club (Visually Impaired Peoples Club) Meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Presbyterian Church Hall in Centreway Rd. 10am till 12.15pm. Ph Shelley 426 2298.
Hibiscus Spirit Awakening And Healing Centre Meet fortnightly, Wednesday 7.30pm-9pm. 9e Annalise Road, Orewa. For details and development class enquiries ph Lynda 424 1998.
Orewa Communtiy Craft Group meets 2nd & 4th Thursday 1-3pm Orewa Presbyterian Church Hall, 107 Centreway Rd. Bring your own work or join with others to make a community craft project. Ph Maureen 427 9948.
Orewa Keep Fit Club Gentle exercises to music for ladies. Every Thursday at 9.30am, Presbyterian Church hall, 107 Centreway Rd, Orewa. Ph Anne 424 5365 or email email@example.com
Orewa Ladies Club 1st Thursday of the month, 10am, St John's Catholic Church Orewa. Friendship, speakers and outings. Ph Audrey 426 7115.
Orewa Ladies Garden club meeting 2nd Thursday of each month. Next meeting Oct 11, 12.30pm, Orewa Catholic Church Hall, 180 Centreway Road.
Silverdale-Orewa Toastmasters Club Meeting. Every second Wednesday, from 7.20pm-9.30pm. Theosophical Society, 9 Forest Glen, Orewa. www.orewa.toastmastersclubs.org for more information. Next meetings, Oct 17 and 31, Nov 14 and 28.
A Sunday Social dance - ballroom, Latin American etc. All welcome. 4th Sunday of month, 5pm-8pm. Silverdale Hall, Silverdale Ph 427 5542. Next event Oct 28.
Hibiscus Coast Highland Pipes and Drums Wednesday 7.30pm practices, St Johns Ambulance Hall 36 Silverdale Rd. Ph Gayle Robinson 424 1166 or 021 104 3497 or Bob Logan 4241838.
Hibiscus Coast U3A Members meet at the Salvation Army Hall, Silverdale, the third Monday of every second month, 10am. If you are over 55 and would like to join visit www.u3ahbc.co.nz, or ph Kaye 424 5855.
Rodney Aphasia Support Meeting for people with aphasia and their caregivers, 4th Thursday of month, Rotary House Silverdale, 1.30pm-3.30pm. Contact Lisa Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org.
Escape Monday Morning Blues Join us for coffee and company or Manly Methodist Church, 9.30am. Ph Jackie 427 0428.
Hibiscus Coast Toastmasters. Every second Tuesday from 7.30pm-9.30pm at the Bridge Club in Edith Hopper Park, Whangaparaoa. Next meeting Tues October 16.
Hibiscus Coast Stamp Club meets the 2nd Thursday each month, Methodist Church Hall Whangaparaoa Road opposite the Fire Station, 1.30pm. Ph 427 6344.
Whangaparaoa Community Hub, Health Pop-In, every Tuesday 2pm-4pm. Free health advice for 3-18 year olds from Sue & El, WDHB Nurses. No appointment necessary. 707 Whangaparaoa Rd. www.facebook.com/events/264714820739169/