Interest Groups

 

Interest Groups:

MONDAY WALKERS: Carol  Meet 9.30am, 1 hour walk, then enjoy Conversation, Coffee & Cake

October Activities

Please Note TUESDAY 7th DECEMBER in your diaries for our end of year dinner at Beachside (Tahuna Camp) at 6pm. More details to come.

Interest groups meet either weekly, monthly or randomly, and are coordinated by a member with an interest in the activity. Your ideas & help is needed to keep groups vibrant.

4 October Maitai River Walkway. (Flat)
PARK: End of Sovereign St. COFFEE Halifax Café

11 October Whakatu Drive (Flat)
PARK WOW Carpark COFFEE Columbus at M10.

18 October City Heritage Trail (Slight Gradient)
PARK Cathedral Carpark. COFFEE Sweet As Café (Upper Trafalgar St)

28 October TAHUNANUI HILLS (Hilly)
PARK Abel Tasman Carpark COFFEE Raglan Coffee

LUNCH BUNCH – Carol 

27th October: Comida Cafe in Buxton Square Midday.

 

HAPPY SNAPPERSRobin .
Our October theme is: Birds Of A Feather. Please submit up to 6 images
October 19, 3pm

 

MAH JONG Frances 
Thursday, 21 October at Green Gables, 241 Bridge Street, Nelson.

MOVIE (& Pizza) GROUP: Diana  Emails sent out each month to those on ‘the list’!

With the restrictions at level 2 it’s not practical to have our get together yet, but you can go independently

SOCIAL CLIMBERS: Peter

28 October – Rameka Track - G2 walk in the fabulous Takaka Hill area with a walk to the look out and back.
25th November – Rainbow Ski field - Alpine plant exploration. This trip was going to be led by Rebecca, but sadly her upcoming surgery means we must take our own plant books with us.

SOCIAL GOLF: Perry Hoby

1st November 10 am Motueka


LOOKING OUT GROUP Tony E

Waiting for new lockdown direction

CYCLISTS: Christine Rides are emailed on a Friday for the following Tuesday.

 

GOURMET GROUPKay 

  
 
Book Group Louise

12 October. Big Sister Little Sister Red Sister by Jung Chang Mary's last Dance by Mary Li

9 November Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart. Venue TBA

14 December. New Zealand crime
The Tally Stick by Carl Nixon. and/or

See you in September by Charity Norman