Workshops Conferences Classes

Workshops Conferences Classes

What To Do When Things Go Wrong - Meditation Course

10 Aug 2020 - What To Do When Things Go Wrong - Meditation Course

'What to do when things go wrong' with Tracy McLaughlin. When things go wrong, it can feel as if the world is just not fair. We look for someone to blame, and and it is pretty easy to feel sorry for ourselves. But self-pity is a miserable space to be in, and very unlikely to help us find positive solutions to our problems. In situations of conflict we tend to become angry easily. We even t... more
 
Meet The Candidates - Election Forum

10 Aug 2020 - Meet The Candidates - Election Forum

Come listen to the candidates for the Rangitīkei & Te Tai Hauāuru electorates. Margaret Kouvelis will be the MC for the evening. Each candidate will give a stump speech, and then the MC will facilitate questions and answers. You can submit questions prior to the event through our Facebook page or by emailing parishoftheoroua @gmail.com. Follow the event on our Facebook page @orouaanglicans as... more
 
Beginner Latin American & Social Ballroom Class

11 Aug 2020 - Beginner Latin American & Social Ballroom Class

Get Fit and have Fun - Come along to our Latin American and Social Ballroom class for the complete beginner. Learn the basics of the Swing, Waltz. Samba and more. If you don’t fancy coming along invite your partner or friends to come along as well No special equipment required just comfortable shoes and clothing. This course runs for 6 consecutive weeks. Contact us to register as places fil... more
 
Drop in Session: Speed Limits Bylaw Review (Stage One)

18 Aug 2020 - Drop in Session: Speed Limits Bylaw Review (Stage One)

Hey Bunnythorpe, In 2019, you told us your thoughts on some changes we were considering to speed limits in your area. We’ve taken your feedback and now we want to know what you think about our proposed changes. We’re proposing changes to: - Roberts Line North - Railway Road - Kairanga-Bunnythorpe Road - Campbell Road - Ashhurst Road Drop in to find out more about the proposed changes and l... more
 
Drive to Survive

25 Aug 2020 - Drive to Survive

This course is the most important course offered by the school. The course is suitable for any licensed driver of a car, utility, or other light vehicle. It is particularly relevant for experienced drivers who drive regularly as part of their occupation. The “Drive to Survive” course recently underwent significant updating in terms of presentation and content. The “Drive to Survive” course is a... more
 
Hearthelp Support Group

26 Aug 2020 - Hearthelp Support Group

Support groups for people and whānau impacted by heart disease, including atrial fibrillation (AF). Please join us for a cuppa and a chat, and the opportunity to meet others with similar conditions. Contact: Annette at the Heart Foundation Phone - 04 472 2780 ext 1 Email - annettes@heartfoundation.org.nz... more
 
Ngā Kaiurungi (Decision Makers) Retreat

25 Sep 2020 - Ngā Kaiurungi (Decision Makers) Retreat

"When the destination is unknown, the way ahead choppy, and the ride uncomfortable is when the kaiurungi (navigators/decision makers) throw their weight of experience into charting a new course, holding things steady whilst the kaihoe (paddlers/crew) reset their bearings." Are you a decision maker? This 2-day (Friday through Sunday), small-group (8-22 people) workshop is crafted for kaiurungi (d... more
 
Drive to Survive

28 Oct 2020 - Drive to Survive

This course is the most important course offered by the school. The course is suitable for any licensed driver of a car, utility, or other light vehicle. It is particularly relevant for experienced drivers who drive regularly as part of their occupation. The “Drive to Survive” course is a car control course comprising of 50/50 classroom to practical exercises. The course is designed to help dri... more
 
Diabetes Take Action Cooking Series - Summer Eats

23 Nov 2020 - Diabetes Take Action Cooking Series - Summer Eats

Join our dietitian tutors for a fun cooking demonstration, tasting and learning about how to prepare healthy foods. This course is suitable for people with Diabetes and Pre-diabetes, support people are also welcome. Please register via our website or phone 06 3575992. A gold coin donation is appreciated.... more
 

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