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NAPIER MAIL, FEBRUARY 8, 2012
HB ORCHID SOCIETY
Are you interested in orchids? Join the friendly
members at our monthly meetings 1st Monday of every
month 7.30pm at the Taradale Rotary Lounge, Taradale
Town Hall. Orchids on display, cultural discussions, raffles,
new members welcome. Enquiries Pres Barabara 845 1333
M.E. and Fibromyalgia Support Group
Support/information group meets 3rd Monday of each
month Little Elms Orchard Road 10am. Come along for
morning tea, listen to guest speakers from various
health groups and community organisations speak on
subjects which are relevant to your illness. Contact Liz
844-4645 firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 027-224-9525
MARTIAL ARTS - Robert Gemmell Martial Arts
SHAOLIN KEMPO/ HSINGI for self defence - Chinese
Martial Art. At Taradale Senior Citizens Hall. EVERY
MONDAY NIGHT. Junior Classes 5pm-6pm Adults
Classes 6pm-7pm. Phone Wendy 844 1535.
Lions Club of Napier Host
Napier Lions welcomes new members! Join in the fun and
fellowship of the Club and assist in community projects. Club
nights are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. For further
information please contact Trevor 843 5775
Coaching sessions offered for persons wanting to resolve
inner conflict, find motivation for new directions or seek
greater fulfilment. Can also assist with limiting behaviours
related to stress, anxiety, phobias, grief, addictions,
smoking cessation. Contact Kevin Lloyd, Dip Life
Coaching, certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Practitioner. Phone 876-3463; 027-522-7302.
Learn to play a musical instrument
Banjo, Mandolin, Ukelele, Guitar, classical rhythm and
lead. Lap and pedal steel guitar. Piano singing and
theory. For more information about the rewards of music
phone 845 3877 or 845 1651 Amalgamated Music Studios
Karate - NOW! Is the perfect time to start training!
In the heart of Napier! Kids Teens Adults - contact us for
info! Shotokan Karate is an intense physical art and an
outstanding mind-body exercise. It is a decisive method of
self-defense, and a proven way to develop discipline and
self-control for kids, and manage stress for adults. There
is nothing like it. Separate youth/adult sessions. Chief
Instructor Edmond Otis, a senior lecturer in Health &
Sport Science at EIT, is internationally known as a
competitor, instructor, coach, and judge. Call: 021 275 0226
Japanese Made Easy for Beginners & Beyond
Do you want to learn or practice your Japanese language
skills? The H.B. Japan Society in conjunction with E.I.T. host
free Japanese lessons & conversation, Tuesday 7-9pm. Room
100 (near Scholars Restaurant) No experience necessary.
Want to know more? Chieko 844-1665 or 835-7673
for powerful and effective behavior and attitude
change, with International therapist direct from Las
Vegas, now in Napier. When it s time to change, Change
should not take time! For details call or text 022 098 6320
or go to www.napiehypnosis.co.nz where you can try
hypnosis for free
Hypnotherapy: Want to Change?
Hypnotherapy and coaching sessions for people of all
ages and all issues. Change unwanted habits, eliminate
fear, phobias, anxiety, stress. Build confidence, self-
esteem, motivation -- Improve Performance Anxiety,
Public Speaking. Call Nancy Johnson, Ph.D. 835-0020
021-255-6743 Certified Hypnotherapist, Cert. Master
Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming
HB ROCK and Roll
We offer 6 week beginner lessons with friendly, super
patient tutors. Lessons are held in Hastings on Wednesday
evenings followed by club night social dancing. Individuals
or couples of all ages welcome. Enrolment necessary by
phoning Jennifier James 878 3978
Napier Al-Anon Family Group
Are you troubled by someone else s drinking? We could help
you find some answers. Our Napier meeting is on Tuesdays
at Jacaranda House, 59 Kennedy Road. (Please use Vigor
Brown St entrance) from 7.30-8.30pm Your anonymity will be
respected. Enquiries phone 835 0591
MES AMI SOCIAL WINE CLUB
Meet new friends, enjoy wine tastings. No regular meeting
on 16 February - instead join us at the Gadsby Art Deco
Picnic on Sunday 19th from 12.30. Look out for the Mes
Ami gazebo. Don t miss it! For more information contact
Dani, email@example.com or check our website
HB Lawn Tennis and Squash Club
SQUASH, 3 courts, visitors welcome. Club nights starting
again soon, Seniors: Monday/7pm Juniors: Friday/5pm
Teenagers: Friday/7pm TENNIS, Club Day: Saturday/
1.30pm Midweek Tuesday & Friday/9am. Professional
Simon Winter available PETANQUE Friday 6pm/
Saturday 2pm RESTAURANT Wednesday & Friday 6pm
843-6573, 13 Higgins St, Marewa, www.hblts.co.nz
Playcentre is Quality ECE:
Parents as first and best educators * play and learn
alongside your children * fun and friendships * birth to
school age * FREE parenting education "Wha
ˉ nau tupu
ˉ tahi - Families growing together" Contact
Playcentre Association on 878 5908. 11 Playcentres in
Hawke s Bay www.playcentre.org.nz
PHUNTSOK CHOELING, HB Buddhist Centre
Calm-Abiding Meditation Mondays 5:30pm/Wednesdays
6:30pm, newcomers especially welcome Saturdays
11:30am. Chenrezig Compassion Chanting Meditation
Wednesdays 5:30pm. Introduction to Buddhism 4-week
course with Jan Crawford Thursdays, March 8th-29th
7-9pm. 8 week Meditation Course starts February 14th.
PARENTS CENTRE TOTS & TODDLERS TOY LIBRARY
Open alternate Thursdays 9am-1pm from 31st March.
1 Lee Road (entrance behind Taradale Town Hall) Infant
and Toddler toys at affordable prices. Memb from $10
Parenting books, Nursery equipment and infant carseat
hire. www.parentscentre.org.nz/napier Answerphone 835-3743
Pania Surfcasting Club
Meets the first Wednesday every month at Old Customs
House, Ahuriri, Napier, 7.30pm. 12 field days per season,
plus casting days. New members, juniors and families
welcome. Contact secretary: Trish Yeoman 876 6556.
Is your eating, food or weight a problem? Maybe
Overeaters Anonymous can help. Meeting 12.30pm
Wednesdays at West Room Memorial Community Rooms,
Clive Square, Napier. Donation only. Contact 842 1563
Op Shop St Andrews
110 Charles St, Westshore. 835-0116.
Art Deco clothing etc in hall Thursday & Friday. Shop
hours Tues - Friday 9.30 - 3pm. Wonderful selection of
clothes to suit all. Linen, material, summer footwear,
books, jig-saws, crockery, nic-nacs, & so much more. Pay
us a visit!.
Pre-school children from birth---five years. We are a parent-
run playgroup meeting Monday s and Friday s at the hall cnr
Wycliffe and Morris Spence Ave from 9.15-11.15am.
Fantastic play equipment, educational toys, books and
creative art programmes. $2 per child per session (casual)
includes morning tea. Phone Kylie 843-3186
Omni Gymnastic Centre
Gymnastic for all ages, abilities from pre-school to adults.
Qualified coaches in fully equipped gym. NZ gymnastic
awarded programmes (competitive/recreational).
58 Flanders Ave, Onekawa. More information 843-5410
Enrolment day/Saturday January 28th 9.30am-
2.30pm Early bird enrolments/Thursday 26th January
& Friday 27th January 9.30am-12.30pm New class/
Thursday 1pm-1.45pm Pre-school 3-5years.
New to Hawke's Bay?
Settlement Support will help you find information,
services and link you to social activities. Call for
appointment: 834-4171, or come in and see us.
Napier Ground floor, Library Building, Station Street,
Community Development Department. Monday-Friday
9am-4.30pm, Hastings Library on Tuesdays 2pm-4pm.
www.napier.govt.nz keyword = migrant.
PRISONERS AID Hawkes Bay
Offering support and reintegration services to
offenders and their families/whanau, including social
and practical support, visits to inmates and help with
release plans, travel assistance for families and general
information and advocacy. Phone 870-3617 or call into
our office at 201 King Street North, Hastings.
Photoscraps Forever located Bill Hercock St next to
Dairy. This term workshops .... crochet, Silver jewellery,
Calligraphy or 3 D Cards (Tutor Jill-Marie) and more. After
school Childrens workshops Mon 3:30 -5 p.m. To book
call in to shop or contact Jocelyn 843-5569,
0274-178-778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Napier Riding for the Disabled - Wanted Volunteers
Always looking for volunteers Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri.
Hours of operation Mon, Wed, Thurs between 8-3.30pm,
Fri 8-1.30pm throughout the year. Any time you can spare
during these hours would be appreciated. Task include
leading ponies during rallies, providing support for riders,
keeping clubrooms tidy etc. Why not become a RDA
Riding Instructor (training organised by RDA National).
Contact the friendly team today on 834 0556 to find out
more about this very rewarding and self satisfying
NAPIER RED CROSS SHOP
35 Cadbury Road Onekawa. 10am--4pm Monday to
Friday Ph 843 0013. Pre-loved clothing, shoes, linen,
kitchenware, books, toys. Lovely jewellery and treasures
in the collectables cabinet. Handknitted items for babies/
toddlers. Next week: BLUE ticket clothing half price.
Knitting Stall at Taradale Shops Saturday 11th Feb
Napier Arts Club
122 Vigor Brown Street. Companionship while you enjoy
your art. Beginners - Artists members will help you get
started either on Monday night at 7pm or Wednesday
from 6pm or weekday of your choice. We also have a
great reference library. Phone Doreen 844-3606 or
Volunteering Hawkes Bay
Finalist in Westpac Business Awards -- Non Profit Sector
Promoting Volunteering to the all sectors in the
Community. Do you want to volunteer? Do you need a
volunteer? At present we offer over 100 jobs with various
organisations in the areas of health, environment, special
needs, education, animals, practical help, administration,
IT, youth, retail, sport and others. We register volunteers
at Community Hub, 62 Raffles St Napier, and Hastings
Library, Tuesdays 2-4pm. For all volunteer opportunities
go to www.volunteeringhb.org.nz and click on job search
to register online or contact us on 833 6691, email
email@example.com. We support organisations
to develop great volunteer opportunities, businesses to do
Corporate Volunteering and provide training for volunteer
management. Great training opportunities are coming up.
Click on training to register online. For information email
TT Martial Art
Tamatea High School Gym, 61 Freyberg Ave, Tamatea.
Phone 844-8924. Children Tuesday 5.30pm. Enjoy the
benefits of Self Defence, physical fitness, body weight
reduction, mental disclipline, confidence building &
motivation inducement. Adults and Intermediate Tuesday
6.30pm and Thursday 6pm. Come and talk to us
Taradale Senior Citizens
Enjoy cards, Bolivia, 500, Rumicub Tuesday/Thursdays
1.15pm. Indoor Bowls (raised mats) Wednesday/Friday/
Sunday 1.15pm. Activities $2pp, afternoon tea provided.
Join us, 2 course meal $8pp. Tuesday/Thursday/Friday
Phone on the day before 10am. Bus available if needed
$4pp. Monthly meeting/entertainment first Thursday each
month 1.30pm. Afternoon tea. CENTRE: 844-7539
Taradale Gymnastic Club
Classes for pre-school, recreational, and competitive
boys and girls. We teach Kiwi Gym Fun Badges, talent
identification and development scheme. Trained
coaches. Club meets Taradale Intermediate School,
Murphy Rd. Enquiries 844-2335. Vacancies for boys and
girls recreational and pre-school classes
Taradale Bridge Club Inc
Taradale Club, Wharerangi Rd, Greenmeadows.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Times of play: Monday
9.30am & 7.15pm, Tuesday 1.15pm, Wednesday
7.15pm, Thursday 10.00am, Saturday 1.15pm. Lessons
held regularly. Checks for dates and further information.
We are a friendly ungraded club. Contact Alan Haslett (Pres)
844-1253 Ngaire Bright (Sec) 844-5542
NAPIER TOY LIBRARY Special General Meeting
(Adopt audited Financial Statements) Mon 20th February
7.30pm, 5a Gebbie Rd Taradale. RSVP apeciated.
We lend 1200+ toys at affordable prices. Membership $10
(monthly) $65 (annual). Tuesdays/Saturdays 9.30am-
1pm, Wednesdays 3.30pm-6pm 58 West Quay Ahuriri
(beside Shed2 carpark) 835-5951 www.toylibraries.co.nz
FAMILY FUN FOR ALL AGES!
Looking for babies and their parents...
Playcentre is looking for babies aged birth - 6 months to
join SPACE a three/four term programme of weekly
sessions which includes meeting new parents, discussion
about child development and learning, time to play,
sound, movement, books. Contact Robin 870-4099
Separated Fathers' Support - Kids need Dads too
Are you a separated father? Problems seeing your kids?
If you feel your children don t see you enough, you are not
alone. We can help.
Call 022 659 3428 www.hb.separatingfathers.co.nz
SeniorNet Napier Inc
Offering the opportuity for older adults (55 years and
older) to enter the world of computers in a relaxed,
enjoyable way among a similar age group. Friendly, small
(five student) classes, in weekly two hour lessons
covering many aspects of computing. Membership/
course application material available Phone 844-6393
SALSA @PG Arena
Join the fun of Salsa Dancing. Next Beginners 4wk
course (Dates: 9th,13th, 20th, 27th) REGISTER NOW
text your name & email to 027-4158432. We also hold
weekly classes for Improvers & Intermediate levels. We
encourage you to bring a partner, however it s not
essential. Monday classes are held at PG Arena.
Wednesday classes are held at the Taradale Club,
Wharerangi Rd. For info on Free Social Dancing
Evenings open to all dancers (Ballroom, Salsa, Latin, New
vogue, Tango, Swing) see events at www.bailamos.co.nz or
follow us on facebook/salsahawkesbay Ph/text: 027 415 8432
SALSA Classes & Dancing
Next Beginners' courses start: HASTINGS Tues 14
Feb 6:15pm NAPIER Wed 15 Feb 6:15pm. 6 Week
duration $10 per class. Visit our website for details &
registration. www.salsaclub.co.nz Tel: 027 494 2029
ROUNDABOUT PRELOVED CLOTHING
BOUTIQUE FOR CHARITY
Shop 9, 69 Bridge Street, Ahuriri Phone 835-7664.
We pay you 33% of the selling price for your unwanted
clothes and accessories (donations are gratefully ac-
cepted). Supporting Starship Foundation, Make-a-Wish
NZ, Ronald McDonald House, and CanTeen. Open
Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm, Saturday 9am-3pm.
Rainbow Umbrella After School Care
The OSCAR Foundations Regional Award Winner -
"Best New OSCAR Programme".
Specialised after school care for children and young
people with disabilities. Fun, care and friendship in a safe
environment. Limited places. transport available. Contact
Jeannine 021-0221-8225 or 844-7750
Waiohiki Arts & Craft Shop
Open 7-days @ Waiohiki Creative Arts Village, 1184 S.H.50,
(opp Napier Golf Club). 845-1698, email@example.com. Home
to: Taradale Pottery Group, PA Whakairo, HB Wood Turners
Guild, Artist Anonymous, Heather Turner (Textile Artist).
Workshops Available. Hooly Thin Pottery. New stock in
store in time for Xmas!!!
Wild Goose Qigong 3 Week Introductory Courses.
Learn how "chee-gong" a traditional Chinese health skill
similar to tai chi can benefit your health & well-being.
Napier: Wednesdays 7:30pm begin 8 February,
Thursdays 10:30am, begin 9 February. Fee $50.
Registration: Jennifer www.qiworks.co.nz /021-298-6740
835-6418. Ongoing classes available in Napier/Havelock North.
General drop-in classes suitable for beginners and
experienced practitioners. Beneficial for stress release
and deep relaxation. Mondays 6.00pm -- 7.30pm, Lotus
Holistic Centre, 1024 St Aubyn Street West, Hastings
More info? Girvan 870 8466 or firstname.lastname@example.org,
http://www.yogavision.net/ PG Dip. Yogic Studies India, Dip.
Satyananda Yoga Teaching Australia
YOGA classical style
Kelly Edlund I.Y.T.A NZ DIP. R.C.Y.P L1 & 2. Yoga
Therapy. General class Thursdays 5.30-7.00pm Napier.
Bookings only. Personal training/yoga therapy/one to
one available for beginners, special introductory rates.
Tranquil yoga space to facilitate sessions. Perfect for
beginners or those wishing to deepen their practice.
Yoga Classes with Clare Woodham
start again for 2012 above Chantals, 45 Hastings St.,
Napier on Tuesday February 7th at 11:30am General
class, Thursday February 9th 11:15am Beginners class,
12:30pm Ashtanga session -- beginners welcome $10 per
class. Meditation Course starts February 14th. Ph 834 0050.
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Toastmaster is not just about Public Speaking, it s about
gaining skills, self-confidence and knowledge in how to
talk to people in groups.We meet in the Greenmeadows
East Community Centre, 7-9pm, 2nd & 4th Monday
monthly. Guests welcome. Contact Craig 842-0483,
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