Pukekohe Pottery Club
Pukekohe High School
Room : B8
Dr. Harvey Winter
We meet at 7-9pm each Tuesday of the school term.
A club fee of $50.00 per person each term.
Clay is available at @2.50 a kg.
A firing charge applies and depends on the size of the piece
A warm welcome with plenty of advice and ideas for those who
feel they would like to find their creativity through the medium
To find out more visit Kiwi Pottery Group on facebook.
What is SeniorNet?
Many older people feel that they may have been left behind by technology in this computer age. SeniorNet offers a way for you to “catch up” and take advantage of new skills. Communication with family and friends by email is becoming the norm these days. SeniorNet therefore aims to teach computer skills to the older person over the age of 55 years in an enjoyable and friendly way. As part of the SeniorNet philosophy of “peer teaching”, members are tutored by other computer literate members in courses that range from basic introduction to computers, to programmes such as word processing, databases, spreadsheets, email and the internet. More advanced courses are also held such as Desktop Publishing, Image Manipulation, Scanning and Digital Cameras. Learning in a non-threatening environment, in small groups, through “peer tutoring” and at a modest cost, is the focus of SeniorNet.
We cater for users of Windows XP, Windows VISTA, Windows 7 and Apple-Mac computers.
For any further information you may need:
Chairperson; Joy Jefferis 298 9155
Deputy Cairman; Bruce Hayhow 274 0409
Secretary; Lorraine Hyland 298 8590
Franklin Woodturners Club Inc.
Meet: Every Thursday 7.00pm to 9.00pm. And some Saturdays as required.
Meeting Place: Woodturners Clubrooms. Collingwood Road, Waiuku. (Near BMX track)
Purpose: The main objective is to promote, foster and encourage the art and craft of woodturning and to cultivate an appreciation of the artisitic aspects of woodturning and working with wood.
General Information: Founded in 1998 the club became an Incorporated Society in June 2004 and is a member of the National Association of Woodworkers Inc. Membership numbers around 55 men and women and ages range from early 20′s to early 90′s. The annual subscription is $60 plus a $10 joining fee for new members. Students are welcome to join for a total fee of $15 per annum.
More information: For more information please contact any one of the following.
President: Andrew Bright. Ph. 021 230 3168.
Secretary: Phil Brady. 09 233 4023 or 0275 956 484
Zumba dance class for everyone (beginner)
The latin inspired, easy to follow, carlorie burning, ditch the work out and join the party.
Lead by a Qualified instructor.
cost 10$ per session
ph Kate Crosbie
09 2390617 or 021 2303603
Franklin Bipolar & Depression Support Group
7:30pm @ Pukekohe Methodist Church Hall, Wesley Street. Confidential & safe peer-run group helping folk to gain a sense of connection, thus reducing stigma & feelings of isolation. Meetings are are the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. For more details ph Val – 235 6312