Activities

Enabling Good Lives forum for people with disability. On Tuesday 20th ebruary from 6pm - 8pm, at the Recreation Centre, blind Foundation 15 Liverpool Street, hamilton Crentral.Ph or txt 021720978.Enter your team International Womens' Day Quiz night. - 8th March. Phone Zeta on 838 2219 ext4Open Forum: talk with a Q & A session. mental Health and the older person. Gueast Speaker Dr Mary Gillooly : consultant Psychiatrist. Monday 26th February 2018, 6.30 - 9pm. Held at celebrating Age Centre - 30 victoria Streaat, Hamilton. Hippy - Learning to learn together. Do you have achild between 3 - 3 and half years of age. Hippy is a home based programme that helps you teach your child the skills they need to get the best start at school. Contact Liz Winslade Phone 838 9811 or 021 419 5241.The Mindful Cafe. take time out come and have a up of tea or coff. aplce to relax and make new friends. for persons witha disability or mental health illness. the first and third Tuesday of every month, held at the celbrating Age 30 Victoria Street. gold coin donation. 1-3pm. contact christine on 0800 77 57 57.

 

Internatonal Kai Festival at Rhode Street School. - contact 847 7245, or wwwrhodestreet.schoolnz.

Health Watch Workshop - Problem Gambling -Run by Centre 401. Rsvp to Vanessa Phone 838 0199

Basic Sign Language Course starts 2nd of March 2018. Phone Wendy 839 3917.

Literacy Waikato - you can up skill at NO COST to you. - Monday to Wednesday 9.30 - 2.30. one on one or group tuition. Ph 974 9499 or 022 355 1274, they are at 1000 victoria street, hamilton NZ.

 

Responsive Trade Education. Youth guarantee, Aged 16-19 years- Building and Construction Qualifications.

Youth intact, He Taiohi Angitu - Waikato's alcohol and drug service for young people. Ph 0800 468 288

 

Responsive Trade Training - Looking for work? Employment and life skills focused Programme. Frree training for work and Income clients.

Computer Mentors now available at Hamilton libraries

 Ask at Chartwell, Dinsdale, Glenview  libraries how you can receive free, one on one help on writing your CV, setting up an email account or any other computer related things you may want to know about  The Computer mentors will be happy to help you. They have computer mentors who can speak many different languages.  If you know of someone who does not have English as their first language, and could use some computer help please ask staff for available sessions.   Sorry, mentors are not available at Hillcrest or St Andrews libraries.  The libraries have other services click here to find out more.