There’s no shortage of things to do in our northern neighbourhood. We’ve put together some of our favourites to keep you occupied.
A tempting trail
Oxford township, Main Street, Oxford
The Great Oxford Garage Sale Trail is an extravaganza of new, recycled, second hand, vintage treasures, odds and ends in and around Oxford. Over 30 sites where you can fossick and bargain hunt. Starting at 9am, maps can be obtained from the Pearson Park Oval for a gold coin donation until 11am and then by the Pine Tree Main Street.
Calling all groovers
Rangiora Methodist Church, 176 King St, Rangiora
Zumba Zing is excited to announce a new Zumba Kids class for 8+ year-olds starting Term 3. Featuring the famous Zumba Fitness music, rhythms and beats along with Zumba choreography broken into kid-friendly routines, it’s the perfect recipe for fitness fun. Mondays from 4:40-5:30pm. Term starts on 30 July and runs for 8 weeks.
Phone Jules 021 678 858
Artisan Rangiora Bakery, 18 High Street, Rangiora
One of the hardest things for people to do is network with strangers, Elite6 Business Networking is a friendly and supportive group designed to help people develop their networking skills, help grow each other’s business and become friends. On Wednesdays from 7:30-8:30am.
Phone Debs Taylor-Hayhurst 021 863 877, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rangiora Hospital, 161 Ashley Street, Rangiora
Hatha Yoga is a system of pranayama (breathing practice), physical movements through normal range of motion and strength building poses that affect the physical, mental and emotional body. This class welcomes everyone, beginners, experienced, pregnant, postnatal, retired, curious bystanders. Door sales $13 each. Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm.
Waste Free Living Workshop
Ruataniwha Civic Centre, 176 Williams Street, Kaiapoi
Through this exciting seminar you will be inspired, become motivated and take control of your household’s impact on our future. Suitable for all ages and stages, households and flats, in fact everybody should attend!
A muddy good time
Mandeville Sports Centre, 431 Mandeville Road, Swannanoa
A Muddy Good Run has a new venue, Mandeville Sports Centre, where they will be building mud pits, slippery slides, mud and water slides, cars to climb over, cars to crawl under, containers to scale, hay bales to get over, camo net crawls, cargo net climbs and a run and crawl in between.
The Cat in the Hat
Rangiora Town Hall, High St, Rangiora
Two bored kids. One rainy day. And one crazy cat wearing a red-striped hat. In 1957, Theodor Seuss Geisel used this formula and only 200 words to write his second children’s book as Dr. Seuss. More than 50 years later, this zany, imaginative play is coming to Rangiora for some school holiday fun. Spoiler alert: Things run amuck, and quickly.