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Indoor market for August

Jul 27th, 2018 | By

The latest Tamahere Lions-hosted Best Artisan Market is on Saturday, August 4 from 9am to 1pm.

More than 60 stalls, mostly indoors, will offer food, cosmetics, gifts, crafts, plants, photography, coffee, jewellery, knitwear, furniture and more in the Tamahere Community Centre on Devine Rd.

Another two indoor markets are planned for upcoming Saturday mornings on October 6 and December 1.

Artisan market in June

Jun 2nd, 2018 | By

The countdown has started for the next Tamahere Lions’ Best Artisan Market, indoors at Tamahere Community Centre on Saturday, June 23.

Expect more than 60 stalls with food, craft, gifts, perfumes, cosmetics, clothing, and furniture for sale between 9am and 1pm.

Another four indoor markets at the Tamahere Community Centre are planned for upcoming Saturday mornings on August 4, October 6 and December 1.

‘Best’ markets feature artisans

Feb 2nd, 2018 | By

Following the success of its ‘Best Christmas market’ in December the Tamahere Lions are sponsoring another five markets this year.

More than 1400 shoppers checked out the Christmas market, many stall holders sold all their stock and there were many calls for more markets, said Lions’ spokeswoman Susan McHugh.

Styled this time as the ‘Best Artisan Market’, they will be held 9am to 1pm on Saturday, April 14, June 23, August 4 and December 1.

Lions back diabetes, paras

Oct 29th, 2017 | By

Tamahere Lions’ fundraising gets into high gear during November with events supporting diabetes awareness and paralympians.

During the month, Lions worldwide are joining together to combat diabetes and the Tamahere group will do that with knowledgeable speaker, Justina Wu, a clinical Director for the Diabetes Services in Hamilton.

Wu’s address on the education, management and research of diabetes will take place at Inspirit Gallery, 380 Pencarrow Rd on Thursday, November 16 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.

Movie premier for paralympians

Aug 20th, 2017 | By

Tamahere Lions are supporting the NZ Paralympic team by screening the soon-to-be released movie 6 Days at the Tivoli Theatre in Cambridge on September 6.

The movie, directed by Toa Fraser, tells the story of the 1980, 6-day armed storming of the Iranian Embassy in London.

The Lions have booked the entire theatre – 140 seats – and half the amount from the $20 tickets will be donated to the Paralympic team.

Eat your cake and donate it too

Jul 19th, 2017 | By

Thinking well ahead Tamahere Lions are appealing for people to get in the Christmas spirit early and plan their Christmas cake purchases.

This year the club is working with the Salvation Army to enable people to buy cakes and donate them to brighten a needy family’s Christmas.

It would be a double act of generosity as $5 from the $18 price of the Ernest Adams cakes also goes toward community projects.

Tamahere Lions turn two

May 7th, 2017 | By

The Tamahere Lions Club will look back on two busy years when it celebrates its second birthday next month.

The list of events and activities the club has helped locally and further afield includes the Tamahere Reserve, Allan Turner Memorial Walkway, Tamahere School pumpkin night, Tamahere Market, Matangi School and Dynamo cycle events.

And the club has distributed more than $3000 to a number of community groups.

Lions bowling along

Feb 10th, 2016 | By

Lawn bowls are on the agenda for Tamahere Lions next week as the club mixes pleasure with business.

The club, which welcomes new members, has a regular business meeting on the first Thursday of each month at Punnet Café in Newell Road.

It also has a social event each month, on the third Thursday of the month, and on February 18 it will be bowls in Cambridge.

Tourism talk for Lions

Oct 8th, 2015 | By

The founder of Taranaki’s inspired Forgotten World Adventures rail trail will be the guest speaker at this month’s Tamahere Lions’ evening meeting.

Ian Balme, a farmer, keen outdoors man and former Waikato Regional Councillor, reclaimed the historic, hundred year old Stratford-Okahukura railway line in 2011, turning it into an award-winning tourism venture.

He will address the Lions’ dinner meeting on Thursday, October 15, from 6.30pm, at Gails of Tamahere, Devine Rd.

Lions club charters

May 14th, 2015 | By

The Tamahere Lions Club has gone from a branch club to a fully chartered club in just under a year.

The club will officially be chartered on Saturday, May 23 at an evening event at Gails of Tamahere.

It is chartering with 31 members but is keen for more members, says member Sue McCowan.