What’s On? Tauranga A&P Show

Cows and other farm animals will be at the Tauranga A&P Lifestyle Show today. Supplied photo.

Kia ora, Sunners, and welcome to the end of the week.

It's Sunday in mid-January, so most of you will be thinking about getting outside and enjoying summer.

Weather-wise, MetService is predicting cloudy periods with a few showers, as we prepare to get whacked with some decent rain next week. The high will 24, with an overnight low of 19, so expect a certain degree of humidity.

For those looking to get a dose of the country life, the Tauranga A&P Lifestyle Show is on today at the Tauranga Racecourse. There will be farm animals, shearing displays, a multitude of stalls, and plenty of entertainment for the kids. The show is on from 10am-4pm. Entry is $10 for adults and children under 12 attend free. All ticket holders go in the draw for a $1000 cash prize as well as spot prizes.

The Bay Oval is also hosting a match between India and Australia as part of the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. The game begins at 2pm, and entry is free, so no excuse not to take the family down and watch the next generation of rising cricket stars.

For more of What's On, check out today's other listings below:

WHAT'S ON – Sunday, January 14:

Art on Strand

Art on Strand - art for sale - weather permitting - Tauranga Society of Artists inc. 9am-4pm

Art Waihi Exhibition

Waihi Memorial Hall Seddon St, today 10am-4pm. Guests: Mosaic artists Pauline Goodwin & JJ Jones & Painter Shirley Killick.

BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC Athenree Homestead

& Refreshment Rooms in the old Athenree Station open 12-3pm. 360 Athenree Road, Athenree. More info on website www.athenreehomestead.org.nz

Computer Help for Individuals

Need help to use your computer, iPad, tablet, eReader, phone or other device. Contact the Library to book a lesson with one of our tutors. Phone 577 7177

Maketu Market

3rd & 5th Sundays 7am-12pm at Maketu Village Green. Ph Pat 533 2687 or Fennis 0274 282 862

Meaningful Life

New Year's Resolutions. How to make & keep them. Where: Backbenches Room, Grindz Cafe, 50 First Ave. When: Sunday, 14th. 12:30 Coffee & chat 1pm. Video & discussion.

NZDA BOP Range Day

NZDA BOP branch run public open days last Sunday each month at their 300m range in TECT All Terrain Park. 9am-3pm $20 bring firearms licence.

Papamoa Outdoor Bowls

All welcome to our Roll Up's. Sun & Wed. Register at 12:30, commences 1pm. Come & experience OUTDOOR BOWLS Gordon Spratt Reserve. Ph 574 0177 anytime.

Radio Controlled Model Yachts

Sundays 1:30pm & Thursdays 5:30pm, in pond behind 24 Montego Drive Papamoa, sailing Electron Yachts for fun. Adult beginners welcome. Graham 572 5419

Sport BOP Bike Month

From group rides and bike maintenance to mountain biking, there's something for everyone in our Bike Month calendars. Plus prizes to be won! www.sportbop.co.nz/bike-month

Tauranga Rotary Easter Booksale

Please donate books, records, Cds, Dvds, Jigsaws & Sheet music for next Rotary Charity Book sale. Ph Anne 543 5350 or Ross 544 0817



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