What’s On? One Love & Beach Events

The final day of the 2018 Surf Lifesaving New Zealand Eastern Regional Championships is on at the Mount main beach today. Photo: Cameron Walker.

Kia ora and welcome to Sunday, which for many of you, is the just middle of your long weekend.

If you’re fortunate enough to have Monday off, then there’s no reason why you can’t get out and about and enjoy the beautiful weather today.

The MetService has us down for a high of 27 degrees, and an overnight low of just 20, so be sure to put on sunscreen. Believe me, it’s a good idea.

The second day of One Love, New Zealand’s premier reggae festival, is on at Tauranga Domain from 11.30am, with more great acts providing an afternoon of easy listening and good vibes, including J-Boog and Katchafire later in the evening.

Meanwhile, over in Mount Maunganui, surfers and surf lifesavers will continue to test their skills in the final days of their respective competitions. New Zealand’s top junior surfers are competing in the 2018 Billabong Grom Series at Tay Street, while the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service team has taken an early lead on the first full day of the 2018 Eastern Regional Championships on the Mount main beach. Both events are free to watch, with action starting early this morning, so grab an umbrella and a blanket and come on down.

Elsewhere, well-dressed cyclists will take to the streets in Waihi Beach as part of the ‘Frocks on Bikes’ event. Participants can register at the Waihi Beach Hotel, where there are three route choices with tour leaders, all around Waihi Beach. All you need is a frock, a bike, a drink bottle and some sun block.

The event starts from 10am at Waihi Beach Hotel Garden Bar. A gold coin donation is required and prizes are up for grabs on the day as well.

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

WHAT’S ON – Sunday, January 28:

A More Meaningful Life

Set worthwhile achievable goals. Backbenches room, Grindz Cafe, 50 First Avenue. 12:30 Coffee & chat. 1pm-2:30. Watch video followed by discussion. Koha appreciated.

ART ON THE STRAND

The Strand, Tauranga - Art for Sale - weather permitting 9am-4pm Tauranga Society of Artists Inc

Computer Club (TGA) Inc.

Meets at Arts & Crafts Centre, Elizabeth St West, on last Sun of the month, from 9:30am-12:30pm. More info Ph 571 4941

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

Corkers Toastmasters

Promoting Communication & Leadership meets 3rd Sunday of month commencing 2pm Zone Cafe - upstairs 2/5B Owens Place Mount Maunganui. Inquiries Chrissy 027 296 7939

Frocks On Bikes

Fun family event, decorate you/your bike. Guys welcome if wearing frock! Great prizes. Registration 10am Waihi Beach Hotel. Gold coin donation. Ph Kelly 021 231 8643

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 Country Music Club

Our next event is Sunday 28th at 1pm. Come along & enjoy the music & join in if you wish. Ph Mike 0274 597 505

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


2 Comments

@ Told you

Posted on 28-01-2018 17:25 | By MISS ADVENTURE

Like I care

What

Posted on 28-01-2018 12:58 | By Told you

Did the Jet Sprints not go ahead?

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