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Community Update

5 Dec 2013, 8:00 AM

Summer Beach Read - Waitomo District Library

Children aged 5-12 years of age are invited to join in the Summer Beach Read at the Waitomo District Library. The reading programme runs from 2 December 2013 and includes lots of fun activities, rewards, and it’s free!

The programme is aimed at promoting a culture where reading is supported, role modelled and encouraged for the benefit of our youth.Summer Beach Read Rua

To register for the Summer Beach Read visit the Library, Taupiri Street Te Kuiti.

Open Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm,  Saturday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Phone/Fax: (07) 878 1028

Visit our webpage: www.waitomo.govt.nz/library


 

What’s On at the Te Kuiti Swimming Pool?

Jump into summer at the Te Kuiti Swimming Pool.

  • Primary schools are booked in for swimming at the Pool from 18th November - 18th December 2013. Please keep this in mind when planning your visit to the pool, or phone (07) 878 8803 to enquire.
  • Swimming Club is held Monday to Friday from 5pm - 7.30pm.

Aquacise

Come along on Friday during your lunch break, have fun and get fit. Aquacise classes are held every Friday 12.15 - 12.45pm.

Learn to Swim

New Zealand children are largely exposed to water and its hazards; be it lakes, rivers, oceans or community swimming pools.

Learning to swim and knowledge of personal survival in aquatic environments are important skills that all New Zealanders should learn. Along with learning the technique of swimming, lessons also provide the opportunity to learn water safety skills and a general awareness of an aquatic environment.Learn to Swim at Te Kuiti Swimming Pool

Enrolments are now being taken for Levels 1-5. Classes will take place Monday to Thursday from 3pm - 5pm.