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Community Update

3 Oct 2013, 8:00 AM

Te Kuiti Swimming Pool

Jump into summer at the Te Kuiti Swimming Pool, Hinerangi Street Te Kuiti. The pool is now open for the summer season. Come down and chat to the lifeguard crew who will be organising the pool’s timetable and activities for the summer season. The pool complex has lane swimming, learn to swim classes and aqua aerobics classes.

You can download a copy of the schedule for 2013/14, from our website or collect one from the pool, i-SITE or WDC Office Queen Street, Te Kuiti.


Waitomo District Library

Take part in the Spring Holiday Reading Programme ‘The Great Outdoors’.

Children who are library members, can take out two books from the library during the school holidays and receive a pack, full of crafts and fun activities. Make your own toy boat, a bird feeder and try your hand at knot tying. Packs are now available at the Library, Taupiri Street Te Kuiti.


 

Request a service online: fixmystreet.org.nz

Fix My Street is an online database where you may report local issues like (but not limited to) graffiti, litter, street repairs or street lighting to Waitomo District Council. You can include photos of the issue and use your iPhone or Android smart phone.

New requests and request updates are sent to and from the Fix My Street website to the Waitomo District Council’s service request system.

To report an issue in your area visit fixmystreet.org.nz


Te Kuiti Visitor Information Centre i-SITE

With the weather being so changeable this spring, the i-SITE Team recommend that you check out track conditions before attempting any walks such as the Timber Trail at Pureora. Department of Conservation (DOC) maintain a site called ‘Waikato Notices’ which provide up to date information about any closed or flooded walking tracks in our area.

For more info visit www.doc.govt.nz/waikatonotices

The Waitomo Society of Arts will be holding their annual exhibition, from 18-19 October 9.30am to 4pm, at the Waitomo Cultural and Arts Centre.

The exhibition will showcase the talent we have in Te Kuiti. The entry fee is $4.00 per person and children free with a fee paying adult.