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Cambridge Community Marae Annual General Meeting 7pm Tuesday 11 October 2011 at Cambridge Community Marae on the corner of Bracken Street and Pope Terrace, Leamington. All invited and welcome to attend. New committee members sought. See you there! Wally Jones Chairperson telephone: 827 9512
10:00AM 25 June 2011: Off to a bit of a rocky start – when embedding your Google Calendar be sure to set the time zone before cutting and pasting the embed code – in that code is
ctz=UTC; for NZST it should read
ctz=UTC=12 (you can modify this manually or recapture the code and paste again – you needed to know that didn’t you :).
Update 10:45 25 June 2011: Better still
ctz=Pacific/Auckland which should take care of daylight saving I assume.
Friday the 1st of July – Sunday the 3rd of July 2011. Location: Cambridge Community Marae | Tutor: Toni Herangi To secure your place telephone Sophie Tipene 07 827 3795 Be in early Maximum 15 participants First in first served!
The programe: Friday Powhiri 4:30PM – 9:30PM. Saturday 8AM – 9PM (with meal breaks between Noon – 1PM and 5-6PM (you are responsible for your own food). Sunday 8AM – 9PM – with meal breaks between Noon – 1PM and 5-6PM (you are responsible for your own food). Supported by Creative New Zealand through Cambridge Community Arts Council.
Running parallel to Cambridge Road (which takes you to Te Awamutu and beyond to the south west – Taranaki and all that this entails) – this hedge comprises thirty-six Feijoa trees all producing fruit.
Cambridge Community Marae is situated on the corner of Bracken Street and Pope Terrace in Leamington and overlooks Cambridge across the Waikato River. Approximately one kilometre from Cambridge Town Centre, the complex provides ideal accommodation for small or large groups and provides large dining and marae areas, off road parking, spacious lawn areas, full kitchen facilities with walk in chiller.
Centrally located and minutes away from Lake Karapiro, Hamilton Airport and Mystery Creek Events Centre. A one hour drive to Tauranga, Rotorua and Raglan and 90 minutes to Auckland and Taupo.