This series of short interactive workshops incorporates elements of creativity, fun, relaxation and personal development as a tool for positive change.
Some of the topics covered include:
Identifying problem solving strategies
Enhancing communication skills
Goal setting and staying motivated
Overcoming financial difficulties and attaining financial independence
For further information you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out their website at www.figjamworkshops.co.nz
To register, call in or phone the Waihi Community Resource Centre. 4 Mueller St., 07 863 7555
How did we get to mid-December again already?!
As usual the Centre will be having a short summer close-down for the weeks of Christmas and New Year. Our last day open for services in 2014 will be Thursday 18th December. The last Spade to Spoon community lunch for 2014 will be on Friday 19th December. The Centre will open again on Monday 5th January 2015, and, all going well with availability of volunteers, the first community lunch for 2015 will be on 9th January. Same pattern for the working bees down at the garden: this Thursday will be last official working bee before the holidays, and we’ll resume on 8th January.
We wish you all a peaceful and relaxing few weeks. Thanks for your support in 2014, and see you next year!
Just to let you know that the last Baywide Legal Clinic of the year will be this Thursday (4th December) there is one remaining appointment available for that day at 2.30pm
If anyone needs to see a lawyer urgently after this Baywide are still holding clinics in Katikati up to the 18th December, so clients could be directed to the Resource Centre there.
Baywide will return in the new year on the 22nd January and from then on will be with us for the first and third Thursdays of the month, from 1pm. There are 4 appointments available at each clinic, and the lawyer works by appointment only – no drop ins.
Bookings are made through the Resource Centre, the information required is: Name of client, contact phone number for client and a rough description of the problem, eg tenancy issues, family law, wills etc.
Perhaps you could pass this info on to any clients and networks who may find it useful.
This month we have a couple of great talks to watch: Rachel Sussman takes us on a humbling journey with “The oldest living things in the world” and Daniel Reisel talks about “The neuropsychology of restorative justice” and comes to some thought-provoking conclusions on how we should deal with offenders, including some of the more heinous kinds.
Come along, watch, discuss, and have a cuppa with us! At Waihi Community Resource Centre, Wednesday 24 September @ 6.30pm. Any enquiries ph 863 7555