What’s On? Women’s Triathlon

Training for last year’s Women’s Triathlon. Photo: Facebook.

Well, it’s Sunday again. The eighth Sunday of the year, in fact.

Think back to how you were feeling on that first Sunday of 2018… still feel the same?

It’s amazing how much can change in a few weeks. But what never changes is the fact that SunLive is here to point you in the right direction for today’s events.

The MetService is once again allowing for some changeable weather, forecasting for ‘cloudy periods and a few showers’. Today’s high is expected to be 25, with a pleasant overnight low of 16 degrees.

The big event on today is the 2018 Generation Homes Women’s Triathlon, being held at Pilot Bay from 8.30am.

A record 800 women will be taking part, after the cap was increased from 700 maximum participants last year due to soaring interest. Spectators are more than welcome to come along and show their support, however road closures will be in place. Salisbury Ave will be closed from 5.30am to 1pm between Victoria Road and Prince Ave, while The Mall, Adams Ave, and Marine Parade up to Ocean Beach Road will be closed between 6.30am and 12pm.

Elsewhere in the city we have a classic car show at The Elms from 10am to 2.30pm, with entry only a gold coin donation.

The Southern Cross Sea Scouts are also holding an open day at the Tauranga Yacht and Power Boat Club down on Sulphur Point from 1pm to 3pm. Children aged 11-14 are encouraged to come down and find out about the activities the sea scouts do, including canoeing, sailing, rowing, power boating and offshore sailing.

For more interesting events, check out What’s On below:

WHAT’S ON – Sunday, February 25:

Art & Artisan Fair

Last Sunday every month Black Sheep Bar & Grill Cnr SH2 & Plummers Pt Road Whakamarama 11am-3pm. Original art & artisan product contact aaafair17@gmail.com

Art on the Strand

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

Be In To Win

Kids Hunting Fishing Comp 16th-18th March. Ph Nathan 027 305 2328 or nathanxlb@gmail.com

Bible Seminar

1:45pm Greerton Senior Citizen’s Hall, Maitland St, Greerton. Title: “Bible Basics-Abrahams Faith, lessons for us today” Interactive, Q&A. All welcome. Vic 543 0504

CD Social group

A discreet, safe environment for CDs to dress & socialise starting soon. Wives & partners welcome. Interested? Text only Dan 022 109 4188

Classic Car Show

The Bay of Plenty’s finest classic cars will be on display at The Elms, 15 Mission Street Tauranga. 10am-2:30pm. Music, food & fun.

Computer Club (TGA) Inc.

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

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

Czech School & Playgroup

Czech & Slovak Club Tga 10am-12noon, Tauranga Boys College, Devonport Rd, guests welcome! More info on www.csclubtauranga.nz/en/

KValley Adventure Race Fundraiser

3rd Mar 12:30-4pm. Think scavenger hunt, mountain biking, map reading & puzzle solving, by bike! Rotary Tauranga Sunrise supporting Graham Dingle Foundation. https://www.eventspronto.co.nz/kvalley

Narcotics Anonymous

Sun 7-8pm, Hanmer Clinic (behind Super Liquor), 1235 Cameron Rd, Greerton. If using drugs is causing you problems, maybe we can help. 0800 NA TODAY

Nemesh Exhibition & Workshops

"Gennie Collection" Exhibition by NEMESH: 2 Feb-1 Mar. Opening & Art Demo: 2 Feb, 5-7pm. Oil Workshops: 3-4-5 Feb, 11am-5pm. Contact: theartoungenz@gmail.com

Oropi Sunday Market

‘Boutique’ market featuring local Chef, good variety of Arts/Crafts showcasing talented artists & crafters, fresh produce & other goodies! Oropi Memorial Hall, 1295 Oropi Rd

Otumoetai Hockey Club

Club muster for current & new players Sunday 11th March 4-5:30pm at Blake Park Turf. Teams available for men & women. Ph Caroline 576 5178, 027 283 2153

Papamoa Country Music Club

Come along this Sunday to enjoy the music & friendship. Gordon Spratt Reserve commencing at 1pm. Ph Mike 0274 597 505

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


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