It’s a glorious morning, comrades. The sun is shining, the birds are singing their love songs to one another, and there’s peace in our little corner of paradise.
If you had a late night on St Patrick’s Day you might not be feeling so chipper, but that’s okay.
Everyone deserves a night out, and it’s not as if you drink like that every weekend, right?
For those of you who did not partake in the liquor on Saturday evening, and are feeling excited about today’s possibilities, we’ve got a mainly fine day on the cards, with a forecast high of 22 degrees.
Farm Day is on at Andrew and Robyn McLeod’s dairy farm at 1189 Welcome Bay Road. This is an opportunity in particular for ‘townies’ to come out and see what life is like on a farm, and with free entry, it’s an affordable way to spend a Sunday.
There will be displays and activities with a range of farm animals, as well as lolly scrambles in a hay stack for children, plus on entry, children aged up to 12 years can pick up a colouring competition form to enter and be in to win a Warehouse voucher.
Fonterra will have some free drinks onsite, and other organisations such as DairyNZ, Te Puke Young Farmers Club, local farmers and shearers, will also be there to answer questions.
The Farm Day is on from 10am-2pm, and is a chance to say thank you to farmers for feeding us all.
If going rural isn’t your thing, and you’d rather have some culture, why not check out Rialto Tauranga’s screening of the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival 2018.
Running from March 15-28, the festival invites audiences to ’experience one language and a world of emotions’. Featuring a diverse programme of feature films from France and beyond, the 2018 Alliance Francaise French Film Festival will celebrate ’fresh talent, daring auteurs and a cast of audience favourites’. For more information visit www.rialtotauranga.co.nz.
For more of What’s On, check out today’s other listings below:
WHAT’S ON – Sunday, March 18:
A Healing Experience
Practise proven alternative methods to clear your mind of fear & negative beliefs. Backbenches Room, Grindz Cafe, 50 First Ave. 12:30-2:30.
Art & Artisan Fair
Last Sunday every month Black Sheep Bar & Grill Cnr SH2 & Plummers Pt Road Whakamarama 11am-3pm. Original art & artisan product contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Be In To Win
Kids Hunting Fishing Comp 16th-18th March. Ph Nathan 027 305 2328 or email@example.com
1:45pm Greerton Senior Citizen’s Hall, Maitland St, Greerton. Title: “Paul’s letter to the Colossians explained” 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
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/
Federated Farmers Farm Day
Today 10am-2pm. Out In The Paddock with Andrew & Robyn McLeod, 1185 Welcome Bay Rd, Te Puke. Dairy Farming. All welcome. Fun & friendly.
High Tea & Art Acution for Alzheimers Tauranga @ Te Puna Quarry ‘Dragon Garden’ today 1-4pm $15 (members) $20 (non-members) alzheimershightea.eventbrite.co.nz
Headway Brain Injury
Blackout for Brain Injury - Awareness & Appeal 22 March at Tauranga PaknSave, New World Gate Pa. Papamoa Plaza & Papamoa PaknSave. Office 07 572 4547 for details
Introduction to Buddhism
A new subject each week. Sunday 10am-11:30am. Tuition free. Donations accepted. BOP Tibetan Buddhist Centre Welcome Bay. Details from firstname.lastname@example.org 0274 338 834
Messy Church Family Fun
4-6pm Holy Trinity 3rd Avenue, Tauranga. Activities, Crafts Short Christian Story & community time. Finish with a simple meal. No charge. Intergenerational fun. Children must come with an adult. Theme “Finding Joy”
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: email@example.com
Spiritual Centre Psychic Cafe
Greeton Community Hall 7pm start. $10 door, then everything free. Over 25 top mediums, psychics & healers. Kitchen. Discover what the buzz is about! www.psychiccafe.nz
Sunday Sessions Music Group
Gathering of musicians, singers, music lovers of all kinds. With a relaxed, let’s have fun feel. Playing music together every Sunday 4:30pm-5:30pm. $15. Ph 0274 751 023
Tauranga Underwater Hockey Club
Meets every Sunday during school term time (except holiday weekends) at Baywave. 5pm for beginning players & 6:15pm for experienced players. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org