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Seniors' Bridge and Tea

Come and boost your weekly bridge. Join our 10 - 20 cheerful, friendly players

When: 14:00

Where: Christ Church Hall, Speke Street, Grahamstown

Cost: R10pp per week

Contact: John 072 194 9575 / Maureen 046 622 5215

Circle Dancing

Dance to music from all over the world - both traditional and modern choreographies. Steps are taught each time.

When: 19:15 to 21:15

Where: Princess Alice Girl Guide Hall, African Street, Grahamstown

Contact: Ofer 046 622 5822

Pub Quiz 

PUB QUIZ HAS A NEW HOME! And to kick off a new era, we are holding a bumper Pub Quiz evening with some exciting surprises!

Find us on Tuesday at 7:15 PM upstairs at *The Rat & Parrot* in New Street

Teams of 2 to 6 people

Remember, the first time is FREE! Otherwise R30pp.

Contact: https://www.facebook.com/pg/GHTpubquiz

Rape Survivors' Support Group

Two experienced Clinical Psychologists, Lauren Creese and Pumza Sakasa are offering a safe and confidential space for survivors of rape to gain support by meeting on a weekly basis.
This will be available to English, isiXhosa and Afrikaans speakers, 18 years and older and will be held free of charge.

Venue: Lewis Miles Scout Hall – Meeting Room (next to the Grahamstown Bowling Green)

When: Tuesdays 2.30pm-3:30pm

Interested individuals should please contact Ms Marlize Kemp, Clinical Secretary, at clinicalsecfeh@gmail.com or 046 602 2452.
Once we have the required numbers, we will contact those interested to inform them of the start date.
Kind thanks to the Grahamstown Round Table 11 for their support and venue

Grahamstown Buddhist centre holds weekly meditation on Tuesdays at 6pm till 7pm. This is based on mindfulness meditation; you do not need to be Buddhist to come and there is no cost.
From 7 till 8.45 we have tea and run a program of Healing Relaxation. The aim of this is to develop calmer states of mind and body which can become a stable part of our daily life. This includes relaxation exercises, simple massage (eg hands and feet) as well as simple physical exercises. This is part of a bigger program called Tara Rokpa Therapy.

Venue: 19 West Street, through the door in the red wall.

Contact grahamstownkagyu@gmail.com

Beginners' French Language Lessons

The next Beginners French class starts on Tuesday, 11 July. 
Classes will be weekly on Tuesdays, from 4.30pm to 5.30pm.
The cost per class is R100 per person.
Please phone me if you would like to join the class.
Contact Elysoun at 083 597 5006

Established 1994
The Grahamstown School of Yoga has been in operation for nearly 23 years and the many participants who have attended classes in that time have derived great benefit from their practice.  Many of our members have spoken of back, neck, joint and knee problems which have now completely disappeared or are much improved.
Regular and patient practice brings a wonderful sense of calm and peace, as well as general health and flexibility.
Regular yoga practice is also a training in mindfulness, getting to know and understand yourself better. It is an exercise for body, mind and spirit.
We give four classes per week:
Tues & Thurs mornings 7am-8am at the Princess Alice Hall
Tues & Weds evenings 5.30pm–6.45pm at the St Patrick’s Hall
Contact Denise at 046 636 1604 or 083 651 9242 or Mayfieldaccom@gmail.com

Commencing in July/August
Grahamstown: 17:15 to 17:50: Masonic Hall (Hill St): Tuesday and Thursday or Monday and Wednesday.

Karate improves self-confidence, coordination, concentration and focus, and promotes a positive attitude and a healthy way of life.
From 7yrs to adult. 5 and 6 Year old children accepted on condition that a parent also joins. Affordable fees and special family rates available. The first 20 members to sign-up for the July classes will each receive a free karate suit.
Contact Gary Grapentin at garyg@geenet.co.za or 073 346 0059.
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