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Rock Climbing Thames High Gym at Thames High School Gym

August 13, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Social climbing from 7-9 Thames High Gym$5 to use harness and shoesSee More
Aug 13
Trif Sitnikoff posted an event

Indoor Rock Climbing at Thames High School Gym

July 23, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Thames Social Climbers meets each Wednesday at 7pm at the Thames High School Gym. Its all about climbing and laughing. Lets get high together!See More
Jul 22
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Thames Social Climbers at Thames High School Gym

June 18, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Thames Social Climbers is a group of Thames locals who get together to climb. Mostly indoors but sometimes outdoors. 2 qualified rock climbing instructors can teach you the basics or let you loose on the wall if you know whats up. 21 routes of varying grades betwixt 11 and 21. All equipment provided but we ask for $5 if using the schools gear. This $ goes back into the rock wall. Sometimes 2 people show up, sometimes 15. Come for a laugh and a climb. See More
Jun 17
Trif Sitnikoff commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Rock climbing in the Thames High Gym on Tuesday 5:30 - 7."
Aug 5, 2011
Trif Sitnikoff commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Found an awesome hidden rockface up the Kauaeranga behind the Hotoritori Mountain Bike TracksVisit geocache.com for details http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=21ee053d-41fa-4f07-ab93-b869eb1d656f  Or follow your GPS…"
Aug 3, 2011
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"YO, been a while, there is now a mountain bike club in Thames, currently going through the process of registering as an organisation and finding out where we are able to put our time and effort into legitimate tracks. The scarface and Hotoritori…"
Jul 28, 2011
Trif Sitnikoff replied to Kim Lambert's discussion Track building in the group Cycling and Walking
"Hi    Good on you for being so motivated. I got up scarface yesterday with my chainsaw to clear a tree from the track coming down to the st johns depo. Its quite overgrown. I have a group of students who could be pursuaded to muck in for…"
Feb 26, 2011
Kim Lambert commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Paeroa MTB tracks tomorrow night if anybody keen to tag along cher cher"
Feb 13, 2011
Rachel Holmes joined Trif Sitnikoff's group
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Thames Adventure Seekers

A group for those who want to get out and make the most of our amazing local playground.T3 GroupsSports and recreationOrganisationsSee More
Feb 10, 2011
Trif Sitnikoff joined mark skelding's group
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TEDx Thames

We can get together to share & discussinspiring TED talks.  TO UPLOAD - click filmstrip icon & paste the "embed code" from YouTube/Vimeo etc and save.  Easy!Community & healthT3 GroupsOrganisationsSee More
Feb 5, 2011
Greg Brimblecombe joined Trif Sitnikoff's group
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Thames Adventure Seekers

A group for those who want to get out and make the most of our amazing local playground.T3 GroupsSports and recreationOrganisationsSee More
Feb 3, 2011
Shirley Greer joined Trif Sitnikoff's group
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Thames Adventure Seekers

A group for those who want to get out and make the most of our amazing local playground.T3 GroupsSports and recreationOrganisationsSee More
Jan 28, 2011
Lizzy St John-Ives commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Yeah Trif. That sounds great - slow Sunday run. I am away this weekend but will text you before next. My number is 021 075 7428. Lizzy"
Jan 24, 2011
Trif Sitnikoff commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Welcome! I could be up for a slow run / explore up to the Kauaeranga Gorge on Sunday morning. Trif 021 140 2865"
Jan 22, 2011
Lizzy St John-Ives commented on Trif Sitnikoff's group Thames Adventure Seekers
"Hey there, I am new to Thames and looking for someone who loves running in the bush to join me on runs. Am slow but passionate!! Lizzy"
Jan 22, 2011
Lizzy St John-Ives and mark skelding joined Trif Sitnikoff's group
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Thames Adventure Seekers

A group for those who want to get out and make the most of our amazing local playground.T3 GroupsSports and recreationOrganisationsSee More
Jan 22, 2011

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At 7:03 on October 12, 2010, Kim Lambert said…
hey trif, yea still riding mondays 530 see you there
At 11:47 on September 5, 2010, Jenny Kay Edwards said…
Hey it looks like kayaking is not a go today. We stayed up the K-Valley last night and I don't have cell reception. We are off for a hike now. Hope you have a great day! Enjoy the sunshine!!
At 12:49pm on May 30, 2010, mark skelding gave Trif Sitnikoff a gift
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Hi Trif, here's the red ribbon of participation to welcome you to the site. I see you've galvanised Rowan into action.... feel free to galvanise the rest of us. Looking forward to your input. Mark S
At 10:00 on May 30, 2010, Rowan Campbell said…
Hey Hey Trif, good to see you here mate, now I better get it together and set that Tracks group up. Feel free to upload any content, start discusions or groups and make any suggestions etcHey ho! Cheers Rowan
 
 
 

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Ric Balfour posted a blog post

Help - my family need a place t live in Thames! January 2015

Hi T3 people,My family need a 3 bedroom home to live in, preferably close to or in Thames from mid to late January. Up to $380ish per week. Couple with two girls 10 and 13, very tidy, and keen gardeners.If you know of anything, please reply or txt 0210669272.Thanks for any help, we are getting desperate!Cheers,RicSee More
Dec 9
Ric Balfour commented on mark skelding's event 'Thames Wearable Arts - Totally Thames'
"Was a great showcase of local talent, thanks to all who made the effort to put this on. Hope to see this an annual event in the Thames calendar."
Dec 9
Ric Balfour is attending mark skelding's event
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Thames Wearable Arts - Totally Thames at Thames Civic Centre

November 29, 2014 from 7pm to 10pm
Creativity, style, and flair brought back to the stage again by Totally Thames Inc. Recycling at its best!SPONSORS: Totally ThamesMindsports,Thames Dental Centre 438 Pollen St, Thames-Coromandel District CouncilGrahamstown Bar…See More
Dec 9
Ric Balfour might attend mark skelding's event
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Transition Cafe @ Brew at brew cafe

December 9, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
The sun and all its potential is the hot topic!  Thames Bee Club, S4Solar's Ben Stanton, and Renee Annan by video from the Lima Climate Conference will set the stage for planning to "reclaim" some of the $38 mill. flowing out of Thames each year on food and electricity bills. Localisation will start to tap into this resource.See More
Dec 9
mark skelding updated an event
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Transition Cafe @ Brew at brew cafe

December 9, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
The sun and all its potential is the hot topic!  Thames Bee Club, S4Solar's Ben Stanton, and Renee Annan by video from the Lima Climate Conference will set the stage for planning to "reclaim" some of the $38 mill. flowing out of Thames each year on food and electricity bills. Localisation will start to tap into this resource.See More
Dec 6
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Songs for the Mountain: Concert and CD launch at Paeroa War Memorial Hall

December 10, 2014 from 7:30pm to 10pm
CD launch, awareness and fund raiser to protect Mount Karangahake, in conservation zoned land, from proposed mining operations.The 'Songs for the Mountain' CD features local musicians who feel deeply connected to the Mountain.  All songs are originals, some previously released, others written specifically for the Mountain 'Karangahake', and all moving testaments and calls to action. With a great line-up of musicians and singers this night will be a chance for all to relax and enjoy a night of…See More
Dec 6
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Denise Norton Live at The Brew, Thames

December 14, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
THE BREW presents International Award Winning Artist DENISE NORTON .Come Eat , Drink and be Merry ...fantastic chef ,Great Atmosphere ,Beautiful Songs from Original to Classic.See More
Dec 4
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Nov 29
Rosalie Steward is attending Diane Renee Connors's event

The Astounding, Exhilarating and Stupendous Street Carnival at Outside Civic Centre

November 22, 2014 from 7pm to 10pm
Step right up ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages to the greatest show on earth. Come witness the spectacle of it all. To celebrate the 2014 Thames Arts Festival theme of Steampunk we are inviting you all to a good old fashioned Victorian Circus style evening including jugglers, tight rope walkers, unicyclists, a Fortune Teller, Miss Ophelia Payne the tattooed lady, Dimitri the strong man and Boris the Dancing Bear. Try your hand at the Ring Toss or Coconut Shy while the Magnificent…See More
Nov 21
Rosalie Steward posted videos
Nov 21

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If these secret negotiations succeed [the only documents in the public domain have been leaked] they will create a mega-treaty across nine or more countries that puts a straightjacket on the policies and laws our government can adopt for the next century and give massive new powers to corporations.

Thames residents may be sitting on a gold mine

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