Shake off any Winter Blues with our annual Mid Winter Pot Luck Dinner at the Ahuroa Hall on July 31st. Doors open from 5pm.
Bring along a dinner or dessert (or both!), enough to feed everyone you are bringing, your own plates, cutlery and drinks.
Its always a great way to meet up with friends and family and meet new people, over a good hearty feed!
No bookings required – just come along and spend some time with your community!
From the Ahuroa Community Advisory Committee
Ahuroa Hall is running a quiz night on 26th June – its a really fun night run by Quiz Master David Bullock, who creates lots of fun, interesting and challenging questions across all types of topics to tickle your brain!
So book in the babysitter (if needed), get your team together (of 5-7 people) and let us know you are keen by emailing Jo Bullock on email@example.com or on messenger. Quiz starts at 7:30pm.
Everyone is welcome….The more the merrier!
From the Ahuroa Hall Committee
Ahuroa Community Hall Christmas Party – Hosted by Ahuroa Hall Committee
5.00pm – Saturday, 12th December – at our wonderful community hall, 1345 Ahuroa Rd
Come along to the Ahuroa Hall Christmas party on the 12th December.
We will provide sausages from the BBQ and ice cream for children. Santa is coming too. Arriving in fine style in the Ahuroa Volunteer Brigade Fire Engine!
Please bring a named and wrapped present for your child(ren) to put under the tree for Santa to hand out.
This was a lovely event last time we ran it, so please join us this year. Interest can be registered on Facebook on Ahuroa Community page, or simply turn up on the day.
As you may be aware, over the weekend the Ahuroa Hall Advisory Committee and Ahuroa School ran a very successful two day, fully catered horse trek around the Ahuroa Hills. Together, as a community, we have raised a significant amount of money for Ahuroa School and Hall, (approximately $8000) and we should be very proud!
As usual, it didn’t come together without a bit of blood, sweat and tears and there are a number of people in this wonderful little community who need recognizing.
Firstly, thank you to all the farmers and landowners who allowed us to ride over their properties, moved their stock , or left gates open to make it easier for us. It would not have been possible without the generosity of these people and families.
Thank you to Nicky and Dan Berger who opened up their home and farm as hosts of the trek, and, what wonderful hosts they were. Nicky coordinated a wonderful team of community members to cater four meals for the trekkers which was hailed as a great success. Dan worked tirelessly in the background as well, doing the lamb on the spit, organising landowner permissions, fixing water troughs for the grazing horses and so on.
Thank you to Rachel Jenks as well for her efforts to make this a success for our community – she helped promote and advertise the trek as well as bringing together two days of trekking over gorgeous country and amazing views! You led a great trek Rachel, thank you!
Thank you to Karyn and Sue ( and their family) , they were also wonderful hosts for Sundays lunch and contributed a lot of their time to make sure things ran smoothly, such as getting the horses drinking water to treacherous places and making sure road crossings went safely!
There was a number of parents and community members who gave up all or part of their weekend for this event. I’m not going to mention specific names, because I’m too scared I might miss one, but we are SO grateful to all these individuals and families, they were fantastic at getting stuff done and we had lots of fun to boot! Thanks Team!
Thank you to all the parents and community members who contributed their time and energy by providing a beautiful array of salads and baking to the trek, and boy, were they well received by the trekkers 🙂
We also received generous cash donations which helped pay for the food or portaloo costs – we greatly appreciate all those who contributed in this way as well. A special mention to Steven Laws who is giving us an amazing contribution of $400, simply because he wanted to support a great family event.
New World Warkworth also sponsored some of the catering costs of the trek – so lets make sure we support them too!
Finally, but specifically, I need to thank the Ahuroa Hall Advisory committee and school Board/PTFA members who were huge at making this event a success – a great team to work with!
Bring on Ahuroa Trek 2021!
From Jo Bullock
Ahuroa Hall Advisory Committee Chair
A reminder of the Hamburger and Movie night at the Ahuroa Hall this Saturday 28th September!
The movie will be the kiwi classic – Footrot Flats!
Bring $5 for each person to get a hamburger and some popcorn.
We will be open from about 5:30 for dinner and the movie will be on at about 7pm approximately.
Bring bean bags or cushions to watch the movie too!
We really need people to RSVP ASAP so we can cater for everyone. Please RSVP by Wednesday to Jo Bullock on firstname.lastname@example.org or on messenger or 0211167251.
Cheers and hope to see you all on Saturday!
Ahuroa Hall Advisory Committee