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This website is dedicated to the recovery of St Albans and its city, Christchurch following a devastating series of earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. This service by the St Albans Residents' Association offers relevant local information. If you are from an organisation or a business and have essential information you would like to share with the community, then please get in touch by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will endeavour to publish it here.
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Category Archives: Adult
The choir known as Rockers of Ages now offers dance classes. Classes for term 2, run by Maganui Stewart, recommence on May 7 at 1pm in Forfar Courts. The classes are for everyone but seen as especially beneficial to older … Continue reading
The Delta Community Centre in Richmond is running an organic veggie course shortly to encourage Christchurch residents to grow healthy vegetables. The two hour a week course runs for eight weeks and will be held in the Baptist Church Lounge … Continue reading
Trainee teachers at the Christchurch College of English on the College of Education campus in Ilam are offering free ESOL classes in the afternoons during termtimes. The classes run for about a month and the teachers are supervised by experienced … Continue reading
Yoga classes offering a mixture of Hatha and Ashtanga taught in a flow sequence are being offered at the Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind premises early on Wednesday evenings.
The WEA is running a series of lectures on the topic of Our Changing City from 1.30 – 2.30pm on Wednesday afternoons for five weeks at 59 Gloucester Street. Entry by gold coin. The talks began on February 13 and … Continue reading
If you know someone who has trouble with reading, writing or spelling and it is hampering their job prospects tell them that the Polytech runs free classes. To find out more visit the CPIT website or phone 0800 24 24 … Continue reading
A low cost conversational English class starts at Delta Community House, 105 North Avon Road in nearby Richmond on February 13.
The Workers Educational Association programme always offers a great variety of adult education classes at low cost during mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends. Their programme for Term 1 is now available. Check out one off lectures and put them in … Continue reading
And what would we do if it did. Jane Kelsey, a well known social and political commentator will address this topic during the Lincoln Efford Memorial Lecture at the WEA’s Gloucester Street premises on October 23.
The WEA has issued its Term 4 programme with a mix of some golden oldies and some topical new subjects to get your teeth into.
The Christchurch WEA runs reasonably-priced, adult education courses, mostly at its premises in Gloucester Street, and has done so for many years.Download the programme for Term 3 here: WEA Term3 Programme. Most classes resume from July 23.