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    • Hataitai Community Recreation Trust - AGM
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > We are please to advised that the date for the Hataitai Community Recreation Trust (HCRT) Annual General Meeting has been scheduled. HCRT is the trust that looks after the Hataitai Centre (former Hataitai Bowling Club) During the evening the AGM for the Bowling Club will also take place. HCRT Annual General Meeting Wednesday 3 August 2022 7 pm At the Hataitai Community House 112 Waipapa Road, Hataitai All welcome. For further details please contact - Sonia Rafter (sonia@hataitai.org.nz)

    • Community Meeting with Paul Eagle
      • Paul Eagle MP is holding a community meeting The Hub / Toitu Poneke (North Lounge) 49 Kilbirnie Crescent, Kilbirnie 9 June 2022 7:30pm – 9:30pm.   The meeting is open to all as an opportunity to catch up with Paul, discuss issues important to locals (including the Budget) and look at Paul’s annual electorate survey.

    • Hataitai Community House - AGM
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > We are please to advised that the date for the Hataitai Childcare Collective & Community House (HCCCH) Annual General Meeting has been scheduled. HCCCH is the trust that looks after the Hataitai Community House. HCCCH Annual General Meeting Tuesday 28 June 2022 7.30pm At the Hataitai Community House 112 Waipapa Road, Hataitai All welcome. For further details please contact - the HCCCH Chair - Chris Hare - chrish@hataitai.org.nz

    • Christmas on the Green and Market - Sat 4 Dec
      • Come down to this years Christmas on the Green - it's going to be a cracker! Bring a picnic lunch, or pop into the Hataitai Centre for food by the Coolsville Bowling Club Cafe, then head to the green where All Saints and the Samoan Church will be singing carols from 11.

    • Open for Business in Level 2
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > From Thursday 9 September the Hataitai Centre and Community House Playroom will be open for our regular hirers and one off. The main Community House room and office will reopen on Monday 13 September. From Thursday we will have QR codes at each gate to the Village Green - for use when passing through, using the community garden and compost bins, or running your kids or dogs on the Green. As the Waipapa Road playground is a shared space with our Playgroups, and hirers, we will also put up QR codes for the playground. Following are guidelines for Delta Level 2 when using our buildings as a one-off hirer, or attendee to a function, class or group. Sign in All hirers / hosts must sign in and are responsible for ensuring all attendees of their event / class sign in. We will provide a sign in box for those that do not have the app.  The Village Green is also considered a public space and will have its own QR code. Please ensure all parties are aware to scan in if they are using the green or passing through Face Coverings When you are leaving your home at Alert Level 2 you legally must wear a face covering when: using public transport, airplanes (including in arrival and departure points such as train stations and bus stops) and in a taxi or ride-share vehicle visiting a healthcare or aged care facility inside retail businesses, such as supermarkets, pharmacies, shopping malls, indoor marketplaces, takeaway food stores, and public venues, such as museums and libraries visiting the public areas within courts and tribunals, local and central Government agencies, and social service providers with customer service counters. As such we ask that all hirers abide by guidelines below;  Public class / event;  All hirers / hosts/ customer facing people must wear a face covering at all times. You are asked to advise all attendees of your event / class to wear a face covering wherever possible, except when exercising.  Children under 12 are encouraged to wear a mask, but it is not mandatory. If you’re using the building for exercise, please ensure you wear a mask while moving about, but once you have your ‘spot’ you can remove your mask.  Please put it back on when you’ve finished class before vacating. We will mark out 2m distances on the floor for a visual guide. Private event;  We encourage all attendees to wear a face covering wherever possible, especially if it is hard to maintain physical distance from others.  In general, face coverings should be worn whenever you can. The Delta variant is more transmissible by droplets, so face coverings are a way we can protect ourselves and each other. For more info - https://covid19.govt.nz/activities/private-social-gatherings/#social-gatherings-at-alert-level-2 What else we need to do at Alert Level 2 to stay safe Hand sanitising is compulsory on entrance and exit, and sanitiser will be providedYou must maintain a distance of 2 meters from people you do not know and 1m from people you do know, you must also manage this guideline for your attendees.  If distancing is difficult, it is mandatory to wear a mask. 50 people maximum are allowed over the whole Hataitai Centre- upstairs and downstairs. The Community House is a much smaller space, so please bear in mind this number will need reducing to provide adequate distance required for everyone's safety. If you are providing food and drinks at an event, everyone must be seated to be served.  All high touch surfaces need to be cleaned after use - door handles on both sides of the building entrance door and toilet door, tables and counter tops used.  Cleaning equipment will be provided. We will also be arranging additional regular cleaning throughout Level 2.  Do not host your event / class if you have cold or flu symptoms or you have been asked to isolate.  Please ask those who attend your event / class not to come along if they have cold or flu symptoms or you have been asked to isolate. If you have any reason to believe that you or anyone who attended your class/event has developed covid please let us know as soon as possible so we can discuss next steps and take necessary precautions.  Remember; If you are feeling unwell, stay home and call Healthline or your doctor for advice.  Even if you have been vaccinated against COVID-19, you should still stay home if you are feeling unwell. Staying home will help protect you, your whānau, friends and community. 

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