The Prem Golf Academy:
Private Lessons and custom programs available. For further info 053-301-500 (ext
5415). Up to 50% discounts for bookings in 2009. Junior 5 day camp March 16 –
Tai Chi Classes:
Experienced Tai Chi Sifu gives lessons. For further details contact Liang at
084-600-5268 or liang.xiaochenmen @gmail.com.
Karate Practice: Student
Services building at Chiang Mai University. Karatedo Federation Wado-kaj karate.
Monday and Wednesday 5.30 p.m. This practice is free. For further info email
Gymkhana Club: Tennis
players wanted. Every Tuesday and Friday at 4 p.m. for doubles and mixed
doubles. Prior playing experience helpful. Contact Michael at 087-188-7414.
Chiang Mai Bicycle Club
meets every Sunday at 7 a.m. at Thapae Gate. For further info visit
Hash House Groups: Group
of social runners meet third Sunday every month at 1 p.m. for a secret trail,
drinks and food. For further details email Andrew Shepherd at
[email protected] or call 084-780-6459
Saturday Ball Hockey at
Buan Hat Park for children under 11 years old. Adult supervision. For further
info email [email protected]
Run 4 Relief: March 7, Huay Tung Tao, starts 7 a.m. 200 baht per person (200
baht for T shirt, 200 baht for flip-flops). In aid of the Internally Displaced
People (IDP’s) of Burma. For further information contact Josh Ryan 089-557-8996
or [email protected]
Costume Party at the Holiday
Inn in Aid of Thailandfreunde e.V. on March 7. Starts at 6.30 p.m. 700 baht
a ticket, Entertainment includes Latin American Dancers, Clown and Magic Show,
Cabaret Show. Tickets or further reservations contact Dirk Weeber-Arayatumsopon
Charcoal Portrait Workshop,
Soi6 Moonmuang Rd: Beginners or experienced, flexible hours, affordable
price, lots of fun. For further info contact Claudia 082-558-8123 or
Line Dancing at the
Centre of the Universe, every Wednesday 5.30 p.m. 200 baht per person. For
directions or further info call 081-473-0746 or [email protected]
Infant Massage Training
Course: Moonmuang Rd. Learn from an accredited instructor of International
Association of Infant Massage. For inquiries, contact Claudia at 082-558-8123 or
Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan:
Group classes, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at Hillside 4.
Beginners or experienced. Call Julie at 089-955-5350 for details or visit
www.taichichiang mai.com. Chen style lessons also available.
The Prem Tennis Academy:
After school tennis programs, Saturday tennis programs, camps and tournaments.
International experienced coaching staff. All ages and abilities accepted. For
info contact Director Randall Scott at [email protected] premcenter.org or visit www.
Chiang Mai International
Taekwondo: Training now for all ages at 3rd Floor
EQ Square, Chiang Mai-Hang Dong Road. World Master Tom Zuza 7th Dan.
All aspects taught. For further info call 083-476-2013 or email
Reiki training courses -
all levels. For further info please contact [email protected] artscenter.com or
visit the website on www.asianhea lingartscenter.com.
Latin and Ballroom/Salsa
Dancing: Soi 7, Suthep Road. Ballroom/Salsa and Latin, belly dancing. For
further info email [email protected] gmail.com or telephone Linda at 086-187-1263.
The Chiang Mai Computer Club
meets Tuesdays 1 p.m. at Tuskers Bar & Grill. Contact Chas for further details
Art classes at ArtSpace on 7.
Short courses given by highly qualified and experienced artist, fees include
materials. Develop your potential! For further details contact Laura on
Artspace on 7 CD release
party on March 7 for singer/songwriters Matthew Whiston and Bradley Dean Whyte’s
‘Geography of Hungry Ghosts’. Free Performances. Reservations required contact
Dance Festival 2009: Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai. Over 600 dancers and
performing artists over the 3 venues. Several groups coming to Chiang Mai.
Demonstrations & workshops. For further information contact [email protected]
Jazz History 101 Class:150
baht per class. Antoine Garth looks at the development of Jazz including Louis
Armstrong, Duke Ellington etc. For further info contact Antoine at [email protected]
gmail.com or 085-225-2169.
Logic Asia Asian Tour:
International Jazz group at Moxie Restaurant, dusitD2 Hotel between March 6–8,
from 7 p.m. onwards each night. March 9, Payap University workshop between 2
p.m. and 4 p.m.
Guys and Dolls lecture
musical by pianist Tidaratana Punprapai, Wednesday March 11 at 7.30 p.m. at
Saisuree Chutikul Music Hall Payap University Maekhao Campus. Works by Peter
Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Bohuslav Martinu and Claude Debussy. Admission Free.
Saxophone Recital by
Kritsana Chitpreecha on Saturday March 7 at Saisuree Chutikul Music Hall Payap
University Maekhao Campus. Starts at 7.30 p.m. Works by Glazunov, Villa-Lobos,
Bach, Jopin. Admission Free.
Photograph Exhibition: ‘A
Distant Mirror: a record of Old Chiang Mai’, from February 21–April 24 at the
Lanna Architecture Centre Chiang Mai (intersection of Ratchadamnoen and
Prapoklao Roads), weekdays 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. for further info 053-107-772
Mondays- Tuskers’ Bar.
For info call Chas on 087-811-4665, or www.tuskersbar.com.
Tuesdays- The Olde Bell,
8.30 p.m. Call 087-811-9468, or [email protected]
Thursdays- UN Irish Pub.
Fridays- The Pub. 8 p.m.
Call Grahame on 053-211-550
Monthly at the Garden Bar.
Email- [email protected]
Alliance Français: 138
Charoen Prathet Road. Friday Films start 8 p.m: March 6 ‘Le Jour Se Leve’ (1939)
by Marcel Carne; March 13 ‘Le Charme Discret De La Bourgeoisie’ (1972) by Luis
Bunuel; March 20 ‘Pierrot Le Fou’ (1965) by Jean-Luc Godard; March 27 ‘13m2’
(2007) by Barthelemy Grossmann. For further info email tbaude @laposte.net
Try ‘The Gathering’, an
international fellowship of Christians meeting Sundays at the Lotus Hotel (Pang
Suan Kaew), 10:30 a.m. Good refreshments and good friends. Call John at