Hash House Groups: Social
runners, third Sunday each month, 1 p.m. Secret trail, drinks and food. Info:
[email protected] or 084-780-6459.
The Gentleman’s Club: The
Pub, first Monday of the month. Beer and a roast lunch. Info: 053-211-550, email
Dining Out Group: Once a
fortnight, alternating between Western and Asian food. 100 baht - 500 baht per
head..Info and reservations :[email protected]
Chiang Mai Readers & Book
Discussion Group: Monthly over lunch to discuss a previously agreed book.
All welcome. cmreadersgroup @gmail.com.
The Chiang Mai International
Women’s Book Club: Group of English speaking book lovers. 7 p.m, last Monday
of month. Info: christa @justfoodinc.org
Chiang Mai: Professional women’s group, monthly at the Amari Rincome Hotel.
New members welcome. Info: cory @asianhealingartscenter.com
The Chiang Mai Computer Club:
Tuesdays 1 p.m. at Tuskers Bar. Info: 087-180-4665.
Chiang Mai Bicycle Club:
Every Sunday, 7 a.m, Thapae Gate. Info: www.chinarice.org
The Textile Art Group:
First Friday of month at the Raintree Centre opposite Narawat Bridge. Weaving,
batik, embroidery, etc. Info: [email protected]
Travel Club: Monthly at
The Expat Ladies Luncheon:
Monthly at selected, reasonably priced venues. All welcome. Next meeting August
25 at the Pasta Café.
Chiang Mai Chess Club:
7pm, Wednesdays, The Pub, on Huay Kaew Rd. All welcome. Info: John on
Care for Dogs urgently
needs both Thai and Western volunteers for their new stall at the Sunday
Walking Street Market, which will help to raise funds for the shelter’s
ever-increasing needs. Volunteers will be selling Care for Dogs merchandise,
collecting donations and spreading public awareness of Care for Dogs. Full shift
hours are Sundays approx. 3.30 p.m. until 11 p.m. Half shifts 3.30p.m. till 7.30
p.m. and 7.30 p.m. till 11 p.m. These hours are still to be confirmed and may
change. If you are able help out for either a full shift or half shift or some
weeks only, please contact Care for Dogs immediately at teresa
Chiang Mai: Professional women’s group meets monthly at Amari Rincome Hotel.
New members welcome. Info: cory @loxinfo.co.th.
AUA Auditorium on
Rachadamnoen Road presents a Violin & Piano Duo Recital featuring Sittichai
Pengcharoen, (violin) and Eri Nakagawa, (piano), on September 19 at 7 p.m.
Programme includes music by Beethoven, Cesar Franc and H W Ernst. Tickets 300
and 200 baht for students in advance at 081-682-8000. Please note, parking on
the forecourt is limited and motorcycles are not allowed to park at the venue.
Payap’s College of Music
presents Jazz with Mom.2 on September 11 at 6.p.m at the Leviticus Auditorium,
Faculty of Law building, Mae Kao campus. The concert will feature Koh Mr.Saxman
& the Jazz Brothers, the Duriyasilp Jazz Big Band, Breakfast Wine, the Woranan
Jazz Group, the Four Brothers Saxophone Quartet and the Bohemian Jazz Quartet
Profile. Tickets 2,000/1,000/ 500 baht, students 200 baht.
The Gate Theatre’s next
season will present Neil Simon’s famous play, ‘The Odd Couple’, directed by
Stephan Turner, at the Studio Theatre on the 7th floor
of Kad Suan Kaew on the 11th and
12th, 18th and
19th and 25th and
26th of September. Curtain
up at 7 p.m; from 6 p.m. food and drink, catered by the Queen Victoria Pub, will
be available in the theatre’s foyer.
The ‘Hoon Chang Fon’
traditional Lanna puppet duo, recently awarded the World Festival of Puppet
Art’s special Award for Poetic Interpretation in Prague, have lost their pitch
in the Sunday Walking Market as a result of taking time off to compete in the
international festival. The now internationally famous duo has at present no way
of earning a living. You can support them by hiring them at your next event or
party. They deserve our appreciation and continued support; please do contact
them on 085-717-2879.
CMU Art Gallery: New
exhibition from August 20, ‘Suitcases’. Artworks which represent emotions and
thoughts on a journey. Gallery is located close to the Suthep Road entrance.
Works by students and teachers. This is an interesting new gallery; profits from
sales go to art supplies for needy students.
116 Gallery are hosting
an exhibition of paper collage artwork by Cornelis Hoek entitled ‘Cornelages’,
until September 30th.
Cornelis is multi-talented as a singer, voice and dramatic art coach, tapestry
weaver and international tour manager for dance companies, and has been working
with paper collages since his arrival in Chiang Mai 2 years ago.
Networking Evening: AA
Insurance Brokers Co.Ltd and Networking One invite you to these events, held on
the 1st Thursday
of each month, from 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. at the Shangri-.La Hotel. A great
opportunity for business professionals and individuals alike to meet, network
and exchange views in a social environment. Guests are encouraged to bring along
colleagues and business associates to take full advantage of the event. Cost 300
baht, including beer, wine and canapés.
Partnership for Peace and Justice will run a 5 –day writing retreat for
women from September 28 at a peaceful rural setting in Mae Rim. Daily
Yoga/meditation/ mindfulness practices create space for creativity to emerge.
Residential course, cost 6,000 - 9,000 baht dependent on ability to pay. Info:
email on [email protected] womenforpeaceandjustice.org.
Studio Naenna’s Annual Sale!
Don’t miss the last two days’ opportunity to get beautiful silk and cotton
hand-woven products at between 20% and 70% discount! The sale at Studio Naenna’s
Adorn gallery on Soi 1, Nimmanhaeminda Road, closes on September 9. Bring your
friends, treat yourselves, and help support the weavers who work with Patricia
and Lamorna. Info: www.studio-naenna.com.
classes, educational opportunities
Chiang Mai University’s
Language Institute is offering a new non-profit multi-skill volunteer
teaching programme which includes a Non-Imm. ‘O’visa. Volunteers can be placed
in schools, hospitals, etc, according to qualifications and experience.
Tailor-made placements in any field; commitment of at least 4 hours per week.
Placement and visa fee requested to cover expenses. For more details, or if your
school or organisation needs volunteers, please email Carmen on volunteers
Art classes at ArtSpace on 7:
Short courses given by a highly qualified and experienced artist, fees
include materials. Info: [email protected]
Reiki training courses:
all levels. Info: [email protected] healingartscenter.com or www.
Jazz Workshop by Koh
Mr.Saxman. September 11 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.at Payap’s Leviticus
Auditorium, Faculty of Law, Mae Kao Campus. Admission free, reservations to be
made by September 8.
The Gymkhana Club is
looking for competent singles tennis players for Monday nights; also competent
doubles players for Tuesday and Friday nights and competent, competitive doubles
players for Wednesday nights. 4:00pm to 6:30pm, 80 baht walk-in fee for non
members. Info: Michael at 087-1887414 or Ian at 086-1951753
Taekwondo: All ages taught in your own home, private lessons by World Master
Tom Zuza, 7th Dan. Info: 083-276-2013/083-475-1752, email
Tai Chi Classes:
Experienced Tai Chi Sifu gives lessons. Info: 084-600-5268, email
Tai Chi Classes: Chen
style Tai Chi classes for beginners, Mondays Wednesdays, 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Hillside
4 Condos, 4th floor,
exercise room. Info: 089-955-5350, or www. taichichiangmai.com.
Private classes also available.
Monday/Wednesday 5.30 p.m, Free. CMU’s Student Services building.
Karatedo Fed. Wado-kaj karate. Info: [email protected] japankarate-cnx.net
The Prem Golf Academy is
holding a short game clinic at Chiang Mai’s Stardome Driving Range on September
13 from 9 a.m.-12 midday, cost 500 baht per person. For reservations call
053-301-500, ext 5415 or email [email protected]
Prem Golf Adult 5-Day School
for beginners will take place from September 7 -11. Focused instruction and fun,
with final day 9-holes being played at the Royal Chiang Mai Golf Resort. Fee for
12 hours of instruction including snacks, transportation to course, green and
caddy fee, video swing analysis and instruction handouts is 9,000 baht per
person. Info: 053-301-500, ext 5415 or email [email protected]
Mondays: Tuskers’ Bar:
Info: call Chas on 087-811-4665, or www.tuskersbar.com.
Tuesdays: The Olde Bell,
8.30 p.m. Call 087-811-9468, email [email protected]
Thursdays: UN Irish Pub.
Fridays: The Pub. 8 p.m.
Call Grahame on 053-211-550
Monthly at the Garden Bar:
Starts 8 p.m. Email [email protected] loxinfo.co.th
Many Lamps-One Light:
Multi-faith inspirational programmes on 2nd and
every month at 2 p.m. for 2.30 p.m. 1110 Nakornping Condos. No fees.
Refreshments. Info: Mike on 087-305-4006. Please note: the ‘Many Lamps - One
Light’ programme will be in recess from 25th July to 22nd August.
Baha’i Faith - What is it?
Why is it fresh and important? New topics. Monthly, 9th and 19th,
at 1110 Nakornping Condos, 2.45 p.m. Info:
Mike or Rose on 087-305-4006,
Please note: ‘Baha’i Faith’ will be in recess from 19th July to 19th August,
Sri Sathya Sai Baba,
spiritual master. Study and discussion group for Chiang Mai devotees. Info: Bob
at 081-469-1507, 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Meditate with the Green
Papaya Sangha in the tradition of Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
Thursdays from 7:30 to 9:00 pm at the Yoga Studio 65/1 Arak Road. Beginners
welcome. Info: [email protected]
Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga
Foundation holds Experience in Meditation every Saturday 3 p.m-4:30 p.m. at
218/6 Chotana Rd. Info:.tel 053-424-904