TTC Social Club Committee Roster
- The roster is tight,if you can't do a duty, agree to swap with someone else - thanks
- see the duty and event guides
|13 Aug||Lynne||Lynne||Peter||Queen’s birthday lodge trips|
|27 Aug||Muriel||Muriel||Peter||New Members Meeting|
|3 Sept||Lynne||Lynne||Hera||The Alpine Fault|
|10 Sept||Peter||Peter||Muriel||Photo Competition|
|17 Sept||Jane||Jane||Adrienne||Lord Howe Island|
|24 Sept||Sally||Sally||Tish||Hiking from Chamonix to Zermatt|
|1 Oct||Lainey||Lainey||Jude||Te Araroa – South Island|
|8 Oct||Hera||Hera||Peter||Antarctica, South Georgia, Patagonia|
|22 Oct||Jane||Jane||Adrienne||Mont Blanc expedition|
|29 Oct||Lynne||Lynne||Peter||Barry Durrant – his career|
|5 Nov||Hera||Hera||Lainey||Hiking in Morocco|
|12 Nov||Muriel||Muriel||Patrick||50 Year/Life Members Evening|
|3 Dec||Lainey||Lainey||Tish||Biophysical limits to growth|
|10 Dec||Peter||Peter||Muriel||Xmas Function|
27 August An evening for prospective members
Joining our Club is a great way to meet new people and enjoy adventures safely in the outdoors.
Come along and find out about the wide range of outdoor activities and the Bushcraft and Alpine Instruction courses the TTC offers its members.
Professor Tim Stern of Victoria University explains how data from a microearthquake network along the central section of the Alpine Fault provides a new view of what is happening at depth - plate movements, seismic tremor and regular earthquakes.
10 September 2019 TTC photo competition
An opportunity to view the best work of the club’s photographers and to pick up tips on how to capture and edit those special shots. This year there are two new categories - humour and documentary. The judges are Robert Joiner and Alan Knowles.
Diana Barnes visited World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island, the isolated home of a variety of endemic native plant species and a multitude of nesting seabirds.
Alan Graham and Liz Martin tramped the Te Araroa trail from Ship Cove to the Lewis Pass Road then, after a break, went back and walked the length of Canterbury to the Ahuriri River, marking the border between Canterbury and Otago.