Sorry folks, the show has been postponed 🙁
We will let you know a new date as soon as we have one so for those of you with tickets, hold onto them as we will honour them for the next show.
For those wanting a refund please bring your ticket into the office between 9am and 3pm Monday to Friday.
Sorry but the bar will be unable to give you a refund and they are too busy quenching peoples thirst!
This year marks 100 years since the very first Poppy Day which was on April 24th 1922.
Originally the idea of making poppies came from a French woman called Madame E. Guerin. She had poppies made by orphans and widows in war torn areas of Northern France that could be sold to give money to veterans and destitute children. Colonel Alfred S. Moffatt on behalf of Madame E. Guerin approached the NZRSA about purchasing poppies and the very first order was placed for 350,000 small and 16,000 large silk poppies from the Guerin's French Children's League.
The first Poppy Day in New Zealand was not held on Armistice Day 11 November 1921 as intended simply because the ship containing the poppies from France arrived too late. Poppy Day was postponed to the day prior to ANZAC Day 24th April 1922 and has remained the Friday before ANZAC Day ever since. This is why in New Zealand Poppy Day is not associated with Armistice Day as it is in other countries.
Look out for Poppy Boxes at local businesses around the Tasman area where donations can be made at any time throughout April. These funds and the Poppy Day collections locally go directly towards welfare of veteran's, returned and services and their immediate families in this district.
Please give generously.
New Memberships for 2022-2023 available now $40 per person or $70 couple. Returned Services $30
Dear Valued Members,
As of Friday 3rd December the whole of NZ moves into the new traffic light system. Under this new system if we are in red or orange and choose to “opt out” of using vaccination certificates, we would have to close as we cannot do contactless business.
We want to be able to continue to open under the red and orange light settings so will be “opting in”.
What this means for you is that we will be welcoming members who provide vaccine passport proof into the club.
For those that choose not to vaccinate, we respect your decision but unfortunately you will not be able to visit the club.
Please remember that these rules are set by the government and not by our staff and although we know that the rules can be frustrating to some people, we do ask that you show kindness to our staff and the understanding that we are doing our very best to keep the Motueka RSA going through these difficult times.
So come on in with your mask and vaccine passport, we would love to see you here.
Welcome to Motueka Memorial RSA
It’s all about the People and our Place in Your Community
Motueka Memorial RSA welcomes all members, their guests, and visitors from affiliated clubs. New members are welcome, and you’ll always get a friendly greeting at your local community club.
Our club offers a safe, secure, friendly and enjoyable environment. So come in and ask our friendly staff about joining the Motueka Memorial RSA and enjoy the many benefits of our club.
We are a family-orientated club, and encourage members to bring their family members and friends along to enjoy the club facilties.
We welcome new members to join the Motueka Memorial RSA Club. Contact us on 03 528 9777 or call in to see us!
|Monday - Friday||8.30am - 3pm|
Bar Opening Hours
|Monday & Tuesday||from 4pm||Wednesday||Closed|
Hours are subject to change at the bar manager’s discretion.
Takeaway available during restaurant opening hours
Restaurant Opening Hours
|Thursday||Closed until Nov 9th|
Open every second Tuesday for lunch at 12pm. Contact (03) 528 9777 for dates.
Hours are subject to change at the restaurant manager’s discretion.
BECOME A MEMBER OF THE MOTUEKA RSA
Motueka RSA invites membership applications from the public as well as all returned and current service members.
We have a fun, friendly & safe environment where everyone is welcome, including families.
Our members enjoy a great range of entertainment such as bands, karaoke, quiz nights and High Tea’s. The club offers both high and low seating, pool and snooker tables as well as a lovely outdoor garden area to soak in the sun on those warm summer nights. We have easy access without steps at the rear which is also wheelchair friendly.
The bar has a great variety of craft beers on tap along with the regular favourites, a good selection wines (some great local ones!) and also stocks a variety of low and no alcohol wines and beers and non-alcoholic drinks. A courtesy coach is available on Friday nights by request.
Our restaurant provides tasty restaurant meals as well as bar meals and takeaways with weekly specials and a kids menu. See the menu tab for details and prices.
There’s a wide variety of adjunct clubs you can join from Euchre, pool, darts, snooker, to the fishing and wine clubs which all welcome new members.
Club nights are held Tuesdays, Friday & Saturday’s with raffles, membership draws for cash and restaurant vouchers.
Annual membership is just $40 per club member, $30 for a service or returned service member or $70 for a couple if joining or renewing membership at the same time. The membership year runs from 1st April to 31st March.
To join is easy, just click below and fill in the form, email it to email@example.com and make payment as detailed on the form using your name as a reference. Alternatively you can drop it into the office with payment at 49 High Street (use the back door) Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm.
We have great facilities at the Motueka Memorial RSA including:
- 3 Pool Tables
- 2 Snooker Tables
- 5 Dart Boards
- Sports Sections
- 9 Gaming Machines
We welcome members of the NZ Caravan Association, and have 6 campervan parks around the back of the club, available for a maximum visit of 3 nights.
Friday and Saturday from 4pm – book on 021 0875 0829