Hike Leaders offer their hikes on the Website. This active group offers hikes, special treks and other events in and around Chiang Mai province.
Newcomers are welcome to this friendly group, especially hike leaders. There is usually a variety of hikes and walks coming up.
The CMPG meets every other Wednesday and all those with an interest in photography, be it film or digital are warmly invited. See the website for dates and locations of meetings. The CMPG aims to further all aspects of the picture taking abilities of its members through the sharing of skills and mutualsupport in an informal, inclusive and enjoyable atmosphere.
CMPG is run solely for the benefit of its members and a fee of 40bht per person is collected at each meeting to help defray expenses. Meetings last two hours after which we encourage you to stay for a while and chat with other members over a drink in the bar. We can’t cover everything in the formal bit and this is a good time to explore interests you share with other photographers.×
We are open to persons who have an interest in or enjoy doing most anything with textiles, be it weaving, quilting, knitting, embroidery, etc. We come together to learn, receive help from each other, and always have a good social time. We meet every other week.
Karen Sengel (email@example.com)×
Small but perfectly formed including a BBC Cameraman. No formal meeting dates but getting together for projects as required.
Mike Griffiths (firstname.lastname@example.org)×
This group meets on the second Monday of every month. There are always interesting presentations about people’s travel around the world.
Pauline Erera, Ruth Willmon & Jennifer Davis (email@example.com)×
The goal of the group is to educate and help each other. The club members are from all levels of computer experience from novice to expert.
Day: Every Tuesday;
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 pm (13:00 – 14:30 h);
Place: Airport Greenery Service Apartments, kitty-corner from Airport Plaza, across Hang Dong Rd.
Dinner every other week at selected restaurants alternating between Asian and Western food.
Paul Schoenkopf (firstname.lastname@example.org)×
The Expats Ladies Lunch group meets on the first and third Thursday of the month. The lunch on the first Thursday is at a different restaurant each month. Lunch on the third Thursday is at the Grandview Hotel for their splendid low-cost buffet.
Nancy Lindley (email@example.com)×
While many people have an interest in hypnosis, often their biggest hurdle is finding someone to practice with. In this group we help each other learn real-world skills in both conventional and conversational (covert) hypnosis. In other words, we get together to learn hypnosis and to practice it. We also share experiences on how to use self-hypnosis for such things as changing habits, increasing confidence, overcoming fears and reducing pain.
Garden enthusiasts meet in people’s homes, parks and other interesting venues to learn about and discuss garden topics.
After the meetings we usually share a meal because we also enjoy the social side of being in this group.
Those interested in joining the book discussion group should contact the group coordinator.
Janet Greenleaf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phone: 085-798 1905
This group is dedicated to everyone who has an interest in writing – any genre, any skill level – with beginners especially welcome.
Place: The Why Not? Restaurant, Nimmanhemin Rd, Soi 11 (in a private air-conditioned room)
Time: Every Thursday evening 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Lee Thomas (email@example.com)×
Meets every Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Beer Garden at Sritana Condominium 2. Easily reached from Kad Suan Kaew. Food/beverage service available. Ample parking.
We have one English Scrabble set and another for French. Other languages welcome, but bring board and partner if you can.
Coordinator is Frank Wheby, who can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel/SMS 089 853 6987.
To reach the venue, start at the Shell Station on Huay Kaew Road; proceed west (toward the mountain); turn left into the very first lane past Shell (about 70 m), and proceed about 200 m to a large parking lot; you have reached it!
Frank Wheby (email@example.com)×