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THE TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 16, 2011
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ORNITHOLOGICAL Society NZ Branch
meeting, Lido Aquatic Centre meeting
room, Park Rd, PN, 8pm. Jesse
Conklin from ecology group at Massey
University on bar-tailed godwits -- local
birds teach the world about long-
SOCIAL Tennis, Awapuni Tennis Club,
Newbury St, PN. From 5.30pm.
Contact Bill, 355 2290.
LESBIAN social group, for lesbians
and women questioning their sexuality,
meet every second Wednesday,
6.30pm, at a cafe. We also have
barbecues, movie nights and women's
dances. Contact malgra_lesbian_
WOMEN'S Centre Friendship Group,
9.30am till 11.30am every Wednes-
day. Contact Katie, 355 9088.
MANAWATUNES Chorus, men's
harmony chorus, Wednesdays.
Salvation Army Hall, Church St, PN,
7.15pm. Free. Contact Ross,
500 Cards, Wednesdays, 1pm till
3.30pm and Thursdays, 1pm till
3.30pm. Senior Citizens clubrooms,
309 Main St, PN. 50-plus welcome.
Contact 357 8207.
LITTLE Groovers Music Group,St
David's Church, cnr Main and
Rainforth Sts, PN, 9.30am till noon.
$2 per family. Contact Rosanne,
329 2595; firstname.lastname@example.org.
GAMES afternoon, hosted by St
Mark's and St Andrew's Parish. At St
Mark's Hall, 117 College St, Awapuni,
PN, 1.30pm. Free. Contact Reita,
AUTISM Manawatu, support evening,
248 Broadway Ave, PN, (down
driveway), 7.30pm. All persons
affected by an autism spectrum
disorder welcome to attend. Meet new
people and gain support.
DIABETES, free Carbohydrate
Awareness Course, Palmerston North,
5pm till 7.30pm. Contact Jacqui or
Renee (Manawatu Horowhenua
Tararua Diabetes Trust), 357 5992, to
AL Anon, Roslyn Plunket Rooms,
Vogel St, PN, 7pm till 8pm, every
Thursday. Support for people
concerned about someone's drinking.
Contact 355 2693.
ART group, 10.30am, MS Central
Districts, 51 Waldegrave St, PN.
Contact 357 3188;
PALMERSTON North Altrusa Club,
second Thursday of month. Our focus
is supporting literacy in the community
with fundraising and projects as well
as social events. Contact Robyn,
353 3262 or Bev, 357 1822;
MANAWATU Petanque Club, 74 North
St, PN, 5.30pm, Thursdays and
Sundays, 1.30pm. Boules provided.
Tuition given by club members. Contact
Keith, 354 4880 or Cath, 357 0356.
NEW Parents Coffee Group,
Community Birth Services, Level 2,
Westside Chambers, 151 The Square,
PN, 11.30am till 1.30pm. Tea, coffee
provided. Bring own lunch.
MANAWATU Breathe Easy Support
Group, supporting those with
respiratory conditions. Third Thursdays,
10.30am till 12.30pm, Cloverlea
Tavern, Tremaine Ave, PN. Contact
Owen, 358 7491.
PN Folk Club, songs featuring clothing
and apparel, Theosophical Hall, 304
Church St, PN, 8pm. All welcome, $5,
kids free. Contact 358 3202.
PN Lunch Club, Cloverlea Tavern,
11.45am. One-course hot meal ($13),
followed by Dr Nigel Parsons, Massey
University, on the uprisings in the Arab
nations. Visitors welcome. Contact
Don, 353 5353.
HEARTS and Homes, a charitable
event for Arohanui Hospice, today and
Saturday. Visit a selection of some of
Manawatu's stunning homes. Contact
356 6606; heartsandhomes.co.nz for
STRETCH class, 10am followed by
coffee 10.45am, MS Central Districts.
Contact 357 3188; mmss@inspire.
SIT and Be Fit, Church of Christ, 37
Botanical Rd, PN, 1.30pm. Free.
Gentle exercise. Contact Ian,
MARTON Friendship Club, meets every
Friday, 2pm, Morris St, Marton.
Contact Jean, 327 6943.
PIKE River Mine Tragedy
remembrance, Workers' Memorial,
Memorial Park, Fitzroy St entrance,
3.30pm. Speakers include Peter
Cullinane, Iain Lees-Galloway and Jono
Naylor. At 3.44pm a bell will toll 29
HEALTHY Living Diabetes
Management Course, Palmerston
North, 9.30am till 11.30am. Free.
Contact Jacqui or Renee (Manawatu
Horowhenua Tararua Diabetes Trust),
357 5992, to register.
TAIJI for balance, peace, relaxation, qi
and circulation. At 531 Ruahine St, PN,
9am. Contact Wilson, 356 8893.
PUZZLE Library, Hokowhitu Plunket
Rooms, 10am till 11am during term
time. Annual membership $10.
Contact Helen, 359 0041.
MAINLY Music, Associated Church of
Christ, Botanical Rd, PN. Mums and
dads welcome with under five year
olds. $3 per family. Contact Lee,
MANAWATU Country Music Club,
Rangiora Community Centre, Rangiora
Ave, PN, 1pm. Contact Eileen
PRAYERS For World Peace, 6.30pm
till 7.15pm, Amitabha Buddhist Centre,
345 Broadway Ave, PN.
SIXTY and Single, women meet for
friendship and outings. Dinner fourth
Sunday of the month. Contact Robyn,
355 5651 or Betty, 355 5902.
BREASTFEEDING Cafe, mother-to-
mother support group offers
breastfeeding peer counsellors with a
lactation consultant available. 1pm till
3pm, Community Birth Services, Level
2, Westside Chambers, 151 The
SENIORNET Learning Centre,
technology for the over 50s, every
Monday, 105 Princess St, PN, 9am till
3pm. Contact 359 4367 or Berry,
MANAWATU Organ and Keyboard
Club, Manchester Unity Hall, 26
Walding St, PN, Mondays, 1pm. Small
charge includes afternoon tea. Contact
Lesley, 356 2834 or Tricia, 357 5518
PALMERSTON North Toastmasters,
first, third and fifth Monday of month,
Hearing Association, 435 Church St,
PN, 7.30pm. Contact Barb, 324 0308
or Tony, 355 1721.
DOODLEBUGS Playgroup, St David's
Church, cnr Main and Rainforth Sts,
PN, 9.30am till noon. $2 per family.
Contact Rosanne, 329 2595;
MANAWATU Pottery Society, 2011
Exhibition, Feilding and District Art
Centre, 35 Kimbolton Rd, Feilding,
10am till 4pm (closed Mondays), until
December 3. Free. Contact Shirley,
329 6765; email@example.com.
PALMERSTON North Lifedrawing
Society, Community Leisure Centre,
Ferguson St, PN, 7pm, every Tuesday
until December 6. Casual rate $13,
(concessions available). All levels of
experience welcome. Contact Maurice
354 0313; firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOGA, 10am, MS Central Districts, 51
Waldegrave St, PN. Contact 357 3188;
BUNNYTHORPE Mainly Music and
Playgroup, fortnightly Tuesdays. Arrive
from 10.30am with session starting
10.40am. $2 per family. Morning tea
provided. Contact Amy, 329 2194;
WOMEN'S Walking Club, every
Tuesday, Palmerston North Women's
Centre, 10am till noon. Light
refreshments provided. Contact Katie,
ENTERTAINMENT, 1.30pm, David Trail
and Adele from Levin, $2. Senior
Citizens clubrooms, 309 Main St, PN.
Contact, 357 8207.
UNITY Singers, every Tuesday 7.30pm
till 9.30pm. St Mary's Hall, Ruahine St.
More members wanted, especially
sopranos and basses. Contact Helen,
EVERGREENS Club, Christmas lunch
celebration at Stutter's, November 23,
12.30pm. Contact Alys, 353 3035 to
book your place.
BEST Years, St David's Church, Main
St, PN, November 23, 9.30am till
11.30am - West Bank Palestinian
Resistance. Nigel Parsons who spent
July in the West Bank will tell us some
of the stories and incidents that
contribute to the tensions there.
Visitors $5. Contact 356 9972.
U3A Manawatu Lecture Series,Te
Manawa, Main St, PN, November 23,
2pm. Storytelling: Fiction. Speaker: Dr
Kim Worthington, Massey University.
Free. Contact Margaret, 358 6980.
CHRISTMAS Fair, St Peter's Church,
Terrace End, PN, November 26, noon
till 3pm. Lunch and dessert trolley,
cakes, raffles and more.
COUNTRY Gospel Concert, Aokautere
Community Church, cnr Aokautere
Drive and Moonshine Valley Rd, PN,
November 26, 7.30pm till 9.30pm.
Free. Contact Lynette, 357 0045 or
Eileen, 354 5607.
PARENTING in a blended family,
parenting someone else's children. A
workshop for adults, with solutions and
strategies for parenting as a non-
nuclear combination of adults and
children. November 26, 9.30am till
4pm. $20 (lunch provided). Contact
Parentline, 355 1655 to register.
TE Manawa Sunday Concert Series,
Jennifer Moss and Guy Donaldson,
voice and piano singing NZ music, Kurt
Weill and Bernstein. Nigel Tongs sings
the Trout, Roy Tankersley plays the
harpsichord and with Kris Zuelicke for
Rachmaninoff's Piano Duet Op. 11,
November 27, 2.30pm. Entry by
donation. Contact Kris 021 875 798.
CELEBRATION, Life and Teachings of
Sri Sathya Sai Baba, Sri Sathya Sai
Service Organisation, Queen Elizabeth
College hall (QEC), PN, November 27,
11am to 2pm. Contact Veena,
357 2261; email@example.com or
Nandanie, 358 3882;
DUTCH Family Picnic, November 27,
11am till 2pm, with Sint Nicolaas.
Adults with young children or
grandchildren, bring a wrapped present
for your kids, to the value of $7 to $10.
Prepared Dutch-style lunch provided,
fruit and hot and cold drinks. Tickets
$5 adults, $3 children, under twos
free. Contact 355 4989 or 358 8421;
email, firstname.lastname@example.org for
HANDEL'S Messiah, Palmerston North
Choral Society presents the most
famous choral work of all time. At St
Peter's Church, Ruahine St, PN,
December 3, 7.30pm. Adult $25.
Concession $20. Students with ID
$12. Under-10 free. Tickets from choir
members or at door from 7pm.
MANAWATU Scottish Society,
Highland Square Day. A full day of
Highland events, dancing, solo pipers
and drummers. Pipe bands in
competition street march. December
10, 9am till 6pm. City Square Gardens.
Free. Contact Jenny Mair 354 4935,
CROQUET, Takaro Club welcomes
people to learn golf croquet. Suitable
secondary school age and up. Easy to
learn and fast moving. To book your
free lessons contact Gay 357 5153 or
021 064 4073.
DONATIONS need for refugees,in
particular beds and bedding, couches,
dining tables and chairs, curtains and
curtain rails, drawers, kitchenware and
rugs. Contact Refugee Services,
EZEE Meals, available from St
Matthew's Anglican Church, 109
College St, PN. Frozen meals including
roast dinners, vegetarian meals and
diabetic desserts. Prices from $3.50 to
$7.50. Shop open for sales and
telephone orders Tuesday 4pm till 5pm
and Thursday 11am till noon.
Deliveries Wednesday and Friday
mornings. $2.50 per delivery. Contact
355 2254 during shop hours.
HOBBY Expo, planned to be held in
Levin next year. All individuals, clubs
and organisations invited to showcase
common and not so common hobbies
and crafts. Contact
March 31 to register your interest,
including contact details and brief
UPPER Hutt College 50th Reunion,
Easter 2012, April 6 to 8, 2012.
Contact 527 8749;
upperhutt.school.nz/ jubilee or
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