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TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT
AVAILABLE COURSES GO TO
PACE.AC.NZ OR CALL 0800 MASSEY
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
Wednesday. 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.
GAMES afternoon, final for year,
hosted by St Mark's and St Andrew's
Parish. At St Mark's Hall, 117 College
St, Awapuni, PN, 12.30pm. Bring and
share luncheon (finger food) with
games to follow, 1.30pm. Free.
Contact Reita, 357 5869.
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;
AL-ANON, Roslyn Plunket Rooms,
Vogel St, PN, 7pm till 8pm, every
Thursday. Support for people
concerned about someone's drinking.
Contact 355 2693.
MS 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.
EPILEPSY Seminar, free, first Thursday
of month 10am till 11am. Hearing
Association Rooms, 435 Church St,
PN. To register contact Lyn
0800 202 122.
PN Folk Club, Instrumentals Night,
Theosophical Hall, 304 Church St, PN,
8pm. All welcome, $5, kids free.
Contact 358 3202.
MS 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.
TERRACE End School Garage Sale,
Ruahine St, PN, 9am till 1pm, food,
white elephant, books, toys,
appliances and more.
PAHIATUA Rotary Club, 30th Annual
Craft Market, Christmas Parade, and
Teddy Bears' Picnic, 9am. Traditional
Christmas Parade, 12pm with a
children's decorated bike competition
(Christmas theme). Judging and
prizegiving at 11.30am by the Post
Office Hotel. The Teddy Bears' Picnic
follows the parade about 12.45pm.
Contact Alan, 326 9720.
CHRISTMAS gifts and decorations,
free workshops, today and December
10, 1.30pm till 4.30pm, The Art Room,
Square Edge, PN. Materials provided.
Contact Yoko, 354 4780 (7-8pm)
LAWN Bowls, every Saturday till
Christmas, Hokowhitu Bowling Club,
PN (next to the park). All equipment
supplied. Help provided. Contact Mary,
OLD Time Dance, Mangatainoka Hall,
7.30pm. Adults $5, Children $1.
Contact Pauline 376 7156, Ted
ABBEYFIELD Roslyn House, Car Boot
Sale, 115 Vogel St, PN, from 9am. Set
up by 8.45am. Cars $10, vans/
trailers, $15. Contact Carol, 357 2662
to book a site.
PALMERSTON North Theosophical
Society, Awakening the Soul
Experiential Workshop, facilitated by
Julia Tarnawsky. How touching the
energies of the soul helps to ride the
waves of life. At 304 Church St, PN,
2pm and 7.30pm. $10 for both
sessions or $7 for one. Contact:
Anthea, 353 6221 or 027 240 2069;
HANDEL'S Messiah, Palmerston North
Choral Society presents the most
famous choral work of all time. At St
Peter's Church, Ruahine St, PN,
7.30pm. Adult $25. Concession $20.
Students with ID $12. Under-10 free.
Tickets from choir members or at door
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,
FUNDRAISING Garage Sale, 3 Konini
St, PN, 9am till 1.30pm. Proceeds
toward voluntary work in India.
YOUNG Widows and Widowers' Club,
meets first Sunday of the month for a
lunchtime meeting. Contact Pat,
354 3654 or Barbara, 329 3568.
SANDS Christmas Memorial Service,
Sands Memorial Garden, Kelvin Grove
Children's Cemetery, PN, 2pm, wet or
fine. A remembrance service for
families who have lost a baby due to
miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn
death. We will have a real Christmas
tree for families to decorate which will
remain in the memorial garden until the
MANAWATU Triathlon Club, Team
Relay Challenge, Linton Army Camp.
Registration from 8am till 8.45am,
race start 9am. Teams of three. Each
member completes a short course
triathlon: run 1.5km; bike 5km; swim
100m before handing over to the next
team member. Alternatively one person
can do the three legs, three times.
Spot prizes and drinks at end of race.
Limit 100 teams, enter early. Contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or triclub.co.nz.
PRAYERS For World Peace, 6.30pm
till 7.15pm, Amitabha Buddhist Centre,
345 Broadway Ave, PN.
BREASTFEEDING or pregnant,La
Leche League meetings aim to equip
breastfeeding mothers with
information, resources and new
friendships. St David's Community
Hall, cnr Main and Rainforth streets,
PN (opposite Memorial Park), 9.45am.
Contact Jackie, 358 0189 or Christie,
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
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
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.
ST Peter's Church, Terrace End, PN,
free lunchtime concert, 12.15pm till
12.45pm. Organ recital by Robert
Cleaver Christmas Allsorts. Bring your
lunch. Contact Alyson, 358 5053.
DOODLEBUGS Playgroup, St David's
Church, cnr Main and Rainforth Sts,
PN, 9.30am till noon. $2 per family.
Contact Rosanne, 329 2595;
PALMERSTON North Lifedrawing
Society, Community Leisure Centre,
Ferguson St, PN, 7pm, finally today.
Casual rate $13, (concessions
available). All levels of experience
welcome. Contact Maurice 354 0313;
MS Yoga, 10am, MS Central Districts,
51 Waldegrave St, PN. Contact
357 3188; email@example.com.
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, Unity
Singers, $2. Senior Citizens
clubrooms, 309 Main St, PN. Contact,
UNITY Singers, every Tuesday 7.30pm
till 9.30pm. St Mary's Hall, Ruahine St.
More members wanted, especially
sopranos and basses. Contact Helen,
NZ Carols, It's a family affair, with Roy
Tankersley on keyboards. Join a
singalong of NZ carols and hear the
Christmas story retold in modern
language. At Wesley Church, 162
Broadway Ave, PN, December 7,
7.30pm. All welcome. Koha/donation.
MANAWATU Musician Makers,
Performance Showcase. Featuring the
students of Manawatu's musician
development and tuition studio. At the
Regent on Broadway, PN, December
10, 6pm. Tickets TicketDirect.
MANAWATU Scottish Society,
Highland Square Day, City Square
Gardens, PN, December 10, 9am till
6pm. Dancing, solo pipers and
drummers. Pipe band in competition,
street march. Free. Contact Jenny,
354 4935; firstname.lastname@example.org.
ORIENTEERING, twilight event, Mt
Lees, December 10, 5pm with
barbecue afterwards. The Red Kiwi
club will provide some drinks and
nibbles. Bring own food and extra
BRASS Band, Christmas concert by PN
senior and junior brass bands,
December 11, 7pm, Intermediate
School Hall. Gold coin donation.
Contact John, 358 7117.
MANAWATU Branch, Autism New
Zealand, ASD Young Adults Social
Gathering, 248 Broadway Ave, PN,
December 12, 6pm till 7.30pm. Enter
via the back door of the CCS Disability
Action building. You are welcome to
bring a support person with you.
Nibbles and drinks provided. Contact
UNITY Singers, presentation of carols,
Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, Broadway
Ave, PN, December 13, 7pm. Entry,
cans or coin donation for the St Vincent
De Paul's food store.
HOME For Christmas, a family concert
of seasonal music featuring a stage
band and outstanding vocalists. At
Salvation Army Auditorium, 431 Church
St, PN, December 16, 17, and 18,
7pm. Tickets $5. Tony, 357 1125.
KERALA Association Palmerston
North, Christmas Celebration. At
Queen Elizabeth College, Rangitikei St,
PN, December 17, 5.30pm onwards.
Wide range of cultural programmes and
dinner. Contact Saju, 021 236 1963 or
Antony, 021 164 2760 for tickets.
MANAWATU Country Music Club,
Christmas function. December 18,
1pm. Rangiora Community Centre,
Rangiora Ave, PN. Contact Eileen
CAROLS, will be played in various
suburbs by PN Brass Band during
December. Band available for your
party or function. Contact John,
NEW Zealand Cadillac Club, looking
for new members. Contact Bob,
06 348 4184; email@example.com.
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