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WIDOWED Friendship Club, for over-
60s, Awapuni Community Hall,
Newbury St, PN, second Wednesday of
month, 7pm. Contact Joy, 328 8840 or
John, 353 0027.
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.
SPEED skating, skating rink,
Waldegrave St, PN, 5.30pm till
6.30pm, Manawatu Showgrounds
Skating Club. Fee includes skate hire.
AUTISM Manawatu, last support
evening for the year. At 248 Broadway
Ave, PN, (entrance down the driveway).
No support evening will be held in
All persons affected by an autism
spectrum disorder are welcome to
attend this informal evening. Meet new
people, gain support and share
information. Contact 357 7846.
ST Peter's Church, Terrace End, PN,
Children's Christmas Service, 5pm.
Watch the children's Christmas play,
sing Christmas songs and celebrate
the season. All children, mums, dads,
grandparents, neighbours welcome.
DISABLED Persons Assembly,
Accessible Transport Forum,
Community Leisure Centre, 569
Ferguson St, PN, 4pm till 6pm.
Interpreters present. Contact
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.
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.
HOME For Christmas, a family concert
of seasonal music featuring a stage
band and outstanding vocalists. At
Salvation Army Auditorium, 431 Church
St, PN, today, Saturday and Sunday,
7pm. Tickets $5. Contact Tony,
PN Folk Club, End of Year Jam,
Theosophical Hall, 304 Church St, PN,
8pm. All welcome. $5, kids free.
Contact 358 3202.
SAFE seeks volunteers, today and
Saturday. Have fun and collect
donations to help animals. Contact
0800 SAVEUS; safe.org.nz/
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,
COUNTRY Rondayvu Music Club,
Rangiora Community Center Hall,
Rangiora Ave, PN, first and third Fridays
of month, 7.15pm till 10.30pm. Live
entertainment. $2 entry. Contact
MARTON Friendship Club, meets every
Friday, 2pm, Morris St, Marton.
Contact Jean, 327 6943.
KERALA Association Palmerston
North, Christmas Celebration. At
Queen Elizabeth College, Rangitikei St,
PN, 5.30pm onwards.
Wide range of cultural programmes and
dinner. Contact Saju, 021 236 1963 or
Antony, 021 164 2760 for tickets.
LAWN Bowls, every Saturday till
Christmas, Hokowhitu Bowling Club PN
(next to the park). All equipment
supplied. Help provided. Contact Mary,
SOCIAL Tennis, Awapuni Tennis Club,
Newbury St, PN, from 1.30pm. Contact
Bill, 355 2290.
TAIJI for balance, peace, relaxation, qi
and circulation. At 531 Ruahine St, PN,
9am. Contact Wilson, 356 8893.
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,
Christmas function, Rangiora
Community Centre, Rangiora Ave, PN,
1pm. Contact Eileen 354 5607.
PRAYERS For World Peace, 6.30pm
till 7.15pm, Amitabha Buddhist Centre,
345 Broadway Ave, PN.
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
MANAWATU Organ and Keyboard
Club, Manchester Unity Hall, 26
Walding St, PN, every Monday, 1pm.
Small door charge includes afternoon
tea. All levels and styles of music
players welcome. 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.
MS Yoga, 10am, MS Central Districts,
51 Waldegrave St, PN. Contact
357 3188; email@example.com.
WOMEN'S Walking Club, every
Tuesday, Palmerston North Women's
Centre, 10am till noon. Light
refreshments provided. Contact Katie,
UNITY Singers, every Tuesday 7.30pm
till 9.30pm. St Mary's Hall, Ruahine St.
More members wanted, especially
sopranos and basses. Contact Helen,
MANAWATU Overtones, women's four
part harmony chorus, Milson Combined
Church Hall, PN, 7pm. We need high,
low and all voices in between. Contact
Linda, 358 5883; dedge@inspire.
NEW Year Fair, Holben Reserve,
Foxton Beach, January 2, 9am till 3pm.
Contact Christina, 363 5323.
RECREATIONAL Gymnastics, School
Holiday Programme. Small groups
catering for girls and boys aged five to
16 years of all abilities, from beginners
to advanced, run by qualified staff in a
safe and fun gymnastics environment.
Lessons will incorporate the use of
trampolines, beam, bars, rings, foam
pads and sprung floor. Sessions, week
one, January 16, 18 and 20, and week
two, January 23, 25 and 27, 9am till
noon at Manawatu Gymsports, 10
Downing St, PN. $25 per session (day)
or $60 for three days. Contact
357 7065; manawatugymsports
BUSINESS House Bowls, Hokowhitu
Bowling Club, starting January 19 for
six weeks at 6pm. Make up a team of
three players of bowlers or non
bowlers, friends or workmates. $30 per
team. Contact Mary, 357 7670.
VOYAGE, a free education programme
for children who have experienced
family violence. ARCS Manawatu.
Spaces available for term one, 2012.
Contact Ruth, 353 6257.
BIG Brothers, Big Sisters of
Manawatu, become a mentor today.
Give the gift of time this Christmas,
and help young people. Contact
Pauline, 358 1204;
CAROLS, will be played in various
suburbs by PN Brass Band during
December. Band available. Contact
John, 358 7117.
NEW Zealand Cadillac Club, looking
for new members. Contact Bob,
06 348 4184; firstname.lastname@example.org.
MENOPAUSE relief, Do you, or
someone you know, suffer from the
often debilitating symptoms of
menopause? The NZ Menopause
Support forum allows you to seek
support and advice not only from other
members, but also from our experts.
EZEE Meals, available from St
Matthew's Anglican Church, 109
College St, PN. Stock up before
Christmas. Last day shop open for this
year is December 22. Reopens January
10. Last day for deliveries, December
23. Restart January 11. 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 horowhenua
email@example.com by March 31 to
SUPPORT Group, for people affected
by suicide loss. Facilitated by trained
counsellor. Contact Rose or Graeme,
Anniversary bang: The Manfeild
Fireworks Spectacular, postponed
by weather-related frustrations, will
now provide a fitting finale to Wel-
lington Anniversary Weekend.
The January 23 date opens up a
whole new opportunity to build the
regional event into an even bigger
attraction, Feilding Promotion man-
ager Helen Worboys said.
Details of the programme are
being worked through, but there
will be sideshows, face painting,
live bands and aerial and track
This will be a great night out for
everyone, with our usual spectacu-
lar fireworks display to finish,'' Mrs
Organised by Manfeild Park
Trust, Kairanga Lions and Feilding
Promotion, the annual spectacular
is usually staged in November, but
unsuitable weather thwarted the
original date, and every alternate
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