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THE TRIBUNE, MAY 23, 2012
To the Square
MMaaxxwells Linee Slacks Rd
• Wineries, boutique food and cooking
demonstrations in a fabulous indoor setting
with a view of the region's stunning wind farms
• Live Music all day, stay and have a long lunch
• DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW!
• $20 per person - includes festival glass and
• Free tastings from all exhibitors
For more details www.mwff.co.nz or at the
i-SITE in the Square, Palmerston North
Manawatu Wine and Food Festival
9 - 10 June 2012 AWAPUNI RACECOURSE FUNCTION CENTRE
GENEALOGY, PN branch NZ Society,
Kilwinning Lodge, Church Street, PN,
7.30pm. Bring along any questions you
have relating to your family tree
research. Visitors welcome. Doors
open 6pm for research. Contact Anne,
OVER 60s Widowed Friendship Club,
meets second Wednesday of month,
Awapuni Hall, Newbury St, PN, 7pm.
Interesting outings. New members
welcome. Contact Gayle, 357 5391 or
Mavy, 353 0027.
PALMERSTON North Healing Rooms,
All Saints Church, PN, Wednesdays
noon till 2pm; Thursdays 7.15pm till
8.30pm. No appointment needed.
Free. Contact healingrooms.org.nz.
TAKARO Ladies Club, meets first
Wednesday of month, St Oswald's
Hall, Featherston St, PN, 2pm.
Entertainment. Afternoon tea. New
members welcome. Contact Sue,
354 6726 or Joyce, 357 7373.
COMMUNITY Craft, fortnightly on
Wednesdays, Central Baptist Church
Hall, 190 Church St, PN, 9.30am till
11.30am. Contact Jennie, 356 6592.
PALMERSTON North Chess Club,
Hearing House, 435 Church St, PN,
7.30pm. Contact Stewart,
027 329 4399; Palmerston
ASHHURST Scottish Country Dance
Club, Whakarongo Hall, cnr Stoney
Creek Rd and Napier Hwy, 7.30pm till
10pm. Tuition given. Contact Joy,
359 1977 or Mary, 356 3416.
SINGING Group, men and women
seriously singing for fun, 8pm till 9pm.
Contact Jeanne, 353 0399.
ROSE City Lions, meets twice a month
from 6pm, help the community.
Contact Margaret, 358 1898 or Meg,
PLUNKET, parent information session
on making breastfeeding work. Family
Centre, 42 Albert St, PN, 10am till
noon. Contact Andrea, 357 4844;
CAMELLIA House, Quiz Night, Avenue
Room, Kingsgate Hotel, PN, 7pm,
doors open 6.45pm. $10 per person,
teams of six. All proceeds to Camellia
House. Drinks and nibbles available for
purchase. Prizes and spot prizes.
Contact 357 7056;
Camelliahouse@xtra.co.nz for tickets.
VOYAGE, an education programme for
children and their families who have
experienced violence -- physical, sexual
or emotional. ARCS Manawatu.
Thursdays after school. Free. Contact
Ruth, 356 5868.
AUTISM Manawatu, preschool friendly
support/playgroup, every Thursday, St
Albans Church, St Albans Ave, PN,
9.30am till 11.30am. Environment for
parents, caregivers to meet and bring
children for ideas, support. Includes
school holidays. Contact Ange,
LITTLE Groovers Music Group,St
David's Church, cnr Main and Rainforth
streets, PN, 9.30am till noon during
term time. $2 donation per family.
Contact Rosanne, 329 2595.
FRIENDSHIP Centre for Seniors,
cards, Scrabble, chat. Anglican Social
Work Trust. Milson Combined Church,
PN, 2pm till 3.30pm. Gold coin
donation. Transport available. Contact
Judy or Theresa, 355 1204.
MANAWATU Breathe Easy Support
Group, support for respiratory
conditions. Third Thursdays, Cloverlea
Tavern, Tremaine Ave, PN, 10.30am till
12.30pm. Contact Owen, 358 7491.
MS Stretch, 9.30am, MS Central
Districts, 51 Waldegrave St, PN.
Support and advocacy. Contact
357 3188; firstname.lastname@example.org.
ODD/CD/ADHD Parent Support
Group, every second Thursday from
12.30pm, starting today. Contact
Selena, 354 4464.
AL-ANON, Roslyn Plunket Rooms,
Vogel St, PN, 7pm till 8pm, Thursdays.
Support for people concerned about
someone's drinking. Call 355 2693.
ORGANIC Gardening and Nutrition,
talk by Soil and Health Association
member Dee Pigneguy, author of
Gardening for Planet Earth. Community
House, King St, PN, 6.30pm
refreshments; 7pm start. Free. Contact
Margaret, 353 0549 (day);
PN Lunch Club, Terrace Tavern
(previously Princess Tavern), 789 Main
St, Terrace End, PN, 11.45am. One-
course hot meal ($14) followed by
Isaac Henderson, conductor of the
Manawatu Youth Orchestra, talking
about his passion for music. Visitors
welcome. Contact Don, 353 5353.
PN Folk Club, instrumental night,
Theosophical Hall, 304 Church St, PN,
8pm. $5, kids free. Contact 358 3202.
PETER Beck, Christchurch city
councillor and former Anglican dean
talks about his experience of the
Christchurch earthquake and its
impact. Organised by the Housing
Advice Centre. PN Convention Centre,
noon till 1pm. Tickets $10, available
from Inspire Me (cash only),
Settlement Support Manawatu, City
Library and the Housing Advice Centre,
King St, PN. Contact 358 4875.
FRIENDSHIP Centre for Seniors,
cards, Scrabble, chat. All Saints
Community Centre, PN, 9.30am till
11.30am. Gold coin donation.
Transport available. Contact Judy or
Theresa, 355 1204.
RONDAYVU Country Music Club,
Rangiora Ave Community Hall, PN, first
and third Fridays of month, 7.15pm till
10pm. $2. Contact Lena, 354 7567.
WOMEN'S Centre Friendship Group,
every Friday, 10am till 11.30am.
Contact Katie, 355 9088.
FRIENDSHIP Centre for Seniors, Art
group. All Saints Community Centre,
PN, 1.30pm till 3.30pm. Gold coin
donation. Contact Judy or Theresa,
DANCES and Overtures, Manawatu
Youth Orchestra concert conducted by
Isaac Henderson. Speirs Centre,
7.30pm, $20/$15/$10. Cash door
sales. Bookings at Eventfinder.
ROTARY Club of Takaro, Monster
Garage Sale, Palmerston North
Community Leisure Centre, 569
Ferguson St, PN, from 7am. Proceeds
to community projects.
TE Manawa Concert Series, 2.30pm.
Pamela Dowsett, violin, Sasha Routh,
cello, and Guy Donaldson, piano,
performing Haydn's The Gypsy Rondo
Trio and three works by Beethoven.
Entry by donation. Contact Kris,
021 875 798.
SWEDISH Meatball Competition and
Pot Luck Lunch, Scandinavian Club of
Manawatu. Bunnythorpe Methodist
Fellowship Hall, noon. Bring meatballs
or main, dessert and afternoon tea.
BYO plates, cutlery etc. Mystery
judges. Contact Anne, 356 2476.
SPIRITUAL Yoga, 271 College St, PN,
7pm, (house behind shop). All
welcome. Contact Graham, 358 4368;
LA Leche League, bring all your
breastfeeding questions to St David's
Community Hall, cnr Main and
Rainforth streets, PN, 9.45am. Contact
Jackie, 358 0189 or Christie,
TAKARO Table Tennis Club, Takaro
Sports Club, cnr Featherston St and
Botanical Rd, PN, 7.30pm. $4 per
night or $50 for season. Beginners and
social players welcome. Contact Barry,
356 2183; 027 457 1378.
SUPERGRANS free cooking course,
Salvation Army kitchen, 431 Church St,
PN. Contact Cynthia, 354 3804.
LEISURE Marching Valdorines, need
mature women for team. No
experience necessary. Easy to learn.
Trips away. Practice in PN, Monday,
5pm. Contact Averill, 326 9946.
FEILDING Chess Club, Feilding
Intermediate School, 95 East St,
Feilding. Junior, 5.30pm till 7.30pm;
Senior, 7.30pm onwards. Contact
Mark, 027 338 2040 or 323 7003.
SCOTTISH Country Dancing,
Manawatu Club, Scottish Society Hall,
Berryman's Lane off Princess St), PN,
7.45pm till 10pm. Partners not
required. Tuition given. Wear soft-soled
shoes. Contact John or Yvonne,
FRIENDSHIP Centre for Seniors,
Entertainment. All Saints Community
Centre, PN, 2pm till 3pm. Gold coin
donation. Contact Judy or Theresa,
EZI-Rider Scooter Club, meets
Palmerston North Club, second
Tuesday of month, noon, for a meal
and to share scootering experiences.
Contact Jocelyn, 358 7867.
DEMENTIA information, education
sessions for family members. St John
Ambulance, Bowen St, Feilding, 1pm
till 2.30pm. Contact 357 9539
(Alzheimers Manawatu), to book.
ENTERTAINMENT, PN Senior Citizens
Clubrooms, (opposite Globe Theatre),
every Tuesday, 1.30pm. This week:
Roger Simpson and Friends. $2,
includes cup of tea. Contact,
TEENAGED and pregnant, group
provides food, fun, information about
labour, birth, parenting and life skills.
The Pregnancy Centre, 3 Amesbury St,
PN, every Tuesday 5pm till 7pm. Also
teen mothers group, 1.15pm. Contact
Sally, 354 2273.
GREY Power Tararua, second Tuesday
of month, Senior Citizens' Hall,
Princess St, Pahiatua, 1.30pm.
Contact Anne Marie, 376 7950.
LIKE to sing and dance, express your
inner diva. Manawatu Overtones
women's chorus, Milson Combined
Church Hall, PN, 7pm. Four-part
harmony singing. Contact Jenni,
WHAKARONGO Indoor Bowls Club,
Tuesdays, Community Hall at
Whakarongo School, 7.25pm till
9.40pm. Contact Shirley, 356 2930 or
Roger, 353 3850.
FRIENDSHIP Centre for Seniors, All
Saints Community Centre, PN, 9.30am
till 11.30am. Transport available.
Contact Judy or Theresa, 355 1204.
FEILDING Ukulele Group, intermediate
level, fortnightly. Ride available from
PN. Contact Trish, 323 8575.
MANAWATU Majors Leisure Marching
Team, recruiting. No experience
needed. Barber Hall, Waldegrave St,
PN, 5.30pm till 7pm. Contact Ruth,
355 2248 or Val, 356 1200.
U3A Manawatu Lecture Series,
Criminal Trial Processes: the need for
reform -- speaker Warren Young. All
Saints Community Centre, 338 Church
St, PN, May 30, 2pm. Free. Contact
Margaret, 358 6980.
MANAWATU Coeliac Support Group,
presentation by Allan McBride on his
work producing gluten-free products.
Education Centre, PN Hospital,
Ruahine St, May 30, 7.30pm. Bring
supper plate of gluten-free food.
Contact Pam, 355 3339 or Jann,
OLD Time Social Dance, Manawatu
Dancing Club. Newbury Hall, Rangitikei
Line, PN, June 2, 7.30pm till 11pm.
$7, (includes supper). Contact
Margaret, 353 1403 or Brian,
ST Peter's Free Lunchtime Concert,St
Peter's Anglican Church, Terrace End,
PN, June 5, 12.15pm till 12.45pm.
Piano recital by Guy Donaldson.
GAMES afternoon, St Mark's Hall, 117
College St, Awapuni, PN, June 6,
1.30pm, hosted by the parish of St
Mark's and St Andrew's. Free. Contact
Reita, 357 5869.
OCEAN Waves Music Club, rock 'n' roll
night. Himatangi Beach Bowling Club,
June 8, 6.30pm. $2 members, $3 non
members. Come dressed in the theme.
Live band. Contact 329 9642.
HOT Tips, Growing Great Families with
Bruce and Amanda Pilbrow.
Crossroads Church, 220 Church St,
PN, June 9, 7pm till 8.30pm. Tickets
$15 single, $25 double, available from
Crossroads office. Limited door sales.
Contact Lyn, 357 6677;
JONAH comes to life, an evening of
fellowship and networking. For people
who help, volunteer or are paid to be
part of Sunday School, music
ministries or outreach clubs. Bring
some friends, stories and song. St
Albans Church, 339 Albert St, PN, June
13, 7pm. Contact Russell,
0274 880 371;
email@example.com to RSVP.
REFUGEE Services, volunteers
needed. Contact 355 1415;
SENIOR CITIZENS, Mondays, 1pm,
indoor bowls; Wednesdays and
Thursdays, 1pm, 500 cards; Friday,
1pm, indoor bowls; 4pm, dancing
(sequence/ballroom). 309 Main St
West. Contact, 357 8207.
REFUGEE Services, furniture
donations needed for families arriving
in June. Double beds, couches, dining
tables and chairs, curtain tracks,
drawers. Contact 355 1415;
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