MON­DAY Birds of a feather TUES­DAY

A black-tie evening to raise money to­wards a bio bank for en­dan­gered birds.

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Tod­dler story time: Queen­stown li­brary 10.30am to 11.30am.

Tod­dler story time and ac­tiv­ity: Hawea li­brary 10.30am to 11.30am. Wakatipu Sex­ual Health Clinic: Ev­ery Mon­day from 3.30 to 5.30pm at Queen­stown Med­i­cal Cen­tre, 9

Isle St. Ap­point­ments are nec­es­sary. Con­tac­tGuests441 at0500.the’’Birds of a Queen­stownFeather’’ ball Pho­tog­ra­phy­will be of­fered a Club: Meet­gourmet­firstMon­day­din­neran­deach­drinkmon­thattheat 7pmColonel’satGoldridgeHomestead­resortRes­tau­rant.Mor­e­in­foat onWal­ter­info@Peak.qto­ho­to­ of qt­pho­to­club.Jazzbandco.Nairobinz. Trio will Wanaka pro­vide Walk­ers:live danc­ingPack­mu­si­calun­chan­dandKiwi mee­tartist­son­willtheshowlake­frontapre­viewop­po­si­te­oftheirthe show­grounds,na­tionalex­hi­bi­tion.Mon­days 9.30am. For moreAllinfothe­call­fund­s021474904raised­will go Al­co­holic­sto­wards build­ing Anony­mous:a ‘bio bank’Plun­ket­for Rooms,NewZealandArd­moreen­dan­geredStreet,Wanaka,na­tive 8pm.speciesOpenin meet­ing,DuskySound,all­wel­come.Fiord­land. WanakaLast year’s Play­group:Bird’s ofMee­taFeather­atthe SquashBall­wasClubasell-in­S­to­ne­outandStreet,raised9.30amover - 11.30am$35,000for­for0-Kakapo5yearsRe­cov­ery.and­care­giver. MoreReal­in­foJour­ney’sRachel0211029chiefex­ec­u­tiveor443 5147.Richard Lauder said it was a

Hawea ‘‘fan­tas­tic Li­brary: night’’10am­lastyearWrig­gle­and and Rhyme 0-2 year olds

Art Group: Mon­days 9.30am-2pm. Craft clu­b­rooms 44b In­nis­cort St. In­quiries 4451359. New mem­bers wel­come.

Age Con­cern Tai Chi: for arthri­tis and gen­eral well­be­ing 9.30am10.25am at Angli­can Church Hall. Con­tact Clare 4451291. Steady as you go: 10.30-11.30am, con­tact Gwenda 4450510.

Weight Watch­ers: Alexan­dra meet­ing 6pm at Cen­tral Sto­ries side room. All wel­come, mem­ber­ship fees ap­ply. Con­tact Amelia.fea­turedPater­son@aneigh­teen-weight­watcher-month-old­for more de­tails or just pop along‘‘This­toayearmeet­ing.RealJour­neys is Queen­stown­cov­er­ing all the Con­tract­costs, so Brid­geour ball Club: shouldBridgeraise evens­es­sion­s­more.ev­eryWe’reTues­day 7pm­pullingup­stair­soutal­lattheQueen­stown­stop­stom­akeEventsita Cen­tre.night­toCon­venor­re­mem­ber.’’Jus­tine Cran­field 4423432He­said based on the feed­back Queen­stown­the ball would Film have So­ci­ety:less talk­ingEveryand Tues­day­moredanc­ing.atDorothy Browns Cinema fromDOC8.30pm.op­er­a­tionsMore info:man­ager Greg queen­stown­film­so­ci­ety.Lind­saidthe­fundrais­erco.fornza bio Wrig­gle­bank would and ben­e­fit Rhyme: the­for­w­hole­par­ents and­coun­­bies aged 6 months to 2 years ev­ery‘‘DuskyTues­daySound­duringisunique,termtime,both­at­for Queen­stown­it­shis­toric­sig­nif­i­canceLi­braryfrom10.30am-and 11am.con­ser­va­tion val­ues. Al­ready home Queen­stownto a wide range Toastmasters:of en­dan­geredMeet ev­eryspecies,sec­ond­in­clud­ingTues­daykakapo,from­mo­hua7pmto 8:30pm at St John Rooms, Dou­glas St, Frank­ton. Con­tact: Si­mon on 441 4611 or visit queen­stown­toast­mas­ Med­i­ta­tion Class: ev­ery Tues­day 11am and Thurs­day 5.45pm. Classes on­go­ing-every­one wel­come, no pre­vi­ous ex­pe­ri­ence needed. Koha ac­cepted. Queen­stown Dharma Cen­tre, 12 Lake St. Con­tact An­drea 021440537 Wakatipu Tramp­ing Club: Meets first Tues­day each month at 7.30pm at St Mar­garets Church Hall, Frank­ton.

Ro­tary Club: Wanaka Ro­tar­i­ans meet at the Mt Iron Gar­den Bar and Func­tion Cen­tre, Al­bert Town

Tav­ern, 6pm for 6.30pm.

Meet a Jus­tice of the Peace: JP ser­vices are avail­able at Com­mu­nity Net­works, 73 Brown­ston Street, 10-2pm. Make an ap­point­ment 4437799.

Alexan­dra Pipe Band: meets Tues­days 7.30pm. Trans­port from Cromwell avail­able. Con­tact Dun­can 4450400.

Fine Thyme Singers: meet Tues­days 7pm at the Sup­per Room, Lodge Bldg, Old Town. In­quiries 4453245.

Cromwell Drop-In Cen­tre: The Hut from 10am-2pm ev­ery sec­ond andTues­day.tieke, PlayDOC’spool,vi­sion­bringis­tocrafts or a erad­i­cate­movie.Cost­pests$4 fro­mand­mustal­lDusky’sbeover 18. is­lands,’’ Lind said.

Real Jour­neys was9am-founded12.30pmin Fiord­lan­donMon­day,intheTues­day1950s.and Thurs­days dur­ing school term, in the pink and yel­low build­ing op­po­site Hawea Flat Hall on Cam­phill Road. Pop in for a cof­fee and a play.

Cof­fee Chat and Craft: Ev­ery first Thurs­day of the month at 10am at St Peters Church Lounge.

Artists ex­hi­bi­tion: rom vis­ual artists through­out Cen­tral Otago at 2 Church St 10am to 4pm daily - Con­tact (03) 448 6230 - En­try by do­na­tion.

Wakatipu Se­nior Cit­i­zens: Me­mo­rial St rooms for Tai Chi, card­mak­ing, big screen movies, plus a Fri­day hot lunch with tea/cof­fee, per­for­mances, games and en­ter­tain­ment in­cluded. Open Tues­day: 12-3pm, Wed­nes­day and Fri­day: 10.30am to 3pm. Con­tact:

442 9214

The Youth Booth: Open Mon­day to Fri­day 3pm to 6pm for year 7 and up. Con­tact: 442 8115 or they­outh­ Wakatipu Toy Li­brary: Open on Man St on Mon­day 9.30am to 11am, Wed­nes­day 1pm to 2.30pm and Satur­day 9am to 1pm. Con­tact 027 678 5593

Queen­stown Plun­ket: Play­groups at 8 Henry St. Wed­nes­day 1pm Ja­panese Mothers Group; Thurs­day 1.30pm new ba­bies group with var­i­ous What: speak­ers;Char­i­ty­ball­first‘Bird­sand ofthirda Feather’Thurs­day each month from 11am breast When: feed­ingSatur­day,sup­port­Au­gust­group;13 ev­ery Fri­day How dur­ing much: term$245time10.30amat events@PORSEre­aljour­­­coin.

Con­tact 442 7380

Ar­row­town Plun­ket: Play­groups at 20 Cardi­gan St. Mon­days 10am to 12pm is Lit­tle Fin­gers art and craft, Fri­days 10am to 12pm is tod­dler ac­tiv­i­ties. Gold coin. Con­tact Lil­lie

021 02791001

Queen­stown Com­mu­nity Choir: prac­tice weekly at Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre on Bal­larat St. Con­tact Mar­garet 021 212 7905

Funds raised will go to­wards build­ing a ‘bio bank’ for New Zealand en­dan­gered na­tive species in Dusky Sound, home to a wide range of en­dan­gered species, in­clud­ing the mo­hua (pic­tured).

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