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A black-tie evening to raise money towards a bio bank for endangered birds.
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
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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-old s.kakapo.co.nzfor 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 andcountry.babies 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 queenstowntoastmasters.org.nz 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:
The Youth Booth: Open Monday to Friday 3pm to 6pm for year 7 and up. Contact: 442 8115 or firstname.lastname@example.org 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@PORSErealjourneys.playgroup.Goldco.nzcoin.
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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
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).