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Pu­taruru Dis­trict Ser­vices Memo­rial Club, 8pm. Tick­ets at the door. Light sup­per pro­vided. Prizes for dress-ups. Van avail­able. Phone Adele Mo­tion for in­quiries on 883 8591. 27: Singing cow­boy, 10.30am till 3pm. Out­side the Cab­bage Tree, Ti­rau. 2: Cas­tles, 2pm till 3pm, Man­gakino Pub­lic Li­brary. Learn about cas­tles and make your own to take home. Free ad­mis­sion, suit­able for all ages. 4: Pos­i­tive Age­ing Expo, 10am till 3pm. Sound­shell and Vil­lage Green, Memo­rial Drive, Ro­torua. Free ad­mis­sion. All ages. 7: Tie Dy­ing, 2pm till 3pm, Man­gakino Pub­lic Li­brary. Bring along a white cot­ton T-shirt to dye. Suit­able for chil­dren over 8. Book­ings re­quired, phone 882 8191 to make a book­ing. Free ad­mis­sion. 9: Hoppy Origami, 2pm till 3pm, Man­gakino Pub­lic Li­brary. Learn about na­tive and in­tro­duced frogs, and make your own hoppy origami to take home. Suit­able for chil­dren aged 8 and un­der. Free ad­mis­sion. 11-12: Gypsy Trav­ellers Fair, Sat: 9am till 5pm, Sun: 9am till 4pm. Glen­shea War Memo­rial Park. Free ad­mis­sion. All ages. 18: Gypsy Trav­ellers Fair, Sat: 9am till 5pm, Sun: 9am till 4pm. Join­ing with the farm­ers mar­ket out­side the old RSA, Cham­bers St. Free ad­mis­sion. All ages. 18: Cross­roads duo, 8pm till 12am. Toko­roa Cos­mopoli­tan Club. Free Ad­mis­sion. 20: See­ing is Be­liev­ing Jeanette Wilson, 7.30pm, South Waikato Sports and Events Cen­tre. Medium and Healer. Tick­ets from 0800 453 2638. 24-27: Te Whetu Re­union, Ngatira Marae. To reg­is­ter call Jean Tawhi on 07 323 8515. 31: Toko­roa Day ben­e­fit con­cert, 6pm till 10.30pm. South Waikato Sports and Events Cen­tre. Con­tact Missy Le­paio for tick­ets on 022 092 8926.

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