11-13: Tokoroa New World Squash Open, public welcome, feature matches with NZ number 1 woman Joelle King. Tokoroa Squash Club. 12: The Empire Strike Back Dance Performance, 7pm. Tokoroa High School. Palace Dance Studio performance. Tickets from Norah Turia on 0212146641 or Martha Turia 0212338901. 13: The End Times What in the World is Happening, 2pm-3pm. Senior Citizens Centre, Papanui Street, Tokoroa. Mike Bain from Media Ministries as guest speaker. Free, all ages. 14: Country and Western Club day, 1:30pm. Tokoroa Cosmopolitan Club. $4 non members, $3 Country and Western Club members. Contact Loma Roestenburg on 886 6732. 14: Beatrice Hofer and ENCORE, Putaruru Plaza, 2pm. Tickets, $15 per person, are on sale now from The Plaza, i-SITES and will be available at the door. 15: Start Careers & Start Living Expo, 10am-3pm. South Waikato Sports and Events Centre. Free. All ages. Designed for all ages, young to retired. Careers and Life exhibitors: training providers from all over NZ including adult courses and courses for interest; clubs and hobbies; and organisations who are there to support us with lifes challenges. 17: Tips and Tricks Evening, 4:30pm. Putaruru Hair Affair, Corner and Duke and Princess Street. Free. Goody bags, spot prizes, nibbles, refreshments. Call 07 883 7356. 18: Matariki Celebrations, Tokoroa Library. Story time at 10am. Evening celebrations open to the public at 5:30pm to 7pm. 20: Antiques, Curios and Collectables Fair, 8:30am-1:30pm. Tamahere Community Hall, 21 Devine Rd, Tamahere, Hamilton. 20: Oceans 15, 7:30pm. Casino Night fundraising for Forest View High School. South Waikato Sports and Events Centre. $60 entry. Tickets available at Morrisseys. 27: Classic Car Poker Run, 10:30am. Tokoroa Club. CureKids fundraiser. Route will start and end at the Tokoroa club. Enquiries to Panaz from Southern Socials on 0278659111 or Alan from Random Riders on 0274986464. 28: Pink Breakfast, Central Wine and Coffee Cafe, 10.30am-11.30am. $15 per person, pink yourself out. Contact Rita on 0278717722.