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Ali Baba Pu­taruru Col­lege per­for­mance. Sep­tem­ber 8 and 9 at 7pm. Email email of­fice@putaru­ru­col­lege.school.nz for de­tails. Trans-tas­man Pi­ano Duo Glenn Rid­dle and Kather­ine Austin, Fri­day, Sep­tem­ber 9, 7.30pm, The Plaza, Pu­taruru, Ad­mis­sion $25, Stu­dents free, Door sales only (no eftpos). The Northshore Male Choir The Plaza, Pu­taruru. Sep­tem­ber 11, 2pm. $20 Stu­dents/se­nior, $25 Adults. Door Sales avail­able or tick­ets can be pur­chased from The Plaza, isite Toko­roa, Di­a­mond Jewellers Mata­mata and Eventfinda. Spir­i­tual & Heal­ing Expo Sun­day, Sep­tem­ber 11. 10.30am – 3.30pm. Te Awhina Hall Moana Cres, Man­gakino, (Old Bowl­ing Club). $5 en­try. Clair­voy­ant Read­ings, Rune Stone Read­ings, Reiki & En­ergy Heal­ings Crys­tals & Plant Ther­a­pies avail­able. Toko­roa Arthri­tis Sup­port Group Sep­tem­ber 14 at Sport Waikato rooms. 11.15am .Speaker Richard on computers. Con­tact Jean 8861288 for more info. St Paul’s Church, Kens­ing­ton St, Pu­taruru, Fri­day Sep­tem­ber 9, 12 Noon to 4 pm. Ad­mis­sion: Gold Coin Do­na­tion; Chil­dren free. Plants, cakes, pro­duce for sale. Light re­fresh­ments $7.00. Sug­ary drink work­shop Learn how much sugar our bod­ies can cope with each day and how much comes hid­den in dif­fer­ent bev­er­ages. Sep­tem­ber Sep 8, 1pm.register at Sport Waikato Of­fice (Swanston St) or phone Mandy or Pricey 078869002 Pink Walk Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 29, 10.30am. About 2.5 km walk. Meet and fin­ish at The Wooden Farmer carpark, Pu­taruru. Gold Coin Do­na­tion. Dress in Pink..prizes for best dressed, Spot Prizes. All do­na­tions to Waikato Breast Can­cer Trust. Fun , easy walk for the whole fam­ily. Pu­taruru Street Mar­ket Every third Sun­day of the month, 9am to mid­day, Princes St. All wel­come $5 per stall, bring your own ta­ble. En­quires 883 1573. Waotu-puke­tu­rua Play­cen­tre Thurs­days, 9.30am – 12 noon. Caters for 0-6 year olds and their fam­i­lies. 1262 Waotu Road. Con­tact Re­becca Sned­don 8836822. Toko­roa District Li­ons Club An all ladies club. Meets 2nd and 4th Mon­day each month. All fundrais­ing goes back into our com­mu­nity so head along . Con­tact Mau­reen 8868217 Liz 8868043. Forest­land Patch­work and Quil­ters Group Meet­ings held weekly on Mon­day, Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day at 10am. TCOSS Build­ing Gate One, Marae­tai Rd, Toko­roa.con­tact Angie 0276091010 South Waikato Em­broi­der­ers Guild Sec­ond and fourth Tues­day of every month from 10am till 3pm. St Fran­cis Angli­can Church lounge, Chris Ja­cobs 886 8548. Toko­roa Play­cen­tre Every Wed­nes­day and Fri­day of the school term. 9:45-12:30pm. Free early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion for all 0-6yr olds and their par­ents. Bal­moral drive op­po­site 4 square. Con­tact Rose 02108293934 Pu­taruru Choir St Ai­dan’s Church, Overdale St, every Thurs­day from 7pm till 8.30pm. $2 per per­son. Con­tact Email ni­cola.bren­nan@fair­fax­me­dia.co.nz by 5pm on the Fri­day be­fore pub­li­ca­tion.

putaru­ru­choir@gmail.com or Mary 07 882 1249. Ti­rau Ru­ral Women Meet monthly on first Wed­nes­day or every month at 1pm. For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Eileen Barker 0274163165 or 8831839. New mem­bers most wel­come. JP ser­vices Do you need the ser­vices of a JP? Head along to the Toko­roa li­brary on Wed­nes­day’s from 2pm to 4pm. Scot­tish Coun­try Danc­ing Club Nights, every Thurs­day at Am­is­field School Hall, Mof­fat Rd, 6.30 to 10pm. Ages 6 plus wel­come. So­cial danc­ing. No charge for first 2 nights – see if its for you! Some shoes avail­able for hire. www.toko­roascd.co.nz Pu­taruru Paint­ing Group This so­cial paint­ing group meets every Wed­nes­day from 10am to 3pm at the Tim­ber Mu­seum. Pro­vide your own paint­ing kit plus a gold coin do­na­tion. Just turn up or con­tact Frances on 883-1543.

Go check out the kids at Pu­taruru Col­lege as they per­form Ali Baba. Many of the nights are sold out, so get in quick as it’s on this week­end. Con­tact the col­lege for more de­tails.

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