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THURS­DAY NOVEM­BER 1

Boomerang Sewing and Cut­ting event: 5.30pm - 7.30pm at Te Puke High School sewing room, no ex­pe­ri­ence needed, just turn up and help. Cancer So­ci­ety Sup­port Group: Open to any­one liv­ing with cancer, and those car­ing for some­one with cancer. Meet 10am-11.30am Te Puke Li­brary board­room. Ph 07 571 2035.

SATUR­DAY NOVEM­BER 3

Rangiuru School Coun­try Fair: 10am-2pm at the school on Rangiuru Rd. Parkin­son’s BOP Gar­den Party Fund raiser: 10am2pm 740 Belk Rd. en­try $5 chil­dren un­der 5 free. Mu­sic, raf­fles, pony rides, sausage siz­zle, sales ta­ble, light re­fresh­ments for sale and much more. Email joe­lene.m@xtra.co.nz Ph 573 5668. Te Puke In­ter­na­tional Fes­ti­val: Ju­bilee Park, 3pm7pm.

SATUR­DAY NOVEM­BER 17

Te Puke Com­mu­nity Mar­ket: Ju­bilee Park, Com­merce Lane, Te Puke. Arts, craft, bric-abrac, food, pro­duce ev­ery­thing. For more in­for­ma­tion phone Monique 027 3569 545, Face­book: Te Puke Com­mu­nity Mar­ket, tp­com­mu­ni­ty­mar­ket@gmail.com

SUN­DAY NOVEM­BER 18

Maketu Mar­kets: Maketu Vil­lage Green from 8am. Ph 021 447 420 or Fen­nis 027 428 2862 Ro­tary Maketu com­mu­nity project.

TUES­DAY NOVEM­BER 20

Te Puke Reper­tory: Presents David McPhail and Jon Gads­bys bawdy melo­drama Try this for size or Mous­taches Muffs & Min­strels. Check the reper­tory’s web­site for Gala Open­ing and Char­ity Night tick­ets (Novem­ber 20 and 21). Tick­ets for Novem­ber 23 - De­cem­ber 1 on Eventspronto.

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This col­umn pro­vides read­ers with in­for­ma­tion on one-off and spe­cial events in Te Puke and the sur­round­ing ar­eas. Please email de­tails to donna.good­win@tepuke­times.co.nz by 1pm on the Fri­day prior to pub­li­ca­tion. In­for­ma­tion on reg­u­lar events, list­ings and de­tails of clubs, or­gan­i­sa­tions and so­ci­eties are pub­lished to­wards the back of the pa­per when space per­mits. En­tries are pub­lished at the edi­tor’s dis­cre­tion.

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