THURS­DAY, JUNE 30

The Invercargill Eye - - WHAT’S ON -

Box­Fit: 8-8:45pm, Dono­van Pri­mary school. This is a HIIT class that is a com­bi­na­tion of fit­ness box­ing moves and car­dio work to pro­vide the ul­ti­mate all round full body work­out. Ad­vance book­ing es­sen­tial call 03218 7461.

Med­i­ta­tion and Bud­dhism: 7.30pm South­land Com­mu­nity House, In­ver­cargill. Each class con­sists of a guided med­i­ta­tion and a talk based on Bud­dhist wis­dom. Ad­mis­sion in $10.

Bluff Play­group for the Un­der 5s: 9am-10.30am, Bluff Kin­der­garten. Drop in to the kin­der­garten to en­rol and talk to the teach­ers.

Se­nior Cit­i­zens Housie: 1.45pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Cen­tre, Bluff. Con­tact: Cather­ine Culling, 212 8138

Se­nior Cit­i­zens Meal: 12pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Cen­tre, Bluff. Con­tact: Cather­ine Culling, 212 8138

St Johns Am­bu­lance train­ing: 6.30pm-8.00pm, Bluff. Be­come a St Johns Am­bu­lance vol­un­teer - new vol­un­teers are al­ways wel­come. Con­tact: Wyma on 212 7200 Di­a­betes Ed­u­ca­tion: 9am, Well­south, In­ver­cargill. Get the in­for­ma­tion you need.

NZ Ad­vanced Driver Train­ing Course: 9am, Tere­tonga Park, In­ver­cargill. A na­tion­wide train­ing course. Stan­dard course fee is $460. 400kw Holden V8 Race Drive Ex­pe­ri­ence: 9am, Tere­tonga Park, In­ver­cargill. Have you ever wanted to ex­pe­ri­ence driv­ing a fully race mod­i­fied 400kw 6000cc V8 Holden race car?

Crafter­noon: 1pm, In­ver­cargill City Li­brary. Bring your crafts and your smile.

Adult Games: 1pm-3pm, In­ver­cargill City Li­brary. Dust off your play­ing cards and board game skills. Star­dome: 9am-2pm, In­ver­cargill City Li­brary. Dig­i­tal Plan­e­tar­ium - see the stars. In­ver­cargill. Have you ever wanted to ex­pe­ri­ence driv­ing a fully race mod­i­fied 400kw 6000cc V8 Holden race car?

Weekly Med­i­ta­tion and Chan­nelled Mes­sage: 7pm, 197 Ward St. Spend a lit­tle time of your time help­ing our planet and each other.

Mav­er­icks Ribs and Ronas: 4pm9pm, Mav­er­icks Sa­loon, In­ver­cargill. Good food and mu­sic. with lo­cal pro­duce in­clud­ing free range eggs, baked goods, gourmet nuts, fresh and frozen seafood, or­ganic cheese, jams, chut­neys and jel­lies, pot­ted and cut herbs, or­chard fresh fruit and fresh veg­eta­bles, honey and ready-to-eat hot food. Misty River Mu­sic Club Black­board Day: 1.30pm-5pm, Blues Rugby Clu­b­rooms, In­ver­cargill. $5 a ticket, plate for tea.

Tra­di­tional Ir­ish Mu­sic Ses­sion: 5pm-7pm, Waxy O’Shea’s Ir­ish Pub, In­ver­cargill. Come along and play a jig. Seat to­day ready to an­swer your ques­tions and help you out. A JP can wit­ness your sig­na­ture on a doc­u­ment, cer­tify copies of doc­u­ments and com­plete an af­fi­davit or dec­la­ra­tion for you. En­try is free.

Po­etry Evening: 5.30pm, In­ver­cargill City Li­brary. Come and share.

Se­nior Cit­i­zens Card day: 1pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Cen­tre. Con­tact Cather­ine Culling 2128138

Koia Kia Tu: Te Rau Aroha Marae, Bluff. Maori adap­ta­tion of tai chi. Al­pha Omega Weight Loss Group: 6pm, Church Hall, Palmer St, Bluff. Come and get the sup­port you need. Con­tact: Fran, 212 8626 Mo­tupo­hue St John Youth Di­vi­sion: 6.30pm to 8.00pm, St John Hall, Lee St, Bluff. For boys and girls aged 8 to 18years old, spa­ces still avail­able. Con­tact: Wyma Glassey, 212 7200.

In­ver­cargill Messy Play: 9.30am11am, 132 Kelvin St, In­ver­cargill. All ages wel­come con­tact 027 224 8296 or 03 2142544 for more in­for­ma­tion. 4pm, South Alive Hub, south In­ver­cargill, en­trance of the South City mall. Con­tact Trudy 218 6882 or just come along.

In­ver­cargill World Ba­bies Play­group: 10.30am-12pm ev­ery fort­night, 132 Kelvin st, in­ver­cargill. call 027 224 8296 or 03 214 2544. Aparima Play­group South­ern REAP: 9.30am-noon, Aparima Hall, 408 hun­dred Line rd con­tact Jac­qui In­gram on 032258133.

Bar­ber­shop Cho­rus re­hearsal: 7.30pm, Rich­mond Grove Church cnr Yarrow and Mar­garet st. New mem­bers wanted.

Cool to Korero Talk­ing Out load about prob­lems with Mike King: 6.30pm, South­land Boy’s high School. Mike King is bring­ing his Cool to Korero talks to town.

In­ver­cargill’s Ave­nal Park Fu­neral Home is hold­ing an open home on Satur­day, July 2. New own­ers Nigel (pic­tured) and Chris­tine Ed­wards, along with Ave­nal Park staff, are throw­ing open the doors to the pub­lic to help de­mys­tify the fu­neral process.

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