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TEN­NIS So­cial Dou­bles: Manawatu Lawn Ten­nis Club, Fitzher­bert Ave next to PNGHS, 9am-11am fol­lowed by morn­ing tea. Mem­bers free, ca­sual $5. Con­tact Jenny 354 6271. DOODLEBUGS Play­group: Preschool chil­dren and their par­ents/ care­givers, 9.30am-noon, yel­low gate, St David’s Church, op­po­site Me­mo­rial Park, Main St. In­side and out­side free play plus mu­sic. MOE ap­proved. Koha/do­na­tion wel­comed. Con­tact 358 3246. HOUSIE TUES­DAYS: 40 games, su­per house, keno, 10am, Ter­race End Bowl­ing Club, Sum­mer­hays St. All welcome, plenty of park­ing. Con­tact Jac­quie RSAWel­fare Trust, 356 7673. MAINLY MU­SIC: Par­ents and preschool­ers mu­sic and danc­ing and morn­ing tea with lo­cally roasted fair­trade cof­fee. Cor­ner Feather­ston and Kingswood St, 10am. $4 per fam­ily – First ses­sion free. Con­tac­tMar­garet Barsanti 027 406 6315 or Tim Dux­field 021 205 2328. PLUN­KET PUZ­ZLE Li­brary: 27 Franklin Ave, 10am-10.45am. Con­tact He­len 351 6509. PLUN­KET HOKOWHITU Cof­fee Group: 27 Franklin Av­enue, PN. 10am-11am. Con­tact He­len 351 6509. MEET­ING POINT: Crafts, cards, sewing, bud­get cook­ing, St David’s Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, cnr Main and Rain­forth streets (opp Me­mo­rial Park) 10am-noon. All welcome. Preschool play­group avail­able. Gold coin koha. Con­tact church of­fice, morn­ings, 358 3246. BE­YOND THE BUMP: Post Natal Pi­lates for new­mums, 10.45am11.45am, Manawatu Dance Academy (Level 1, 310 Ran­gi­tikei St). Ba­bies welcome (6 weeks to pre-crawl­ing); no pre­vi­ous Pi­lates ex­pe­ri­ence re­quired. Con­tact Paula – move@flu­id­form­fit­ness.co.nz or phone 356 3462 to register. IN­DOOR BOWLS: North­ern Bowl­ing Club, North St, 1.15pm, 3 games and a cuppa. Con­tact Be­van 354 7466. TUES­DAY CON­CERT: 1.30pm Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, 309 Main St (op­po­site Globe Theatre), en­try $2. Come early for raf­fles. All ages welcome. Con­tact Elsie 358 0994 (evenings). ARTHRI­TIS SUP­PORT: Water­Based ex­er­cise, Star Cen­tre Pool, 4.30 and 5pm, $2 a ses­sion. Con­tact Anne 356 2476 to register. SKAT­ING: MSSC Learn to Skate weekly classes with NZ rep­re­sen­ta­tive skaters and coaches. Skates avail­able or BYO, 4.45pm5.30pm, Bell Hall, Arena 5, Walde­grave St. Con­tact Kylie Shirley 358 2301. TWI­LIGHT BOWLS: Non bowlers come and have a go, 5.30pm, Takaro Bowl­ing Club. Con­tact Ivy 358 2552 or Brian 355 2919. DI­A­BETES: Got di­a­betes? Get ed­u­cated free. In­for­ma­tive and in­ter­ac­tive en­vi­ron­ment. PN Healthy Liv­ing Di­a­betes­Man­age­ment course, 5.30pm-7.30pm. Con­tact, MHT Di­a­betes Trust 357 5992 or email ad­min@di­a­betestrust.org.nz to register. TPP & FRACK­ING AC­TION: it­sour­future.org.nz is a com­pre­hen­sive re­source for those en­gaged in op­po­si­tion to the Tran­sPa­cific Part­ner­ship (TPP). TPP & Frack­ing Ac­tion, 6pm, 20 Lyn­d­hurst St, to plan fur­ther com­mu­nity ac­tiv­i­ties. All welcome. NON-SEC­TAR­IAN Group Med­i­ta­tion: 6pm-7pm, Theo­soph­i­cal So­ci­ety 304 Church St. Do­na­tion please. Con­tact Anthea 353 6221, or email pn@theos­o­phy.org.nz CAN YOU SING?: Can you har­monise? Con­fi­dent singers wanted for all-women’s cho­rus. Fun, mu­sic and friend­ship with the Manawatu Over­tones, Mil­son Com­bined Church Hall, 7pm. Con­tact Jenni 356 8585 (A/H) or Linda 358 5883. TALK of the Town Toast­mas­ters Club: fort­nightly, Square Edge, 7pm9pm. Con­tact Graeme 0800 2 SPEAK. IN­DOOR BOWLS: Takaro Sports Club, Feather­ston St, 7.15pm. Con­tact Marj 027 772 5864. IN­DOOR BOWLS: Rus­sell Street School Hall, 7.30pm. $1 mat fee. Be­gin­ners and fam­i­lies welcome. Con­tact Les 357 6281 or Melva 356 8219. WHAKARONGO IN­DOOR Bowl­ing Club: Com­mu­nity Hall, 7.30pm. Coach­ing avail­able. Con­tact Roger 353 3850 or Shirley 356 2930. UNITY SINGERS CHOIR: 7.30pm, St Marys Church Hall, Ruahine St. Con­tact He­len 358 7069 or Sue 354 3295. BAD­MINTON: B&M Cen­tre, Pas­cal St, 7.30pm-9.30pm. First night free. Ca­sual $10 per night. Yearly subs $120. Con­tact Steve, Palmer­ston North Bad­minton Club, 021 027 53825 or pnbc.org.nz

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