THURS­DAY 14

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THE BUZZ HOL­I­DAY PRO­GRAMME: Lots of fun, games, crafts, chal­lenges for years 1 – 9, un­til Fri­day, Jan­uary 15, St Al­bans Pres­by­te­rian Church, 339 Al­bert St, 8.30am – 5.30pm. Food pro­vided. En­quiries the­buzz.org.nz, the­buzz@stal­bans.org.nz or 326 7305. TEN­NIS: So­cial dou­bles 9 – 11am, Manawatu Lawn Ten­nis Club, Fitzher­bert Ave next to PNGHS. Mem­bers free, ca­sual $5. En­quiries Jenny 354 6271. RED CROSS BOOK SHOP: REaD Books 245 Main St. Open Thurs­day, Satur­day, Tues­day, Wed­nes­day from 10am. Books, puz­zles and games, mu­sic. Jig­saws $1 each while stocks last. In sup­port of Red Cross hu­man­i­tar­ian pro­grammes. En­quiries 356 8152. LEGO NXT RO­BOT De­sign and Build Se­ries: City Li­brary, 10 – 11.55am, ages 10-15. En­quiries 351 4101 or cityli­brary. pncc.govt.nz WOODEN TOYS OF YES­TER­YEAR & 3D Jig­sawPuz­zles: Coach House, 121 South St, Feild­ing, open 10am – 4pm. In­fants free, chil­dren $6, teens $10, adults $12. En­quiries 323 6401 or man­ager@coach­house­mu­seum.org EZEE MEALS: Nu­tri­tional frozen din­ners/roast­meals, StMatthew’s Angli­can Church 109 Col­lege St, open 11am – 12noon and Tues­days 4 – 5pm. Large meals $8, medium $5, desserts $3.50. Phone or­ders Fri­day or Wed­nes­day for home de­liv­ery dur­ing shop hours 355 2254 (fee $2.50). ES­PLANADE SCENIC RAIL­WAY: Train op­er­ates seven days a week, weather per­mit­ting, 11am – 5pm, un­til Jan­uary 31. $2.50 per per­son, Vic­to­ria Es­planade. MANAWATU PE­TANQUE Club: 1pm for 1.30pm start, and Sun­days at 1pm for 1.30pm start, 74 North St. Tu­ition given. En­quiries David 354 2632 or Keith 354 4880. FREE CON­CERT: Singer-song­writer Shiloh Brom­ley ac­com­pa­nied by a 4-piece band, cel­e­brat­ing her de­but re­lease Alive, with mu­sic from emerg­ing per­form­ers Hope and Caleb Brom­ley, Bethany’s, The Square, 6:30pm. MAR­TON COUN­TRY MU­SIC FES­TI­VAL: Mar­quee meet & greet, free open mic sing-along, Sir James Wil­son Me­mo­rial Park, Rira St, Mar­ton, 7pm. En­quiries

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