TENNIS: Social Doubles 9 – 11am, Manawatu Lawn Tennis Club, Fitzherbert Ave next to PNGHS. Members free, casual $5. Enquiries Jenny 354 6271.
PARK ROAD PLAYCENTRE: Huia St Extension (PNGHS) Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday 0-6yrs, Wednesday 3.5-6yrs, 9am – 12noon. Winz subsidies available. 3 free sessions. Enquiries 357 0791, email@example.com – Information Officer.
HEARING HELP: Independent support for the hearing impaired. Ear wax removal by micro-suction, Hearing Association Manawatu, 435 Church St, 9am – 3pm. Enquiries Helen 357 8708.
PLUNKET: Roslyn Coffee Group, Roslyn Plunket Rooms, 177 Vogel St, 9.30 – 11.30am. Ashhurst Coffee Group, 63 Cambridge St, Ashhurst, 9.30 – 11.30am. Clothing Swap Shop, 10am – 12noon, Family Centre, 42 Albert St, also Friday and Tuesday. Enquiries Helen 351 6509.
LITTLE GROOVERS: Music and movement for pre-school children and their parents/caregivers, 9.30am – 12noon, yellow gate, St David’s, opposite Memorial Park, Main St. MOE approved. Koha/donations. Enquiries Pam 358 1964.
MANAWATU TOY LIBRARY: Borrow new toys. Open Thursday, Saturday & Monday 9.30am – 12.30pm, 51 Amberley Ave. New members welcome. Info-line: 027 364 6911, manawatutoylibrary.nz
MAINL YMUSIC: Christian Community Church, 54 Pascal St, 10am. Musical fun for pre-schoolers followed by morning tea & play. $3 per family, first visit free. Enquiries 357 8925.
RED CROSS BOOK SHOP: REaD Books 245 Main St. Open Thursday, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 10am. Books, puzzles and games, music, jigsaws. In support of Red Cross humanitarian programmes. Enquiries 356 8152.
JUSTICE of the PEACE CLINIC: Hokowhitu Village Community Centre, Albert St, 10.30am – 12.30pm.
EZEE MEALS: Nutritional frozen dinners/ roastmeals, St Matthew’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).
GAMES AFTERNOON: Board games, 500, 1.30pm, St Mark’s Hall, 117 College Street, Awapuni. Free. Afternoon tea supplied. Enquiries Reita 357 5869.
PRIME TIMERS: Entertainment, talks and afternoon tea – a friendly group for senior citizens, 1.30 – 3pm, Crossroads Church, cnr Church and Cook St. Gold coin koha. Afternoon tea included. Enquiries Crossroads 357 6677.
FRIENDSHIP CENTRE for Seniors: Cards, scrabble, chat-room. Afternoon tea provided, transport available, Milson Combined Church, Milson Line, 1.30 – 3.30pm $2 donation. Enquiries Judy or Theresa 355 1204.
ARTHRITIS SUPPORT Exercise Group: Gentle exercise based on Middle Eastern dancing, squeezee ball exercises, tai chi and qi gong. Experienced instructors. $3, includes afternoon tea, Community Leisure Centre, Ferguson St, 2pm. Enquiries Anne 356 2476.
OVER 50’S DANCE: For fun, fitness and friendship – folk, tap, jazz and musical comedy. Thursdays and Mondays 2 – 3pm. Enquiries Joyce 358 7463 or Val 021 059 2157. LGBT?: Icebreakers open 7 – 9pm, room 203/2nd floor, Square Edge, Church St.
UKES ON THE TERRACE: St Peter’s Community Hall, Ruahine St. Beginners 3.40 – 4pm, non-beginners 4 – 4.45pm. All welcome, ukuleles available, gold coin koha. Enquiries Beverley 021 210 8074.
MANAWATU PETANQUE Club: 4.15pm for 4.30pm start, and Sundays at 1.15pm for 1.30pm start, 74 North St. Tuition given. Enquiries David 354 2632 or Keith 354 4880.
MILSON GIRLS’ BRIGADE: Summer programme, 4.30 – 6pm. Enquiries Joanne 355 3124, girlsbrigade.nz.
TWILIGHT CROQUET: Takaro Sports Club cnr Featherston St and Botanical Rd. Members free, visitors $2. Equipment provided, flat shoes please. Enquiries Allan 356 8850 or Carole 356 8673.
TWILIGHT BOWLS: Hokowhitu Bowling Club, 5.30pm. $5 entry fee includes BBQ tea. All welcome. Enquiries 357 9712.
NINJUTSU CLASSES: Practical self protection suitable all ages, Thursdays and Tuesdays, Central Normal School. Kids 6 – 7pm, adults 7 – 9pm. Enquiries 354 0813 for a free lesson.
UNIVERSAL SHOTOKAN KARATE: Suitable for all ages and physical abilities. Thursdays and Mondays, PNINS gymnasium. Kids 6 – 7pm Adults 7 – 8pm. First few lessons free. Enquiries Morgan on 027 511 8622.
TRAVELLING TO ITALY?: Beginners Italian classes. Learn to ask directions and make yourself understood QEC, 6.30 – 8.30pm. Enquiries Bev 027 278 3120 or QEC. SUMMER SHAKESPEARE: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Esplanade Rose Gardens, 7pm. Free.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: St Mark’s Presbyterian Church Hall, 117 College St, PN, 8pm. Enquiries 022 038 0220 or 0800 AAWORKS.
TWINKLE TOES: Music and movement for pre-schoolers, parents and caregivers, Milson Combined Church Hall, cnr Milson Line and Purdie Pl, 9.30am.$3 casual per family. Enquiries Anne 355 3128.
FRIENDSHIP CENTRE for Seniors: Cards, scrabble, chat-room. Afternoon tea provided, transport available, All Saints Community Centre, Church St, 9.30 – 11.30pm $2 donation. Enquiries Judy or Theresa 355 1204.
PLUNKET: Family Centre Playgroup (MoE Certified), 9.30 — 11.30am. Car Seat Education & Advocacy, 10 – 11.30am Family Centre, 42 Albert St. Enquiries Helen 351 6509. RSA TRUST Welfare Officers and JPs: Advice on War Pensions, Surviving Spouse Benefits, Funeral Grants and other services, Senior Citizens Hall, Main St, Fridays and Tuesdays from 9.45am – 11.45am.
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER: Receive Children. Receive Me – an ecumenical service prepared by the women of Cuba and held worldwide, St John’s Anglican Church. Camden St, Feilding. Morning tea 10am, service 10:30 – 11:30am. All welcome.
PN LUNCH CLUB: Stephen Parsons, House of Travel on World War 2 street names, Cloverlea Tavern, 301 Tremaine Ave, 11.45pm. Visitors welcome. Enquiries Don 357 4872.
PN RSA: Office open 1 – 4pm, Distinction Hotel, Campbell St entrance, Friday and Monday. Enquiries 354 8271 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SIT AND BE FIT: Gentle exercise programme, Church of Christ, Botanical Rd, 1.30pm. Free. Enquiries Janet 357 2659.
VILLAGE NIGHT MARKET: Handmade, home cooked and heartfelt crafts, City Library, George St, 5 – 9pm.
FESTIVAL OF CULTURES: Lantern Parade, The Square 6.30 – 9pm. Music from Latinaotearoa. Free. Enquiries Destination Manawatu.
ROLLER DISCO: Skating Rink, Arena 5, Bell Hall, Waldegrave St, 6.30 – 8pm. Hire skates from $5. No eftpos. Shop open for snacks and drinks. All ages and abilities welcome. Enquiries Vikki Gibbs 358 9387.
500 ON FRIDAYS: 6.45pm, PN Bridge Club, cnr Cuba and Cook St.
$5 includes light refreshments. All welcome. Enquiries Joanne Burmeister 357 4910.
SUMMER SHAKESPEARE: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Esplanade Rose Gardens, 7pm. Free. RENDEZVOUS Country Music Club: 7 – 10pm, Rangiora Ave Community Hall. Members $2, non members $3. Enquiries 357 8950.
WHITEBOARD CONCERT: Bring along your best tunes, PN Folk Music Club, 8pm, Theosophical Hall, 304 Church St. All welcome. $5 nonmembers, school age and under free. Enquiries 355 9076 or pnfolkclub.weebly.com/
YOUNG FARMER OF THE YEAR Regional Finals: Manfield, 8am; evening show, Feilding Civic Centre, 6pm, Enquiries youngfarmercontest.co.nz.
TE APITI SHUTTLE: Passengers and bikes, Saturday & Sunday from 9am. Timetable available at enm.org.nz website and from iSite.
WATER-BASED EXERCISE: PN Arthritis Support group sessions at the Hospital Star Centre heated pool, 9.30 & 10.05am; Tuesday 4.30 & 5.05pm, $3 a session. Enquiries Anne 356 2476 to register.
LOCOMOTION 16: Miniature railway operating, miniature steam and diesel locomotives, miniature traction engines and engineering models on display, Marriner Reserve Railway, Marriner St, 10am – 4pm, Saturday & Sunday.
FESTIVAL OF CULTURES: World Food, Craft and Music Fair, The Square, 10am – 4pm. Over 60 cultural stalls, 30 craft stalls and 20 performers including Latinaotearoa and Clan Celtica. Enquiries Destination Manawatu.
OTAKI KITE FESTIVAL: Includes the Rokkaku Kite Fighting Challenge, and Mikio Toki, international kite master from Japan, Marine Pde, Otaki Beach, Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm. Enquiries Barbara Franks 027 485 8888.
BEGINNING PILATES: Strength, flexibility, breathing and body awareness, 8-week course, 11.15am – 12.15pm. Registration essential. Enquiries Paula email@example.com, .hanastudio.co.nz, 356 3462.
CROQUET: Rose Gardens Association Croquet and Golf Croquet Club Day, The Esplanade, 12.45pm. Visitors and beginners welcome, car park pavilion every Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday in season.
ESPLANADE SCENIC RAILWAY: Train operates weather permitting, 1 – 4pm, Saturday & Sunday. $2.50 per person, Victoria Esplanade. SOCIAL TENNIS: Adult players of all ages. Awapuni Park, Newbury St, 1.30pm. Enquiries Bill, 355 2290.
MEDICS MAKE MUSIC 2: Variety concert for the Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter, Regent on Broadway, 2pm & 7pm. Tickets $35, under 15, $20. Book at TicketDirect Broadway 0800 484 253 or ticketdirect.co.nz.
MINECRAFT CLUB for Kids: Ages 8 – 12, 4 – 5.30pm, BYO Minecraft loaded laptop & $5, Cafe Royale, Square Edge. Enquiries 354 7479.
SUMMER SHAKESPEARE: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Esplanade Rose Gardens, 7pm. Free.
VISION ON VEDANTA: Hindu philosophy and its teachings with Sreejith Sreekumar, $5 (members -$2), Theosophical Society, 304 Church St, 7.30 pm. Enquiries Helen 357 2499, Anthea 353 6221, firstname.lastname@example.org
RANGITIKEI STREET SUNDAY Market: Fresh fruit & veges, eggs, clothing, bric a brac, food, coffee, plants & flowers, jams, from 7am. Sheltered sites available $10. Enquiries Belinda 021 263 3586.
CLOVERLEA & PALMY FARMERS Market: 7am – 1pm, Cloverlea Tavern carpark, 301 Tremaine Ave. Fresh fruit and vegetables, plants, rewena, doughnuts, fried bread, hot food, clothing, collectibles, electronics and more. Enquiries Erana 027 441 2028 or 356 9345.
SANSON SUNDAY Market: 7.30am – 2pm, Main Rd, Sanson. Fresh fruit & veges, plants, garden items, food, collectibles, clothing, books, tools, crafts etc. Enquiries Mike 027 450 5646.
RADIO CONTROLLED MODEL PLANES: Spur Road, Colyton, follow signs from Taonui Road, from 9am. All Welcome. Enquiries email@example.com
SENIORS TENNIS: For players over 35yrs. All grades welcome. Manawatu Vets Tennis at Awapuni Park, Newbury St, 9.30am. Enquiries Roger 027 555 6447.
SMALL MIRACLES Playgroup: Pre-school children and their parents/caregivers, 9.30-11.30am, yellow gate, St David’s Church opposite Memorial Park on Main St, [TERM TIME]. MOE approved. Koha/ donation. Activities available for older children. Enquiries Pam 358 1964.
FESTIVAL OF CULTURES: Inaugural New Zealand Food Truck Faceoff. 14 Kiwi food trucks vie for the ultimate foodtruck award, The Square 10am – 2pm. Enquiries Destination Manawatu.
WOODFEST: Annual celebration of all things Woodville – market stalls, free kids entertainment, bands, wood chopping, wood sculpting, petting zoo, Fountaine Square, 10am – 8pm. Enquiries Tararua iSite 06 376 0217, Robin Winter 376 5901.
FEILDING SPIRITUAL & Awareness Centre: 10.30am, Feilding & District Caledonian Society Hall, 55 Weld St, Feilding. All welcome.
YOUNG WIDOW and Widowers Club: Support and social group for people of all ages who have experienced a loss. Lunchtime meeting. Enquiries Pat 354 3654 or Lorraine 354 6420.
MANAWATU MICROLIGHT Club: Flying lessons, Taonui Airfield, Feilding. Enquiries 323 9861 (Sundays).
SUMMER SHAKESPEARE: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Esplanade Rose Gardens, 2.30pm. Free.
CLAIRVOYANCE & HEALING: Manawatu Spiritual & Healing Centre, Milson Community Centre, Milson shopping centre, All welcome, 7pm.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: Foxton Beach Community Centre, 7.30pm. Enquiries 363 6126 or 0800 AAWorks.
PUSH PLAY AEROBICS: Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 – 10am, Barber Hall, Arena 5, Waldegrave St. $3. Enquiries Sport Manawatu 357 5349, firstname.lastname@example.org
MAINLY MUSIC for Preschoolers: Feilding Baptist Church, Bowen St, 9.30am – 10.30am [school terms]. Enquiries Sandy 328 8558.
FRIENDSHIP CENTRE Entertainment Mondays: All Saints Community Centre, 2 – 3.15pm. All seniors welcome, afternoon tea provided and transport available, $2 donation. Enquiries Judy or Theresa 355 1204.
HIP HOP DANCE CLASSES: Professional teacher with free community dance classes. 8 – 10yrs, 3.30 – 4.15pm; 11 – 13yrs, 4.15 – 5pm, Legacy, cnr Highbury & Brentwood Ave. Places limited to 25 per class. Enquiries John Faiz 3571276.
JUST HOPE: Free community meal from 5pm, Legacy, cnr Highbury & Brentwood Ave. Enquiries John Faiz 3571276.
I TRIED THE TRI Series: Triathlon for kids aged 2 – 12, 5.20 – 7pm, Freyberg Pool and Skoglund Park. Entry $5. Also March 14. Enquiries 951 6823, email@example.com, .triclub.co.nz
BADMINTON: Junior Club, first night free, PNBHS New Gym, Wellesbourne St, 6 – 7:30pm. Casual players $5 per night. Yearly subs $70. Enquiries Steve, PN Badminton Club 021 027 53825 or pnbc.org.nz
AIKIDO ACADEMY: Friendly, suitable for ages 12+. Monday & Tuesday, 6.30 – 8pm, Milson Scout Hall, JFK Drive. Enquiries Pete 353 8227, aikido-academy.co.nz
TAIJI & QIGONG: Improve health, breathing, balance, reduce stress/ pain. Beginners & Seniors – Awapuni Community Centre, Mondays 6.45pm; Ferguson St Leisure Centre Wednesdays 10.15am. First lesson free
SURVIVING LOSS: Explore grief in a safe and confidential environment, 5 Monday nights, facilitated by Paul Ranby, St. Davids Presbyterian Church. Limited numbers. Enquiries and enrolments 358 3246.
PN CHORAL SOCIETY: New singers welcome for this 4-part unauditioned community choir, St Peter’s Community Hall, Ruahine St. Enquiries Karen Hall, 021 707-440
ESTRELLITA LATIN DANCE: Salsa, merengue, bachata, cha-cha-cha, Argentine tango and kizomba.All abilities and ages, 7.30 – 9pm, Square Edge Dance Studio, Jersey Lane, $5. Enquiries Linda 323 0408 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING: New dancers welcome, tuition given, wear comfy clothes and soft shoes, Scottish Society Hall, Berryman’s Lane, Princess St. 7.30 – 9pm. Enquiries Helen 355 2665.
TENNIS Social Doubles: Manawatu Lawn Tennis Club, Fitzherbert Ave next to PNGHS, 9 – 11am followed by morning tea. Members free, casual $5. Enquiries Jenny 354 6271.
TAI CHI: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9.15 – 10.15am, Chinese Association Hall, 98 Napier Rd. Beginners and experienced welcome. Enquiries PN Tai Chi Club, 357 1377.
DOODLEBUGS Playgroup: Preschool children and their parents/ caregivers, 9.30am – 12noon yellow gate, St David’s Church, opposite Memorial Park, Main St. Inside and outside free play, morning tea. MOE approved. Koha/donation welcomed. Enquiries Pam 358 1964.
GETTING TO GRIPS with Grant Applications: Introductory workshop for community & sports groups, ECE providers & schools by Helen King, 9.45am -12.15pm, Hancock Community House, King St. $20. Enrolments email@example.com, call or text 027 918 4855.
HOUSIE TUESDAYS: 40 games, super house, keno, 10am, Terrace End Bowling Club, Summerhays St. All welcome, plenty of parking. Enquiries Jacquie RSA Welfare 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. Gold coin koha . Enquiries Margaret Barsanti 027 406 6315.
OSTOMY SOCIETY: Monthly meeting at Sosky’s Cafe, cnr Napier Rd and Limbrick St, 10am. Enquiries Len 021 101 6346/357 5799.
PLUNKET: Hokowhitu Coffee Group, 10 – 11am. 27 Franklin Ave. Enquiries Helen 351 6509.
MEETING POINT: Crafts, knitting, sewing, crocheting, painting, budget cooking, tai chi, cards, morning tea, St David’s Community Centre, cnr Main and Rainforth Sts (opp Memorial Park), 10am – 12noon. All welcome. Creche available. Gold coin koha. Enquiries church office, 358 3246.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: Parade leaves TeManawa courtyard, 12noon. Entertainment & picnic and massed dance, The Square, 12:30pm. Bring a plate of food to share. Community celebration with dance, song and speakers.
BREASTFEEDING SUPPORT: Free Head Start Parenting Sessions – baby basics, car seat safety, babywearing & dental hygiene for you & your baby. Afternoon tea provided. Community Birth Services, Westside Chambers, 151 The Square. Enquiries 354 6455.
TUESDAY CONCERT: Come early for raffles. All ages welcome, 1.30pm, Senior Citizens Hall, 309 Main St (opposite Globe Theatre), entry $2. Enquiries Elsie 358 0994 (evenings).
CENTRAL CONNECTIONS: A singing group for people with neurological disabilities, 1.30 – 3pm, Central Baptist Church, CThurch St. Enquiries Janine Dann, 06 324 7172 / 021 050 3593
MAHJONG: Tuition for beginners, PN Mahjong Club. All welcome, Quaker Hall, 227 College St, 1.30 – 4.30pm. Enquiries Faith 357 4775 or Aileen 357 7421.
SKATING: MSSC Learn to Skate weekly classes with NZ representative skaters and coaches. Skates available or BYO, 4.45 – 5.30pm, Bell Hall, Arena 5, Waldegrave St. Enquiries Kylie Shirley 358 2301.
TWILIGHT BOWLS: Non bowlers come and have a go, 5.30pm, Takaro Bowling Club. Enquiries Ivy 358 2552 or Brian 355 2919.
GREAT FATHERING: Parenting group for dads, by men for men. #1/8 sessions, 6.30-9pm. Register@ Parentline 355 1655.
A HISTORY OF NZ WOMEN: Professor Barbara Brookes on her new book. Copies for sale, 7pm, City Library.
MODEL RAILWAY Club: Papaioea Pl clubrooms, 7pm. British OO gauge exhibition layout to run stock on. New members welcome. Enquiries 354 1208 or 022 068 1821.
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. Enquiries Jenni 356 8585 (A/H) or Linda 358 5883.
WESTEND INDOOR BOWLING CLUB: New season commences, Westend School Hall, 7.15pm for 7.30pm start. New members welcome. Tuition given. Enquiries Karen 353 0665.
RUSSELL STREET INDOOR BOWLS: All abilities and ages welcome, Russell Street School, 7.15pm. Enquiries Raymonda, 357 4312 or Les 357 6281.
FOREST & BIRD: Manawatu branch night with Marnie Prickett, Choose Clean Water Tour spokesperson, recounting the recent N.Z Clean Water tour. All welcome. See naturesvoicemanawatu.org.nz 7.30pm, City Library, George St..
EVENING FLORA: A friendly, informal floral art club, 7.30pm Awapuni Community Centre. New members and visitors welcome. Enquiries Liz 356 7654, Colleen 357 2185.
UNITY SINGERS CHOIR: 7.30pm, St Marys Church Hall, Ruahine St. Enquiries Helen 358 7069 or Sue 354 3295.
RENAISSANCE SINGERS: Music from the 16th century to present day, 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Experienced singers are invited to contact musical director, Guy Donaldson, firstname.lastname@example.org or 357-5932.
BADMINTON: B&M Centre, Pascal St, 7.30 – 9.30pm. First night free. Casual $10 per night, subs $120. Enquiries Steve, Palmerston North Badminton Club, 021 027 53825 or pnbc.org.nz
PLUNKET: Roslyn Over 1s Coffee Group, 177 Vogel Street, PN. 9.30 – 11.30am. Enquiries Helen 351 6509.
WHAT PUSHES YOUR BUTTONS: Parenting group with Elayne Johnston, explore the triggers to your anger and frustration, their origins and how to deal with them. #2/6 2-hour sessions,9.30 – 11.30am, Hancock Community House, King St, Register@ Parentline 355 1655
MAINLY PLAY: Fun play with your preschool aged children. Morning tea and barista made coffee, St Oswald’s Hall, corner Kingswood and Featherston St, 10am. Gold coin koha. Enquiries Marg 027 406 6315.
DIABETES & PRE-DIABETES: Get Educated – free – in an informative and interactive environment. Healthy Food Choices & Label Reading, 12noon – 1.30pm. Register MHT Diabetes Trust, 357 5992 or email@example.com
PN RSA: Club night for members, partners and visitors, Distinction Hotel, Campbell St entrance, 4 – 7pm. Ode recited at 6pm.
TWILIGHT SOCIAL TENNIS:
Awapuni Tennis Club, Newbury Park, Newbury St, 5.30pm. Enquiries Bill 355 2290.
SPEED SKATING: MSSC Learn to Skate weekly classes run by NZ representative skaters and coaches. Skates available or BYO, 5.30 – 6.30pm, Bell Hall Arena 5, Waldegrave St. Enquiries Vikki Gibbs 358 9387.
TEKAWAU ATHLETICS Club: 6.15 – 7pm, Te Kawau Memorial Recreation Centre, Rongotea. Club nights. Enquiries Anna 027 857 2318, 324 8019 or firstname.lastname@example.org
OFF TO ITALY?: Italian beginners classes, QEC Wednesday, 6.30 to 8.30pm. Enquiries Bev 027 278 3120.
MANAWA TUNES CHORUS: A capella, 4-part harmony singing, 7.15pm, NZ Red Cross Training Rooms, 245 Main St West. All men welcome. Enquiries Owen 354 1951 or Clive 323 4953. Facebook: Manawa tunes Chorus.
CARD EVENINGS: Whist Club meets fortnightly for social games, 7.30pm. New members and learners welcome. Enquiries Virginia 356 9153 or Yvonne 357 4796.
SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING: For fun and fitness, no kilts required, Beginners welcome, Whakarongo Hall, cnr Stoney Creek Road and Napier Hwy, 7.30pm. Enquiries Joy 027 776 2397/Mary 356 3416.