FRI­DAY 8

The Tribune (NZ) - - COMMUNITY INFORMATION -

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. PLUN­KET: Fam­ily Cen­tre Play­group (MoE Cer­ti­fied), 42 Al­bert St, 9.30am—11.30am. En­quiries He­len 351 6509. AUTISM Manawatu: preschool friendly sup­port/play­group, 9.30 – 11.30am. En­quiries Ange 357 7846. 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. CAR­RY­ING OUR FU­TURE: To­wards the first sin­gle-use plas­tic bag free street in New Zealand. Drop-in reusable shop­ping bag mak­ing ses­sions, City Li­brary, Ge­orge St, 10am – noon. En­quiries Dr Trisia Far­relly, Massey Univer­sity 356 9099 extn. 83664. PN LUNCH CLUB: 400th an­niver­sary of Shake­speare’s death. Sheri­dan Hickey talks on the Bard’s life and works, 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 pnrsa@voda­fone.co.nz SIT AND BE FIT: Gen­tle ex­er­cise pro­gramme, Church of Christ, Botan­i­cal Rd, 1.30pm. Free. En­quiries Janet 357 2659. 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. VIVA LA DOLCE VITA: ‘An Evening of Sweet Life’ with celebrity chef Ruth Pretty, Spiers Cen­tre, PNBHS, 7pm. $50 tick­ets via School Finance Of­fice, 354 51276. CELTIC NIGHT: Bring fid­dles, pipes, bodhrans, harps, and the like, PN Folk Mu­sic Club, 8pm, Theo­soph­i­cal Hall, 304 Church St. All wel­come. $5 non-mem­bers, school age and un­der free. En­quiries 355 9076 or pn­folk­club.wee­bly.com/

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