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AL­BERT STREET MAR­KET: Sea­sonal fruit, veg­eta­bles, bread, bak­ing, flow­ers, fish, eggs, honey, pre­serves, hot break­fasts and cof­fee, eth­nic food, bric-a-brac, col­lecta­bles, cloth­ing and more, 6 – 11am, cnr Al­bert and Church St. En­quiries: Brian 022 364 6151. WATER-BASED EX­ER­CISE: PN Arthri­tis Sup­port Group ses­sions, Hos­pi­tal Star Cen­tre heated pool, 9.30am full; 10.05am only; Tues­day 4.30pm full; 5.05pm only, $3 a ses­sion. Reg­is­ter Katharine 356 3615. BOOK STALL: Palmer­ston North Al­trusa, Melodys NewWorld, Broad­way Ave, 10am un­til sold out. en­quiries Ju­dith 021 2619 254. LIONS 2020 DISTRICT: Lions info, and pos­sum fur and leather raf­fle, Women’s Life­style Expo, to­day and May 1, Arena 2. 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. MAY DAY CON­CERT: Cel­e­brat­ing May 1, In­ter­na­tional Work­ers Day with Mur­ray Hor­ton of Cam­paign Against For­eign Con­trol of Aotearoa (CAFCA), Tas­ma­nian singer/ song­writer Peter Hicks, The Brazen Hussies and the 2015 Roger Award for worst transna­tional cor­po­ra­tion op­er­at­ing in NZ, 7pm, Globe Theatre. OLD TIME DANCE: Pahiatua & Dis­tricts Scot­tish So­ci­ety, Satur­day, 7.30pm, Man­gatain­oka Hall. Adults $5, chil­dren $1. En­quires Ian 06 376 7156, Ted 06 323 5640.

SE­NIORS TEN­NIS: For play­ers over 35yrs. All grades wel­come. Manawatu Vets Ten­nis at Awa­puni Park, New­bury St, 9.30am. En­quiries Roger 027 555 6447. NA­TIONAL CAT SHOW: Palmer­ston North Cat Club 62nd all­breeds show and host­ing Nat Cat Champs, Bar­ber Hall, Walde­grave St, 10am - 4pm. Door sales. FEILD­ING SPIR­I­TUAL & Aware­ness Cen­tre: 10.30am, Feild­ing & District Cale­do­nian So­ci­ety Hall, 55 Weld St, Feild­ing. 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.

328 8558. DI­A­BETES: Free Di­a­betes and Kid­ney Health pre­sen­ta­tion, 10am – 12mid­day.Reg­is­ter Sharon MHT Di­a­betes Trust 357 5992 or ad­min@di­a­ 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. AC­COUNT­ING AD­VICE CLIN­ICS: Free and friendly per­son­alised ac­count­ing ad­vice and sup­port for com­mu­nity groups and clubs, 5.15pm. Reg­is­tra­tions re­quired com­mu­nity­ac­count­ or com­mu­nity­ac­count­, 354 3809. 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 TA­BLE TEN­NIS: Manawatu Ju­nior Ta­ble Ten­nis Club, 5-18 year olds, 6 – 7.30pm, Walde­grave Lounge, Cen­tral En­ergy Trust Arena. Ca­sual fees $5 per night. En­quiriesMatthew Ball 027 341 2246 or mattb.tableten­ AIKIDO ACADEMY: Friendly, suit­able for ages 12+, 6.30 – 8pm, Mil­son Scout Hall, JFK Drive. En­quiries Pete 353 8227, aiki­doa­ TOASTMASTERS: Toastmasters In­ter­na­tional is a com­mu­ni­ca­tion and lead­er­ship train­ing or­gan­i­sa­tion. PN club meets 7.30pm, Hear­ing House, 435 Church St. Vis­i­tors wel­come. En­quiries Elise 0274 966 533. 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 NEW­BURY IN­DOOR BOWL­ING: 7.30pm New­bury Hall, Ran­gi­tikei Line. En­quiries Jeanette 354 9357. Con­tin­ued P18

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