SUN­DAY 15

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RANGITIKEI STREET SUN­DAY Mar­ket: Tem­po­rary lo­ca­tion, 11 Botan­i­cal Rd. 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.

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. MOE ap­proved. Koha/dona­tion. Ac­tiv­i­ties avail­able for older chil­dren. En­quiries Pam 358 1964.

MGCHARITY CLAS­SIC: 18th an­nual race meet­ing 10am, Man­feild, Feild­ing. En­quiries Ron Robertson 0274 439 969 or Paul Chipp 027 248 3430.

FEILD­ING SPIR­I­TUAL & Awareness Cen­tre: 10.30am, Feild­ing & District Cale­do­nian So­ci­ety Hall, 55 Weld St, Feild­ing. All wel­come.

MANAWATU MICROLIGHT Club: Fly­ing les­sons, Taonui Air­field, Feild­ing. En­quiries 323 9861 (Sun­days).

HAPPY TO­GETHER: Manawatunes Bar­ber­shop cho­rus presents Vo­cal FX – 8X NZ cham­pion cho­rus & other guests, 2pm, Cross­roads Church, Church St. $20 tick­ets from Ross 358 6880, Clive 323 4953, Beggs Manawatu Mu­sic Cen­tre, Princess St.

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.

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