THURS­DAY 7

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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 31⁄ 2- 6yrs, 9am – 12noon. Winz sub­si­dies avail­able. 3 free ses­sions. En­quiries 357 0791, parkrdpc@gmail.com – In­for­ma­tion Of­fi­cer. HEAR­ING HELP: In­de­pen­dent sup­port for the hear­ing im­paired. Mi­cro-suc­tion ear wax re­moval, Hear­ing As­so­ci­a­tion Manawatu, 435 Church St, 9am – 3pm. En­quiries He­len 357 8708.

PASIFIKA FU­SION 2016: Wear­able arts, drama, per­for­mances 9am – 3pm, koha; con­cert 6 – 9pm adults $8, chil­dren $2, Re­gent on Broad­way.

HOKOWHITU CLUB (for­merly Probus): For re­tired pro­fes­sional and busi­ness peo­ple, guest speak­ers, trips, din­ners, ac­tiv­i­ties; Com­mu­nity Leisure Cen­tre, 569 Fer­gu­son St, 9.30am. En­quiries 354 7609.

PLUN­KET: Plun­ket Puz­zle Li­brary, 27 Franklin Ave, 9.30 – 10.30am. Hokowhitu Baby Sign Play­group, 27 Franklin Ave, 9.30 – 11am. Roslyn Un­der 1’s Cof­fee Group, Roslyn Plun­ket Rooms, 177 Vo­gel St, 9.30 – 11am. Ash­hurst Cof­fee Group, 63 Cam­bridge St, 9.30 – 11.30am. Un­der 1’s Cof­fee Group, 9.30 – 11.30am and Con­nected Cof­fee Group, 10am -12mid­day, Fam­ily Cen­tre, 42 Al­bert Street. En­quiries Le­an­dra 021 808 340.

LIT­TLE GROOVERS: Mu­sic and move­ment for pre-school chil­dren, par­ents & care­givers, 9.30am – 12noon, yel­low gate, St David’s, op­po­site Me­mo­rial Park, Main St. MOE ap­proved. Koha. En­quiries Pam 358 1964. MANAWATU TOY LI­BRARY: Bor­row new toys, Thurs­day, Satur­day & Mon­day 9.30am – 12.30pm, 51 Am­ber­ley Ave. New mem­bers wel­come. Info-line: 027 364 6911/ man­awatu­toyli­brary.nz

MAINLY MU­SIC: 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.

ST JOHN OP­POR­TU­NITY SHOP: Qual­ity cloth­ing, books, fur­ni­ture, toys at com­pet­i­tive prices. Open week­days 9am -4.30pm, Satur­day 10am – 3pm, 304 Broad­way Ave (opp Melody’s New World). Do­na­tions al­ways ac­cepted, free pick up. En­quiries 353 8698. ART EX­HI­BI­TION: Works by Gaye Down­ing and Don Hill, Mar­ton Bar­bers Art Gallery, 26 High St, Mar­ton, 10am – 3pm, Tues­day to Satur­day un­til July 15.

RED CROSS BOOK SHOP: REaD Books 245 Main St, Thurs­day, Satur­day, Tues­day, Wed­nes­day from 10am. Books, puz­zles and games, mu­sic, jig­saws. Sup­port­ing Red Cross hu­man­i­tar­ian pro­grammes. En­quiries 356 8152.

JUS­TICE of the PEACE CLINIC: Hokowhitu Vil­lage Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Al­bert St, 10.30am – 12.30pm.

EZEE MEALS: Frozen meals, St Matthew’s Angli­can Church 109 Col­lege St, open 11am – 12noon and Tues­days 4 – 5pm. Large meals $8.50, medium $6. Home de­liv­ery Fri­day and Wed­nes­day (fee $2.50). Or­der dur­ing shop hours 355 2254.

MANAWATU PE­TANQUE Club: 1.15pm for 1.30 start Thurs­days and Sun­days, 74 North St, PN. Tu­ition given. En­quiries David 354 2632. GAMES AF­TER­NOON: Board games, 500, 1.30pm, St Mark’s Hall, 117 Col­lege St, Awa­puni. Free. Af­ter­noon tea supplied. En­quiries Reita 357 5869.

PRIME TIMERS: En­ter­tain­ment,

talks and af­ter­noon tea – a friendly group for se­nior cit­i­zens. Hob­bies and Col­lectibles, 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/ 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 Mer­i­lyn 356 4512.

HEARTWALK AND SUP­PORT: For peo­ple liv­ing with a heart con­di­tion, 2pm Vic­to­ria Es­planade by the chil­dren’s play­ground carpark. En­quiries Adri­enne Kennedy, Cen­tral PHO 354 9107/ Sally Dar­ragh, Heart Foun­da­tion 358 7745.

OVER 50’S DANCE: For fun, fitness and friend­ship – folk, tap, jazz and mu­si­cal com­edy. Thurs­days and Mon­days 2 – 3pm. En­quiries Joyce 358 7463, Val 021 059 2157.

LGBT: Find group’s in­tim­i­dat­ing? Ice­break­ers, 7 – 9pm, room 203/2nd floor, Square Edge, Church St.

GRAND­PAR­ENTS RAIS­ING GRAND­CHIL­DREN: Ac­tive Grand­par­ents pro­gramme for mokop­una and kin car­ers, 3.45 – 4.45pm, Som­er­set Cres­cent School, Som­er­set Cres. En­quiries Martha 027 266 2653.

MIL­SON GIRLS’ BRIGADE:

Af­ford­able ac­tiv­i­ties for girls, 4.30 – 6pm. En­quiries Joanne 355 3124, girls­bri­gade.nz.

JORGE LUIS BORGES: 30th an­niver­sary of the Ar­gen­tinian writer’s death with Pro­fes­sor Saul Sos­nowski, Univer­sity of Mary­land on Borges and the Kab­balah. Free, 6pm, Te Manawa. En­quiries l.al­varado@massey.ac.nz

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 for con­fi­dence, fitness and self-de­fence, Thurs­days and Mon­days, PNINS gym­na­sium. Kids 6 – 7pm Adults 7 – 8pm. First few lessons free. En­quiries Mor­gan on 027 511 8622.

TE REO: Te Ataarangi Maori lan­guage classes, High­bury Whanau Cen­tre, 6 – 9pm. En­quiries Tahi 022 431 9354.

AL-ANON: To sup­port fam­i­lies or friends con­cerned about some­one’s drink­ing. Meet­ings Thurs­days & Tues­days, 7 – 8pm, Plun­ket Rooms, Vo­gel St. En­quiries 0508 425 266.

AL­CO­HOLICS ANONY­MOUS: St Mark’s Pres­by­te­rian Church Hall, 117 Col­lege St, PN, 8pm. En­quiries 022 038 0220 or 0800 AAWORKS.

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Te Re¯hia Theatre Com­pany is re­turn­ing to Cen­tre­point Theatre with a new chil­dren’s show Ruia te Ka¯kano: Te Haerenga o Ho¯iho/ The Jour­ney of Ho¯iho. starts next Wed­nes­day, July 13 with two shows each day. It

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