WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5: Leading Strong Boards for those on club and community governance boards. Nibbles, guest speakers and discussion, 5.30 - 7pm. RSVP pncsc.eventbrite.co.nz/ firstname.lastname@example.org /354 3809. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5:
Manawatu Turbos v Wellington, Central Energy Trust Arena, 7.35pm.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5: U3A Manawatu cultural diversity lecture series. All Saints Community Centre, 338 Church St, 2.15pm. Speaker: Dr Nigel Parsons. Free admission, gold coin refreshments. Contact Chris 358 1991.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6:
Hokowhitu Club Inc. (Rebus Associate). Guest speakers, trips; dinners, activities. Visitors welcome. First Thursday each month, 9:30am. Community Leisure Centre, 569 Ferguson St. Enquiries: Carolyne 354 7609.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7: Wild Wild West Rural Day, Feilding with the White Face Crew clowns, shearing, paint a sheep, steam punk fashion, gumboot relay, rough riders, toot toot tractor parade, saleyard tours, FAHS Drama, Manchester Square, 2am - 2pm.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7: PN Lunch Club with Brian Gemmell on The
highs and lows of parenting an elite sportsperson. All welcome, 11.45am, Cloverlea Tavern, Tremaine Ave. Enquiries Don 357 4872.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7: Palmerston North Folk Music Club Bluegrass music evening. 8pm, Theosophical Hall, 304 Church St. Members $3, public $5, children and first-timers free. Phone 355 9076. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8: Man Visible and Invisible with TS National Lecturer Barry Bowden, Theosophical Society, 304 Church St, 7.30pm. Enquiries Anthea 353 6221/ email@example.com
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8: Star Knight Dance at Maori Battalion Hall, corner of Bourke and Cuba streets, 7.30pm. $12 for great music, dancing and fun. Includes light supper, BYO. Contact Brian Ax 0800 788 837
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9: Junction Country Music Club Day, 1.30pm, Old Folks Hall, McLean St. Phone Anne 323 6481. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9: Family Pet Education Day with Massey University Veterinary Students Association. Vet and vet tech students offer pet advice and insights, plus face painting, teddy hospital, pet food donations - with ,PNCC, SPCA and Massey Vet Teaching Hospital, Barber Hall, Waldegrave St, 10am to 2pm. See muvsa.com. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11: Forest and Bird Manawatu branch night. Speaker: Massey University associate professor physical geography Ian Fuller. Palmerston North City Library, 7.30pm, George St entrance.See naturesvoicemanawatu.org.nz.
Massey University vet students are holding a pet education day on Friday.