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MAINLY MU­SIC:preschool­ers mu­sic, Par­ents danc­ing and and fair-trade­and Kingswood cof­fee, St, cor­ner 10am. Feather­stonGold coin koha.027 406 En­quiries Mar­garet 6315. Barsanti LIT­TLE GROOVERS: Mu­sic and move­ment for pre-school chil­dren, par­ents & care­givers, 9.30am to 12pm, Thurs­days, yel­low gate, St David’s, op­po­site Memo­rial Park, Main St. Koha. En­quiries Pam 358 1964. OR­GAN & KEY­BOARD CLUB: All

lev­els and styles of play­ers and lis­ten­ers wel­come, Manchester Unity Hall, 26Wald­ing St, 1pm, Mon­days. Small door charge in­cludes af­ter­noon tea. En­quiries Bev 358 5769/ Tricia 357 5518. HIP HOP DANCE CLASSES:

Pro­fes­sional teacher with free com­mu­nity dance classes, Legacy, cnr High­bury/ Brent­wood Ave. En­quiries John Faiz 3571276. CHIL­DREN’S SCOT­TISH COUN­TRY DANCE CLASS:

Manawatu Scot­tish Coun­try Dance Club class for pri­mary-aged chil­dren. Scot­tish So­ci­ety Hall, Ber­ry­man’s Ln off Princess St, 6.45pm to 7.30pm, Mon­days. En­quiries Ni­cole 027 766 1461/ He­len 355 2665. PN CHO­RAL SO­CI­ETY: New singers wel­come for this four-part unau­di­tioned com­mu­nity choir, St Peter’s Com­mu­nity Hall, Ruahine St. En­quiries Karen Hall, 021 707 440

TUES­DAY CON­CERT: Come early for raf­fles. All ages wel­come, 1.30pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, 309 Main St (op­po­site Globe Theatre), gold coin koha. En­quiries Elsie 358 0994 (evenings). FREE DANCE LESSONS: Walk­ing to Mu­sic. 7.30pm, Tues­days, St Peters Church Hall, 229 Ruahine St. All wel­come. No part­ner needed. En­quiries 356 5692. SCOT­TISH COUN­TRY DANC­ING: For fun and fit­ness, no kilts re­quired, Begin­ners wel­come, Whakarongo Hall, cnr Stoney Creek Road and Napier Hwy, 7.30pm, Wed­nes­days. En­quiries Joy 027 776 2397/ Mary 356 3416.

WAGON WHEELS COUN­TRY MU­SIC GROUP: Xmas & Auc­tion Event, De­cem­ber 24, West End School Hall, Botan­i­cal Rd, 1pm. En­quiries Ian Franklin


MAR­TON BAR­BER’S ART GALLERY: An ex­hi­bi­tion by David Tay­lor, 24 High St Mar­ton, 10am – 3pm, Tues­day to Satur­day.

FREE ARTS WORK­SHOP: Pa­per mache/ own projects, Satur­day Oc­to­ber 29, 1:30 - 3:30pm, Ruahine Room, City Li­brary, chil­dren and adults wel­come. En­quiries up­cy­cling­


MANAWATU FAM­ILY MI­CRO AD­VEN­TUR­ERS: Got young kids? Join us ev­ery Fri­day rain or shine, for lo­cal, out­door ad­ven­tures, Free and in­for­mal. See .face­ 806407356100464/ for lo­ca­tion and time. GRAND­PAR­ENTS RAIS­ING GRAND­CHIL­DREN: Ac­tive Grand­par­ents pro­gramme for mokop­una and kin car­ers, 3.45 - 4.45pm, Thurs­days, Som­er­set Cres­cent School. Con­tact Martha 027 266 2653. GIRLS’ BRI­GADE: Af­ford­able ac­tiv­i­ties for girls in High­bury/Takaro & Hokowhitu, 4.30pm to 6pm, Tues­days. En­quiries Joanne 355 3124, girls­bri­ HOKOWHITU SCOUTS: Cubs (Year 4-6), 6.15 – 7.45pm Mon­days, Keas (year 1-3) Mon­days 5 – 6pm, Scouts (Year 6 – 10) Thurs­days 6.30 – 8-30.

Hokowhitu Scout Hall off Ayr Place. En­quiries Chris 356 2635, mer­cer­fam­ily@in­

GIRL GUID­ING: Fun, ad­ven­ture, life skills and friend­ship, for girls aged 5 - 18. En­quiries 0800 22 22 92.

NET­WORK OF SKILLED MI­GRANTS MANAWATU: Meet to share em­ploy­ment ideas and ex­pe­ri­ences and find so­lu­tions, City li­brary (Tech space), Sun­days 3 - 4pm. En­quiries Dmitry 027 448 0941/ Ari 02102509399/ Hi­mani 022 312 4126 JUS­TICE OF THE PEACE CLINIC:

Hokowhitu Vil­lage Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Al­bert St, 10.30am to 12.30pm, Thurs­days. GAMES AF­TER­NOON: 1st and 3rd Thurs­days, 1.30pm. Free. Af­ter­noon tea pro­vided. All wel­come. St Mark’s Hall, 117 Col­lege Street, Awa­puni. En­quires Reita 357 5869. FRIEND­SHIP CEN­TRE FOR SE­NIORS: Cards, scrabble, chat. Af­ter­noon tea, trans­port avail­able, Mil­son Com­bined Church, Mil­son Line, 1.30pm to 3.30pm, Thurs­days, $2 dona­tion. All Saints Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Church St, Fri­days 9.30pm to 11.30pm, and Mon­days 2pm to 3.15pm, $2. Con­tact Judy/Theresa 355 1204.

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

Manawatu So­cial Danc­ing is on Satur­day night at 309 Main St.

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