MUSIC, THEATRE & DANCE
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
FAMILY & COMMUNITY
MANAWATU FAMILY MICRO ADVENTURERS: Got young kids? Join us every Friday rain or shine, for local, outdoor adventures, Free and informal. See .facebook.com/groups/ 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, girlsbrigade.nz. 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, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com/ 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.