MU­SIC, THE­ATRE & DANCE

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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

ESTRELLITA LATIN DANCE: Salsa, merengue, bachata, cha-cha-cha, Ar­gen­tine tango and ki­zomba. All abil­i­ties and ages, 7.30pm to 9pm, Mon­days, Square Edge Dance Stu­dio, Jer­sey Lane, $5. En­quiries Linda 323 0408 or estrellita.latin­dance@ya­hoo.co.nz

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).

CAN YOU SING?: Can you har­monise? Con­fi­dent singers wanted for all-women’s cho­rus. Fun, mu­sic and friend­ship with the Manawatu Over­tones, Mil­son Com­bined Church Hall, 7pm, Tues­days. En­quiries Jenni 356 8585 (A/H)/ Linda 358 5883.

FREE DANCE LESSONS: Walk­ing to Mu­sic. 7.30pm, Tues­days, St Peters Church Hall, 229 Ruahine St. All wel­come. No part­ner needed. En­quiries 356 5692.

UNITY SINGERS CHOIR: 7.30pm, Tues­days, St Marys Church Hall, Ruahine St. En­quiries He­len 358 7069/ Sue 354 3295.

RE­NAIS­SANCE SINGERS: Mu­sic from the 16th cen­tury to present day, 7.30pm to 9.30pm, Tues­days. Ex­pe­ri­enced singers are in­vited to con­tact mu­si­cal di­rec­tor, Guy Don­ald­son guyju­dith@clear.net.nz/ 357 5932.

MANAWATUNES CHO­RUS: A capella, four-part har­mony singing, 7.15pm, Wed­nes­days, NZ Red Cross Train­ing Rooms, 245 Main St West. All men wel­come. En­quiries Owen 354 1951/ Clive 323 4953. Face­book: Manawatunes Cho­rus.

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 frankie2233@xtra.co.nz

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