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THURS­DAY JAN­UARY 26 - FRI­DAY 27: The Jan­uary Buzz School Hol­i­day Pro­gramme, Year 1 – 9. Fun, games, crafts, chal­lenges, food in­cluded. OS­CAR ap­proved. WINZ sub­sidy may ap­ply, St Al­bans Pres­by­te­rian Church, 339 Al­bert St. En­quiries the­ the­buzz@stal­ 357 9411. THURS­DAY 26 - MON­DAY 30:

Ki­wiburn - ‘‘The robots are com­ing’’, The Pad­dock, 136 Cooks Rd, Hun­ter­ville. En­quiries ki­

THURS­DAY 26: Sum­mer of DIY - Weta Ho­tels for Kids, Re­claimed Tim­ber Traders, 4 Matipo Lane, 2.30 - 5pm. Ma­te­ri­als free. En­quiries Nel­son Lebo 356 8199/ nel­

FRI­DAY JAN­UARY 27: Nitro Cir­cus Live with quadru­ple BMX back­flip­per, Jed ‘‘TheWar­rior’’ Mil­don and FMX World Cham­pion, Levi Sher­wood, Cen­tral En­ergy Trust Arena, Pascal St, 7pm

FRI­DAY 27: New Zealand Na­tional Youth Brass Band presents Struc­tured De/con­struc­tured, Spiers

Cen­tre, 7.30pm. Tick­ets via Eventfinda and at the door.


SUN­DAY 29: Woodville In­ter­na­tional Moto-X Grand Prix, Woodville end of the Manawatu Gorge with the Manawatu Orion Mo­tor­cy­cle Club.

SATUR­DAY 28: 153rd Tu­rak­ina High­land Games - stalls, clan dis­plays, food & drink, cash bar. Gate fee $10 adults, chil­dren un­der 15 free park­ing free, even­ing ceilidh with Bow­more, Tu­rak­ina Do­main, Cameron Rd, Tu­rak­ina.

SATUR­DAY 28: Wa­iata on Wai­tangi age-group heats for finals at Te Manawa onWai­tangi Day, 9am - 11am (8 - 12yrs), Youth Space, Coleman Pl. En­quiries Youth Space Face­book.

SATUR­DAY 28: Ash­hurst Po­hang­ina Lions Small­hold­ers Auc­tion. Drop off Fri­day, 12mid­day - 7pm; Satur­day, 7 - 9.30am. Auc­tion com­mences 10am, craft and food stalls, Mac­don­ald Farm, 682 Po­hang­ina Rd, Ash­hurst. En­quiries Ron Far­ru­gia small­hold­ers@ya­ 326 9639.

SATUR­DAY 28: Sum­mer in High­bury - Aqua Day, Farn­ham Park, 11am - 2pm.

SATUR­DAY 28: Kim­bolton Back­yard Bull­ride, from 1pm, Parklee,

402 Junction Rd, Kim­bolton, cash only, no eft­pos. En­quiries 06 328 5881/ Face­book ‘‘Parklee Buck­ing Bulls’’. SATUR­DAY 28: Trio Bella Con­cert of Favourites - a uni fundraiser for Joanna Dann and Nathan Pinkney, St An­drews in the City, 6pm. SUN­DAY JAN­UARY 29: Coal­town

Blues by Mervyn Thomp­son, per­formed by Chris Green, Mar­ton Play­ers Theatre, 366Welling­ton Rd, Mar­ton, 2pm. Book­ings 06 327 7343.

SUN­DAY 29: Sounds of Sum­mer - Chill Out, with Soren Ol­son, Jeff & Sheree, Kokoa Nashi and Un­ex­pected Cross­roads, 2 - 5pm, Vic­to­ria Es­planade. En­quiries info@ac­cess­man­ 357 9340. TUES­DAY JAN­UARY 31: Free screen­ing in The Square of clas­sic movie Casablanca, on the CET Arena big screen. Food trucks, live mu­sic 5.30pm, screen­ing 6pm. WED­NES­DAY FE­BRU­ARY 1:

Wai­tangi Day at City Li­brary - Nga taonga takaro (tra­di­tional Maori games) with Lau­reen Ruwhiu 10 - 11.30am - mez­za­nine; docu­d­rama Wai­tangi: What re­ally hap­pened,

5.30pm and 7.30pm. Dr Cather­ine Knight au­thor of New Zealand’s Rivers: An en­vi­ron­men­tal his­tory,

2nd floor, 6pm.

WED­NES­DAY 1: Free talk: Why med­i­tate? Sim­ple med­i­ta­tions to re­lax and to help cope with the stresses of day to day life with Gen Demo, 7 - 8pm, Amitabha Bud­dhist Cen­tre, 174 Al­bert St. En­quiries 355 3524/ med­i­tatein­palmer­ston­

WED­NES­DAY 1: Manawatu Prop­erty In­vestor As­so­ci­a­tion with Shane Storey on prop­erty in­vest­ment and de­mo­graph­ics, 7.30pm, PN Bridge Club, Cook & Cuba. Mem­bers free, vis­i­tors $20. En­quries Pauline Beis­sel 027 471 9192. WED­NES­DAY 1: Stamp Club with Sandy John­son on ‘Choco­late’,

7.30pm, Val Ken­ward Room, Leisure Cen­tre, 569 Fer­gu­son St. Vis­i­tors wel­come. En­quiries Neil 354 4449/

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