MARTON BARBER’S ART GALLERY: Selected abstracts by David Taylor, and landscapes by local artists, 26 High St Marton, 10am – 2pm, Tuesday to Saturday. Enquiries John 027 489 6101.
TAYLOR JENSEN: ‘‘Given Time And Space’’ abstract images by Colin Hoare, Taylor-Jensen Fine Arts Gallery, 33 George St. Enquiries Stuart Schwartz, 355 4278/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
ZIMMERMAN: Kirsty Gardiner ceramics and huia tribute, 359 Main St. Enquiries 353 0122/ zimmerman.co.nz/ email@example.com
TEMANAWA: ‘‘Ara-i-te-uru’’ by Israel Tangaroa Birch; ‘‘Ata’’ - a third reflection by Bob Jahnke; ‘‘Matatau 2016’’ - work by graduates of Massey’s Toi Rauwharangi College of Creative Arts; ‘‘Nova’’ - new additions to the collection; Bruce Rennie - ‘‘The Generous Heart’’
SQUARE EDGE GALLERY: The 1975 photographic exhibition ‘‘Not One More Acre - Maori Land March - 40 years on’’.
FAMILY/WHANAU MORNING: Fridays during termtime for preschoolers under 3 and caregivers. Music, dance and games,
morning tea provided, $2. 8.30am - 12.30pm, Te Aroha Noa Community Services, Brentwood Ave, Highbury. Enquiries Vikki Gibbs 358 2259.
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.
PARENTING GROUPS: Triple P term1 sessions - What Pushes your Buttons, Great Fathering, The Incredible Years, Parenting Through Separation, Blended Families. Enquiries parentlinemanawatu.org.nz/ 355 1655. UPCYCLING CLUB: Kiwi-themed Waitangi Day display, free activities and prizes at TeManawa, 10am - 4pm, February 6. Enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
GIRLS BRIGADE: Affordable activities for girls in Highbury/Takaro & Hokowhitu, 4.30pm to 6pm, Tuesdays; Milson, Thursdays. Enquiries Joanne 355 3124, girlsbrigade.nz.
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.
THE AVIARY SOCIETY: New club open to cagebird fanciers. Enquiries (evenings) 06 367 2525.
500 ON FRIDAYS: A fun evening of cards 1st, 3rd and 5th Fridays each month, 6.45 pm, PN Bridge Club, cnr Cuba and Cook St, $5 includes light refreshments. All welcome. Enquiries Jo 357 4910/021 139 5367.
HOKOWHITU CLUB: Guest speakers, trips; dinners, activities. Visitors welcome. First Thursday each month, 9.30am. Community Leisure Centre, 569 Ferguson St. Enquiries Carolyne 354 7609.
MINDFULNESS MEDITATION: Non-sectarian group meditation with Dr Douglas Osto (Ph D) $5; Unwaged koha, Tuesdays 6 - 7 pm, Theosophical Society, 304 Church St. Enquiries Anthea 353 6221/ email@example.com
ALBERT STREET MARKET: Saturdays,and Church 6amSt. Enquiries:to 11am, cnr Brian Albert 022 364 RANGITIKEISundays 6151. from STREET7am, 78 Rangitikei MARKET: St. ShelteredEnquiries Belindasites available021 263 $10. 3586. CLOVERLEASundays 7am - SUNDAY1pm, Cloverlea MARKET: Tavern carpark, 301 Tremaine Ave. Enquiries-Maruna 021 747 668/ 06 213 9902.
SQUARE EDGE MARKET: Supporting local artists and makers, 12 - 4pm every 1st Sunday of the month. Enquiries 357 7542/ firstname.lastname@example.org
ASHHURST COMMUNITY MARKET: 2nd Saturday, 10am - 1pm, rain or shine, local produce, sharing table, Village Green and library grounds, Ashhurst Village Centre. Enquiries Helen email@example.com.
FOXTON BEACH SUMMER MARKET: Local produce, art and craft, 2nd Saturday of the month, 10am - 2pm, Holben Parade Pavilion opp Simply Balmy Cafe´. Enquiries Sonja Hart firstname.lastname@example.org
HOKOWHITU VILLAGE FARMERS MARKET: Every 3rd Sunday of the month. Local produce, artisan food stalls, street food, live music, Hokowhitu Village Courtyard, 9am - 1pm. Enquiries Robin 027 283 6853.
The Gypsy Fair is back at the Railway Land for the weekend.