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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/ fin­earts@tay­lor-jensen.co.nz.

ZIM­MER­MAN: Kirsty Gar­diner ce­ram­ics and huia trib­ute, 359 Main St. En­quiries 353 0122/ zim­mer­man.co.nz/ art@zim­mer­man.co.nz

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 up­cy­cling­club1@gmail.com

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/ pn@theos­o­phy.org.nz


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/ carol@ca.org.nz

ASH­HURST COM­MU­NITY MAR­KET: 2nd Satur­day, 10am - 1pm, rain or shine, lo­cal pro­duce, shar­ing table, Vil­lage Green and li­brary grounds, Ash­hurst Vil­lage Cen­tre. En­quiries He­len ash­hurst­com­mu­ni­ty­mar­ket@gmail.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 son­jashart@hot­mail.com

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.

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