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THURS­DAY FE­BRU­ARY 23: Aglow with Pat Bai­ley on how God has used her grief for good, 10am, Bridge Club Rooms, Cook & Cuba St. En­quiries Jen­nifer Shaw 356 1891.

THURS­DAY 23: MUSA Fu­ture Fest Ori­en­ta­tion 2017 Fresh Mu­sic Lunch­box, lunchtime con­cert fea­tur­ing Auck­land in­die band The Beths, Massey U Con­course.

THURS­DAY 23: AS@U Clubs Day, UCOL Atrium, out­side Block 3, 11am.

THURS­DAY 23: Sum­mer of DIYLucky dip catch-up on missed work­shops, Re­claimed Tim­ber Traders, 4 Matipo Lane, 12.30 - 5.30pm. Pay for ma­te­ri­als. En­quiries Nel­son Lebo 356 8199/ nel­

THURS­DAY 23: Thurs­day Night Food Truck Feast, 5pm, The Square.

THURS­DAY 23: Col­lec­tors Club - hu­mor­ous and comic post­cards and un­usu­ally-shaped bot­tles, 7.30pm, PN Leisure Cen­tre, Fer­gu­son St. Tea & cof­fee pro­vided, all welcome, an­nual subs $10. En­quiries Stu 355 4278 THURS­DAY 23: MUSA Fu­ture Fest Ori­en­ta­tion 2017 Com­edy Gala with 7 Days’ Ben Hur­ley, Jus­tine Smith and David Correos. Tix Fu­ture Fest Tix FRI­DAY FE­BRU­ARY 24 - SUN­DAY 26: The Great Liv­ing Room Book Sale, City Li­brary 9.30am - 9pm (Fri); 10am - 4pm (Sat); 12mid­day - 4pm (Sun). FRI­DAY 24: Palmer­ston North Lunch Club, with new creative di­rec­tor of Cen­tre­point The­atre, Daniel Pen­gelly, 11.45am, Ho­tel Coach­man, 140 Fitzher­bert Ave. Visi­tors welcome. En­quiries Don 357 4872. FRI­DAY 24: Fes­ti­val of Cul­tures free lantern work­shop with RE­ACT, old Pub­lic Trust, The Square, 4 - 8pm.

FRI­DAY 24: Free con­cert by Paraguayan folk harpist Ed­uard Klassen, SDA Church 257 Fer­gu­son St. See www.ed­uard­

FRI­DAY 24: Globe The­atre Awards - ac­knowl­edg­ing the best re­gional the­atre pro­duc­tions of 2016, Globe The­atre, 7.30pm.

FRI­DAY 24: $10 Race Night, fundraiser with fab­u­lous prizes for the Manawatu Scot­tish Pipe Band to the na­tion­als in Nel­son. Door sales, tick­ets $10, 7.30pm, Wil­low Park Tav­ern. En­quiries/tick­ets Brent Le Quesne 027 289 8711/ Face­book.

FRI­DAY 24: MUSA Fu­ture Fest

Ori­en­ta­tion 2017 Op­por­tu­nity Shop Ball, MUSA, Stu­dent Ser­vices Build­ing, The Con­course, 7.30 - 11.30pm. Tix­tureFestTix SATUR­DAY FE­BRU­ARY 25 - TUES­DAY 28: Big Girls pup­pet work­shops for In­ter­na­tional Women’s Day, 10am - 4pm, up­stairs, Te Manawa Mu­seum. See rang­ien­vi­roarts­cen­ SATUR­DAY FE­BRU­ARY 25 - SUN­DAY 26: RNZAF 80th an­niver­sary Air Tat­too with the Black Fal­cons aer­o­bat­ics team, RNZAF Base Ohakea, 10am - 4pm. Adults $35, chil­dren $10, un­der 5s free. En­quiries air­

SATUR­DAY 25: Eth­kick 6-a-side foot­ball tour­na­ment, 40 teams, Cen­tral En­ergy Trust Arena fields, 8:30 am - 5pm. Regis­ter sport­

SATUR­DAY 25: Fes­ti­val of Cul­tures free lantern work­shop with RE­ACT, old Pub­lic Trust, The Square, 10 - 3pm.

SATUR­DAY 25: 131stWoodville Hor­ti­cul­tural-In­dus­trial So­ci­ety, en­tries ac­cepted from 8am and staged by 11am sharp. No en­try fees. Judg­ing 11.15am. Free pub­lic ad­mis­sion 1.30 - 4pm, Woodville Sports Sta­dium, Ross St.

SATUR­DAY 25: Juras­sic Park - De­sign your own at TeManawa, 1 - 4pm. Free, all ma­te­ri­als pro­vided. En­quiries up­cy­cling­

SATUR­DAY 25: So­cial danc­ing with the Manawatu Danc­ing Club, $7, sup­per pro­vided, 7.30pm to 11pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, 309 Main St.

En­quiries Tom and Adrienne 356 9620.

SUN­DAY 26: Fes­ti­val of Cul­tures free lantern work­shop with RE­ACT, old Pub­lic Trust, The Square, 10 - 3pm.

SUN­DAY 26: MUSA Fu­ture Fest Ori­en­ta­tion 2017 Come Down Pic­nic. 12-2pm. Shan­nen Peter­son, Parc Sun, Lake South. Free BBQ, chill out mu­sic.

SUN­DAY 26: An­tipodeans by Toi War­brick, in­cludes a marae ex­pe­ri­ence, mu­si­cal and vis­ual arts work­shops and re­fresh­ments, 1.30 - 5.30pm, Te Rangi­marie Marae, SH56, Ran­giotu. No door sales. En­quiries face­­brick/ war­, tick­ets eventfinda.

SUN­DAY 26: Globe Sun­day Mati­nee Per­for­mances present Neild Trio – Diana, Sylvia and David Neild flute, vi­o­lin/vi­ola, pi­ano, 2.30pm, Globe The­atre. En­try by koha.

TUES­DAY FE­BRU­ARY 28: St David’sMeet­ing Point, crafts, board games, cards, tai chi, morn­ing tea & chat, all welcome, gold coin ap­pre­ci­ated, 10am -12 mid­day, St Peter’s Church Hall, Ruahine St (tem­po­rar­ily). En­quiries 354 9267.

TUES­DAY 28: Heal­ing Our Past Lives – Ex­plor­ing the Many Lives of the Soul in­tro­duc­tory work­shop with Julie Jef­frey, 7.30pm, Theo­soph­i­cal So­ci­ety, 304 Church St. En­quiries Anthea 353 6221/ pn@theos­o­

The Palmer­ston North Li­brary’s great book sale is on for three days this week­end.

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