What’s On

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SATUR­DAY, APRIL 22: Rose City Porce­lain Doll Club 29th an­nual Doll & Bear Show and Com­pe­ti­tion, Art Deco theme. Dis­play, stalls and sales ta­bles. Palmer­ston North Leisure Cen­tre, 569 Fer­gu­son Street.

SATUR­DAY, APRIL 22: En­joy so­cial danc­ing with the Manawatu Danc­ing Club, from 7.30pm to 11pm. ’’Wear a Poppy’’ theme. Venue – Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, 309 Main Street, Palmer­ston North. Cost - $10.00. En­quiries: Tom and Adrienne - 06 3569620

SUN­DAY, APRIL 23: Mini-Bridge Open Day, 2-4pm at the Palmer­ston North Bridge Club (Cr Cuba and Cook Sts). If you know how to play games such as 500 you can play Mini-Bridge. En­quiries: Graeme.Thom­son@HRLMor­ri­son.com

MON­DAY APRIL 24 - FRI­DAY 28: Cen­tre­point Theatre hol­i­day pro­gramme for 8 - 13 yr-olds, 9am - 3pm, Cen­tre­point Theatre, Church St. $180. En­quiries vanessa@cen­tre­point.co.nz/ 354 5740.

WED­NES­DAY APRIL 19 - SATUR­DAY 22: A Cho­rus Line di­rected and chore­ographed by Dean McKer­ras, in sup­port of Aro­hanui Hospice, April 19 - 23, Re­gent on Broad­way.

SATUR­DAY, APRIL 22: So­cial danc­ing with Manawatu Danc­ing Club, 7.30pm to 11pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, 309 Main St. ‘Wear a Poppy’ theme, $10. Con­tact Tom and Adrienne 06 356 9620.

SUN­DAY APRIL 23: Ex­treme 4X4 Tri­als with the Manawatu 4WD Club, 8.30am - 4pm, Tu­ritea Rd. All pro­ceeds to the res­cue chop­per. See Face­book.

SUN­DAY APRIL 23: In­au­gu­ral Merid­ian Te Apiti Whanau Challenge - run, walk or take a fam­ily stroll through the Te Apiti wind farm. Stalls and at­trac­tions. Reg­is­ter Sport Manawatu.

SUN­DAY, APRIL 23: Mini Bridge Open Day, 2pm to 4pm, Palmer­ston North Bridge Club. Con­tact graeme.thom­son@hrlmor­ri­son.com.

WED­NES­DAY APRIL 26: Di­a­betes Manawatu Sup­port Group, 10am, Con­fer­ence Room sec­ond floor, Grand Ho­tel. Di­eti­tian Chloe Bryan speak­ing. Cuppa, dis­cus­sions, friend­ship. Con­tact Elizabeth 06 355 3233.

WED­NES­DAY APRIL 26: Roller skat­ing hol­i­day fun ses­sions. 1.30pm to 3pm. En­try $5 in­cludes skate hire. Cash only. Manawatu Skat­ing Club, Bell Hall, Arena 5, Walde­grave St. Con­tact Vikki 06 358 9387.


UNITY SINGERS: On the look out for male voices, Tues­days 7.30 - 9.30pm, St Marys Hall Ruahine St. En­quiries He­len 358 7069/ Sue 354 3295. MANAWATU COM­MU­NITY

CHOIR: ‘‘The city’s choir’’ meets Mon­days, 7pm, Shed 23 (23 Princess St). All wel­come. No ex­pe­ri­ence needed, just turn up. En­quiries man­awatu­com­mu­ni­ty­choir.org.nz

SINGERS: Prepa­ra­tions for Palmer­ston North Cho­ral So­ci­ety Satur­day July 1 con­cert are un­der way. In­ter­ested singers are wel­come at 7:30 - 9:30pm re­hearsals, Mon­days, St Peters Church Hall, Ruahine St. En­quiries Karen Hall 021 707 440.

CEN­TRAL CON­NEC­TIONS: A singing group for peo­ple with ac­quired neu­ro­log­i­cal dis­abil­i­ties, Tues­days 1.30 – 3pm, South Lounge, Cen­tral Bap­tist Church, Church St, $5 koha. En­quiries Ja­nine 021 050 3593/ sound­mat­ters@sling­shot.co.nz

UKES ON THE TER­RACE: From school kids to se­niors, 3.30pm Thurs­days, St Peter’s Church Com­mu­nity Hall, Ruahine St. Ukule­les avail­able, koha. En­quiries Bev­erly Proc­ter 021 210 8074.

CROWS FEET DANCE COL­LEC­TIVE: Per­for­mance based con­tem­po­rary dance project. 7pm - 8.30pm, Thurs­days, dance stu­dio be­hind Church of Christ Sci­en­tist, 409 Church St. En­quiries tani­akopy­tko@gmail.com 027 631 0105.

CHEYENNE COUN­TRY MU­SIC CLUB: Live band, singing, line danc­ing, 2nd & 4th Sun­days, 1 - 4.30pm, New­bury Hall, Ran­gi­tikei Line. En­quiries 027 953 3789/ 359 3306.

PALMER­STON NORTH FOLK MU­SIC CLUB: 8pm, Fri­days, Theo­soph­i­cal Hall, 304 Church St. Mem­bers $3, non-mem­bers $5, school chil­dren and first-com­ers free. En­quiries 355 9076/ pn­folk­club.wee­bly.com/

MANAWATU OR­GAN & KEY­BOARD CLUB: All lev­els and styles of mu­sic play­ers and lis­ten­ers wel­come, Mon­days, 1pm, Manch­ester Unity Hall, 26Wald­ing St. Small door charge in­cludes af­ter­noon tea. En­quiries Bev 022 434 0023/ Tri­cia 021 149 3519

The Rose City Porce­lain Doll and Bear Club show is on this week­end.

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