THURSDAY APRIL 27: REACT Day Trip to Rangiwahia Environmental Arts Centre, Rangiwahia Rd, 9.30am - 4.30pm. Bring your lunch, tea & coffee provided. Free bus from PN, and via Feilding by arrangement. Free registrations on Eventfinda.
THURSDAY APRIL 27: Wooden toy making workshop with Nelson Lebo, 9:30am -1pm, Toy Library, 200 Church St.
THURSDAY APRIL 27: Aglow invites you to hear Hickson Lome speaking at the Bridge Club rooms, corner of Cook and Cuba, 10am. Contact Jennifer 06 356 1891
FRIDAY APRIL 28: Workers’ Memorial Day, a commemoration of those lost, injured or ill due to industrial accident, and unveiling of Helen Kelly memorial plaque with mayor Grant Smith, bishop emeritus Peter Cullinane and The Brazen Hussies, 12.10 - 12.50pm, Workers’ Memorial, Memorial Park, Fitzroy St. Enquiries John Shennan 350 6300.
FRIDAY APRIL 28: PN Folk Music Club, Anzac songs, 8pm, Friday 3, Theosophical Hall, 304 Church St. Members $3, non-members $5, school children and first-comers free. Enquiries 355 9076 /pnfolkclub.weebly.com/
FRIDAY APRIL 28 - SATURDAY MAY 13: The Supermarket Sisterhood by Devon Williamson, directed for MTI by Maxine Dale, Globe Theatre, 7.30pm. Bookings 351 4409.
SATURDAY, APRIL 29: Preggy to Preschool Garage Sale, New and preloved baby/children’s clothes, toys, books, nursery equipment, maternity gear, 9 - 11am, Central Baptist Church (opposite fire station), Chruch St. Gold coin entry and raffle. SATURDAY, APRIL 29: Big Dutch Day Out, Main St, Foxton, 10am to 2pm.
SATURDAY APRIL 29: Kiwi Guardian event - Meet a DOC Ranger, Alice Nash Memorial Heritage Lodge, Ruahine Forest Park, Petersons Rd, 10.30am - 2.30pm. Register firstname.lastname@example.org
SATURDAY APRIL 29:
International Dance Day, part of NZ Dance Week with performances by the Bhutanese Community of Palmerston North, 1- 3pm, Rangiora Community Hall, 98 Rangiora Ave. Enquiries Gopal Poudyal, poudyel_ email@example.com/ 020 408 97628.
SATURDAY APRIL 29: Ensemble Paladino chamber quartet, 7.30pm,
Regent on Broadway. Enquiries Ticket Direct. SATURDAY APRIL 29: Pahiatua & Districts Scottish Society Inc 40th Anniversary Old Time Dance, Mangatainoka Hall, 7.30pm Adults $5. Enquires Ian 06 376 7156/ Ted 06 323 5640.
SATURDAY APRIL 29: The Tree of Life – presentation by Guy Donaldson on the Qabalistic symbol known as the soul of Judaism, Theosophical Society, 304 Church St. $5 members, students & beneficieries - $2. Enquiries Anthea 353 6221/ firstname.lastname@example.org
SATURDAY APRIL 29: Slave Collective music compilation release featuring 19 local bands. Gig 1 with The Bing Turkby Ensemble, Swampton Creeps, Turbostill and Deadset, 8.30pm, Snails artist-run space, Taonui St. Entry $10 includes compilation copy. SUNDAY APRIL 30: Have-a-go dance tasters, part of NZ Dance Week, includes Bollywood, jazz, contemporary dance, and stretching, 2 - 4pm, Square Edge Dance Studio, rear courtyard, first floor. No partner needed, wear loose comfortable clothing, soft shoes or bare feet, $10. Enquiries Tania 027 631 0105/ 358
SUNDAY APRIL 30: Manawatu Tattoo with Suzanne Prentice and 160 local, national and international performers including the Manawatu & Foundation NZ Youth Pipe Bands, Erna Ferry and the Swamp City Big Band, PNBHS OK Chorale & Stage Band, plus rock ’n’ roll and highland dancers, kapa haka, hot rods, vintage military vehicles and Joe Lumsden’as Rough Riders, 2pm, Manfeild Park, South St, Feilding. Adults: $35, seniors $30, primary students $20, family (2+2) $80. Tickets Feilding Information Centre 323 3318, PN i-Site. SUNDAY APRIL 30: Old Gorge Cemetery tour focusing on Woodville’s pioneer businesspeople, 2.30pm, over the railway line, SH3. Enquiries Ray Allott 06 376 4472.
MONDAY MAY 1: Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival opening from 5.30pm, Globe Theatre, with The Weird Prophets, mayor Grant Smith, and film The Messenger about the plight of songbirds. The festival runs at various venues until May 31. TUESDAY MAY 2 - WEDNESDAY MAY 3: Spiritual care for cancer patients and family workshop.
Contact Sande Ramage 027 478 8184 or email@example.com. TUESDAY MAY 2: St Peter’s Lunchtime Concert ’’From Baroque to Modern’’ with Gemma Savill, Ainsley Smithers and Marian Sun - flautist pupils of Chrissy Hunter, 12.15 - 12.45pm, St Peter’s Anglican Church, Terrace End. Bring your lunch, tea and coffee provided. Enquiries Alyson 358 5053. TUESDAY MAY 2: Living with Atrial Fibrillation? Information and support session 5.30pm Heart Foundation, 105 Queen St. Family/Whanau welcome. Register Heart Foundation 358 7745.
TUESDAY, MAY 2: Support group for parents whose children have broken contact. 7pm, Quaker Meeting House, 227 College St. Contact Jacque firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEDNESDAY MAY 3: Best Years guest speaker city councillor Lew Findlay on projects to help the homeless and the needy including ‘‘Street Van’’, 9.30 - 11.30am, St David’s Church, Main St. Visitors $5. Enquiries 356 9972. WEDNESDAY MAY 3: Reel Earth
Environmental Film Festival Baobabs between Land and Sea, 6.30pm, Event Cinemas, Downtown. Enquiries Julia Panfylova 021 050 5741.
WEDNESDAY MAY 3: That SAS attack - what happened? Hit & Run’s Nicky Hager on Operation Burnham, 7pm, City Library. Enquiries Tomo 021 176 8711.
The Supermarket Sisterhood is on Friday at the Globe Theatre.