THIS WEEK

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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 manawatu@doc.govt.nz

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_ gopal@ya­hoo.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/ pn@theos­o­phy.org.nz

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

3102.

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 sande.ra­m­age@mid­cen­traldhb.govt.nz. 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 es­tranged­par­ents33@gmail.com.

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.

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