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THURS­DAY MAY 18: Enough Is Enough: Free Manawatu Abuse In­ter­ven­tion Net­work train­ing in sup­port of those ex­pe­ri­enc­ing fam­ily vi­o­lence, 9am - 3pm, Across Build­ing, 298 Church St. Reg­is­tra­tions Gail Wood main.nz@gmail.com

THURS­DAY 18: Sort It Expo brings to­gether em­ploy­ers, ed­u­ca­tors, train­ing providers, school leavers and job seek­ers, 9.30am – 3.30pm/ 6 – 8pm, Cen­tral En­ergy Trust Arena.

SATUR­DAY MAY 20: Reel Earth En­vi­ron­men­tal Film Fes­ti­valMak­ing Waves: Sto­ries of Courage and Hope film and fo­rum on cli­mate change in the Pa­cific, 10am - 2.30pm, Te Manawa Mu­seum. Lunch pro­vided, koha wel­come. Free re­serves eventfinda/ bob_skipp@xtra.co.nz

SATUR­DAY 20: Lit­tle Cuba Car­ni­val Ur­ban and Coun­try Gala Day with the Topp Twins and World Vi­sion Cake Bak­ing Com­pe­ti­tion, 10am - 4pm, Ge­orge St. Cake en­tries to Square Edge, Church St, The Square by May 19.

SATUR­DAY 20: Free arts and craft work­shop Tan­gram Chal­lenge, 1 - 3pm, Te Manawa Mu­seum. All wel­come. En­quiries up­cy­cling­club1@gmail.com

SATUR­DAY 20: So­cial danc­ing with the Manawatu Danc­ing Club, mu­sic Ian Farmer, 7.30pm to 11pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, 309 Main St. $10.

En­quiries Tom and Adri­enne 356 9620.

SATUR­DAY 20: Tai Chi Chuan pre­sen­ta­tion by in­struc­tor Tom Robert­son, 7.30pm, Theo­soph­i­cal So­ci­ety Hall, Church St. $5/$2. En­quiries Anthea 353 6221/ pn@theos­o­phy.org.nz

SUN­DAY MAY 21: Bike Manawatu Man­feild 6 Hour Chal­lenge, mul­ti­cat­e­gory com­mu­nity cy­cle re­lay, 9am - 3pm, Man­feild, South St, Feild­ing. Tick­ets 0298 849.

SUN­DAY 21: Manawatu Wood­work­ers Guild open day, wood­work­ing demon­stra­tions, in­ter­club com­pe­ti­tions, trade stalls and craft sales, 9am - 3pm, Bar­ber Hall, Walde­grave St. En­quiriesMike 021 303 596. SUN­DAY 21: Why Med­i­tate? Twoses­sion in­tro­duc­tory course in­cludes morn­ing tea, 10am - 1pm, Amitabha Bud­dhist Cen­tre, 174 Al­bert St. En­quiries 355 3524/ med­i­tatein­palmer­ston­north.org/

SUN­DAY 21: Manawatu Coun­try Mu­sic Club, 12.45pm, Ran­giora Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Ran­giora Ave. En­quiries Eileen 354 5607.

SUN­DAY 21: Manawatu Sin­fo­nia Au­tumn Golden Ju­bilee Con­cert con­ducted by Peter van Drim­me­len, with Nick & Christy Hunter, 2.30pm, Spiers Cen­tre, Feather­ston St.

SUN­DAY 21: Reel Earth En­vi­ron­men­tal Film Fes­ti­valWhen TwoWorlds Col­lide, with speak­ers

from Frack Free Manawatu, Jean Kahui, Steph Hirst, and Dr Fred Hirst, 3pm, Events Cin­ema. Tick­ets Eventfinda

TUES­DAY MAY 23: Sci­ence & Star­tups with Dr. Keith Morgan, Elas­tic Green and Dr. Greg Bryan, Zeakal, 4 - 5.30pm, The Fac­tory, 21 Dairy Far­mRd. Reg­is­ter eventbrite.co.nz

TUES­DAY 23: Reel Earth En­vi­ron­men­tal Film Fes­ti­val How Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Cli­mate Can’t Change, 6.30pm, Events Cin­ema. Tick­ets Eventfinda WED­NES­DAY MAY 24: Sym­phonic Boo­gie - NZSO Fam­ily Con­cert con­ducted by Hamish McKe­ich, 6 - 7pm, Re­gent on Broad­way. Free to reg­is­tered ticket hold­ers. Reg­is­ter nzso.co.nz WED­NES­DAY 24: The Molly Atkin­son Ladies Choral Fes­ti­val, 7pm, St Peters Church, Ruahine St. $5 at the door. All wel­come. A sup­per will fol­low. WED­NES­DAY 24: Prac­ti­cal sto­ry­telling work­shop, 7pm, Matariki Ru­dolf Steiner Kinder­garten, 187 Ruahine St, $10. En­quiries lyn­lee­wal­lace@gmail.com

WED­NES­DAY 24: Ge­neal­ogy, PN Branch NZ So­ci­ety. Mary Skip­worth


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

RE­NAIS­SANCE SINGERS: 30-voice choir per­form­ing mu­sic from the 16th cen­tury to present day. Con­tact mu­si­cal di­rec­tor, Guy Don­ald­son guyju­dith@clear.net.nz/ 357 5932

Job seek­ers are in­vited to this Thurs­day’s Sort It ca­reers expo.

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