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BLACK BOOTS LEG­END: Win­ter Fes­ti­val out­door pho­to­graphic ex­hi­bi­tion from Wed­nes­day June 28 - 150 rugby images from 1972/73 All Blacks Euro­pean tour by pho­tog­ra­pher Barry Du­rant, Te Manawa Mu­seum.

TAY­LOR JENSEN: ’’The Spa­ces Be­tween’’ - new paint­ings by Anne Mor­ris. Of­fi­cial open­ing 5 -6.30pm, Satur­day, June 17, Tay­lor-Jensen Fine Arts Gallery, 33 Ge­orge St. En­quiries Stu­art Schwartz, 355 4278/ fin­earts@tay­

ZIM­MER­MAN: Re­becca Wal­lis: The Oth­er­ness of Our­selves, 359 Main St. En­quiries 353 0122/ zim­mer­ art@zim­mer­

MANAWATU POT­TERY SO­CI­ETY: En­joy cre­at­ing your own ce­ramic work of art, 5.30 - 8.30pm Wed­nes­days; 10am - 4pm 1st & 3rd Satur­days, Kowhai Park Pav­il­ion, South St, Feild­ing. En­quiries Shalome 021 1573135/ John 323 6828/ Lu­cia 021 065 3667.

TEMANAWA: The Topp Twins, 10am - 5pm, un­til Oc­to­ber 29, 326 Main St. En­quiries 355 5000.

SQUARE EDGE GALLERY: Art for Syria, a World Vi­sion ex­hi­bi­tion and auc­tion of orig­i­nal work for Syr­ian refugees, The Square. En­quiries 353 2800.

MAR­TON BAR­BER’S ART GALLERY: Works by John Arch­bold, Lorraine Bar­nett, Gay Down­ing, Raewyn Green, Don Hill, Craig Hooker, Judy John­stone, De­siree Singer and David Tay­lor, 26 High St Mar­ton, 10am – 2pm, Tues­day to Satur­day. En­quiries John 027 489 6101

MANAWATU ART EXPO: Feild­ing & Dis­trict Art So­ci­ety 10th an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion, Palmer­ston North Con­ven­tion Cen­tre, July 14 - 16. Reg­is­tra­tions close May 31: Reg­is­ter Ro Clarke 356 8350/, Lois Price 357 8783.

STU­DIO ON THE SQUARE ARTS & CRAFT CLASSES: Adults and chil­dren’s art classes, spe­cial­ist work­shops in wa­ter colour, oils, char­coal, por­trai­ture and in­ten­sive colour. En­quiries 353 2802.

PALMER­STON NORTH FILM SO­CI­ETY: Mon­days 6pm, Cin­ema 2, Events Cin­e­mas, Down­town Shop­ping Cen­tre. En­quiries Myra 354 1493/ mp­shot­

UP­CY­CLING CLUB 1: Im­prove well­be­ing and cre­ativ­ity at free arts and craft work­shops, third Satur­day each month, 1pm - 3 pm, Te Manawa. Try Tan­gram Chal­lenge and more. Adults and chil­dren wel­come. En­quiries up­cy­cling­

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