THIS WEEK

The Tribune (NZ) - - WHAT'S ON -

THURS­DAY JUNE 29: Free cof­fee, cake and craft. Do your own crafts, share your skills or learn some Steiner crafts. Sup­plies avail­able for $2 or BYO. Chil­dren wel­come, 9 - 10.30am, Matariki Ru­dolf Steiner Kin­der­garten, 187 Ruahine St.

THURS­DAY JUNE 29: Aglow with Mar­i­anne O’Con­nell shar­ing on what God has been teach­ing her through Game Chang­ers and her trip to Is­rael, 10am, Bridge Club Rooms, Cnr Cook + Cuba St. En­quiries Jen­nifer 356 1891.

THURS­DAY JUNE 29: Win­ter Fes­ti­val world’s largest scrum record at­tempt, PNBHS reg­is­tra­tion to par­tic­i­pate from 12mid­day, record at­tempt 1.30pm. Free.

THURS­DAY JUNE 29 - FRI­DAY JUNE 30: Win­ter Fes­ti­val Street Fest, with Bren­don Thomas and The Vibes, the NZ Army Stage Band, the Frank Burkitt Band, Truly Made and Samir Loumachi, food trucks, Vil­lage Night Mar­ket, Youth Space car­ni­val stalls, free, 11.30am – 1.30pm and 4pm – 9.30pm, Ge­orge St.

THURS­DAY JUNE 29: The BBC’s The Goon Show Live with PNBHS Stage Band & OK Cho­rale: The Tallest Moun­tain in The World/The Dreaded Bat­ter Pud­ding Hurler,

7pm, Spiers Cen­tre, Feather­ston St. School fundraiser. Tix $20, PNBHS/ 354 5176/ Eventfinda.

THURS­DAY JUNE 29 - SATUR­DAY JULY 1: Ge­orge Or­well’s 1984 adapted by Michael Gene Sul­li­van, di­rected by Scott An­drew, Globe The­atre, 7.30pm. En­quiries/tix 354 4409/glo­bethe­atre.co.nz FRI­DAY JUNE 30: Win­ter Fes­ti­val presents the Bri­tish & Ir­ish Lions Male Choir with PNBHS OK Cho­rale and Frey­berg High’s Bel­las and Fel­las, 2pm, Con­fer­ence & Func­tion Cen­tre, Main St, $10. En­quiries Ticket Di­rect.

FRI­DAY JUNE 30: The BBC’s The Goon Show Live with PNBHS Stage Band & OK Cho­rale: The Tallest Moun­tain in The World/ The Lost Trea­sure of Loch Lomond, 7pm, Spiers Cen­tre, Feather­ston St. School fundraiser. Tix $20, PNBHS/ 354 5176/ Eventfinda.

FRI­DAY JUNE 30 - SATUR­DAY 1:

The Gov­ern­ment Inspector by Nick­o­lai Go­gol, Feild­ing Lit­tle The­atre Play­ers, di­rected by Dan Ma­teer, 8pm, Feild­ing Lit­tle The­atre, Stafford St. Tix 323 5051/ Eventfinda

FRI­DAY JUNE 30: Cafe Night,

Palmer­ston North Folk Mu­sic Club, 8pm, Theo­soph­i­cal Hall, 304 Church St. Mem­bers $3, non-mem­bers $5, school chil­dren and first-com­ers free. En­quiries 355 9076/ pn­folk­club.wee­bly.com/ SATUR­DAY JULY 1 - SUN­DAY JULY 2: Board in Palmy, mod­ern board game expo, tour­na­ment, begin­ners cor­ner, prize draws, games stalls, 10am - 10pm/10am -6pm, Palmer­ston North Bridge Club, Cook & Cuba cor­ner, adults $5.

SATUR­DAY JULY 1: Toy clear­ance and sausage siz­zle, 8 - 10am, Plun­ket Fam­ily Cen­tre, 42 Al­bert St. En­quiries 351 6509/ he­len.sned­don@plun­ket.org.nz

SATUR­DAY JULY 1: Com­mu­nity Groove for Methodist So­cial Ser­vices Food Bank. Re­laxed fun dance ex­pe­ri­ence, en­try 5 or more cans of food, 10am, Stu­dio 2, Anom­aly Dance Stu­dio, 310 Ran­gi­tikei St. En­quiries Paula info@hanas­tu­dio.co.nz

SATUR­DAY JULY 1: Free hands on rose prun­ing demon­stra­tion with Manawatu Rose So­ci­ety mem­bers, 1.30pm Du­gald Mackenzie Rose Gar­dens gazebo, Vic­to­ria Es­planade (wet weather day, Satur­day July 8). BYO secateurs. En­quiries Peter 358 0071/ gizmo@inspire.netnz SATUR­DAY JULY 1: The BBC’s The Goon Show Live with PNBHS Stage

Band & OK Cho­rale: The Tallest Moun­tain in The World/The Span­ish

Suit­case, 7pm, Spiers Cen­tre, Feather­ston St. School fundraiser. Tix $20, PNBHS/ 354 5176/ Eventfinda.

SATUR­DAY JULY 1: The Palmer­ston North Cho­ral So­ci­ety present Re­quiems by Mozart and Faure con­ducted by Ali­son Ste­wart with Imo­gen Thirl­wall so­prano, Elizabeth Har­ris mezzo, Nigel Tongs tenor, Joe Christensen bass/bari­tone and or­gan­ist Dou­glas Mews, 7.30pm, St Peters Angli­can Church, Ter­race End. Tix $25/$20/$15.

SATUR­DAY JULY 1: So­cial danc­ing with the Manawatu Danc­ing Club, mid win­ter cel­e­bra­tion with a black and red theme, 7.30 -11pm, Se­nior Ci­ti­zens Hall, 309 Main St. $10 - ladies with a plate free en­try. En­quiries Tom and Adri­enne 356 9620.

SUN­DAY JULY 2: Globe Sun­day Mati­nee Per­for­mances present Chris Dann - jazz pi­ano, and friends, play­ing clas­si­cal hits, 2.30pm, Globe The­atre. En­try by koha.

MON­DAY JULY 3: Ride of the Le­gends with for­mer Bri­tish & Ir­ish Lions Rodger Arneil, Roger Ut­t­ley, Shane Byrne, cy­cling 114km from Master­ton to Palmer­ston North. En­quiries pos­i­tive­lyrugby@gmail.com

TUES­DAY JULY 4: St Peters Lunchtime Con­cert – Amer­i­cana with For Folks Sake, 12.15 - 12.45pm, St Peters Angli­can Church, Ter­race End. BYO lunch, tea and cof­fee pro­vided. En­quiries Alyson 358 5053.

WED­NES­DAY JULY 5: Stamp Club/ Manawatu Philatelic So­ci­ety with guest speaker Jenny Ban­field on ‘‘Post­cards: Me­sopotamia to Iraq, 7.30pm, Val Ken­ward Room, Leisure Cen­tre, 569 Ferguson St. Visi­tors wel­come. En­quiries Neil 354 4449/ nafsc@xtra.co.nz.’’ WED­NES­DAY JULY 5: Manawatu Prop­erty In­vestor As­so­ci­a­tion - Land­lord of the Year, Kathryn Seque, 7.30pm, Palmer­ston North Bridge Club, Cook and Cuba St. Mem­bers free, public $20. En­quiries Ben Har­tle 027 955 8956.

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