ALBERT STREET MARKET: Saturdays, 6am to 11am, cnr Albert and Church St. Enquiries: Tony 06 353 6494. RANGITIKEI STREET MARKET:
Sundays from 7am, 78 Rangitikei St. Sheltered sites available $10. Enquiries Belinda 021 263 3586. CLOVERLEA SUNDAY MARKET:
Sundays 7am - 1pm, Cloverlea Tavern carpark, 301 Tremaine Ave. Enquiries-Maruna 021 747 668/ 06 213 9902.
SPORT & FITNESS
TAKARO TABLE TENNIS CLUB: Monday’s 7.30pm, Takaro Sports Club, corner Featherston St/ Botanical Rd. $40 a season or $5 a night. Enquiries Barry Wynks 027 457 1378.
DANCEXERCISE: Fun, innovative, dance fitness project for adults. Wide variety of dance styles plus core strengthening and stretching. Tuesday and Thursday 10 - 11am Square Edge Dance Studio. Enquiries Tania 027 631 0105 firstname.lastname@example.org
LINTON 9-HOLE GOLF: Tees off 9.30am Friday mornings at the course inside the army camp. Provide photo ID at camp gate. All welcome, $5 for members, $10 for others. Enquiries 356 7492/ 027 224 2171/ email@example.com
BADMINTON: Palmerston North Badminton Club, juniors Mondays, 6pm-7.30pm (excl school & public holidays), PNBHS New Gym, Wellesbourne St. Enquiries Cheerie, 021 023 09994, seniors Tuesday, 7.30pm-9.30pm, B&M Centre, Pascal St. Enquiries James, 020 409 70530. www.pnbc.org.nz QIGONG EXERCISES: Beginners and experienced practitioners welcome, 1.30 - 2.30pm, Wednesdays, Kairanga Hall, 1103 Kairanga-Bunnythorpe Rd. Enquiries Colleen 06 359 2883.
INDOOR BOWLS: Northern Bowling Club, North St, Tuesdays, 1.15pm, three games and a cuppa. Phone Max 354 4339. INDOOR BOWLS: Hokowhitu Bowling Club indoor bowls, 1pm, Tuesdays and Fridays INDOOR BOWLS: Senior Citizens Rooms, Main St (opp Globe Theatre), 1.15– 3.30pm, newcomers welcome, lessons. Enquiries Keith Bellhouse 357 1710.
INDOOR BOWLS: Westend Indoor Bowling Club’s new season, 7.30pm,
Westend School Hall, Tuesdays. All welcome. Tuition given. Enquiries Karen 353 0665. INDOOR BOWLS: Linton Indoor Bowling Club, 6.45 - 9pm, Mondays, Linton Camp Community Hall. Enquiries Laureen Holdaway 358 2611. INDOOR BOWLS: Russell Street Indoor Bowling Club, 7.15pm, Tuesdays, Russell Street School Hall. New members welcome. Enquiries Les 357 6281/ Raymonda 357 5298.
INDOOR BOWLS: Whakarongo Community Hall., 7.30pm, Tuesday. Enquiries Shirley 356 2930/ Helen 357 3352. ST BRIGID’S INDOOR BOWLING:
Coaching, social and competitive bowls, 10 mats, 7.15pm, Tuesdays, St John’s Hall, Camden St, Feilding. Subs $25, under 18’s $10. Wear flat soled shoes. Enquiries Jeanette (president) 323 8968/ Brent (club captain) 323 8770.
CROQUET: Rose Gardens Croquet Club, The Esplanade. Tuesdays and
Saturdays, Manawaroa Pavilion car park behind Cafe´ Esplanade, 12.45pm. Enquiries Rex 359 2334. MANAWATU PETANQUE CLUB:
1.15pm for 1.30 start, Thursdays and Sundays. Tuition given 74 North St, PN. Tuition given. Enquiries David 354 2632. TEN-PIN BOWLING: Experienced players and beginners are welcome to join the Prime Time League for fun and friendship. Enquiries Jan 021 023 99333. ARTISTIC SKATING: Learn to skate classes with NZ reps and coaches, Tuesdays 4.30 - 5.45pm, Bell Hall, Arena 5, Waldegrave St. Skates provided or BYO. Enquiries Kylie Shirley 358 2301.
SPEED SKATING: Learn to skate classes with NZ reps and coaches, Wednesdays 5.30 - 6.30pm, Bell Hall, Arena 5, Waldegrave St. Skates provided or BYO. Until Dec 18Enquiries Vikki Gibbs 358 9387.
MARCHING: GoldnBlack Supremes leisure marching team offers fun, fitness and friendship for ex-marchers wanting to get back into marching, or anyone wanting to try it out, 6 - 8pm, Tuesdays. Enquiries Jennie 359 3663/ 027 3680 383, firstname.lastname@example.org
SIT AND BE FIT: Gentle exercise programme, Church of Christ, Botanical Rd, 1.30pm, Fridays. Free. Enquiries Janet 357 2659.
DIABETES: Free, informative and interactive Healthy Living cooking demo with dietitians, Tuesday, August 15, 11am – 12.30pm. Diabetes management course, PN, 9.30 - 11.30am, Saturday, August 19. Register MHT Diabetes Trust 357 5992/ diabetestrust.org.nz/ email@example.com
HEALING ROOMS: Using the healing power of prayer, All Saints, The Square, Wednesdays 12 - 2pm, Thursdays 7.30 -8.30pm. No appointments, no charge. Enquiries Ginny Norris 355 4420.
YOUNG WIDOW AND WIDOWERS CLUB: First Sunday of the month, support and social group for people of all ages who have experienced a loss. Lunchtime meeting. Enquiries Colleen 3570037 and Lee 3530201.
ARTHRITIS SUPPORT EXERCISE GROUP: Gentle exercise based on folk dancing, squeezee ball exercises, tai chi and qi gong. Experienced instructors. $3, includes afternoon tea, Community Leisure Centre, Ferguson St, 2pm, Thursdays. Enquiries-Merilyn 356 4512.
GRIEF COURSE: Explore grief in a safe and confidential environment. Surviving Loss groups facilitated by Paul Ranby and sponsored by St. Davids Presbyterian Church, 7.30pm, 5 Monday nights from August 28. Registrations and enquiries 357 4112/ 027 357 4115 / firstname.lastname@example.org
MANAWATU BREATHE EASY SUPPORT GROUP: Meets socially for adults with chronic asthma, emphysema and other respiratory diseases, 10.30am, third Thursday of each month, Community Leisure Centre, Ferguson St. Enquiries Owen 358 7491.
HEARTWALK AND SUPPORT: For people living with a heart condition, and their whanau, 2pm, Thursdays, Victoria Esplanade by the children’s playground carpark. Register Heart Foundation 358 7745.
EZZEMEALS: Frozen meals available from St Matthews Church, 109 College St, Tuesdays 4 - 5pm, Thursdays 11 - 12pm. Large meals $9; medium $6. Home delivery Wednesday or Friday mornings ($2.50 fee). Enquiries, brochures and orders 355 2254.
LGBT: Find groups intimidating? Drop into MaLGRA’s clubrooms, 2pm to 5pm, Thursdays. Icebreakers open 7pm to 9pm, room 203, 2nd floor, Square Edge, Church St.
ACA: Adult Children of Alcoholic or dysfunctional homes. A support group for those who grew up in alcoholic or dysfunctional homes, starting soon. Enquiries Briana 021 0295 3642.
AL-ANON: To support families or friends concerned about someone’s drinking, 7pm to 8pm, Thursday, Plunket Rooms, Vogel St. Enquiries 0508 425 266.
Manawatu Dancing Club is having a tea dance on Sunday at the Senior Citizens Hall.