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THURS­DAY 7 - SATUR­DAY 9: Songs For No­bod­ies by Joanna Mur­ray-Smith , di­rected by Ross Gum­b­ley, star­ring Ali Harper, 8pm, Cen­tre­point The­atre. En­quiries/ book­ings 280 Church St, 354 5740/ cen­tre­ FRI­DAY SEPTEM­BER 8 - TUES­DAY 12: Manawatu Writ­ers’ Festival, with guest speak­ers and au­thors Owen Mar­shall, Rachel McA­pline, Chris Gallavin, Thom Con­roy, and MC, co­me­dian Ear­mon Marra, var­i­ous lo­cal­i­ties and times, Feild­ing Pub­lic Li­brary and other venues. En­quiries man­awatuwrit­ers­fes­ti­

FRI­DAY 8: ITM Cup rugby, Manawatu Tur­bos v Bay of Plenty Steam­ers, 7.45pm, Cen­tral En­ergy Trust Arena.

FRI­DAY 8: World Mu­sic, 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.wee­


SUN­DAY SEPTEM­BER 17: Drive Elec­tric Week - Dis­play & Ride, 12 - 3pm, Satur­day, The Square. En­quiries Sue Pug­mire sue@net­ 021 463 677.

SATUR­DAY 9: So­cial Jus­tice Week fo­rum with Car­i­tas, com­mu­nity panel and PN elec­torate can­di­dates, 10am - 1pm, Palmer­ston North Catholic Dioce­san Cen­tre, 33 Ames­bury St. Shared lunch. En­quiries Dion Martin 021 776 029

SATUR­DAY 9: Manawatu Craft and Food Fair, 85 craft and food stalls, 10am – 3pm, Bar­ber Hall, Walde­grave St, free en­try and a fundraiser for Aro­hanui Hospice. En­quiries man­awatu­craftand­food­

SATUR­DAY 9: Se­cure plates to make car crime harder. Tam­per re­sis­tant screws fit­ted to ve­hi­cle reg­is­tra­tion plates by Com­mu­nity Patrol mem­bers, 11am - 4pm, Mitre 10 Mega car park, Feather­ston St. Cold coin do­na­tion.

SATUR­DAY 9: So­cial dancing with the Manawatu Dancing Club, 7.30 - 11pm, Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall, 309 Main St, $10 - ladies with asup­per plate, free. En­quiries Tom and Adri­enne 356 9620.

SUN­DAY 10: World Sui­cide Pre­ven­tion Day Shoes for Sui­cide pre­ven­tion, 6pm, clock tower, The Square. En­quiries si­mon.oost­er­ Yeswe­

TUES­DAY 12: Big Tennent Drive Tidy Up for Keep New Zealand Beau­ti­ful Clean Up Week with Tom Carr and Heather Knox, midday - 1pm, main en­trance AgRe­search, Dairy Farm Rd. Gloves, grab­bers and bags pro­vided. En­quiries Tom Carr Fon­terra, Heather Knox, AgRe­search.

TUES­DAY 12: For­est & Bird Manawatu Branch Night, Pro­fes­sor Brett Gartrell ‘‘Sur­vival on the Edge - De­vel­op­ment of the Wild base Re­search Cen­tre’’, 7.30pm, City Li­brary, Ge­orge St. See na­turesvoice­m­ WED­NES­DAY SEPTEM­BER 13:

Drive Elec­tric Week - EVs on Cam­pus, 12 - 2pm, Massey Con­course. En­quiries Sue Pug­mire sue@net­ 021 463 677.

WED­NES­DAY 13: Pi­anist Guy Don­ald­son plays Schu­bert Im­promp­tus for the ‘‘Go­ing Walk About’’ St An­drews in the City Con­cert Se­ries, 12.30pm, St Peter’s Church, Ruahine St. Free ad­mis­sion, do­na­tions in­vited, tea, cof­fee, fruit juice pro­vided. En­quiries Roy Tanker­s­ley tanks@par­ WED­NES­DAY SEPTEM­BER 13:

Palmer­ston North De­cides - En­vi­ron­ment & In­fra­struc­ture/ Ed­u­ca­tion & Youth, with can­di­dates from the ma­jor po­lit­i­cal par­ties, 1 - 3pm, Han­cock Com­mu­nity House, King St. En­quiries michelle.mac­

WED­NES­DAY 13 - SATUR­DAY 16: Among Strangers - a trio of short plays by Angie Far­row, di­rected by Tracey Lynne Cody, 6.30om & 7.30pm, Cen­tre­point The­atre.


Palmer­ston North can­di­dates vy­ing for your vote as elec­tion day Septem­ber 23 ap­proaches from left, Thomas Nash (Greens), Iain Lees-Galloway (Labour), Dar­roch Ball (NZ First), Adri­enne Pierce (Na­tional) and Scott An­drew (Money Free Party).

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