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THURS­DAY OC­TO­BER 12: En­vi­ro­fest 2017 Eco kids - does your pet get bored?, 10am - 12pm, Youth Space; Talk - What is ghost fish­ing?, 6 - 7pm, Te Manawa. De­tails pncet.org.nz.

THURS­DAY OC­TO­BER 12: Mil­i­tary his­tory pre­sen­ta­tion, Hu­man­i­tar­ian As­sis­tance and Disas­ter Re­lief Op­er­a­tions – Trop­i­cal Cy­clone WIn­ston by Ma­jor Chris-Wil­son, mid­day, Gallery 5 (Art Gallery), Te Manawa Mu­seum, $3 en­try.

THURS­DAY OC­TO­BER 12 - OC­TO­BER 14: Wit by Mar­garet Ed­son with Gael Hain­ing Eade, 7.30, the Rare Theatre, Shed 23, 23 Princess St. Tix Shed23­book­ings@gmail.com

THURS­DAY OC­TO­BER 12: Swamp Fest 2017, live lo­cal mu­sic fes­ti­val, 8pm, FX2, Square Edge, Church St. En­quiries Face­book.

FRI­DAY OC­TO­BER 13: En­vi­ro­fest 2017 - Wa­ter treat­ment and waste­water treat­ment plant guided tour, 9.30am - 3pm; Kids pro­gramme on river pol­lu­tion, 2 - 3pm, Te Manawa. De­tails pncet.org.nz.

FRI­DAY OC­TO­BER 13: City coun­cil­lor Leonie Hapeta - re­vi­tal­i­sa­tion of Broad­way and the CBD, 11.45am, Palmer­ston North Lunch Club, Ho­tel Coach­man. En­quiries Don 357 4872.

FRI­DAY OC­TO­BER 13: Sal­va­tion Army’s 14 Hours Home­less event in­cludes ac­tiv­i­ties, speak­ers, meal and movie. Regis­tra­tion from 5.30pm, Sal­va­tion Army Church and Princess. En­quiries 14hour­shome­less.org

FRI­DAY OC­TO­BER 13: Swamp Fest 2017, live lo­cal mu­sic fes­ti­val, 8pm, The Stom­ach, Lom­bard St. En­quiries Face­book.

FRI­DAY OC­TO­BER 13 - SATUR­DAY OC­TO­BER 14: Pink Rib­bon street ap­peal for breast cancer aware­ness and treat­ment re­search, with clock tower il­lu­mi­na­tion, The Square.

SATUR­DAY OC­TO­BER 14: Feild­ing Vin­tage Swap Meet and car show, 7.30am - 3pm, Man­feild Sta­dium, sell­ers $20, public $10 (un­der 12 free). En­quiries Trevor Hardy 323 4040.

SATUR­DAY OC­TO­BER 14: Con­ser­va­tion Week tree plant­ing at Waitoe­toe Park, free bar­be­cue, mu­sic, chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties, weed iden­ti­fi­ca­tion and ad­vice, and a free na­tive tree to take home, 10am -12pm, Waitoe­toe Park, ac­cess from Maxwells Line.

SATUR­DAY OC­TO­BER 14: En­vi­ro­fest 2017 - Massey cam­pus gar­dens tour, 12 - 2pm; Project Base­line, Lake Pupuke by Ebrahim Hus­sain, 3.30 - 4.30pm, Te Manawa. De­tails pncet.org.nz.

SATUR­DAY OC­TO­BER 14: Black Dog Ball with Shenani­gans, plus char­ity auc­tion for Mike King’s Key To Life char­ity and lo­cal men­tal health sup­port, 6pm - mid­night, Silks Lounge, Awa­puni Func­tion Cen­tre. En­quiries and tix see Face­book.

WED­NES­DAY OC­TO­BER 18: Best Years with Anna Green ‘‘Remembering Our Fam­i­lies’ Past’’ in­ter­gen­er­a­tional oral his­tory project, 9.30 – 11.30am, St David’s Church, Main St Ter­race End. Vis­i­tors $5. En­quiries 356 9972.

WED­NES­DAY OC­TO­BER 18: Oper­atu­nity Day­time Con­cert Se­ries present Fab­u­lous 50’s, 11am, Life Church, 590 Feather­ston St, Book­ings 0508 266 237/ oper­atu­nity.co.nz

WED­NES­DAY OC­TO­BER 18: Swamp Fest 2017, live lo­cal mu­sic fes­ti­val, 7pm, Hal­cyon, Cuba St. En­quiries Face­book.


MANAWATU COUN­TRY MU­SIC CLUB: Meet monthly, 3rd Sun­days, Oc­to­ber 15, 12.45pm, Ran­giora Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Ran­giora Ave. En­quiries Eileen 354 5607.

MANAWATUNES BAR­BER­SHOP: Acapella four-part har­mony for male singers, Wed­nes­days, 7.15pm, Red Cross Train­ing Room, 245 Main St West. En­quiries Gregg 354 9554/ Ross 358 6880.

MES­SIAH 2017: Re­hearsals for PN Choral So­ci­ety De­cem­ber 2 per­for­mance, Mon­days, 7.30pm, St Peter’s Church, Ruahine St. En­quiries Heather Mur­phy 021 150 5383.

CROWS FEET DANCE COL­LEC­TIVE: Per­for­mance based con­tem­po­rary dance project for women aged 30+, 6pm to 7.30pm, Thurs­days, Dance­works stu­dio 3, 60 King St. En­quiries tani­akopy­tko@gmail.com/ 027 631 0105/ 358 3102.


ZIM­MER­MAN: Manawatu¯ de­but for the metic­u­lously hand-stitched forms of Kather­ine Clay­pole, 359 Main St. En­quiries 353 0122/ zim­mer­man.co.nz/ art@zim­mer­man.co.nz

TEMANAWA: 24 paint­ings by Euan Macleod; Golden Dreams: Land­scape views; Palmy at Play, Our River - Te Awa oManawatu; The Topp Twins, 10am - 5pm, 326 Main St. En­quiries 355 5000.

UPCYCLING CLUB 1: Free arts and craft work­shop, 3rd Satur­day each month, 1 – 3pm, Te Manawa Mu­seum. En­quiries up­cy­cling­club1@gmail.com

ART STARS: Art classes for kids aged 5 - 7yrs, Tues­days, 3.30 - 4.30pm, Square Edge. Reg­is­ter Jo, 027 525 2273/ art­stars4kids@gmail.com

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/ mp­shot­ton@kinect.co.nz

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.


PARENTLINE: Teenagers in the house! - Triple P group for par­ents of teens, 6.30 - 8.45pm from Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 1. Triple P dis­cus­sion groups and strate­gies for par­ents of 3-8 year olds, 2-hour ses­sions in Roslyn & Awa­puni. Reg­is­ter Parentline 355 1655.


QUIZ NIGHT: Mil­son School fundraiser, $100 per team (max 6 peo­ple), 7pm, Satur­day Oc­to­ber 28, Palmer­ston North Golf Club. Sup­per pro­vided and bar avail­able. Reg­is­ter mil­sonptaquiznight@gmail.com

PALMER­STON NORTH MAC USERS GROUP: Open dis­cus­sion on Mac re­lated top­ics, bring along your ques­tions, 7.30pm, Thurs­day Oc­to­ber 12, Mil­son Com­mu­nity Hall. Gold coin do­na­tion, sup­per pro­vided. En­quiries roger.edie58@gmail.com

MED­I­TA­TION DROP-IN CLASSES: Weekly classes suit­able for all, no book­ings re­quired, Wed­nes­days 78.30pm, Amitabha Bud­dhist Cen­tre, 174 Al­bert St. $12 do­na­tion. En­quiries med­i­tatein­palmer­ston­north.org

CAP MONEY COURSE : Free 3-week money man­age­ment course pri­ori­tis­ing what you value, man­ag­ing debt, liv­ing within your means and sav­ing, 1 - 2.45pm, from Novem­ber 2, St Matthews Church, 109 Col­lege St, Awa­puni. Reg­is­ter by Oc­to­ber 26 to Rosie 021 933 624.

ALTRUSA IN­TER­NA­TIONAL: A women-only group fo­cused on pro­mot­ing lit­er­acy in the com­mu­nity, meets 2nd Thurs­day of the month. En­quiries Fiona 357 0199.

500 ON FRI­DAYS: A fun evening of cards 1st, 3rd and 5th Fri­days each month, 6.45pm, PN Bridge Club, cnr Cuba and Cook St, $5 in­cludes light re­fresh­ments. En­quiries Jo 357 4910/ 021 139 5367.

EVENING FLORA: In­for­mal flo­ral art club, sec­ond Tues­day each month, 7.30pm, Awa­puni Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. En­quiries Liz 356 7654/ Colleen 357 2185.

IT’S OUR FU­TURE MANAWATU: Monthly meet­ing for any­one in­ter­ested in be­com­ing in­volved in en­vi­ron­men­tal and so­cial con­cerns that af­fect our lo­cal, re­gional or wider com­mu­nity. First Thurs­day each month, 6.30 – 8pm, FX Theatre, Square Edge.

IPU TOASTMASTERS: Im­prove public speak­ing skills, Con­fer­ence Room, by main re­cep­tion of­fice IPU, Wed­nes­days 7.30 pm. En­quiries He­lena 354 0313/ 021 107 2814.

RE­BUS CLUB MANAWATU: First Wed­nes­day each month 9.45am, PN Bridge Club, cnr Cook and Cuba St. En­quiries Goff 356 2968.

PIT PARK PEO­PLE: Work­ing par­ties every third Sun­day of the month, 1.30 - 3.30pm, Pit Park, Feather­ston St, Roslyn. En­quiries 354 0062/ face­book.com/pit­park.palmer­ston­north

PN RSA: Club night for mem­bers, part­ners, vis­i­tors, 4 - 7pm, Wed­nes­days, Dis­tinc­tion Ho­tel, Camp­bell St en­trance. En­quiries Mon and Fri 1 - 4pm, 354 8271.

WAITOE­TOE RE­SERVE COM­MU­NITY: Na­tive trees, shrubs, fruit and nut tree plant­ing; re­store na­tive veg­e­ta­tion; re­lease and mulch plants, re­move weeds work­ing bees, last Sun­day of each month, 10am to noon. All wel­come. En­quiries Jenny 358 2905/ Heather 354 1765/ WRC Face­book.


TIRITEA WOMEN’S IN­STI­TUTE: Meets Quaker Hall, 227 Col­lege St, every 2nd Fri­day of the month, 1.30pm. En­quiries 358 2611.

RAISE UP CREW: En­thu­si­as­tic, mo­ti­vated com­mu­nity-minded young peo­ple aged 14-24 years-old wanted for crew mem­ber­ship. En­quiries Jenn Chap­man, youth work co-or­di­na­tor, YMCA Cen­tral 358 8921/ 0800 YMCA 4 U/ 027 504 4194/ jenn.chap­man@ym­ca­cen­tral.org.nz

HOKOWHITU RE­BUS CLUB: Guest speak­ers, out­ings; din­ners, day-trips, ac­tiv­i­ties, friend­ship. Vis­i­tors and new mem­bers wel­come. First Thurs­day each month, 9.15am. Com­mu­nity Leisure Cen­tre, 569 Fer­gu­son St. En­quiries: Carolyne 354 7609.

TIMEBANK MANAWATU: Share skills and value peo­ple. Trade time at no cost. Timebank cham­pi­ons wanted. Reg­is­ter time­bankmanawatu.org.nz

AWA­PUNI GAR­DEN CLUB: Morn­ing tea, 9.30am fol­lowed by a va­ri­ety of speak­ers, 10am every third Tues­day, Awa­puni Com­mu­nity Hall, New­bury St. En­quiries Peggy 357 5600.

TOASTMASTERS: Learn to speak con­fi­dently with the Palmer­ston North club 1st, 3rd and 5th Mon­days, 7:30pm, Hear­ing House, 435 Church St. All wel­come. En­quiries Sh­eryl 358 8313.

CHRIS­TIAN OUT­REACH: Look­ing for peo­ple in­ter­ested in join­ing a monthly out­reach group meet­ing. En­quiries 027 558 6806.

AL­TER­NA­TIVES TO VI­O­LENCE PROJECT: Prac­ti­cal and fun work­shop, Quaker Meet­ing House 7, meals pro­vided. Reg­is­ter 353 7742/ Jacque.Aldridge@gmail.com

FITZHERBERT RE­BUS CLUB: Vis­i­tors and new mem­bers wel­come (re­tired/semi-re­tired) for friend­ship, ac­tiv­i­ties, out­ings and guest speak­ers, PN Golf Club, Bright­wa­ter Tce, 9.45am, 2nd Wed. each month. En­quiries Der­rick 357 6630/ Al­lain 358 5632.

RE­BUS CLUB of PALMER­STON NORTH: New mem­bers wel­come for good com­pany, great talks and out­ings, 9.30am, Com­mu­nity Leisure Cen­tre, 569 Fer­gu­son St, 1st Tues­day each month). En­quiries Sue 363 8629/ Dean 354 5795.

BE­GIN­NERS ITAL­IAN CLASSES: QEC, 6.30 - 8.30pm, Wed­nes­days and Thurs­days. Intermediate classes also avail­able. En­quiries Lucy QEC/ Bev 027 278 3120.

GAMES AF­TER­NOON: 1st and 3rd Thurs­days, 1.30pm. Free. Af­ter­noon tea pro­vided. All wel­come. St Mark’s Hall, 117 Col­lege Street, Awa­puni. En­quires Reita 357 5869.

JUST HOPE: Free com­mu­nity meal from 5pm, Mon­days, Legacy, cnr High­bury/ Brent­wood Ave. En­quiries John Faiz 357 1276.

HOUSIE: 40 games, su­per house, keno, money raf­fle; RSA Trust Wel­fare Fund, 10am, Tues­days, Ter­race End Bowl­ing Club, Sum­mer­hays St. En­quiries Jacquie 356 7673.

BO­LIVIA/ MAH-JONG: Learn to play, Mon­day and Wed­nes­day af­ter­noons. En­quiries Ray 350 3021/ Lorna 356 4405

PN RSA: Club night for mem­bers, part­ners and vis­i­tors, al­ter­nat­ing Wed­nes­days and Thurs­days, Dis­tinc­tion Ho­tel, Cuba St, Camp­bell St en­trance, 4 - 7pm. En­quiries 354 8271.

MEET­ING POINT: Crafts, knit­ting, sewing, cro­chet­ing, paint­ing, bud­get cook­ing, tai chi, cards, morn­ing tea, St David’s Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, cnr Main and Rain­forth Sts (opp Memo­rial Park), 10am to 12noon, Tues­days. All wel­come. Creche avail­able. Gold coin koha. En­quiries 358 3246.

CLAIRVOYANCE AND HEAL­ING: New guest medi­ums each week, all wel­come, Sun­days, 7pm, Manawatu Spir­i­tual and Heal­ing Cen­tre, Mil­son Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. En­quiries Mar­garet 06 329 3894.


ASH­HURST COM­MU­NITY MAR­KET: First mar­ket of the sea­son, lo­cal pro­duce, shar­ing ta­ble, 10 - 1pm, Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 14, rain or shine every sec­ond Satur­day, Vil­lage Green and li­brary grounds, Ash­hurst. En­quiries Helen ash­hurst­com­mu­ni­ty­mar­ket@gmail.com.

ST MARKS MAR­KET DAY: Satur­day Oc­to­ber 21, Labour Week­end, 9am - 1pm, cnr Kop­utara Rd/ Kawhata ST, Hi­matangi Beach. Stalls avail­able $10-00 per site. En­quiries Ruth 06 329 9642. RANGITĪKEI STREET MAR­KET: Sun­days from 7am, 78 Rangitīkei 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.

HOKOWHITU VIL­LAGE FARM­ERS MAR­KET: Every 3rd Sun­day of the month. Lo­cal pro­duce, ar­ti­san food stalls, street food, live mu­sic, Hokowhitu Vil­lage Court­yard, 9am - 1pm. En­quiries Robin 027 283 6853.

Karl Perigo, Suzanne Lynch and Pat Ur­lich are in Oper­atu­nity’s ‘‘Fab­u­lous 50s’’ Day­time Con­cert at Life Church next Wed­nes­day.

Whanganui artist Kather­ine Clay­pole’s a hand-stitched thread draw­ing is part of an Oc­to­ber ex­hi­bi­tion at Zim­mer­man called ‘‘From Her Per­spec­tive’’.

FMX rid­ers jump over the Globe of Death dur­ing We­ber Bros Cir­cus, per­form­ing in Palmer­ston North un­til Satur­day 21.

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