Tasman Leader : August 1st 2013
24 THE TASMAN LEADER, AUGUST 1, 2013 WHAT'S ON Ph Kathy 539 0644 M: 021 025 43393 www.kathyhoughton.co.nz | BEING 22 Nile St West 5391549AA Book your massage now and feel fantastic! PREGNANT? Discount packages available • Naturopath • Midwife • Fertility Educator YOUR EARS NEED CARE 469 Main Road, Stoke. Ph 547-2814 Registered Nurse, Member of Ear Nurse Specialist Group Aotearoa 10% Discount on Greypower or Super Gold Card War Pensions / ACC Registered Nelson Nursing Service Accredited Ear Nurse Specialist Pip Mitchell 4392473AB 18 years experience Call the clinic nearest to you: Nelson 03 5469350 Richmond 03 5437153 Motueka 03 5281160 xtn 0 Golden Bay 03 5259808 • Ear Car & Wax Removal • Safe & Gentle • Registered Nurse Ear Specialists • ACC & War Pension approved • Appointments Necessary 5466298AA We're local like you That's the value The Leaders and Nelson Mail donated to over 150 community groups, charities and non-profit organisations in our region last year alone! $200,000! We love this region and want to see it prosper and grow, after all... it's where we live. 5530662AA NELSON CITY Richmond Motueka Nelson Lakes Murchison Collingwood Farewell Spit Rai Valley French Pass D'urville Island F COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD How to place a notice Deadline: Tuesday noon Length: 30 words max including contact details. Submit listing online at theleader.co.nz or post to: Community Noticeboard, The Leader, P O Box 244, Nelson This is a noticeboard for community organisations to inform readers of what is happening. Listings are only for non-profit organisations. Those wishing to have a notice printed must submit their listing weekly. There is no guarantee of notice placement. CONTINUED Page 25 Art, Crafts, Hobbies ASTRONOMY Talk, by Paul Fisher, In search of an asteroid, Thursday August 1, 7.30pm. Cawthron meeting rooms. All welcome. Nelson Science Society. NELSON Film Society Suter Cinema, Thursday August 1, 6pm, Merry Christ- mas Mr Lawrence (Oshima Nagisa, UK/Japan, 1983, HD, 123mins). M cert. Members only, join at the door. Ph 548 3560 Gurli Hansen. MARYBANK Garden Club, meets Tuesday August 6, 7.30pm in Pipe Band Hall, Paru Paru Rd. Don Pittham will present a digital and talk on Native Flora of NZ. Ph 576 5122. WRITERS at Lunchtime, The Prince Albert, 113 Nile St, Nelson, Wednesday August 7, 11.30am till 1.30pm. Viv Rounce at 12.30pm on ''Libraries 2013''. Ph Chrissie, NZ Society of Authors, 546 9818. NELSON Film Society Suter Cinema, Thursday August 8, 6pm. Free Radi- cals, A History of Experimental Film (Pip Chodorov, France, 2011, DV, 82 mins). Members only, join at the door Ph 548 3560 Gurli Hansen. WAIMEA Area Quilters, monthly meet- ing Thursday August 8, Hope School Library, 7.30pm, crnr Patons Rd and Anniseed Valley Rd. Ph Marilyn 541 8435, new members welcome. NELSON Science Society, presents Anaise Irvine from Auckland University talking on Scribes in the Lab (Science Fiction) 7.30pm, Monday August 12 at Room A211, NMIT. All welcome. Non- members $2. NELSON Suter Art Society, presents talk by abstract/landscape painter, Gretchen Albrecht. Includes 1 hour DVD, Reflections, on her life and work, August 13, 7pm, Suter Theatre. All wel- come. Ph 548 4083. FRIENDS of Nelson Haven and Tas- man Bay, Shorebirds of Top of the South illustrated talk by Rob Schuck- ard. Rob is expert on Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough. Thursday August 15, 7.30pm, Hearing Rooms, Trafalgar Sq. Ph Pam 545 9294. NELSON Rock and Mineral Club, Rich- mond Libary 7.30pm Thursday August 15. Speaker Mark McCulloch on gold exploration at Sam's Creek. Gold coin donation, raffle, supper provided. STAR Party, view the moon and Saturn Friday August 16, 7pm. Atkinson observatory, Clifton Terrace school. All welcome. Weather permitting. wildland- firstname.lastname@example.org ART at 203 Trafalgar St, Life is an Illusion, paintings by Kathleen Math- eson runs to August 17, 10am till 4pm daily. Free entry. Ph 548 3961. FIBRE Spectrum, 280 Trafalgar St, July Exhibition, Take Flight, artist Helen Millen. Eco dyed merino articles. The design on the cloth uses the process of alchemy with no textile being the same. ENGLISH Conversation Group, Thur- sdays 7pm, Nelwan Building, 10 Kerr St, Nelson. Transport available from Stoke. Lesson, drinks and snacks, friendship, $3. Ph Michelle 027 499 2354, Saori 027 333 8806 Japanese. MUSIC Club, bring an instrument, come for a jam or to listen. Modern, folk, celtic, country etc at the Moutere Inn, all welcome. First Thursday each month, 7.30pm. COASTAL Garden Group, meets 1st Thursday of the month, 1pm at Tas- man Bible Church. Informative spea- kers, floral displays, plant auction and much more. All welcome, proactive fun group. Ph Ngaire 540 3193. WOODTURNING, think bowls, rolling pins. No its much more. Woodturning from basics to the bazaar, you choose. Nelson Woodturning Club, Sovereign St,every Tuesday 6.30pm. Ph Donald 545 1339 or Alan 923 2158. NELSON Camera Club, meetings at Nelson Netball Clubrooms, Saxton Field Pavilion, Stoke 7.30pm till 10pm (approx). Meetings 2nd and 4th week of each month (Monday night) www.nel- soncameraclub.co.nz WAIMARAMA Community Gardens, looking for new friends, want to learn about plants, enjoy being outside in the fresh air, want to save money. You can do all of this at Waimarama Com- munity Gardens, Brook St, Ph Justine 548 1990. Social, Cultural MUSIC, on Friday August 2, 10am at St Davids Church, Florence St, Rich- mond. Vivaldi The Four Seasons in four different countries. Four brilliant musicians. One extra ordinary journey. FAMILY Movie Night at Victory, Friday August 2, showing 1944 classic Natio- nal Velvet. Kids $2, adults $5, families $12. Popcorn, coffee and cake for sale. Children to be accompanied. Ph Kindra 546 8381. ST STEPHENS Op Shop, Tahunanui Dr, is holding Fill a Bag for $4 days on the next 3 Fridays, August 2, 9 and August 16. LIBRARY Monthly Book Sale, 10am till 12.30pm, Saturday August 3, Elma Turner Library, Halifax St, Nelson. Friends of the Nelson Library. Ph Andrea 546 0403. ROCK n Roll Dance, Saturday August 3, 7pm, Nelson Suburban Club Sports Hall, Live Music from Christchurch. $5 members, $8 non members. GAINSBOROUGH Club Singles Social, Sunday August 4, Beach Cafe meet 12 o'clock for Lunch. Ph Susan 547 6442 by Friday to let her know your coming. Enquiries Ph John 548 9750. ACORN Parenting Group, Monday August 5 Motueka Family Service Cen- tre, 27 Talbot St, 9.30am till 11.30am. Ph 528 0234. First aid tips with Jen Trow from Red Cross. FRESH Focus, Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Dr, Monday August 5, 10am. Speaker Jenny Black, Chairper- son, The Nelson Marlborough Area Health Board. Subject A Report on The NMHB. CHINESE for Children, Elma Turner Library, Mondays 3.30pm till 4.30pm from August 5. Join us to discover language and culture. Cost $30 per term. For more info Ph Piri 545 7477. PRESENTATION about Food Bill 160-2, 7pm Tuesday August 6 at the Freehouse Yurt. NZ food legislation threatens craft brews and organics, and will vastly alter the character of food and trade. STOKE Social Seniors, Tuesday August 6 Housie, $5 a card. Wednesday August 7, The Uke'n'Duet ladies in concert, 1.30pm, $3 entry. Thursday August 8, Bob Young performs country music 1.30pm. All enquiries Ph 547 2660. HOPE Ranzau W.I, next meeting is Wednesday August 7,1.30pm at Age Concern Hall, Oxford St, Richmond. Their speaker is from the Blind Foun- dation. Do join us. Ph Brenda 544 5872. DIVORCED/Separated, need help, hope, healing? Divorce Care 13 wk DVD course starts Thursday August 8, 7.30pm till 9.30pm. Grace Church lounge, lwr Queen St, Richmond, $5 weekly. DivorceCarenn@gmail.com or txt 027 419 3035. CHARITY Quiz Night, Friday August 9, 7.30pm Marist Rugby Club, Nelson. Great Prizes, Fully licensed bar $120 table of 8. To raise funds for Rough Island Equestrian Park. Tickets Ph Sha- ron 547 2250. ELYSIUM Widows and Widowers, meet at Vanilla Bean Cafe for lunch and friendship on Friday August 9 at midday. Ph Virginia 544 0814. FUNDRAISER Garage Sale, August 10 at Stoke School Hall. To book a stall space phone Tania 547 8486, $10 per stall. Second hand stalls only please. Fundraiser for Stoke Kindergar- ten. LIVING Alone Afternoon Tea, at Nel- son Cathedral on Monday August 12 at 2pm. HENLEY Kindergarten Quiz Night, Nel- son Golf Club, Friday August 16. Come along for a fun night. Lots of fabulous prizes.$10 a ticket. Tables of up to 8. Book: email@example.com or 027 552 2979. FREE Maternity, Baby and Children's clothing (0-5 years), toys etc. The Wardrobe runs 10am till 12 noon August 17, Elim Christian Centre Nel- son, 625 Main Rd, Stoke. Call/txt 027 533 5474 to donate items. EDUCATIONAL Presentation, Respect and Authority: Making a difference, by Sue Simpson, Anthroposophical Society, 7pm Tuesday August 20, Hearing Rooms, 354 Trafalgar Sq, cnr Church Lane, Nile St West. SHOWTIME, The Nelson Male Voice Choir Sunday August 25, 2pm School of Music. Tickets available School of Music, Summit Real Estate Stoke, Richmond Mall. Adults $20, Under 18 $5, Under 10 free. NELSON Genealogy Branch, is celeb- rating its 40th birthday, August 26 at Trailways Motor Lodge, Nelson, and welcome any past members to the din- ner at 6.30pm. Ph Barbara 540 271 by August 7. BIG Brothers Big Sisters Quiz, and auction fundraiser August 28, 6.30pm. Quiz (table of 6 booking required), 7.30pm. Auction (free entry), Ernest Rutherford Retirement Village. Ph Rachel Rae 545 9864. NELSON Parents' Centre, is holding its 4th Baby Gear Extravaganza Sale September 7. Here's your chance to sell your preloved childrens gear. Stalls now available. Contact Megan ray- .firstname.lastname@example.org FESTIVAL Of Flowers and Market Day, presented by the Coastal garden group, September 21, Mapua Hall. Some stall holder spaces still avail- able. Ph Ngaire 5403193. CATHEDRAL Christmas Tree Festival, December 2 till 22. If your organisation is interested in entering a tree this year contact email@example.com or 5481008. Previous entrants will be notified. MOTUEKA Newcomers, are you new to the area? Would you like to make new friends? Coffee mornings Wednesday, Muses Cafe and Friday Community House at 10.30am. Lots of other activities. Ph Heather 528 4332. FUN Housie with Prizes, designed for all ages and those with special require- ments, Fridays 2pm till 4pm, $3. Sport Tasman, 9 Cambridge St, Richmond, Ph 544 3955. NEW Plunket High Five Playgroup, Wednesday 9.30am till 11.30am, 175 Quarantine Rd, Nelson Bays Church. All parents with under fives welcome. Ph Margaret 027 612 3058. MOTUEKA SPCA, needs donations of suitable items, in good condition, for our future market stall eg books, clothes, ornaments, toys etc. Ph Alan 528 9033 for drop off/pick up. FREE Stalls at McCashin's Market, Stoke, every Saturday 12pm till 4pm. All stallholders including car boot and community fundraisers welcome. No fees or bookings reqd. Ph 547 5357 firstname.lastname@example.org BROOK Waimarama Sanctuary, want to learn new skills and have fun. The Brook Sanctuary offers training for a variety of volunteer field roles. For more details register your interest at www.brooksanctuary.org/support. LINE Dancing Nelson Suburban Club, 10.30am till 12 noon, beginners/pro- gressive social friendship, gentle cardio exercise, all genders and ages. Info re day Ph Diane 547 9280 or 0274 491 569. LIGHTHOUSE Spiritual Awareness Centre, meets every Monday at 7.30pm at the Senior Citizen's Hall, Trafalgar Street (opp. Trailways). All welcome. NELSON Male Choir, do you have a good singing voice? Are you in a 1st/ 2nd or Bass Baritone range. If you can hold a clear note, the guys at Nelson Male choir would like you to join us. Ph Ron 546 9729. POWERTALK International Waimea Club, delvelop your confidence and self essteem in a warm and friendly environment, join Powertalk today. Meets twice a month in Annesbrook. Ph Peggy 539 0477/Linda 544 7823. PRESBYTERIAN Support, are looking for warm caring people for volunteer work with elderly people. Several posi- tions available, van assistant and pro- gramme assistant. Ph Sasha 547 9350. TE MANAWA Women's World Music Choir, Thursdays 7.15pm sharp. Nel- son Reform Church, Enner Glynn. New members welcome. For further infor- mation Ph Vicki 544 8242 or Katie 548 2860. ENNER Glynn Playcentre, come and enjoy quality early childhood education for children 0-6 years, Monday to Friday 9.15am till 11.45am. Term fee $65 per family. Your first three visits are free. Ph 547 4007. FREEDOM Week, Amnesty Inter- national's annual appeal. Stalls in Nel- son, Stoke and Richmond. Learn more about Amnesty's human rights work and be part of the bigger picture. Ph Mat 021 563 012. STOKE-TAHUNANUI Rotarians, are looking for men and women to join us as new members. We meet Tuesdays from 6pm. Google thisclose.end- polio.org/en Ph John 547 3408.
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