Tasman Leader : August 15th 2013
20 THE TASMAN LEADER, AUGUST 15, 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 4392473AB 18 years experience 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 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. 5557837AA 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. Art, Crafts, Hobbies NELSON Film Society Suter Cinema, Thursday August 15, 6pm. Kinshasa Symphony (Claus Wischmann and Martin Baer, Germany, 2010, DV, 95mins). Open to the public. Ph Gurli Hansen 548 3560. SPECTACULAR Alaskan Wilderness Photography Evening, Rebecca Bowater FPSNZ AFIAP, Saturday August 17, 7.30pm till 9pm, $8 includes supper, Atawhai Community Church, 5 Todds Bush Rd. Ph 5451223. Uganda Fundraiser. ART at 203 Trafalgar St, Kathleen Matheson's exhibitions runs to August 17, then The Two Galleries of 2 Gal- leries photography and sculpture opens 5.30pm till 7pm August 19, 10am till 4pm daily. Free entry. Ph 548 3961. NELSON Miniatures Club, meets Saturday August 17 from 9.30am till 3pm at National Electorate Hall, Annesbrook. New members welcome. Ph Mary 544 48076 or Kim 543 2515. KNIT and Natter Evening Sessions, 3rd Tuesday each month. Tuesday August 20 we're at The Styx, Wakefield Quay 7pm till 9pm. All abilities wel- come. Find us on Facebook or Ph Jane 548 9508 or Annette 545 0498. NELSON Film Society Suter Cinema, Thursday August 22, 6pm. Isla Negra Isla Blanca (Ventura Durall, Chili/ Spain, 2004, DV, 56mins). Members only, join at door. Ph Gurli Hansen 548 3560. NELSON Science Society, presents Dr Susan Krumdieck's talk: Early prog- ress in transition engineering, 7.30pm Friday August 23 at A211, NMIT, access off Alton St. All welcome. Non- members $2. NELSON Institute, presents local author Brian Fitzgerald talking about his book Surveying the Antarctic, 2pm, Sunday August 25. Venue Library activities room. All welcome. Cost $2. ENGLISH, help new refugees and migrants to the area learn English for an hour or so a week. Next volunteer training starts September 3. Ph English Language Partners 539 4848 ali.mor- firstname.lastname@example.org BROOK Waimarama Sanctuary, want to share your passion for conservation. Become a public engagement volun- teer at the Brook Sanctuary. For more details register your interest at www.brooksanctuary.org/support. THE Tui Book, is now availble at BNZ Richmond and Nelson also Grey Power office Stoke $25 each. ALLIANCE Francaise, please join us on Fridays 4pm to 6pm (upstairs room) at Cafe ´ Affair, Trafalgar St, for informal French conversation. All very welcome whatever your level of French af-nelson- tasman.org.nz . PATCHWORK, Quilting, Knitting, Embroidery. Anything needle/thread/ yarn related. All welcome, from begin- ners to more experienced. We share our knowledge with each other. Mondays at 7pm. Ph Diane 528 8640. WAIMARAMA Community Gardens, looking for new friends, want to learn about growing vegs. Enjoy being out- side in the fresh air, want to save money. You can do all of this at Wai- marama Community Gardens, Brook St, Ph Justine 548 1990. Social, Cultural HENLEY Kindergarten Quiz Night, Friday August 16, Nelson Golf Club. 7pm doors open for 7.30pm start. Tic- kets $10 each. Many great prizes. Ph Sophia 027 552 2979. STOKE Monthly Market, Methodist Church grounds, August 17, 8.30am till 12 noon, cancelled if wet. Sites $8, Ph 547 1229 to book. Supporting Nel- son Hospital chaplaincy and Lifeline. GARAGE Sale, Saturday August 17, 8am till 12pm, Stoke Memorial Hall. Free entry, bargains plenty. Ladies and childs bike, garden muncher, pre loved clothes, crafts, knitting, books, music, household items bedding. SUNDAY Library Talk, Nelson artist Janice Gill on the Purpose, passion and politics of her paintings. 2pm Sunday August 18, Nelson Library, $2 entry at door. All welcome. Ph Andrea 546 0403. LOVE and Light, Exploring Inner Blocks and Outer Keys to Manifestation, one half day seminar, $30. Sunday August 18, 1pm till 4pm. Bookings essential. Ph 544 1961 or visit 40 Oxford St, Richmond. FRESH Focus, Guy Salmon of Ecologics speaking about, Where we need to be on environment protection and how to get there, Monday August 19, 10am till 11am Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Dr, entry $2. THE Motueka Community Christmas Monthly Meeting, will be held on Tuesday August 20, 7.30pm, Salvation Army rooms,Greenwood St. Anyone interested in helping with this project most welcome. FRIENDS of the Nelson Library, AGM 1.30pm Wednesday August 21, Activity Room Nelson Library. Speaker Anna Gully on, Maintaining the library collection. All welcome. Ph Andrea 546 0403. SENIORNET, all over 50s interested in computers welcome. 2pm Wednesday August 21. Speaker Nicola Harwood, New resources at the library. SeniorNet rooms, Pioneers Pk, (opp Spotlight). Ph 546 9349. BOOK Group, do you enjoy reading and talking about books? Then our Tasman Talks Titles book group might be what you're looking for. Join us on Wednesday August 21, 3pm at Rich- mond Library. STOKE Seniors, Wednesday August 21, Mary Martin in concert 1.30pm $3 admission (incl afternoon tea) Thur- sday August 22, 12.45pm Talk by Civil Defence, 1.30pm Debbie Preest piano singalong, $3. Ph 547 2660. ANNUAL Ball, Nelson Suburban Club Saturday August 24 at 8pm. Band, Timeless. Enquiries at Club Reception. HOUSIE, fundraiser housie at Nelson Indoor Bowls Hall, Songer St, Saturday August 24, 7pm start. Ph Jean 021 159 4296. MESSY Church, fun fellowship and food for all ages. Holy Trinity Hall, Dor- set St, Richmond. Sunday afternoon August 25, 4pm till 6pm. Everyone wel- come, bring food to share. Your con- tact Jude 544 8254. COMBINED Elysium Widows and Widowers Group, meet Sunday August 25 at midday at Prince Albert Hotel, Nile St, Nelson for lunch and friend- ship. Ph Virginia 544 0814 and Alison 528 9377. SHOWTIME, with the Nelson Male Voice Choir, August 25, 2pm School of Music. Tickets $20, Under 18 $5, Under 10 free. Available School of Music, Richmond Mall, Summit Real Estate Stoke. MOTUEKA Country Music Club Con- cert, to be held Sunday August 25, 1.30pm Motueka Memorial Hall. Adults $10, Students over 10yrs $2, Family $20. Tickets at door. Ph 528 0059. MOTUEKA Bays Masonic Lodge, will hold its next regular meeting Wednesday August 28, 7.30pm. All enquiries welcome to 528 8703 or 528 0202. FUNDRAISER Dance, Saturday August 31, 7.30pm Garin College gym. Live band, great dancing music. Tickets $10. BYO drinks and nibbles. For St Francis earthquake strenghtening. Ph Christina 547 0405, 027 488 0405. NELSON Budget Service, Make A Date With Your Money, lunchtime dis- cussion on benefits of giving your money some TLC. Thursday Sept- ember 5, 12.30pm ACC Comm Rm 47, Collingwood St. Bring your lunch and gold coin. Ph 546 9021. NELSON Parents' Centre, is holding its 4th Baby Gear Extravaganza Sale on Saturday September 7. Here's your chance to sell your preloved childrens gear. Stalls now available. Contact Megan:email@example.com. APPLEBY School Country Fair, Saturday September 7, 11am till 2pm, Moutere Highway. Great family fun day. Animal nursery, pony rides, silent auc- tion, plants, produce, food, entertain- ment and more. Ph 0272 535536. PARISH Fair, Saturday October 12, Wesley Centre 4 Wensley Rd Rich- mond (opp TDC) 8.30am till midday. All the usual stalls. Enquiries Ph 544 8394. ARE you new to the area, Would you like to make new friends? Coffee morn- ings Wednesday, Muses Cafe and Friday, Community House,10.30am. Lots of other activities. Ph Heather 528 4332. . GREEN Party, Public Meeting with Den- ise Roche, MP about, Gambling with Democracy: Stifling Advocacy in the Community and Voluntary Sector, at Croquet Pavilion, 1 Halifax St, Monday August 19, 7.30pm. TOASTMASTERS, develop your per- sonal social confidence by learning the art and skill of public speaking at Mad- hatters Toastmasters Club meetings every Friday 7am till 8.30am. For infor- mation, Ph Catrin 539 0919. LEARN To Speak With Confidence, Powertalk Waimea meets in Annesb- rook twice monthly. For information please Ph Peggy 539 0477 or Linda 5447823. Website: http:/ /www.powertalknelson1.wordpres- s.com/. MOTUEKA Lioness Club, would appreciate good clean tidy books, magazines, DVD's etc for their Boo- karama at xmas. Funds to local chari- ties. Ph Lynn 528 9217, Joan 528 7392. 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. NELSON Spiritualist Church, Sunday evening service is at 7pm. All wel- come, Stay for a cuppa and a chat afterwards. MOTUEKA SPCA, needs volunteers to help organise and run our market stall, on a rota basis, on Sunday mornings. Ph Pam 5267177 or email pcartmel- firstname.lastname@example.org 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. MOTUEKA Ladies Probus, meet on the second Friday of every month at the Band Rooms, Recreation Centre, Motu- eka, 10am. Visitor's welcome. Ph Madge Hutchings 528 7595 or Jenni- fer Goodall 528 9477. RICHMOND Seniors, Ph Elaine Mead for full details of all activities 544 5654, A/H 970 0023. Many Social activities available Monday to Friday. HOUSIE at Victory, fun with members of your community. Great prizes, refre- shments, transport if required. Wednesdays 2pm till 4pm August 15, September 5 and 19, $2 Victory Com- munity Centre. PRE-SCHOOLERS Music, and time out for parents (child care provided. St Ste- phens Church, 61 Tahunanui Dr (opp McD's). Mondays 9.45am. Newcom- ers welcome. Morning tea provided. Health NELSON Bays Primary health, is hold- ing a free seminar for people with or at risk of type 2 diabetes. St. Stephens Church Tahunanui August 17, 10am till 3pm. Spaces is limited please contact Bee 539 1663.
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