Tasman Leader : August 22nd 2013
24 THE TASMAN LEADER, AUGUST 22, 2013 WHAT'S ON 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 The centre for natural health. • Massage - Aromatherapy, Relaxing - Trigger Point, Deep Tissue - Therapeutic, Myofascial - Swedish (specializing in Women only) - Tibetan Massage (2 hours) - Traditional Thai - Pregnancy - Reflexology Gift Vouchers Available • Acupuncture • Cranio Sacral Therapy • Manual Lymphatic Drainage • Natural Fertility Management • Naturopathy • The Journey • Traditional Chinese Medicine 22 NILE STREET WEST (OPP RUTHERFORD HOTEL), NELSON TEL: (03) 548 8350 BEINGHEALTHNELSON.CO.NZ 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. 5570871AA 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 NELSON Film Society, Suter Cinema Thursday August 22 at 6pm. 'Kinshasa Symphony' (95mins) -followed by 'Isla Negra Isla Blanca (Ventura Durall, 2004, DV, 56mins). Open to the pub- lic. Ph Gurli Hansen 548 3560. SHOWTIME Nelson Male Voice Choir, Sunday August 25, 2pm Nelson School of Music. Adults $20, Under 18 $5, Under 1 Free. Tickets available School of Music, Richmond Mall, Sum- mit Real Estate Stoke. MOTUEKA Garden Club, meets Monday August 26, 12pm at Motueka Community House. Bring finger food plate for potluck lunch. Flower of the Month, spring bulb. Ph 528 7171 or 528 9284. SMALL Sips Winemaking Group, learn to make award-winning wines. Learn and share experience and resources. Meet other wine makers. Next Meeting Wednesday August 28. For information ph Eric 547 7989. SEQUINS and Songs, Stellar a Capella and Flightless Birds, Friday August 30, Playhouse Theatre Cafe, dinner from 6pm, performance 7.30pm, free con- cert, great harmonies, popular songs. CAR Enthusiasts! Classic Car Show Pigeon Valley Steam Museum, Wake- field, Sunday September 1, 10.30am. Also live steam, sawmill, rides, Trans- port Museum. Entry $5 car & occupants. Ph Chris 547 9363. NELSON Model Aero Club, indoor fly- ing models and model display, Trafal- gar Centre, Sunday September 1, 9am till 1pm. Gold coin donation. FIBRE Spectrum, 280 Trafalgar St, August Exhibition, Figures from the Fringe, Feisty Fabricated Figures created from a variety of found materi- als by Nelson Artists Lois Morgan and Lyn Hamilton. HANDCRAFT, share crafts that nanas know, knitting, crochet, stitching. Bring lunch, share projects. Wednesdays until September 26, 12.30pm till 2.45pm, Pomeroys coffee $2 Donation at Victory Community Centre. MUSIC club, at the Moutere Inn. Bring an instrument come for a jam or to listen. Modern, Celtic, Country, Folk etc loads of fun, first Thursday each month 7.30pm. TE MANAWA Women's World Music Choir, Thursday 7.15pm sharp Nelson Reform Church, Enner Glynn. New members welcome. For further infor- mation Ph Vicki 544 8242 or Katie 548 2860. ADULT Learning Support, free help given by a Motueka tutor with spelling, reading, writing, maths and basic com- puter skills at Motueka Community House. Ph Jenny 528 6779 or 022 6299 410. STEINER Playgroup, Nelson meets every Thursday 9am till 1pm at Foun- ders Heritage Park in the Jaycee room. $5 a family. Bring fruit & lunch. We make & bake bread. All welcome Ph Sandra: 027 355 4415. ENNER Glynn Playcentre, come and enjoy quality early childhood education for children 0-6 years, Monday to Friday 9.15 till 11.45am, 8 Enner Glynn Rd. Your first three visits are free. Ph 547 4007. MOTUEKA Join our singing group, for children (8 to 13yr). We sing folk songs, rounds and other music from around the world. Every Monday 3.30pm till 4.15pm, $4 donation. Ph Doris 528 6280. BASS Singers Wanted, to join our 45-voice four-part women's barbershop choir. Nelson Bays Harmony rehearse Thursdays 7pm. Ph Jenny 027 544 4121, a/h 547 4354 or visit nelsonharmony.org.nz. Social, Cultural MOTUEKA Historical Association,a talk by Arch Barclay on Saturday August 24, 1.30pm Community House. The life of George Lightband Moonlight an early Murchison identity. Ph Coralie Smith 528 8241. RUTHERFORD St Kindergarten Winter Gala, Saturday August 24, 10am till 12pm in Unite Church car park. Sales tables, food and fun. Fifty buckets of goods to be raffled at 11.30am. All welcome. NELSON Dance Along, Saturday August 24 Richmond Town Hall 7.30pm till 11pm. Live Music by Rich- ard Wakelin, supper provided $6pp. Everyone welcome Ph Rosalie Winter 548 2236. MESSY Church, fun, fellowship & food for all ages at Holy Trinity Hall, Dorset St Richmond Sunday afternoon August 25, 4pm till 6pm everyone welcome, bring food to share. Ph Jude 544 8254. COMMUNITY screening, Sunday August 25, Victory Community Center 6pm Crossroads Labour Pains of a New Worldview, a major shift of con- sciousness is occurring. Conversations afterwards, all welcome $5. ACORN Parenting Group, Monday August 26 at MFSC 27 Talbot St, Motueka 9.30am till 11.30am, Ph 528 0234. Information re courses, entitlements and job skill options with Briar Binns from WINZ and Andrew Bridge from ATET. NELSON Global March against Chem- trails and Geoengineering, Sunday August 26. Depart at 1pm from Millers Acre car park to 1903 Square Church Steps at Trafalgar St. Ph Louisa 027 242 4180. LIVE Well Stay Well, Wakefield Hall Tuesday August 27, 9.45am till 11am. Health Advocate Laschelle Walker speaker, Your Rights as a Consumer of Health Services, followed by walk around village. Ph 541 9693. STOKE Seniors, Tuesday August 27 R'n'R (Ruth, Anne & Robyn) in concert with country/pop music 1.30pm Admission $3 (incl afternoon tea) Wednesday August 28 Housie $5 a card 1.30pm, enquiries Ph 547 2660. U3A General Bi-Monthly Meeting, August 28, 10am till 12am. Speaker Dr Suzanne Busch. Subject: The Biology of Ageing, the good, the bad and the ugly. All welcome. SPIRITED Conversations, Prof Charles Daugherty on Biophilic Cities and urban connections to nature. Cafe Yaza, Nelson, Wednesday August 28, 7.30pm till 9.30pm. Cafe opens 6pm. Koha. Ph Janice 548 2472. MOTUEKA Bays Masonic Lodge, next meets at 7.30pm on Wednesday August 28. All enquiries welcome Ph 528 8703 or 528 0202. ALZHEIMERS Nelson, is hosting a community talk this month is on Elder Abuse Wednesday August 28 10am start at Stoke Baptist Church Hall, Main Rd Stoke. Ph 546 7702 for more details. DAD'S Day, Saturday August 31, 10am till 12pm at Nelson District Parent Centre, 107 Nile St. To cel- ebrate Father's Day, Lee Corlett will run a fun-filled session for dads and their babies/kids. Gold coin donation. SOCIAL dancing, at Lower Moutere Hall Saturday August 31, 7.30pm $2 and a plate please, recorded music. Ph 03 528 7564. LIVE BAND Nine 95, playing Saturday 31, 7.30pm, Garin College gym. Fund- raiser for St Francis Stoke. Tickets $10, BYO drinks, glass, food and gold coins. No heels. Ph Christina 027 488 0405. LEE Valley Dam, meeting Appleby School Tuesday September 3, 7pm. All TDC councillors and candidates for council are invited to give their views on the dam. Come along and hear what they have to say. ALZHEIMERS Nelson Quiz Night, 7pm start Wednesday September 4. $10 a ticket, 8 people to a team, raffles, free nibbles and cash bar. Limited places, please Ph 546 7702 to book your table. MAKE a date with your money, Lunch- time discussion on benefits of giving your money some TLC. September 5, 12.30pm ACC Comm Rm 47 Collin- gwood St. Bring your lunch & gold-coin. Nelson Budget Service Ph 546 9021. 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 535 536. DEVONSHIRE Tea and Music,inthe Garden. Friday October 11, 10.30am Aldurie, Aldurie Rd, Waimea West. Tic- kets $15 at Scissor Art, Brightwater Enquiries Ph Nicky 541 9225 or St Paul's Office 542 3694. VICTORIOUS Chess, challenging, sup- portive, for all levels. All ages, U8s with caregiver. Bring chess set if you have one. Gold coin Thursday October 27, 3.45pm till 4.45pm Victory Community Centre Ph 546 8389. PRESCHOOLERS? Need to get out of the house? Appleby Playcentre, next to Appleby Bridge Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9.30am till 12pm. Free for under 2s, first three visits free. Grandparents welcome. NELSON City Luncheon Club, meet on second and fourth Mondays at Masonic Hall, Nile St for a meal and an invited speaker. Programme at http:/ /nelsoncityluncheonclub.blogspot. com/ Ph Peter 546 8776. NELSON Newcomers Network,i f you're new to Nelson, join us for coffee on Wednesdays 10.30am at Deville, New St, Nelson. Ph Rinske 547 3822 or Clive 547 2725. ATAWHAI Playcentre, community fam- ily based centre for children birth to school age, providing a supportive edu- cational environment for families. 655 Atawhai Cres. Ph 545 0828. STOKE Playcentre, community family based centre for children birth to school age, providing a supportive edu- cational environment for families. 4 Ranui Rd. Ph 547 7299, nelson. firstname.lastname@example.org. STOKE Playgroup, meets 9am to 11am Monday and Wednesday in the hall next to St Andrews Church, Upper Songer St. Children $2, family $3, babies under 1 year free. Ph Leah 547 3788. LEARN to Speak with Confidence, join Powertalk Waimea Club in Annesbrook twice monthly. For information please Ph Peggy 539 0477 or Linda 544 7823. Website powertalknelson1. wordpress.com/ ISEL Ladies Probus Club, welcomes new members to friendly, interesting meetings held fourth Wednesday each month, 9.45am Saxton Netball Stadium. For more details Ph Shirley 547 2664 or Bev 547 6522. SHAKERS & Movers group, for ChCh refugees. Meeting monthly at Tahun- anui Suburban Club 2pm on the last Saturday of the month. Ph Rinske 547 3822 or Andrea 538 0240. Wel- come to just turn up. FREE weekly A/hrs Nursing Clinic, Tuesdays 5.30pm till 8pm. Checks, assessments, info, blood pressure, minor illness, to access other services Ph 546 8385. Victory Community Health Centre, Totara St 546 8389. MOTUEKA U3A, Learning and explor- ing interests in great environment of small groups. Ph Cushla 03 528 6548. 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. 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. info@mccashins market.co.nz or Ph 547 5357. MOTUEKA Lioness Club, would appreciate good clean tidy books, magazines, puzzles etc for their Boo- karam at Xmas. Funds to local chari- ties. Ph Joan 528 7392 or Judy 528 8836. MORRIS Dancing, every Thursday evening from 7.15pm at Trafalgar St Hall (opp Trailways). Good fitness. Ph Jan 545 2546 or nelsonmorris.org.nz. Come and have a go! MOTUEKA Sequence Dance, practice night Thursday 7.30pm till 9.30pm at Huia clubrooms. Quickstep, waltzes, foxtrots -- come along and enjoy. Ph George 528 6653. MOTUEKA Ladies Probus, meet the second Friday of each month at the Band Rooms, Recreation Centre Motu- eka at 10am. Visitor's welcome. Ph Madge Hutchings 5287595 or Jennifer Goodall 5289477. PROBUS Club of Nelson City, welcomes men and women as new members. Meetings held on second Thursday of each month, 9.45 am at Nelson Suburban Club. Ph Deirdre 547 4146. SCOTTISH Dancing every Tuesday in Stoke, 7.30pm till 9.30pm, St Andrew's Church Hall, Songer St, Stoke. Ph Margaret 547 3913 for infor- mation. No partner needed, wear soft flat shoes. MOTUEKA SPCA, needs volunteers to help organise and run our market stall, on a rota basis, on Sunday mornings at Motueka market. If interested please Ph Pam 526 7177 or email email@example.com. ALLIANCE Francaise, please join us on Fridays 4pm till 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.
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