Tasman Leader : September 5th 2013
30 THE TASMAN LEADER, SEPTEMBER 5, 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. 5600066AA 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 31 Art, Crafts, Hobbies ASTRONOMY talk by Robert Rea 'Exoplanets' Thursday September 5, 7.30pm Cawthron meeting rooms. All welcome, Nelson Science Society. MUSIC on Friday September 6, 10am at St David's Church Florence St, Rich- mond. Programme Brahms violin con- certo and double concerto with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Leon- ard Bernstein conducting. ART@203 Trafalgar St, The Two Gal- leries of 2 Galleries by Phill Jarratt and Helen McLeod runs till September 7, then As I See It, paintings by John Caldwell, 10am till 4pm daily. Free entry Ph 548 3961. FOREST and Bird, Wednesday Sept- ember 11, 7.30pm Tahunanui School -The Alpine Plants of Arthurs Pass - a presentation by renown botanical pho- tographer Don Pittham. COMMUNITY Sing A Long, Wednesday September 11, 1.30pm Wesley Centre 4 Wensley Rd Rich- mond (opp TDC). Afternoon tea. Gold coin donation for Nelson Hospital Chaplaincy. All Welcome Ph 544 8394. MOZART Registered Music Teachers, Guest Speaker Craig Duffy Friday Sept- ember 13, 7pm Balling Theatre Nelson School of Music Entry $10 Students $5. STAR Party, view the Moon, Saturn and Venus Friday September 13, 7.30pm Atkinson observatory, Clifton Terrace School. All welcome, weather permitting. Ph Paul 545 0785. NELSON Science Society, presents Rob Ord's talk "Why has the fountain of youth gone quiet" (genetics) 7.30pm Tuesday September 17 Room A211, NMIT, access off Alton St. All welcome. Non-members $2. FESTIVAL Of Flowers and Market Day, fun for all the family September 21 from 9am till 2pm at the Mapua Hall presented by the Coastal Garden Group, gold coin donation. Inquiries Ph Ngaire 540 3193. CHERRY Blossom Festival, Miyazu Garden Atawhai Dr Sunday September 22, 11.30am till 2pm free admission, Ph 544 7197, Nelson Miyazu Sister City Association & Nelson Japanese Society. CENTRE for Fine Woodworking, Upcy- cle Workshop September 28 and Sept- ember 29. Learn how to prepare old timber for reuse and turn obsolete items into something new and fantas- tic! www.cfw.co.nz or Ph 03 545 2674. NELSON Camera Club, meetings at Nelson Netball Clubrooms, Saxton Field Pavilion, Stoke 7.30pm till 10pm (approx). Meetings 2nd & 4th week of each month (Monday night) www.nel- soncameraclub.co.nz GARDEN Group, keen to meet others interested in gardening? Tahunanui Community Centre has a great garden group that meet 1st Wednesday each month, come & join us! PhTCC for details of next meeting 548 6036. FIBRE Spectrum - 280 Trafalgar St. Nelson, ph:03 5481939 www.fibre- spectrum.co.nz September Exhibition - "Vintage Tea" a selection of pottery by Nelson Potter - Lynda Lines. GET Behind the Fence!, Sponsor a pest-proof fence post at the Brook Wai- marama Sanctuary and help create a future for all our families. www.broo- ksanctuary.org or 03 546 2422 for details. LADIES Who Sing with a low voice,we have a special place for you in our 45 member barbershop choir. Rehearsals Thursday evenings, we carpool. Ph Jenny 547 4354 or check us out www.nelsonharmony.org.nz FRIENDS of the Queen's Gardens, help keep the Gardens looking their best. We meet weekly to groom, rake and tidy. Ph Ellen 546 6533 for details. NELSON Male Choir, You're out there somewhere! You know you can sing but youre hesitant to sing to the public ... in the shower yes! Buck up your ''Courage'' come along to a rehearsal on a Monday Night 7.30pm Ph Ron 546 9729. PATCHWORK, Quilting, Knitting, Embroidery - all things yarn/needle related. All welcome, beginners to experienced. We share our knowledge with each other Monday evenings at 7pm. Ph Diane 528 8640. WOODTURNING, unlock your potential, try something new. Create your vision in wood. Nelson Districts Woodturning Club, Sovereign St, Nelson. Every Tuesday 6.30pm. Ph Don 545 1339 or Alan 923 2158. STEP Outside Exhibition, Photographic Artworks by Emma Louise Barley. Rich- mond Library during September, 20% of all sales to be donated to The Brook Waimarama Sanctuary. Ph 543 8500 for more information. COASTAL Garden Group, meets 1st Thursday of the month at Tasman Bible Church. Informative speakers, floral displays, sharing of knowledge, plant sales and more. All welcome fun group. Ph Ngaire 540 3193. THE Tui Book, now available at BNZ Banks and Grey Power Office Stoke $25 each, also half size addition at $20 each. 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. STORY Grans/Grandads, if you have an hour to spare once a week, and enjoy reading to small children of kin- dergarten age, we would love to hear from you. Please Ph Sue 544 0567. ENNER Glynn Playcentre, come and enjoy quality early childhood education for children 0-6 years, Monday to Friday 9.15am till 11.45 am. Term fees $65 per family. Your first three visits are free! Ph 547 4007. MOTUEKA U3A, join our discussion groups, philosophy, music, art, geology. Enjoy good company. Ph Cushla 528 6549. Social, Cultural APPLEBY School Country Fair, Saturday September 7, 11am till 2pm, Moutere Highway. Great family fun day packed with food, entertainment, silent auction, animal nursery, haunted house, plants, produce and more! LIBRARY Monthly Book Sale, 10am till 12.30pm, Saturday September 7, Elma Turner Library Halifax St Nelson. Friends of the Nelson Library Ph Andrea 546 0403. BABY Gear Extravaganza, Second- hand Baby & Children's Gear Sept- ember 7, 9am till 12noon. Masonic Lodge Rooms, 107 Nile St Nelson Gold Coin entry, plenty of parking, fund- raiser for Nelson District Parents Cen- tre. GAINSBOROUGH Club Singles Social, Saturday September 7, meet at Sub- urban Club 6pm Ph Jim 544 0611 Sunday September 8 1pm. Meet at turnoff Hunter Brown Walk. Rabbit Island. Ph Rosemary 548 7271. RICHMOND Lions, are supporting Alz- heimers Nelson by running sausage sizzles at Bunnings Nelson store on Saturday September 7. Please support these two great organisations by pur- chasing a sausage or two. CONSCIOUS Cinema, Echelon - Secret power - historic 2002 documentary gives a back drop and insight to the current controversial GSCB bill - 7pm Victory Community center Sunday Sept- ember 8, $5 koha. NELSON Historical Society, meets Monday September 9 at 7.30pm, Masonic Hall Nile St. Speaker Dr Mur- ray Farrant (Dr's F P de Caux, L H Potaka & links to Takaka). All wel- come, $2 at door. Enquiries Ph 545 0498. ACORN Parenting Group, Monday September 9, 27 Talbot St 9.30am till 11.30am Ph 528 0234 making healthy choices/changes for positive living. 'Be well' with our nurse Tracey Harrison from Motueka Family Service Centre. FRESH Focus, Graham Peat & Gab- riele Kraft speaking about ''Aliens in China''. Monday September 9, 10am till 11am Nelson Suburban Club 168 Tahunanui Dr. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. VSA Top of the South branch meeting, 7pm September 10 NMIT R Block. Presentation: Could Nelson become a Fair Trade city? All welcome. Ph Susan 545 8476. NELSON Savage Club Variety Concert evening, Presbyterian Church Hall Cnr Rui/Muritai Sts September 11, show- time 7.30pm. Entry Fee $2, supper and raffles available Ph Monica 546 9483. STOKE Seniors, Tuesday September 10 Housie $5 a card 1.30pm, Wednesday September 11 The Songbi- rds Choir entertain at 1.30pm $3 entry (inc afternoon tea), Thursday Sept- ember 12 The Highlights sing-a-along at 1.30pm, Ph 547 2660. NELSON Creative Fibre Group, Knit & Natter Tuesday September 10, 9.30am till 11.30am Founders Park. All ages and abilities welcome. Gold coin donation. Find us on Facebook or Ph Jane 548 9508 or Annette 545 0498. SPECIAL Olympics Nelson, Auction Evening Wednesday September 11, 5.30pm till 7.30pm Trafalgar Pavilion, door sales $10 includes Guest Spea- ker Keith Quinn, drinks, nibbles, raf- fles. Fundraiser for Dunedin Nationals. All welcome. Ph Lynne 541 0484. ELYSIUM Widows and Widowers meet at midday on Friday September 13, at the Vanilla Bean Cafe, Lower Queen St for lunch and friendship. Ph Virginia 544 0814. TAMING Your Toddler Workshop, Tuesday September 17 and 24, 7.30pm at Nelson District Parents Centre. Strategies to manage behav- iour and practical play ideas. Ph Zoe 545 6210 or email@example.com SPRING Fling Clothes Swap, Saturday September 21, 1.30pm till 4pm, Rich- mond Town Hall. Clothes, jewellery, accessories. $10 + swaps. Fundraiser for Nelson Harmony Chorus. More information Ph Trish 544 8876. CHERRY Blossom Festival, Miyazu Garden Atawhai Dr Sunday September 22,11.30am till 2pm. Rai Jin Taiko Drummers Opening 11.30am, free admission. Ph Mary Carter 544 7197. ART of Living, Inspirational talks on life, mind, and spirit by visiting Can- adian speaker and humanitarian, Suk- hvinder Bindra (see Itson for topics). Koha entry, Fairfield House Sunday September 22 and Monday September 23, 7pm till 8.30pm. SOROPTIMISTS Waimea Fashion Show, Wednesday October 2 at 7pm, Grace Church Foyer Headingly Lane Richmond. Paul Madsen presents music from Jersey Boys. Tickets $25 Beetees Nelson Ph 546 8700. PLUNKET Baby Bonanza, Saturday October 19, Hope Hall 9am till 12 noon. Sell your pre-loved children's toys, clothes & nursery items. Table bookings now open, Ph Lisa 542 4496 or firstname.lastname@example.org MINDFUL Living, practice mindfulness according to the Buddhist teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh. You are welcome to join our weekly meeting. Ph Libby 548 2551 for details. LINE Dancing Nelson Suburban Club, beginners/progressive all ages and gender, friendship social fun, gentle exercise,good cardio. for more infor- mation Ph Diane 547 9280 or 027 449 1569. 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. ATAWHAI Playcentre, welcomes you to join us for friendship and education on parenting and early childhood edu- cation for your children (babies to school age), in our family setting 655 Atawhai Cres. COME and enjoy a morning, with local families at Stoke Playcentre. An early childhood centre for babies to school age children and their parents/ caregivers 4 Ranui Rd Ph 547 7299. MEET the Women candidates, for Nel- son and Tasman Councils 7.30pm Tuesday September 10 at Richmond Library, 280 Queen St Chaired by Dame Alison Roxburgh. Hosted by NCW. All welcome. MOTUEKA Lioness Club, would appreciate good clean tidy books, magazines, DVD's etc for their Book-a- rama at Xmas. Funds to local charities. Ph Joan 528 7392, Judy 528 8836 or Glenis 528 7938. 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 528 7595 or Jenni- fer Goodall 528 9477. 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 required info@mc- cashinsmarket.co.nz Ph 547 5357. LEARN To Speak With Confidence, step outside your comfort zone and gain the skills you need. For infor- mation please Ph Peggy 539 0477 or Yvonne 544 6350. Website www.powertalknelson1.wordpres- s.com.
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