Nelson Leader : April 11th 2013
31 THE NELSON LEADER, APRIL 11, 2013 WHAT'S ON 5255682AA COMPARING Apples with Apples Call Simone Cook today to advertise in front of Nelson-Tasman's largest media reach 03 546 2835 Nelson Leader & Richmond - Waimea Leader & Motueka-Golden Bay News Circulation 42,188 Independently audited via ABC 2012 Average Net Weekly Circulation Nelson Leader & Richmond - Waimea Leader Circulation 31,921 Independently audited via ABC 2012 Average Net Weekly Circulation Nelson Weekly & Waimea Weekly Circulation 30,000 As per their website March 2013, never been independently audited The Guardian Circulation 9,137 ABC Average Net Weekly Circulation 2010. Unaudited since 2010 Motueka-Golden Bay News Circulation 10,267 Independently audited via ABC 2012 Average Net Weekly Circulation Get the whole apple 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. FROM Page 30 Social, cultural PROBUS Club of Nelson City, welcomes men and women as new members. Meetings held on 2nd Thursday of each month, 9.45am at Nelson Sub- urban Club. For more information Ph Jo 545 0991. LIGHTHOUSE Spiritual Awareness Centre, meets every Monday at 7.30pm at the Senior Citizen's Hall, Trafalgar Street (opp. Trailways). All welcome. PRESBYTERIAN Support, are looking for warm caring people for volunteer work with elderly people. Several positions available, van assistant and programme assistant. Ph Sasha 547 9350. TOTARA, a day club where older people get together and enjoy good company, friendship, activities and support. Lunch provided and some transport. You may be eligible for financial assistance. Ph 557 9350. ENNER Glynn Playcentre, come and enjoy quality early childhood education for children 0-6 years, Monday to Friday 9.15am till 11.45am. Term fees $65 per family. Your first three visits are free. Ph 547 4007. ELYSIUM Widows and Widowers, meet every Monday, except public holidays, for coffee and friend- ship at Village Cafe, Richmond at 10.30am. All wel- come. Ph Virginia 544 0814. Health LIVE Well Stay Well, Tuesday April 16 Wakefield Village Hall, 9.45am till 11am, Kate West, local physio will discuss caring for your back. Session followed by walk, 11am till noon. Ph Margaret 541 9693. THE BLIND Foundation, is holding a Low Vision Equipment and Technology Display on Wednesday April 17, 9.30am till 1.30pm, at their office at 530 Main Rd, Stoke. All welcome. Phone 547 6616. ALZHEIMERS Nelson, is hosting a series of free information sessions for the community. Join us at the Stoke Baptist Church on Wednesday April 24, 10am to hear about Advance Care Planning. LIFELINE, feeling sad, stressed or stuck. Phone our crisis line to talk with one of our Lifeline Telephone Counsellors, available any time of the night or day. Ph 0800 543 354. LIFELINE, feeling sad, stressed or stuck. Identify and explore new ways to move forward with a LifeLine Nelson Counsellor. Ph 548 2400. Up to 10 free face to face counselling sessions. KICKSTART, taking charge of diabetes, weight, mood, stress. Try KickStart at ASB Aquatic Centre Richmond, Tuesday 7.15pm. Just $2, 30mins exer- cise plus education with Green Prescription. See you there. ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, if you want to drink that's your business. If you want to stop, we can help. Ph 0800 229 6757. FOOD, is it a problem for you? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity and/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 544 2023. Meet- ings held weekly. All welcome. CELEBRATE Recovery, weekly programme dealing with drugs, alcohol, gambling or other issues where support needed. Join us at Richmond Community Church, Warring Carpark, Wednesday 7pm. Ph Bob and Jacquie 538 0282. Al ANON Family Groups, confidential support for those affected by someone else's drinking. Meetings Nelson Monday 7pm Tahunanui Library. Friday Noon 30 Nile St, Richmond. Wednesday 5.15pm 62 Oxford St. Ph 0508 425 266. Sport, Recreation NELSON Tramping Club, invites you to join us this weekend for a walk to Stillwell Bay in Abel Tasman. Check our programme online for info and coming events. nelsontrampingclub.org.nz NELSON Motorcycle Club, round one of the Nelson and Marlborough Motorcycle Clubs Cross Country Series is on Sunday, April 14 at Bill Anglesey farm, sign posted from Tapawera. For info see www.sportsground.co.nz/nmcc CITY2SAXTON, April 14, 10km fun run/walk from Victory to Saxton along smooth walkways. Do it indi- vidually or in a team of four. Slow or fast you'll have a blast. Register at city2saxton.co.nz .FOREST & Bird, Sunday, April 14. Bike ride from Richmond via Pearl Creek to Rabbit Island. Meet 9.30am at end of Beach Rd, Richmond. Bring lunch. Further info Gillian 526 6009 or g.pollock @scorch.co.nz ROAD Cycling Group, for fun and fitness. Age 50+, 2nd Sunday and 4th Saturday of month. 30km to 40km with picnic or coffee stop. Next ride April 14, 9.30am. Ph Julia 021 659 149. NELSON 50+ Mini Walkers, April 16, Apple Tree Bay. Meet 9.30am at Washbourn Gardens. Ph Rosemary 548 7271. NELSON 50+ Walking Group, April 18, Tunnicliffe Forest. 9.30am start. Ph Gowan 541 8639 or David 544 0277. WAIMEA Tramping Club, Sunday April 21, Robin's Bivvy, Flora Stream, moderate, Ph Katie 547 7850 or Robert 544 0142. Saturday, April 27, Parachute Rocks, moderate, Ph Jocelyn 541 8213 or Katie 547 7850. TOP of the South Morris Minor Car Club, run to Ligar Bay Sunday, April 28. BYO lunch. All welcome. Con- tact by Friday 26th, Julie 547 3316 or Trevor 526 8884. SUMMIT Stopwatch, April 27, open to all ages/ fitness levels. Walk the Barnicoat Walkway, predict your own time. Finish closest to your predicted time and win. Register now at somebody.co.nz AQUA-THERAPY, for hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, back issues. Exercise Professionals providing 8 week cour- ses. Start Monday, May 13 ASB Richmond and Ngawhatu Thursday, May 16. Bookings essential. Ph Angie 547 0198. REWA Hockey Club is looking for girls 6yrs or older to play hockey this season, bring your Mum along too. For more details Ph Raewyn Evans 547 4188. GRAMPIANS Morning Walk, 6am start, 1hour 15m approx. Are you interested in brisk walks up the Grampians. Keen to get in some early morning exer- cise. If so give Cheska a call 546 7918. NEW Richmond Joggers, meeting weekly, this is an entry level group for walkers wanting to learn to jog. Ph Sarah at Sport Tasman on 923 2313 or Sarah.H @sporttasman.org.nz No charge. NEW Richmond Walking Group, entry level group, focussing on the social and enjoyment aspects of walking rather than the speed. Ph Sarah, Sport Tas- man 923 2313 or Sarah.H@sporttasman.org.nz MARSDEN Valley Trapping Group, if you enjoy the valley, consider joining us as a volunteer trapper or weeder. We are also looking for a new group co-ordinator. Ph Colin 547 7511 or Geoff 547 9730. TAOIST Tai Chi, 6 weeks introductory course at Rich- mond Senior Citizens Rooms, 62 Oxford St. Starts Monday, April 15, 10am till 11.30am. All welcome. Gold coin donation. Ph 544 5654 or 970 0023. SIT and Be Fit with Marnie, great music and exer- cises that help build strength and balance. Monday 10am, $4 at Saxton Pavilion, Stoke. Ph 541 0015. $4 FITNESS Motion and Mobility (formerly sit and be fit), specialised exercise for seniors and stroke sufferers, Friday 11.15am. Sport Tasman, 9 Cam- bridge St, Richmond Ph 544 3955.
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