Nelson Leader : September 12th 2013
24 THE NELSON LEADER, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 WHAT'S ON 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 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 5607549AA COST: $35 includes food tasting, cooking demonstrations, recipes and some food science too Places are limited book early! Phone 5480 774 or email Kimgrindley01@gmail.com KIM'S TASTY PLANT BASED COOKING CLASSES Food the whole family will eat that is tasty, easy and quick to prepare Dairy Free • Animal product free Oil free 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 Science Society, presents Rob Ord's talk, why has the fountain of youth gone quiet (genetics). Tuesday September 17, 7.30pm at A211, NMIT, access off Alton St. All welcome. Non-members $2. NZ ALPINE Club Nelson/Marlbor- ough, On Sight: Rock climbing in the central Darrans, a talk by Richard Thomson. Nelson Hospital Seminar Centre, Braemar Campus (opp Emerg- ency Dept, Waimea Rd) 7.30pm Sept- ember 18. Gold coin donation. NELSON Film Society Suter Cinema, Thursday September 19, 6pm. Anton Chekhov's The Duel (Dover Kosashvili, USA, 2010, DV, 95mins). M cert. Members only, join at the door. Ph 548 3560 Gurli Hansen. ART at 203 Trafalgar St, As I See It, paintings by John Caldwell runs till September 28, 10am till 4pm daily. Free entry. Ph 548 3961. WAIMARAMA Community Gardens, looking for New Friends, want to learn how to grow vegs, enjoy being outside in the fresh air, Want to save money, you can do all of this at Waimarama Community Gardens, Brook St. Ph Jus- tine 548 1990. BROOK Sancturary, want to share your passion for conservation? Become a public engagement or visitor center vol- unteer at the Brook Sanctuary. For more details register your interest at www.brooksanctuary.org/support. FIBRE Spectrum, 280 Trafalgar St, Nelson Ph 548 1939, www.fibrespec- trum.co.nz September Exhibition, Vin- tage Tea, a selection of pottery by Nel- son Potter Lynda Lines. RICHMOND Spinning and Weaving Group, meet at Birch Hall, Richmond Show Grounds. Spinners 2nd and 4th Thursday 9.30am, the weavers 3rd Thursdays at 9.30am, the felting group at 10am. Ph Mary 547 2611. ANTIQUE Bottle and Collectables Club, meet first Tuesday every month Surburban Club, Tahunanui Dr, 7.30pm. Informal and informative. Bring your treasures. Ph Judy 03 545 2181. QUILTING, patchwork, embroidery, knitting, all things yarn/needle related. We welcome everyone, beginners to experienced. We share our knowledge with each other. Monday evenings 7pm. Ph Diane 528 8640. KNIT and Natter, Nelson Creative Fibre Group. Meetings held 2nd and 4th Tuesdays am, Jaycee Room and 3rd Tuesdays pm, The Styx. All welcome. Find us on Facebook or call Annette 545 0498 or Jane 548 9508. 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. 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 . WOODTURNING, tuition classes avail- able, all welcome. The art of woodturn- ing or woodturning as art. More infom- ation Nelson Woodturning Club Ph Donald 545 1339 or Ross 547 6331. Social, Cultural COMMUNITY Meeting, what do Nel- son City Council candidates think about the community sector? Find out at the Community and Whanau net- work meeting Thursday September 12, 12 noon, Salvation Army Rooms, Mont- gomery Sq. Koha. NELSON Dance Along, Old Time Sequence/NewVogue Saturday Sept- ember 14, Richmond Town Hall 7.30pm to 11pm, supper provided $4 members, non members $5, everyone welcome. Ph Rosalie Winter 548 2236. WAKEFIELD Market Day, Saturday14, 9am to1pm. Sites available. Plenty of plants, lavender smelly, books, recycle treasurers, bbq. Clean out the draws, met new people, make cash. Ph Jean 541 8154. COUNTRY Hoedown, Saturday Sept- ember 14 Nelson Suburban Club 7.30pm. Admission $5. Great night of live music and dance. Silent Auction and Mystery Bottle Auction. Ph 544 1139. GAINSBOROUGH Club Singles Social, Sunday September 15, Last of the Proms, 2pm, Theatre Royal. Ph Glenys 546 6570. Inquiries Ph John 548 9750. ROYAL NZ Air Force Association,A Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving for Victory in the Battle of Britain and Pacific Battles is being held on Sunday September 15, commemc- ing at 11am, at the Suburban Club. All welcome. FRESH Focus, Paul Blackham speak- ing about, The Global Financial Crisis: Why it happened and how it will end. Monday September 16, 10am till 11am Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Dr, everyone welcome, entry $2. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org LUNCH on the Hill, Tuesday Sept- ember 17, tea and coffee served from 11.30am. Lunch at 12 noon. All wel- come. Holy Trinity Church, 27 Dorset St, Richmond. Ph 544 8844. 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 September 18, 3pm at Richmond Library. STOKE Seniors, Wednesday Sept- ember 18 Diane and Neil Sutherland, sing popular music 1.30pm, $3 incl, afternoon tea. Thursday September 19 Talk on Funeral Services by Alistair Fergusson from Marsden House, 1.30pm. Ph 5472660. SENIORNET, will meet 2pm Wednesday September 18, Pioneers Park, opp Spotlight. Hearing Loss and Help Available, with Bridget Thompson, Hearing Assn. All over 50s, and interested in computers welcome. COMBINED Probus Club of Waimea, for active men and women. Meet 10am Thursday September 19 at Hope Community Church, Ranzau Rd, Hope. Ample parking, level entry. Ph Val 544 4134. FOREST and Bird, Friday September 20, 7.30pm Tahunanui School, Penguins: Their World, Their Way, Tui De Roy launches her new book, adven- tures, spectacular photos and book signing. CELTIC Pipe Band Ceilidh, CPB's 5th Annual Fundraising Ceilidh (Scottish Dance Party), Nayland College Hall, Saturday September 21, 7pm till 11pm. Tickets at The Richmond Mall, family $40, adults 15, youth $10. FESTIVAL of Flowers and Market day, Mapua Hall, September 21, 9am to 2pm. Coastal Garden Group, floral dis- plays, sausage sizzles, arts and crafts exhibitions, market stalls and more. Ph Ngaire 540 3193. CLOTHES Swap, Saturday September 21, 1.30pm till 4pm, Richmond Town Hall. Clothes, jewellery, accessories, $10 + swaps. Fundraiser for Nelson Harmony Chorus. More info please Ph Trish 544 8876. COMBINED Widows and Widowers Group, meet on Sunday September 22, midday at Riwaka Hotel, Riwaka for lunch and friendship. Ph Virginia 544 0814 or Alison 528 9377. COMMUNITY Concert, Take A Change Singers Sunday September 22, Hope Community Church, 114 Ranzau Rd, Hope, 2pm. Entry $5 or a gold coin for senior citizens / students. Afternoon tea provided. CHERRY Blossom Festival, Miyazu Garden, Atawhai Dr, Sunday Sept- ember 22, 11.30am till 2pm, free admission. Nelson Miyazu Sister City Association and Nelson Japanese Society. Ph Mary 544 7197. INSPIRATIONAL Talks, on life, mind and spirit by visiting Canadian speaker, Sukhvinder. Fairfield House, Sunday September 22 and Monday September 23, 7pm till 8.30pm. Koha entry. See Itson for talk topics. SURVIVORS and Thrivers Coffee Chat Connect, Tuesday September 24, Cafe Affair, Nelson. Meet new people and have fun in this friendly relaxed atmosphere. Ph Cancer Society 539 3662 to register, cost is $5. JAYCEE Reunion, calling any former Nelson or Stoke Jaycee members interested in an informal reunion at the Suburban Club, Tahuanui Dr from 2.30pm till 6pm, Monday October 7. Ph Ron Marris 546 7888. DEVONSHIRE Tea and Music in the Garden, October 11, 10.30am. Aldurie, Aldurie Rd, Waimea West. Tic- kets $15 at Scissor Art, Brightwater. Inquiries Nicky Ph 541 9225 or St Paul's office Ph 542 3694. 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. 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. PLAYCENTRES@xtra.co.nz 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 info Ph Catrin 539 0919. VICTORY Sixty Plus, Tuesdays 1.30pm till 3.30pm, 238 Upper Van- guard St. Join us for cards, games and a cuppa. For more information please Ph Jan 546 9057 or 027 4577 955. COMMUNITY Cinema, $5 koha Fridays 7pm at The Life Centre, 9 Towai St (off Maitland Ave), Stoke. Herbal tea included. Ph 547 8468 or visit www.thelifecentre.co.nz for cur- rent screening. 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. RED Cross, would you like to make a difference? Support former refugees resettle in Nelson. Full training pro- vided. Contact Red Cross Refugee Services: jettie.zeestraten@redcros- s.org.nz or 548 4978. LEARN to Speak with Confidence, come to our twice monthly meetings to gain the skills you need in warm friendly surroundings. Ph Peggy 539 0477 or Yvonne 544 6350 www.powertalknelson1.wordpress.com LIGHTHOUSE Spiritual Awareness Centre, meets every Monday at 7.30pm at the Trafalgar Hall, Trafalgar St (opp. Trailways). All welcome. TE MANAWA Womens 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. ISEL Ladies Probus Club, welcomes new members to interesting, friendly meetings, 4th Wednesday each month 9.45am Saxton Netball Stadium. For more information Ph Shirley 547 2664 or Bev 547 6522. PROBUS Club of Nelson City, welcomes men and women as new members. Meetings held on 2nd Thur- sday of each month, 9.45am at Nel- son Suburban Club. For more infor- mation Ph Deirdre 547 4146. THE TUI Book, available at BNZ Banks and Grey Power Office, Stoke $25 each. Also half size edition at $20 each. Health RENXUE, understanding life, based on teachings of Buddhism, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qigong. This month's topic: What is Qi (chi)? Saturday September 14, 9am. Ph Marianne for details 546 8584. LEARN To Meditate, it's easy and has many benefits. The Life Centre, 9 Towai St, Stoke, September 16 and 23, 1pm till 2.30pm. Ph Sue Mckellar 525 9594. MOVING into Stillness Yoga and Meditation, one day workshop Sunday September 22, 9.30am till 3.30pm. Cost $40, lunch provided. 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