Feilding Herald : November 17th 2011
28 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011 ARTS & 4191092AB FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 Literacy Feilding Book Sale 10am -- 4pm. Community House, 131 Manchester St. Ph 323 1256 The Farm 8pm. Feilding Little Theatre, Stafford St. Dinner (6.30pm) Ph 323 5051 Lytton Street School Trivia Quiz Challenge!! 7pm, Lytton Street School Hall. Ph 323 6687 to book Seniors Manchester House weekly van trips. Ph 323 7191 Eden Kindergarten Playgroup 8.45am -- 11.45am. Ph 323 8057 Community Playcentre 9am. Ph 06 212 0522 Kimbolton Playcentre 9am -- 12 noon. Ph 328 5897 The Lampost 7.30pm -- 9.15pm. Manawatu Truck Ser vices Ph 021 665 899 or 021 658 430 Manawatu Pottery Exhibition 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 NZ Classic Motorcycle Spring Classic 9am -- 5pm. Manfeild, South St. Ph 09 525 0939 Cross Hills Gardens Country Fair 9am -- 5pm. Cross Hills Gardens, Kimbolton. Ph 328 5797 Literacy Feilding Book Sale 10am -- 4pm. Community House, Ph 323 1256 Leisure Marching 11am. Civic Centre, Aorangi St. Ph 3231001 Feilding & District Rose Show 12pm -- 4pm. St Pauls Church Hall, Ph 323 0247 The Farm 8pm. Feilding Little Theatre, Stafford St. Dinner (6.30pm) Ph 323 5051 Johnston Park Bowls Johnston Park, Ph 323 5259 or 323 7569 Clay, Sculpturing & Wheel Work 10.00am. Railway Station, Ph 357 6863 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 NZ Classic Motorcycle Spring Classic 9am -- 5pm. Manfeild, South St. Ph 09 525 0939 The Farm 5pm. Feilding Little Theatre, Stafford St. Ph 323 5051 Feilding Lions Club 18 hole Mini Golf 11am -- 5pm. Church St. Ph: 021 426 236 Manawatu Pottery Exhibition 1pm -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, Ph 323 2323 MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 Feilding Antique Club 10am -- 11.30am. Oroua Woman's Club,. Ph 323 5732 Croquet Club 12.45pm. Croquet Courts, Ph 324 0635 Halcombe Playcentre 9am 12noon. Ph 328 8693 Feilding Country Line Dancers Easy Int/Int 6pm till 8.30pm. Knox Church Hall. Ph 323 3829 Feilding Contract Bridge Club 7.15pm-10pm, Clubrooms, Ph 323 8402. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 Lodge Manchester No 287 Visitors 7.45pm. Freemasons Hall. Ph 323 7136 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Community Playcentre 9am. 42 North St. Ph 06 212 0522 Kimbolton Playcentre 9am -- 12 noon. 4 Lind St. Ph 328 5897 Little Groovers Music & Movement, 9.15am, & 10.30am. Knox Church Hall, Ph 323 5062 or 323 7240 Feilding Spinning Club 10.30am -- 3pm. Life Point Church, Ph 329 2928 English Language Group 10am -- 11.30am. Community House, Ph 323 1256 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Feilding Tae Kwon-do Academy 6.30pm -- 8pm. MSS Hall. Ph 027 440 5054 or 022 694 4917 Manawatu Pottery Exhibition 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, Ph 323 2323 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 Croquet Club 9.15am Croquet Courts, Johnston Park, Ph 324 0635 Johnston Park Bowls Johnston Park, Ph 323 5259 or 323 7569 Halcombe Playcentre 9am - 12noon. Ph 328 8693 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Pre-school Music 10am -- 11am. The Salvation Army, Ph 323 4718 St John Indoor Bowling 1.30pm -- 3.30pm. St John's Church Hall, Ph 323 4941. Phoenix Kiwi's Marching Club 3.30pm -- 4.30pm. Girls aged 5 -- 12 years. FIS Hall, Ph 323 4169 Feilding Country Line Dancers Int/Adv. 6pm till 8.30pm. MSS Hall, Ph 323 3829 Iconz Feilding (formerly Boys Brigade) 6pm. St Johns Church Hall, Ph 323 5004 Ashhurst Scottish Country Dance Club 7.30pm -- 10pm, Whakarongo Hall, Ph 357 6564 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 The Farm 8pm. Feilding Little Theatre, Stafford St. Dinner (6.30pm) Ph 323 5051 Doodlebugs Playgroup 9am -- 11.30am. Knox Church Hall, North St. Ph 323 7240 or 323 5062 Pre-school Playgroup 9.30am - 11.30am. The Salvation Army, Ph 323 4718 Feilding Plunket Playgroup 9.30am -- 11.30am. Lifepoint Church, Ph 027 465 3569 Mainly Music 9.30am, Feilding Bible Chapel, Ph 323 9522 Arthritis Group Exercise. 9.45am. St Paul's Church Hall, Ph 323 1425 Have a Go Mornings 10am -- 12pm. Feilding Art Centre, Ph 323 2323 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 11am -- 5pm. Church St. Ph 021 426 236 Seniors Entertainment Afternoon 1.30pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Feilding Tae Kwon-do Academy 6.30pm -- 8pm. MSS Hall. Ph 027 440 5054 or 022 694 4917 No 32 Squadron Air Training Cadets 6.30 -- 9pm. 13 -- 18yrs. Tote building, Manfeild, Ph 323 2532 Feilding Contract Bridge Club 7.15pm-10pm, ClubroomsPh 323 8402 Manawatu Pottery Exhibition 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, COMING EVENTS: SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 Feilding Brass Variety Concert 7.30pm. Civic Centre, Aorangi St. Adults $15, Students $5, Family $35, Feilding Information Centre. Ph 323 3318 SUNDAY DECEMBER 11 Christmas Parade & Carnival 10am -- 4pm. Parade starts at 2pm. Feilding Town Centre. Ph 323 3318 Registrations open for stalls (no food) and Floats. Contact Feilding Information Centre. For further details or to register your event, contact the Feilding & District Information Centre at 10 Manchester Square, Feilding, Ph 323 3318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline 12 noon Friday 4182102AA Rangitikei Club Inc. Bowen St, Feilding ̶ Phone 323 5014 CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH Have you thought about Xmas lunch. Dine with us and Christmas day and we'll do the dishes for you.... Bookings being taken now, phone us to book your table. Saturday 19th November "The Emerald Brothers" Friday 25th November "Karaoke" Come in and sing your heart out. Saturday 2nd December "Highland Country" Friday and Saturday raffles and membership draws. Join us for quality entertainment and great dance music. We welcome Members, members guests and affiliated members 4189677AA Saturday 26 Nov 9pm - late Bullfrog Rata & The Interlopers with special guest Janine Knap Don't forget to book your Christmas Function with us From the home of the $10 Lunches Do yourself a favour, try our Irish flavour Fergusson Street Feilding Phone 323 8181 4178704AA 10am to 4.30pm, November Sat 26 & Sun 27 2011 an art exhibition of NZ Native Birds by Deb Wolfsbauer 67 East St Feilding Shona Rubery Designs Studio 4189387AA Nature spins Deb's world Naturally: A Bird in the Hand is the name of artist Deb Wolfsbauer's solo art exhibition of New Zealand Native Birds. Through the eyes of Deb Wolfs- bauer, everything creates a sense. She has grown up immersed in a love of art and creativity. Deb has a wondrous eye for pre- cision, evident in her work as a graphic designer. Many busi- nesses throughout the Mana- watu had Deb's carefully co- ordinated and creative approach to highlighting and profiling their business point of difference. Her passion has always been the environment and she spends much of her time out- doors. Nature is her biggest influence and she embraces her love of the earth. Deb can be best described as one of those people that draw energy from having her feet firmly planted on the ground. The Earth is a living breath- ing entity -- our world, our land, our love,'' she says. Deb gains strength and takes ideas from everything around her. Nature is her muse and she is happy expressing herself with her paintings. Her colours are vibrant and bold. She manages to feel the playfulness and movement and transfers this energy into her paintings as she brings them to life. She also manages to evoke all the senses in her work. As well as painting she also sculpts, working with wood, stone, concrete and wire. Viewing her work may suggest a touch, a smell, a sound that will remind you of the enchantment of the world around us. This is her debut solo exhibition and all her work will be for sale. It will be like taking a piece of life home with you, continu- ally re-affirming the bountiful beauty of the creatures that inhabit New Zealand,'' she says. A Bird in the Hand, November 26 and 27, 10am till 4.30pm, at Shona Rubery Designs Studio, 67 East St, Feilding. Well-stoked story of war Danger Close By Dave Hayward Self-published $30 Reviewed by John Myers In an army world of officers and men, Feilding's Dave Hayward retired as top man -- Sergeant Major of the Army -- after a 33-year infantry career from the Malayan emergency'' to the Indonesian confrontation'' and the Vietnam war. He has an understandably personal take on soldiering, and Danger Close is his second experience-based novel. His first, Point of the Spear, concern- ing rising young Corporal John Barr in Malaya, was full of youthful exuber- ance for his work and for a planter's daughter. It was a good read in the Innes- McLean thriller style and Dave Hay- ward modestly admits its 300 print run made a little pocket money -- in itself no mean feat. Danger Close has a much more experienced and thoughtful, middle- aged John Barr at its centre, company sergeant major of Zulu Company, based at Nui Dat, Vietnam, alongside the Aussies as part of an Anzac bat- talion. He's on a 12-month tour of duty while the planter's daughter, Patricia, looks after their four children in the Malayan base camp of Terendak. There are parallel stories here, of Barr's life on the frontline, a continu- ing struggle against environment and enemy while battling for a fair go from the Australian command Zulu company operates under and from Kiwi politicians gone all wobbly over the small, but vociferous, anti-Vietnam war movement at home. The tale climaxes with the Tet offensive of 1967. The second part of the story focuses on the lives of the wives and children at Terendak, handling their own sometimes fright- ening problems while remaining faith- ful to absent husbands. Yes, Danger Close is a homage to soldiers and their families. At times that's laid on fairly thick -- one of the pillars of the sergeant major's role is to ensure that everybody knows he/she's appreciated -- but the action and atmosphere created by Hayward stays well-stoked throughout. The modern temptation to luridly overstate nasty things is held in check, but there's no doubt as to exactly what's happening. The book is certainly worth the read -- as a thriller, as a record of the atti- tudes of the day, and as a record of how Kiwi infantrymen conducted their role in the Vietnam war. Danger Close is available at email@example.com, and during Saturday's book launch at Pop- pies Bookstore in Feilding.
November 24th 2011