What's On: August 4-10

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The Big Latch-on is happening in Whanganui on Friday.
The Big Latch-on is happening in Whanganui on Friday.

Your guide to what's happening in our region this week. If you have an item for this column please email the details to news@wanganuichronicle.co.nz. Deadline is 12 noon on Wednesday.

THURSDAY
WHAT: Stirling Sports' relocation launch party
WHEN: 5pm
WHERE: 68 Victoria Ave
DETAILS: Drinks and nibbles, giveaways - all welcome.


FRIDAY
WHAT: Whanganui Science Forum presents Manuka Money, by Richard Archer
WHEN: 7.30pm
WHERE: Davis Theatre, Watt St
DETAILS: Members $4, non-members $5.

WHAT: The Big Latch-On
WHEN: 9.30am
WHERE: Davis Library, Queens Park
DETAILS: All breastfeeding mothers and their support people are welcome.


SATURDAY
WHAT: Wanganui Bootcamp Olympics
WHEN: 10am
WHERE: 29 Puriri St
DETAILS: Check out www.wanganuibootcamp.com for more details.

WHAT: In The Mood, concert by the Manawatu Concert Band
WHEN: 7.30pm
WHERE: Feilding Civic Centre
DETAILS: Tickets from Feilding Information Centre or on the door _ adults $10; Children/Students $5


SUNDAY
WHAT: Stamp and Coin Fair
WHEN: 10am to 4pm
WHERE: RSA, St Hill Street
DETAILS: Dealers buying and selling coins, banknotes, collectibles, stamps and postcards.

WHAT: Organ recital by Kemp English
WHEN: 2pm
WHERE: Christ Church Anglican church, Wicksteed Street.
DETAILS: Tickets $25; Friends of the Organ $20; Children/students free from Parish Office or on the door.

WHAT: Wanganui Jazz Club presents Fran Barton and the Kevin Clark Trio
WHEN: 5.30pm
WHERE: Wanganui RSA, St Hill St
DETAILS: Entry at the door, members $10, non-members $20.


MONDAY
WHAT: Whanganui Film Society presents Timbuktu
WHEN: 7pm
WHERE: Davis Theatre, Watt St
DETAILS: Members only, see www.whanganuifilmsociety.org.nz.


TUESDAY
WHAT: Creative Sector Public Meeting
WHEN: 5.30pm
WHERE: Community Arts Centre, 19 Taupo Quay
DETAILS: All genres from music, song, applied arts, literary, performance, film, public art, dance are welcome to discuss the future of arts in Whanganui.

- Wanganui Chronicle

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