What’s on in Wagga, August 3, 2015

Updated August 3 2015 - 12:42pm, first published 9:00am
BANANAS AND BACON: Emmy McMahon as a minion and Millie Chisolm in a piggy costume at North Wagga Public School's book week dress-up day. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
BANANAS AND BACON: Emmy McMahon as a minion and Millie Chisolm in a piggy costume at North Wagga Public School's book week dress-up day. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

CARD PARTIES

  • Flowerdale View Club Card Party on Monday, August 24 at St Andrews Hall, Cross Street. Afternoon tea, lucky door prizes and trading table. Phone Robyn on 6971 0290 or Margaret on 6931 2104.
  • Inner Wheel card party Monday, September 7 at Pilgram Church, Tanda Place. $8 per head including afternoon tea. Contact Denyse on 6926 6229 or Lesley on 6922 4602.
  • Card party at St Alban’s Church Hall, Lake Albert Road, Monday, September 14 from 12.30pm to 4pm. $7 a head, lucky door prizes and raffles. Phone Judyth Tuckey on 6922 3859.
  • Wagga Day View Club card party Monday, September 21 at Riverina Gums from noon to 4pm. $8. Bookings to Sue on 6931 1917.
  • The Haven Auxiliary card party Monday, October 12 at The Haven, on Bourke Street at 12.30pm.. Raffle, lucky door prize, trading table. Bookings to Judy on 6931 1682.
  • Pilgrim Uniting Church card party Monday, October 26 at Pilgrim Church, Tanda Place. $7. Phone 6922 5138.
  • Wagga Tennis Association card party Monday, November 9 from noon to 4pm at the Pilgrim Uniting Church, Glenfield. $8. Bookings to Sue on 6931 1917.
  • Claiming the day for a card party, Monday, February 22, 2016, a St Albans Church hall. Kooringal

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