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8 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, October 4, 2012 www.times.co.nz HOWICK FRESH • SPECIALS FROM THURSDAY TO SUNDAY • 30 UNION RD, HOWICK 30 UNION RD, HOWICK. OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM-6.00PM. 1KG BAG NEW ZEALAND MANDARINS $199 TRUSS TOMATOES $999 GOLDEN KIWIFRUIT $129 1KG BAG NEW ZEALAND ASPARAGUS $199 BUNCH AVOCADOS $149 4INBAG BROCCOLI $129 LETTUCE 99C SPINACH 99C EACH EACH BAG KG 118549-V23 Large range of products available in bulk and in bags. Free loan trailers. Delivery service available. 64 Ormiston Road, East Tamaki Ph 09 273 9271 / 0800 TOP SOIL www.centrallandscapes.co.nz 112042-V3 CAMBELT REPLACEMENT 274 5122 0800 CAMBELT (226 235) 9c Lady Ruby Drive, East Tamaki RING THE EXPERTS FOR A QUOTE DON'T TAKE THE RISK WITH YOUR CAMBELT SERVICES116967 FREE LOAN CARS 115417-V2 www.resthavenfunerals.co.nz Cnr Picton & Walter MacDonald Sts, Howick Ph 533 7493 (also in Manurewa) 117991-v2 Man has advertised since time began Long before there were newspapers, there were adver- tisers. 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OPEN 7 DAYS www.lawnheat.co.nz • Air Filter Service • New Oil • New Spark Plug • Blade Sharpen & Balance • Tune & Clean SPRING Lawn Mower and Chainsaw Repair FROM $59.95 121413 Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Combined Probus Club meets on October 4 at 10am at Eastview Baptist Church, 555 Chapel Road. Entertainment from the Trinity Puppeteers. For enquiries, phone Moira on 274- 5471 or David on 274-4226. Heritage walk AS PART of the Auckland Heritage Festival, Howick Library offers a free heritage walk through How- ick, led by Ros Palmer, on October 5, leaving from library at 10.30am. Phone 534-5301. Talking antiques LADIES Probus Club of Highland Park meets on October 5, 10am at Howick Little Theatre, Lloyd Els- more Park. The speaker is Vivien Leonard of Arkwrights Antiques in Paeroa. Visitors welcome. Phone Marion on 576-9596 or Jane on 577-1031. Friendship club BUCKLANDS Beach Senior Citi- zens Friendship Club meets on October 5, 12.45-3pm at Bucklands Beach Memorial Hall, Wharf Road. Entertainment, bingo, games and trips. Afternoon tea. Cost $3. Phone Rosemary on 532-8510 or Olive on 534-6938. Orchid show HOWICK Orchid Society’s one day show is at Fencible Lounge, Ux- bridge Road, October 6, from 9am- 4pm. Beautiful fowers on display and orchid plants for sale. Find out how to grow orchids and see differ- ent varieties grown locally. Entry $4 adults. Phone Anton 537-1251. Bluegrass music IF YOU have an interest in blue- grass music, you’ll want to go to The Bluegrass Cabin. This is the home of the bluegrass and old-time mountain music jam held on the frst Saturday of each month in the upstairs room at Tom Kroon’s Mu- sicWorks Shop in Howick, starting at 2pm. Pickers welcome. Phone Banjoman on 536-4188. Classy crafts BRENDA Osborne (cot quilts, nov- elty laundry bags, thermal dinner mats) and Jenny Luxmore (range of crafty gifts) will be at the Classy Crafts market on October 6, 9am- 1pm, inside All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick. Bless thy pet ST Paul’s Church, Chapel Road, Flat Bush, has its annual St Francis Day pet blessing on October 7 at 10am. All pets welcomed, but must be accompanied by an owner, and well controlled. Phone 274-3460. Computers for seniors PAKURANGA SeniorNet meets on October 5, 10am at St Andrews Church, corner Ridge Road and Vincent Street. Annual general meeting, followed by a talk by Grant Sidaway, of the SeniorNet Federation. Visitors welcome. Phone Warren on 534-3482 or Tri- cia on 533-5983. Forest and Bird SOUTH Auckland Forest and Bird meets at the Methodist Lounge, corner Alfriston and Great South Roads, Manurewa, on October 8 at 7.30pm. Jenny Laycock talks about native frogs, threats to their survival and her recent research work. Junior engineers THE Junior Engineer’s Club is run- ning more workshops in the second week of the holidays at Highland Park Community House. Learn how to construct working models using Meccano, suitable for ages 7-12. Phone 536-4188 or 027-671- 6004 for details. Children's workshop KIDS holiday claymation work- shop for six to 12-year-olds is on at Uxbridge Creative Centre, 35 Ux- bridge Road, Howick, on October 8-9, 9.30am to 3.30pm, $140. Learn how to create a claymation char- acter and bring it to life with tu- tor Guy Capper, an award winning animator, who will guide students step by step through the animation process, using a computer and dig- ital camera. Phone 535-6467. IN THE midst of temperamental spring weather, temperatures soared and the cherry blossom burst last Sunday for a picnic day. For the frst time, the Leung family opened their Zen Garden at Whitford to the public for a cherry blossom festival, following the Jap- anese tradition of having a picnic under cherry trees when the blos- som comes out. Johnny Leung wasn’t surprised the weather was perfect. After all, he said, Feng shui – positive energy from wind and water – ruled the garden. People were free to wander the 25-acre property, picnic under the trees and listen to a range of Japanese and Chinese entertainers throughout the afternoon. Blossom festivities JAPANESE EXPERIENCE: The Tamashii Tiko Drummers performed under the cherry blossom trees on a sunny afternoon. Photo supplied / Toni Stevens VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our o ce at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki.
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