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10 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, October 25, 2012 www.times.co.nz 118502-V14 121289 Ladies Probus THE Ladies Probus Club of How- ick Central meets at 10am on Oc- tober 26 at Nixon Hall, Sale Street. The speaker is Bob Kerridge of the Auckland SPCA. Visitors and new members welcome. Phone Bev on 534-7319. Rose show HOWICK Horticultural Society presents its rose show on October 27, 10.30am to 3pm at Fencible Lounge, Uxbridge Road. Floral art, cut fowers, fruit and vegetables, plant sales, raffe. Morning and af- ternoon tea $5, free entry. Phone 534-0249. School gala WAKAARANGA Primary School, at 18 Butley Drive, Farm Cove, is holding its gala on October 27, 10am-2pm. White elephant stall, raffes, rides, games, lots of food. Book sale HIGHLAND Park Library’s book sale starts on October 27 at 9.30am. For enquiries, phone 535-5935. First aid AUCKLAND East Parents Centre is running an infant frst aid and CPR session suitable for parents, grand- parents, babysitters or friends car- ing for babies and young children up to the age of two. It’s held on October 27 from 9.30-11.30am at Keall House, 31 Uxbridge Road, Howick. Prior booking is essential. Phone 537-0560. Single parents REFRESH single parents are hold- ing a community group afternoon tea on October 27 from 2-4pm at Highland Park Community House, 47 Aviemore Drive. Childcare is available. The speaker will share food and shopping tips. Phone Kris 577-5721 for further information. Girl Guides THERE’S a car wash and sausage sizzle at Howick College on Octo- ber 27 from 8.30am, in support of Howick District Girl Guiding to raise funds for their Vincent Street den roof. Family support ARE you upset because someone else drinks? Join us at the Howick Pakuranga Al-Anon Family Group for families and friends of prob- lem drinkers, every Monday night at 7.45-9pm at the Anchorage Park Community House, Swan Crescent, off Tiraumea Drive, Pakuranga. Phone 379-4871. Bible study THE Bible Study Fellowship (BSF), an interdenominational non-proft international lay organisation, is studying the book of Genesis. A pro- gramme for women with children runs on Mondays, 9.15-11.30am, at the International Baptist Church, 2 Dannemora Drive. Registration be- gins on October 29. For enquiries, phone Ada on 535-1327 or Marsha on 530-8938. Cinema club UXBRIDGE Cinema Club screens Project Nim on October 29, at 8pm at Uxbridge Creative Centre, How- ick. In the 1970s, Nim became the focus of a landmark experiment, which aimed to show an ape could learn to communicate with lan- guage if raised and nurtured like a human. It’s a documentary that’s comical, revealing and challeng- ing to perceptions of humanity. It runs for 93 minutes. Tickets are $8. For more information, phone 535-6467. Child's play THE Children’s Autism Foundation organises a “Skills through play” meeting for parents and caregivers of young children with ASD and their children. Sessions focus on understanding child development, types of play and importance, how to engage your child in play, what toys and resources to use. They’re held at Howick Community Centre, 563 Pakuranga Road, on November 9 and December 7, 10am to noon. For details and to register, phone Arletta on 555-0966. PERSONAL GIFTS: The cancer crusaders group of room 18 at Howick Intermediate has donated artworks they created to Kidz First Hospital. The paintings feature bright colours to cheer up sick children and are based on the artistic technique of Henry Rousseau, who specialised in animals in their natural habitats. Kidz First's Robyn Maria says the art will look amazing in the emergency department where many children have their initial encounter with the hospital. Photo supplied VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to email@example.com, 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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