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8 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Monday, February 18, 2013 www.times.co.nz After Dark Range: Fascination, Seduction, Devotion Chiro Range: Elite, Sleeper Plush, Super Plus LATE NIGHT LUXURY TOTAL BODY SUPPORT THE PERFECT PARTNER KIT OUT YOUR BED FOR LESS DISCOVER MORE DEALS INSTORE AND ONLINE. PROUD TO BE LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED PROUD TO BE LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED From $1599 From $3139 Only $999 From $7499 Sanctuary Range: Te mptation, Euphoria, Enchantment, Inspiration WAS $3929 Boston Queen Slat Bed & Manchester Deal Includes: WAS $1999 WAS $10499 THE GOOD NIGHT SPECIALISTS ARE BRINGING YOU VALENTINE'S SAVINGS ALL MONTH LONG. $3000 OFF 20% OFF All sizes from King Single to California King on sale 20% OFF All sizes from King Single to California King on sale BEDS R US PUKEKOHE 132 Manukau Road, Pukekohe Ph: 09 238 1190 Good morning East Auckland 53689-V2 Treat family and friends to a unique gift that puts Howick on the map and in your home. Howick Canvas $150 594mm wide x 841mm deep (A1) Great statement on your wall Framed Art 8"x10" Free-standing or hanging $49 Framed Art 4"x6" Free-standing or hanging $29 Tea Towels $15 Howick cut and dried To buy call into Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki or order online @ www.times.co.nz or at Victoria's in Picton St, Howick Unique local gifts 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. Community classes EDGEWATER Community Edu- cation language courses start this week for Mandarin, Italian, Span- ish, French, Russian, Japanese, Hindi and German. Puppy and dog training commences on February 19 for six weeks. There’s also a cake decorating course, from cupcakes to cake decorating. For details, phone 576-4731, or go to www. shortcoursesandworkshops.co.nz. Careers clinic FREE, short sessions with a quali- fed career guidance counsellor starts on February 19, by appoint- ment only at the Citizens Advice Bureau, Pakuranga. Phone 576- 8331 for details. Wycinanki workshop A PAPER cut-outs workshop is held at the Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick, on February 21, 1-3pm, $6 per per- son. Art class for home-schooled children and others. Learn a Polish traditional paper craft, colourful, fun, and take your art home. Chil- dren need scissors skills. Bookings are essential, other dates available. Phone 533-3530. Market day SUMMERSET by the Park market day is on February 23, 11am-3pm, at 7 Flat Bush School Road. There’ll be a mixture of delights for sale. Stall space $20. Phone Cheryl on 272-3950. Mix and mingle AUCKLAND singles mix and min- gle dance is held on February 24, 7pm at Howick RSA, Wellington Street. Guest artist is Richard Mid- dleton. Cash bar, complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits. Admis- sion is $12. For more details phone Carol on 021-401-235, or see www. aucklandsingleadults.org.nz. Historical walk AN HISTORICAL walk of Howick, with leader Alan La Roche, MBE, Howick historian, is on February 23. Meet outside All Saints Church, Selwyn Road, at 1pm for a two- hour easy walk visiting the best of Howick. Brochures supplied, $5 per adult. Phone 534-7366. Early settlers DO YOU have an ancestor who was an early settler in New Zealand? The Fencible Society is holding a meeting on February 24, 1.30pm at the Panmure Library, Pilkington Road. The guest speaker is Trevor Marshall talking about “Weapons of the 1780s-1880s”, plus a display of muskets and handguns used by the Fencibles. Phone Nancy on 298-9202. Single parents REFRESH community group is meeting for afternoon tea on Feb- ruary 23 at Highland Park Com- munity House, 47 Aviemore Drive, 2-4pm. Parenting coach Kristina Patterson will be presenting tips and ideas. For enquiries, phone Kris on 577-5721. Coffee club GOLDEN Age Coffee Group meets on Wednesdays, 10.30-11.30am, at the Picton Centre, 120 Picton Street, Howick, for fun, friendship, barbecues and trips and a lovely morning tea. New members wel- come. Cost $5. Phone Robyn on 537-9240 or Les on 535-3530. Active movement WRIGGLE and Rhyme active move- ment is held on Tuesday mornings at the Highland Park Library with a choice of two sessions, 9.30am and 11am. Enjoy a 30-minute music and movement session that is espe- cially for children 0-2 years. Phone 535-5935. Ladies Probus PAKURANGA Ladies Probus Club meets on the fourth Friday of each month at 10am at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Road. Inter- esting speakers, morning tea and visitors are welcome. Meet new people and make friends. Phone Pip on 576-8932. Asian culture CELEBRATE Chinese and Korean culture at Highland Park Library on February 23, 1.30-4pm with sto- ries followed by traditional music, dance performances and a taek- wondo demonstration. All wel- come for afternoon tea after per- formances. Phone 535-5935. Shakespeare Aloud THE next gathering to read The Merry Wives of Windsor at High- land Park Library is on February 21 at 7pm. All welcome. Phone Teresa on 535-3092 for further details. POINTS OF INTEREST: An historical walk of Howick, led by historian Alan La Roche, is held this Saturday. While every e ort is made to run the notices, volume and space restrictions may mean events will not run. Where publication of a notice is time-critical, groups should consider paying for a classi ed advertisement to ensure placement.
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