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Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times, Mon, March 25, 2013
www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Monday, March 25, 2013 — 11 Ph: 572-0003 Cnr Gossamer Dr & Ussher Place, Pakuranga OPEN HOURS: Tues 9am-5pm Wed 9am-2pm Thurs 12noon-8pm Fri 9am-5pm Sat 9am-2pm da Vinci HAIR DESIGN BRENDA Expert colourist who specialises in thick, long and unmanageable hair AMANDA Perm specialist, master cutter and expert with fine hair MELISSA Precision hair cutter for the busy professional this is your stylist 120159-V2 Jaye’s Dance 121136 www.jayesdance.co.nz 09 534 4113 “Welcome back Kristine” Visique of Howick Optometrists are pleased to welcome back owner and optometrist Kristine Jensen from maternity leave. Kristine is really enjoying looking after the eye care and vision needs of the Howick community again and working alongside highly skilled optometrist Teresa Hsu. Phone 534 5565 to book your appointment. GET $100 OFF* your new frame with a complete eye exam at Visique of Howick 100 Picton St, Howick. Ph 534 5565 *Usual terms & conditions apply. See in store for details. Offer ends April 30, 2013. $100 OFF 121138 Green fingers FLAT Bush Garden Club meets on March 27 at 7.30pm at St Paul’s Church Hall, Chapel Road. The speaker will be a florist. Take things from your garden and a container for an arrange- ment. Phone Jill on 533-7927 or Pat on 250-1447. Painting workshop JOIN the fun and rewarding painting workshop at Howick’s Uxbridge Creative Centre on April 6. Give your paintings the wow factor by participating in this mixed-media one-day work- shop. All levels welcome. Phone 535-6467 to register. Places are limited. Forest and Bird SOUTH Auckland Forest and Bird has a public field trip at Bucklands Beach on March 30 at 3pm. Meet 200m north of main boat ramp. Margaret Morley shows us a 5000 year old beach and what can be seen at low tide. For enquiries, phone Margaret on 576-8323. Jamboree-bound CAPTAIN Musick Air Scouts are working hard to raise funds for 35 scouts and leaders to at- tend the jamboree in Christch- urch in December. A sausage sizzle fundraiser is outside The Warehouse, Botany, 8am to 5pm on March 30. Come and be “the wind beneath our wings”. Genealogy research SEONAID Lewis, family his- tory librarian at the Auckland Research Centre, leads an intro- ductory workshop to the geneal- ogy e-resource ancestry.com, on April 3, 10-11.30am at Highland Park Library. To reserve a place, phone 535-5935. Refreshed, uplifted EAST Auckland Aglow meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month of school terms, with the next on March 27 at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, at 9.30am. Listen to our speakers, be refreshed and uplifted. Bring a friend, everyone welcome. Crèche provided. Phone Laraine on 537-4070. Cinema club SCREENING at Uxbridge Cine- maClubonMarch28at8pmisI, Don Giovanni. The world of Mo- zart is beautifully re-imagined in this elegant Italian retelling of the story behind the creation of one of his operatic masterpieces. Make a night of it and eat first at Bistro at Uxbridge, a special priced two-course meal for $15. Bookings essential, tickets $8. Phone 535-6467. Easter displays ON MARCH 31, 11am to 3pm, Howick Historical Village, in Lloyd Elsmore Park, comes alive with villagers and visitors enjoy- ing Easter displays, crafts and activities. Pre-book your own Easter egg hunt. It’ll be great fun for the family. Normal entry ap- plies. Phone 576-9506. Paying tribute LOLA Boswell has been musi- cal director of the Pakuranga Ladies Choir since its inception in the 1970s. Every Tuesday, the choir has sung at a retirement village, hospital or hospice. It’s now time to acknowledge Lola’s service to the community. The choir’s holding a morning tea at St Columba Church on April 2 at 10.30am, cost $10 per person. To book, phone Sylvia on 534-9093 or Anne on 263-6571. Power talks WANT to speak confidently no matter what the occasion? Join the Howick Powertalk Club’s six-week course starting on April 23. It’s for people wishing to gain more self-confidence in their personal and professional lives. For enquiries, phone Graham on 537-6039 or Pat on 533-9453. Lively group A FREE workshop for mums, dads and grandparents is held every Thursday, 10am to noon, at Glenhouse, Glenside Avenue, Pakuranga. A lively interactive group meets and socialises for weight loss, exercise, dance, healthy budget food, home de- cor, photography, movies, walks, guest speakers and more. Phone or text Amanda on 021-882-8455 or 576-5229. TV STARS: Beachlands School pupils, including Grace O’Sullivan, front left, and Cassie Curruthers, front right, had their first taste of fame when they made their TV debut recently on 7 Days. They featured in the My Kid Could Draw That segment of the TV3 show, when the comedians had to guess what topical news story they had drawn about. Grace says: “It was very exciting being on the television. Everyone thinks I’m a movie star now.” Times photo Teri Doran While every effort 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 classified advertisement to ensure placement. VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to email@example.com, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our office at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki.
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