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www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, Apr l 4, 2013 --- 7 121229-V2 RMH6015 Check out the COMPETITIONS page for lots of great fashion giveaways. Fashion News, Events, Tips, Lookbooks & lots more... www.fashionz.co.nz NEW ZEALAND FASHION ONLINE New Zealand's TOP fashion website Brands include: Andrea Moore, Augustine, Sabatini, Caroline Sills, Diesel, Juliette Hogan, Kagi, Karen Walker, Kate Sylvester, Kathryn Wilson, Max, Mondegreen, Nicholas Jermyn, Repertoire, Stolen Girlfriends, Storm, Tamsin Cooper, Zambesi. SHOP ONLINE for an extensive range of Men's & Women's clothing, shoes & accessories. Classy crafts NEW crafters Melanie (moss gar- dens in glass) and Kristine (mario- nettes and paintings) will be at Classy Crafts Indoor Market on April 6, 9am to 1pm inside All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick. A varied range of quality NZ-made crafts are offered each week. For the few remaining tables, phone Ruth on 535-7513 or 535-8777. Volcanic risk U3A Pakuranga meets on April 8, 1.30pm at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Reeves Road, Pakuranga. The guest speaker is Elaine Smid, of Auckland University’s School of En- vironment, talking about “determin- ing volcanic risk in Auckland”. This is the fnal meeting at this venue, new one in May. Phone Bob on 534-4496 or Robin on 576-5572. Rural fare ALFRISTON Country Market is on April 6, 9am to noon in the communi- ty hall beside Alfriston School, corner Mill and Alfriston Roads, Manurewa. There are wonderful Mother’s Day gifts, for the house and garden, to eat, clothes and toys for the littlies, morn- ing tea, coffee and ice creams. Phone Gendy on 266-5134. Dance steps CITY of Sails Rock n’ Roll Club has dance lessons for beginners com- mencing on April 7 at Bucklands Beach Intermediate School hall at 7pm. All welcome. Phone Annette on 0274-955-607, or see www.cityof- sails.org.nz. Get-togethers LOVE dancing and have no partner? Join us at Howick RSA for fortnight- ly dances on Sundays from 7pm with a band. The next is on April 7, with D’Starlights, $12 entry, open bar, complimentary tea and coffee. Phone Carol on 021-401-235. Wind in the Willows HOWICK College presents the chil- dren’s classic The Wind in the Wil- lows in the Howick College Theatre on April 10-13 at 7pm. Tickets avail- able at the door, or at the college, adults $10, students and pensioners $7, children $5, and under-fves free. For details, phone Jillian Dryden on 534-4492 ext 774. Court records PANMURE branch of NZ Society of Genealogists meets at Family Re- search Centre, 159 Queens Road, on April 9, 5pm for own research, 7.30pm for meeting. The topic is court records. For more information, phone Edward on 576-8787. Senior forum FREE seminar discussing the big de- cision to move from the family home into retirement living. We have a panel of experts to help you become better informed: Carol Livingstone, lawyer; Suzanne McDowell, fran- chise owner Mike Pero; Peter Lane, Vision Dannemora; guest speaker Elizabeth Brennan from Driving Miss Daisy. It’s at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, on April 10, 10-11am. To book, phone Suzanne on 215-2787. Evacuees' reunion THE Auckland branch of the Evacu- ees Reunion Association meets on April 7 at St Mark’s Church hall, Pa- kuranga Road, opposite Lloyd Els- more Park, at 1.30pm. Partners and friends welcome, $2 donation to- wards expenses, bring small plate to share and your luggage label. Raffe prizes. Phone Aline on 416-5255 or Jean on 576-9266. Fashion parade ENTERTAINMENT at the 60s Up Pakuranga meeting on April 9 will be a fashion parade by Millers Ladies Fashions at 9.30am at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts. Members book for the visit to the alpaca farm at Bombay, April 17, $30. New members wel- come. Phone Heather on 576-3614. Volunteers needed WE NEED volunteer drivers and shopping companions who can com- mit a couple of hours once every fve to six weeks for our shopping shut- tle service. Manukau East Shopping Shuttle provides a door-to-door serv- ice for the elderly every Thursday to shop at Botany Town Centre or Pa- kuranga Plaza. If you can help, phone Maureen McKechnie 0800-632-2677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. TIPPING SCALES: Almost 200 people participated in Beachlands Chartered Club's annual fishing competition last Saturday, with calm weather making it a perfect day for casting lines in the Hauraki Gulf. The biggest snapper, pictured here at auction with Matt Roxburgh, was caught by Simon Crawford of Maraetai, weighing in at a whopping 8.08kg. Major sponsors Big Fish Bait & Tackle and local businesses donated prizes worth $9000. Event organiser Shane Naughton says: "Everyone is saying this has been the best competition in years." All proceeds from the fish auction go to Beachlands School. Times photo Teri Doran 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. 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. Easy tiger BREAKFAST with big cats is planned to help raise funds for Sumatran tigers in the wild. Auckland Zoo is hold- ing two breakfasts at its tiger exhibit this weekend where guests will be able to view the cats who will also be breakfasting. A tiger keeper will give a talk about the critically- endangered animal. Following breakfast, one-of-a-kind items will be auctioned and guests will then get a behind- the-scenes tour to see some of the zoo’s most spectacular animals up close. The continental break- fasts are at 8-10am on the weekend of April 6-7 and each is limited to 40 guests. Tickets are $95, or $180 for a double. Proceeds go to the Auckland Zoo Conserva- tion Fund to support 21st Century Tiger. There are fewer than 400 Sumatran tigers in the wild and 21st Century Tiger has been formed under the umbrella of the Fauna and Flora Interna- tional organisation. Its work in the Kerinci Seblat National Park in Sumatra has resulted in the Sumatran tiger popu- lation increasing from an estimated 140 animals in 2006 to at least 177. To book breakfast, phone 360-3805, or fnd details online at www. aucklandzoo.co.nz. More details about 21st Century Tiger is available at www.21stcenturytiger. org.
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