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12 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Monday, September 9, 2013 www.times.co.nz 122982-V4 Phone 537 1041 www.bininn.co.nz 2/219 Moore St, Howick Open 7 days 7am-7pm Walnut Pieces $2.39 100 GRAMS $23.99 KG Sanitarium Rice Pops $69C 100 GRAMS $6.99 KG Gluten-free Kiwiland Sweets ANY 2 FOR$3 123472 Elections 2013 Your city, your votes 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. Auckland archives PANMURE branch of the NZ So- ciety of Genealogists meets at the Family Research Centre, 159 Queens Road, on September 10 at 5pm for own research and 7.30pm for meeting. Topic: Auckland city archives. For details, phone Vivi- enne on 578-2525. Session for parents AUCKLAND East Parents Centre is having an information session about introducing solid foods, gut and physical development, and practical family food ideas, on Sep- tember 11 from 10am to noon in Howick. To register, phone 021- 416-936, or email auckland.east@ parentscentre.org.nz. Barista course THINKING of a barista job, or buying your own coffee business? This is the course you need. This weekend’s session has at least six hours of practical hands-on time, a full course booklet is provided and on completion you receive a cer- tifcate. For more details and enrol- ments, phone Edgewater College on 576-4731. Traditional jazz THE Vintage Jazz Band plays at the Nixon Centre, Sale Street, Ho- wick, on September 13, 7.30-10pm. Entry costs members $10, non $15, cash bar, all welcome. For enquir- ies, phone Peter on 534-4541. Favourite characters SUPERHERO Sunday is at High- land Park Library on September 15 at 1.30pm. Can you fy across the skies? Can you handle kryptonite? Can you dodge laser beams? Come dressed as your favourite character for an afternoon of super fun cele- brating Comic Book Month. Phone 535-5935. Birds for sale THE Auckland Metro Bird Club is having a bird, accessories and seed sale at its meeting on September 17, 7.30pm in the Panmure Communi- ty Rooms, 1 Pilkington Road. Budg- ies, canaries, fnches and parakeets will be for sale, with proceeds go- ing towards the club hosting the National Bird Show in 2015. Sup- per provided. For further details, phone 576-2535. Talking Point THE subject of the next meeting is “Bringing love to life” with Steve Farrelly, whose initiative of pro- viding breakfast to children at a Manurewa school has grown into a programme that’s transform- ing communities across Auckland. Talking Point is on September 18, 10.30am at Pakuranga Library, with tea and coffee served at 10.15am. All welcome. Probus gathering THE Probus Club of Howick meets at St Andrew’s Church Centre, Vincent Street, at 10am on Septem- ber 13. The speaker is Jock Jamie- son from the Sensible Sentencing Trust. Visitors and future members are welcome. For more informa- tion, phone Cliff on 534-5246. County Down HOWICK branch of the NZ Soci- ety of Genealogists meets on Sep- tember 14 at St Andrew’s Church Centre, Vincent Street, at 1.30pm. Miles Dillon’s talk will be “The townlands of County Down – a case study”. Door charge $5. Visitors welcome. For more details, phone 576-4715 or 576-5400. Children's market A MARKET for kids, run by kids, where children are little entrepre- neurs selling their old toys, games, books, clothes, puzzles and more. It’s on September 14, 9-11am at the Picton Centre, 120 Picton Street, Howick. Tables are still available. Phone Nikki on 534-2845, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sunday film THE movie, Man of Iron, screens at the Polish Heritage Trust Mu- seum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick, on September 15 at 2pm, 147 minutes. Marciej is a young worker involved in the anti-Communist labour Soli- darity movement, described as “the man who started the Gdansk ship- yard strike”. Entry by donation, all welcome. FEATHER NESTS: The Auckland Metro Bird Club is holding a bird, accessories and seed sale at its meeting on September 17. Times photo 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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