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www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, September 12, 2013 --- 15 27-29 PICTON ST, HOWICK PH 535 9661 123613 124447 451 Ti Rakau Dr, The Hub Botany Downs. Ph 273 8088. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Monday-Saturday 9am-5.30pm, Sunday 10am-5pm. BEDPOST BOTANY AT THE HUB Ph: (09) 271 8020 50 Stonedon Drive, East Tamaki Email email@example.com Times Design Store offers a wide range of media services for creative, effective and affordable advertising and PR, across all mediums. We can help you grow your business. Contact us today to build a creative partnership in which you can rely on our industry experience to develop effective visual communications for your business. We provide: • A full advertising service including placement in other publications • Design, print and distribution of brochures, booklets, leafets, posters, newspapers, magazines, manuals, annual reports, calendars, packaging including photography, copywriting and graphics • Full colour copy service • Design and manufacture of banners and signage • Advertisement design and typesetting • Web development, design and hosting • Corporate presentations • Corporate branding Stitch up HOWICK Quilting Friends meet on the second Saturday of the month at Nixon Park Hall, 70 Sale Street, How- ick. For further details, phone Liz on 535-4027 or Lyn on 535-4663. Traditional jazz THE Vintage Jazz Band plays at the Nixon Centre, Sale Street, Howick, on September 13 from 7.30-10pm. Entry costs members $10, non $15, cash bar, all welcome. For enquiries, phone Peter on 534-4541. Banjos -- on fire IS A workshop exploring the 200- year history and development of this unique North American instrument. It’ll cover construction of the banjo, types, and different styles of play- ing. If anyone has a banjo, especially an old one, they’re welcome to bring it along. The 80-minute workshop is held at Tom Kroon’s MusicWorks Shop in Rices Mall, Howick, on Sep- tember 14 starting at 1pm, entry $10. Phone Graeme on 027-671-6004. Classy Crafts WE’RE three years old! Classy Crafts Indoor Market has quality New Zea- land-made handcrafts and souvenirs. Exquisite baby shower gifts, retro crafts, jewellery, woodcraft, designer felting, children’s books, novelties and more. Browse in comfort at the market inside All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick, on Saturdays, 9am to 1pm. Garage sale TRINITY Methodist Church, at 474 Pakuranga Road, is having a garage sale on September 14 starting at 8am. There will be lots of bargains in household goods, clothing and bric- a-brac. Come and see what treasures we have for you. Proceeds are in aid of church funds. Phone 534-5227. Public speaking DO YOU have to speak at an anniver- sary, wedding, birthday or farewell? Are speaking skills restricting your career? Pakuranga Toastmasters meets fortnightly for friendly train- ing in a supportive environment. The next meeting is on September 16 and for further information, phone Andrew on 528-8554 or Alun on 576- 5597, or send email to Pakuranga@ toastmasters.org.nz. Seniors' discussion GUEST speaker is Trisha James, chairwoman and course co-ordinator for SeniorNet, which brings older adults and technology together in a friendly, fun and stress-free way. Come and share a cuppa and enjoy a Q&A session about the move from the family home into retirement liv- ing. It’s on September 18, 10-11am, at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Reeves Road, Pakuranga. All welcome, free entry. To book, phone Suzanne on 215-2787. Swing into spring BALLROOM dancing and Latin American, in Pakuranga. Beginner and refresher classes, for singles, cou- ples, seniors, youth and teens. All wel- come. On Wednesdays, fve evening classes at 7-8pm, Saturday afternoon classes at 2-3pm. Join an eight-week class and build confdent dance skills through professional teaching. For further details, phone Norma-Jean at the Masada Centre on 576-5229 or 021-258-2405. Age Concern FLAT Bush Selwyn Seniors has Mela- nie Jaggs from Age Concern deliver- ing a short presentation on September 13 and invites interested people to join for morning tea at 10am. She’ll outline how the service works in your com- munity. Meeting at St Paul’s Church Hall, 141 Chapel Road. Phone Jill for bookings, essential for catering, on 533-7947. Probus gathering COMBINED Probus Club of Ormiston meets at 10am on Septem- ber 19 at Flat Bush Old School hall, corner of Flat Bush School and Mur- phys Roads. The speaker is Hoda El Walili, who set up the Marhaba non- proft organisation to provide teach- ing in Arabic and Islam for children. Visitors and new members welcome. Phone Mike on 279-3956. English classes DAYTIME and evening classes are available at Edgewater College for beginners, intermediate, speaking, lis- tening and pronunciation, workplace English and more. For details, phone 576-4731. Support group EAST Auckland breast cancer sup- port group meets on September 18, 7.30pm at Highland Park Commu- nity House, 47 Aviemore Drive. The guest speaker will show how to make a small Christmas decoration. For enquiries, phone Jennifer on 274- 1192 or Wynne on 534-7265. Bird sale AUCKLAND Metro Bird Club is hav- ing a bird, accessories and seed sale at its meeting on September 17, 7.30pm in the Panmure Community Rooms, 1 Pilkington Road. Budgies, canaries, fnches and parakeets will be for sale, with proceeds going towards the club hosting the National Bird Show in 2015. Supper provided. For enquiries, phone 576-2535. Fill a bag sale ON SEPTEMBER 18, 19 and 20, from 9am to 12.30pm at St Columba Op Shop, 480 Ti Rakau Drive. Come and get the bargains! Live action HOWICK Historical Village has its monthly live day on September 15 from 10am to 4pm. Admire the inter- esting artefacts, enjoy a treasure hunt, make a craft and help the villagers. There’s plenty to do for everyone. Phone 576-9506. Midday music THE Classic @ Twelve music series is back by popular demand. The midday concerts present talent of established performers. It’s on September 13, 20 and 27, at the Uxbridge Centre, How- ick. Entry is by gold coin donation. STRINGED INSTRUMENT: A workshop and history session about the famous banjo is being held at Tom Kroon's MusicWorks store in Rices Mall in Howick this Saturday from 1pm. Photo supplied VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, 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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