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www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, September 26, 2013 — 11 Compassionate and dedicated, our staff are here to help. Ta lk to us today about our FDANZ approved pre-paid & pre-planned funeral options. Howick: Cnr Picton & Walter MacDonald Sts | Ph. 533 7493 Manurewa: 88 Great South Rd | Ph. 267 2530 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.resthavenfunerals.co.nz Howick: Cnr Picton & Walter MacDonald Sts | Ph. 533 7493 Manurewa: 88 Great South Rd | Ph. 267 2530 email@example.com | www.resthavenfunerals.co.nz A MEMBER OF THE FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND Compassionate and dedicated, our staff are here to help. Talk to us today about our FDANZ approved pre-paid & pre-planned funeral options. 122963 124463-V2 Rockabye Early Learning Centre, 122 Aviemore Drive, Highland Park, Auckland. Phone: 533 0218 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • www.rockabye.school.nz 10! 123633 Come and enjoy the sausage sizzle and bouncy castle, see our wonderful new outdoor play area and catch up with staff and friends. Parents, children and staff – past and present – are invited to come and celebrate with us Rockabye Early Learning Centre, 10am to 12 noon, Saturday, September 28, 122 Aviemore Drive, Highland Park Early Learning Centre is turning 101010 Early Learning Bowls coaching THINKING of trying lawn bowls? Bucklands Beach Bowling Club’s new low-cost have-a -go season started on September 24. Enjoy healthy outdoor exercise and friendly social contact. For more details, phone Linda on 577-5316 or Jeff on 537-6369. Fashion parade LADIES Probus Club of Howick Central meets at 10am on September 27 in the Nixon Hall, Sale Street, Howick. Retail store Caroline Eve presents a fashion parade, visitors and new members wel- come. Phone Margaret on 534-6829. Serving coffee THINKING of a barista job? A two-day workshop is in the school holidays at Howick’s Uxbridge Centre. It includes six hours practical using commercial machines, a full course booklet and on completion a certificate to take to any employer. For details and registrations, phone 535-6467. Family movie A SCHOOL holiday family movie, In Desert and Wilderness, screens at Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick, on September 29 at 2pm, 111 minutes in English. Stas, 14, and English Nel, 8, are in Egypt with their fathers and are kidnapped. Entry by donation. Phone 533-3530. Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Combined Pro- bus Club meets on October 3, 10am at Eastview Baptist Church, 559 Chapel Road. The speaker is Richard Wooders, regarding memorabilia. Phone Ian on 274-5381 or Moira on 274-5471. Informative talk IMAGES from the Past – Botany and East Tamaki – is presented by Bruce Ringer, team leader at South Auckland Research Centre, at Botany Library on October 4 from 10.30-11.30am. Join us for an informative talk on a series of striking images from the Auckland Libraries’ Footprints database. Phone the library on 272-0010. Build and create BUILD and create with Lego at the Highland Park Library on September 29 from 10am to 3pm. The Lego session is held on the last Sunday of every month. Phone 535-5935. Garage sale IS ON September 28 starting at 8am at Trinity Methodist Church, 474 Pakuranga Road. Available will be lots of bargains in household goods, cloth- ing, bric-a -brac. Proceeds are in aid of church funds. Phone 534-5227. Heritage activity A HOWICK heritage walk, led by histo- rian Alan La Roche, starts and finishes at Howick Library on October 1, depart- ing at 10am. Come along and enjoy the scenery and history of Howick. Phone Howick Library on 534-5301. Holiday workshop THE Junior Engineer’s Club’s intro- ductory Meccano holiday session is at Highland Park Community House, 47 Aviemore Drive, on October 1 and 9 from 1-3pm, for ages seven to 12. Build work- ing models of cars, cranes and trucks. Phone 536-4188 or 027-671-6004. Cinema club UXBRIDGE Cinema Club screens Anna Karenina tonight at 8pm. It’s a roman- tic story of forbidden love and resulting tragedy. Eat first at Bistro at Uxbridge, two courses for $15. Tickets $8, to book phone 535-6467. Vacation programme GET creative and blast to the past and future with activities at Botany Library during the school holidays. Create a Time Machine is on October 2, 10-11am; Futuristic Craft Time on October 4, 10-11am; and Teen Quest on October 6, 3-4pm. Phone the library on 272-0010. Heritage festival HERITAGE textiles, a presentation by Pam Taylor on how to identify and pre- serve textiles and ensure their place in social history, is at Howick Library on October 3, 10.30am to noon. To ensure a seat, phone the library on 534-5301. Afternoon concert EASTERN Stars Concert Band presents an afternoon of festival and jazz music at Elm Park School auditorium, 46 Gos- samer Drive, Pakuranga, at 3.30pm on September 29. Tickets costs adults $10, family concession $20, students/ seniors $5, available at door. Afternoon tea served for a gold coin donation. For more information, phone Barrie or Marie on 271-4558 or 021-722-171. Support meeting A LYMPHOEDEMA support meeting is on September 30, 7.30pm at Domain Lodge, 1 Boyle Crescent, off Park Road, Grafton. All welcome. Phone Judy on 620-6849. Support group PROSTATE Cancer East Auckland sup- port group meets on October 1, 7pm at St Columba Church, 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany. Phone Ann on 536-4512. ROMANTIC TRAGEDY: The movie Anna Karenina screens at the Uxbridge Cinema Club, at Howick’s Uxbridge Creative Centre, tonight at 8pm. Tickets cost $8, phone 535-6467. 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