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www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, February 27, 2014 — 15 Lifestyle apartments coming soon to ELLERSLIE/MT WELLINGTON 2 bed, 2 bath from $460,000 3 bed, 2 bath from $505,000 LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! Close to Sylvia Park, Ellerslie, the Ameti Transport Centre, Lunn Ave & Greenlane Business Hub Calling all investors, owner- occupiers and family trusts Invest now to see your future grow AGENTS ON SITE... This Sat & Sun (12-3pm) Top One Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008) Contact one of our Agents now: P: +64 9 261 2555 W: http://www.donha.co.nz 124762 120304-V4 Keep up to date with our latest competitions... facebook times.co.nz Social seniors FLAT Bush Selwyn Seniors’ open day is on February 28, 9.15am for 9.30am start at St Paul’s Church hall, Chapel Road. We meet every Friday morning to noon. Guests enjoy the regular exercise pro- gramme, socialising over morn- ing tea, working on brain teasers, indoor bowls, board games, bingo etc. We’d love you to come and join with us as a guest or as a volunteer and especially invite new male members, $3 per session. Phone Jill on 533-7947. Join the band EASTERN Stars Symphonic Band invites musicians with three years- plus experience to come to an open night fun evening. Join in and play, or just sit back and enjoy. They’re on March 4 and 11 at Pakuranga In- termediate School hall, 47 Reeves Road, from 7-9.15pm. Supper pro- vided. For enquiries, phone Barrie on 021-722-171. Girl Guides PIPPINS, Brownies, Guides and Rangers from ages five to 17 meet on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- day at Point View School and East- view Baptist Church, Botany. Spac- es are now available at Girl Guides Dannemora. For enquiries, phone Tiina on 274-4232. Public dance IF YOU like ballroom, classical se- quence, Latin, modern sequence and new vogue dancing, see you at Albert and Virginia’s Dance at Te Tuhi Centre, 13 Reeves Road, Pa- kuranga, on March 1 at 7.30pm. So- cial dancing lessons are on March 6, 13, 20 and 27, 7.30-9pm at Te Tuhi. Phone 576-9275. Favourite hymns ALL Saints Church, Selwyn Road, Howick, invites you to join in an hour of favourite hymns, personal stories and musical items, followed by afternoon tea, on Sunday, March 2, at 2pm. Phone the church office on 534-8941. Rural fare ALFRISTON Country Market is on March 1, 9am to noon, in the community hall beside Alfriston School, corner of Mill and Alfriston Roads, Manurewa. Available are hand knitting and sewing for home and family, jewellery, cards, toys, preserves, breads, plants, morning tea and fresh fruit ice cream. Phone Gendy on 266-5134. Madrigal choir THIS is a well-established ladies choir of 20 singers which sings madrigals, motets, spirituals and folk song arrangements. We sing for functions, retirement villages and give several public recitals. Evening classes started on Febru- ary 24 at Edgewater College. For more information, see online at www.shortcoursesandworkshops. co.nz, or phone 576-4731. Aromatic oils PIGEON Mountain Garden Club meets on March 3, 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, corner Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick. It’s the annual gen- eral meeting and the guest speaker is Jane Wilks, talking on aromatic oils. Phone Gabby on 537-2979. Safe motoring AGE Concern Counties Manukau is holding the new driver education programme Staying Safe, for ma- ture road users on March 5, 9.30am to 2.30pm, at Highland Park Com- munity House, 47 Aviemore Drive. The off-road course covers four key themes: keeping safe, being safe, safe journeys, keep moving safely. Morning tea and lunch included. Limited spaces, to book (essential for catering) and enquiries, phone 279-4331 ext 800. Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Combined Probus Club’s monthly meeting including the annual general meet- ing is on March 6, 10am at Eastview Baptist Church, 559 Chapel Road. Phone Ian on 537-0589 or Moira on 274-5471. Mission to Mars U3A Pakuranga meets on March 3, 1.45pm at St Andrew’s Church, corner of Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick. The guest speaker is Dr Kira Bacal, formerly of the NASA Johnson Space Centre, Unit- ed States. Her topic is “Planning a mission to Mars, part two”. The other speaker is Maggie Burrill, a member of the Lotteries Commis- sion, talking about “Lotteries gov- ernance”. Phone Barry on 274-5739 or Robin on 576-5572. Scottish dancing HIGHLAND Park Scottish Coun- try Dance Club meets at Howick Primary School, 40 Willoughby Avenue, on Wednesday nights from 7.30-9.30pm. Introductory lessons for beginners cost $20. Come as a couple or on your own, and wear comfortable shoes. Members’ an- nual subscription is $30, as well as $4 each club night. Phone Jean on 021-684-447 or Barbara on 576- 9434 (after 5pm). Centennial show A WWI centennial show is to be held at Howick’s Uxbridge Thea- tre on July 27. Performers invited to take part in the nostalgic musi- cal are singers male and female, a burlesque or belly dancer, a female impersonator and a pianist. Phone Lois on 537-2669. Singers wanted PAKURANGA Choral Society wants more singers, both male and female to swell the choir for its 40th anniversary concert of Saul by Handel. If you have sung in a choir previously and are able to read a score why not come along on March 10 to Elm Park School, Gos- samer Drive. No audition required. Phone Michael on 521-5154 or Syl- via on 534-9093. 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