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Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times Tuesday April 29 2014
10 — Howick and Pakuranga Times, Tuesday, April 29, 2014 www.times.co.nz Saint Kentigern College We dnesday 7 May 9.15 -11. 00am We dnesday 21 May 9.15 -11. 00am We dnesday 7 May 9.15 -11. 00am We dnesday 21 May 9.15 -11. 00am Saint Kentigern has a long and proud histor y of excellence in education. Visit our beautiful 100 acre Pakuranga campus and discover a world of oppor tunity for your son and daughter. 125752 The Ambiance String Quartet will be playing from 1:00 pm onwards, nibbles and light refreshments will be provided by Gattings Catering. A donation to support Totara Hospice would be greatly appreciated. ©allphotographs:AucklandLibrariesFootprints(01381,01349,02038,01412,01392) 125364 Are sky-high petrol prices sucking the money out of your wallet? Shop local and reap the benefits East AGLOW BE UPLIFTED and join us for an inspiring Holy Spirit gathering with visiting speaker Brian Fran- cis from Charisma Ministries. The Aglow International meeting at Te Tuhi Community Centre, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, is from 9.30am on April 30. For more details, phone Laraine on 537-4070. Walk in the park COME for a free guided walk with your local park ranger to Hampton Park on May 1, 9.30am to noon, from 344 East Tamaki Road, along from the little church on the hill. For enquiries, phone the Auckland Council on 301-0101. Polish craft A PAPER cut-outs (wycinanki) workshop is at Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick, on May 1, 10am to 12pm, $6 per person. Learn the folk craft using paper and scissors. Some de- signs are supplied then create your own. All welcome. For bookings, phone 533-3530. Jazz gig LISTEN and swing with the Soci- ety Jazzmen at the University Mt Wellington Football Clubrooms, Bill McKinlay Park, 3 Ireland Road, Panmure, 7.30-10.30pm, on the first Friday of each month. Good music and fun. The next meet is on May 2, entry $12. Everyone is welcome. Bring your friends and enjoy the at- mosphere. Phone Bob on 424-8490 or 021-370-840. Music concert AFTER a chance meeting in 2012 in a Paekakariki cafe, four singer- songwriter band leaders hatched a cunning plan to join forces and present a show featuring their fa- vourite original songs without their usual “Indians”. Although working in slightly different genres, Too Many Chiefs discovered enough common ground to compile a rep- ertoire that blends elements of jazz, country, folk, blues and good old rock ’n roll, and showcases some of the best song-writing New Zea- land has to offer. The concert’s on May 3, 7.30-10pm at the Uxbridge Centre, Howick, tickets cost $20. Phone 535-6467. Country tunes EASTERN Districts Country Mu- sic Club is having a variety concert at 7.30pm on April 30 at Bucklands Beach Hall, Wharf Road. Entry costs $10 adults, $5 children, tick- ets at the door. Come and enjoy an evening of music. Phone Kevin on 534-5509 or Gordon on 027-474- 5183 for more information. Date for singles NEW Horizons is a social and friendship club for single 40s, 50s and 60s, with monthly programmes of barbecues, outings, dinners and films. A club and prospective new members night is held on the first Thursday of each month at Barrel Inn, Cook Street, Howick, from 7pm. For more details, phone Rex on 577-3459 or Suzy on 529-4027, or refer online to www.auckland- singles-social-club.org.nz. Young at heart SELWYN Centre for Young@ Heart’s Pamper Day for gold card holders is held on May 14 from 10am to midday at All Saints Com- munity Hall, 30 Cook Street, How- ick. It costs $10 and includes Devon- shire tea. For details and bookings, phone Mary on 535-1563. Diabetes information STANFORD Diabetes Self-Man- agement Education Programme for long-term conditions starts on May 8, 9.30am to 12pm and runs for six weeks. Topics include monitoring, healthy eating, problem solving, reading nutrition labels, depres- sion and stress management. It’s for people that have diabetes; their carer’s; and families. To register, phone Shirley on 538-0599, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Fortieth jubilee PAST students and staff of Howick College are invited to register for the 40th jubilee celebration day on September 6. To register, visit the school website www.howickcol- lege.school.nz. You may also join the Facebook page (Howick Col- lege Alumni) to receive updates and reconnect with your high school community. Registrations close on August 22. VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to email@example.com, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our office at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki. While every effort 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 classified advertisement to ensure placement. FOLLOWING THE SUN: The winner of the Win a Trip to Treasure Island, Fiji competition at Pakuranga Plaza is local woman Susan Gillman, right, with the plaza operations manager Dale Tobeck. Photo supplied From tips and tasks to news, growing guides, prizes and more, Garden-NZ is loaded with NEW CONTENT EACH WEEK for budding gardeners and green- fingered veterans alike. Garden Garden Garden Garden WWW.GARDEN-NZ.CO.NZ DON’T LET YOUR GARDEN ‘FALL’ INTO WRACK AND RUIN THIS AUTUMN! FACEBOOK.COM/GARDENNZ Stand side by side with Kiwis in need RED SHIELD APPEAL TSANAS576801 Give at any Countdown checkout Txt RED to 4411 (standard charges apply) and we’ll call you back for your donation or at salvationarmy.org.nz Today in New Zealand, there are thousands of women, men and children living in desperate situations. 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