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Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times Thursday July 10 2014
www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, July 10, 2014 — 11 Treat family and friends to a unique gift that puts Howick on the map and in your home. UNIQUE LOCAL GIFTS Tea Towels $15 Howick Canvas 594mm wide x 841mm deep (A1) $150 To buy call into Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki. Or order online @ www.times.co.nz Also available at: Victoria’s of Howick, 87 Picton St, Howick. Ph 534 2490. And: Howick Historical Village All occupational licenses for units at the village are secured by a first ranking encumbrance over the village land in favour of the Statutory Supervisor. CONTACT US: 217 Kupe Street, Orakei, Auckland. Phone: 521 9015 Fax: 521 9011 Website: www.eastcliffe.co.nz 122830-v2 This July we are offering a sales promotion on our 1-bedroom serviced apartments – priced from $220,000. Be warm and cosy all year round in our main building and enjoy the Rangitoto sea views from one of our four lounges. Please call Cherie or Penelope on 521 9015 to view and discuss the wide range of service options available. EASTCLIFFE ON ORAKEI RETIREMENT VILLAGE EASTCLIFFE ON ORAKEI RETIREMENT VILLAGE Classical showcase All Saints Anglican Church, 17 Selwyn Road, Howick Tonight, at 7pm BROTHERS Kent and Shauno Isomura are set to star in this week’s Thursdays @ Seven classical music concert in Howick. Kent, who plays piano, and violinist Shauno are previous finalists in the prestigious University of Auckland Concerto Competition and have performed with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra. At tomorrow night’s Howick concert the brothers will present a programme of musical works including compositions written by Claude Debussy, Johannes Brahms and Pablo de Sarasate. Entry is by donation. Sculpture exhibition Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple, 16 Stancombe Road, Flat Bush Sunday to September 28 AN ART exhibition entitled A World Tour of Sculptures from The Four Great Chinese Novels opens to the public at 1pm this Sunday. It’s created by renowned Taiwanese sculptor Wu Jung Tzu and centres on themes taken from traditional Chinese literature. Mr Wu will be joined at the exhibition’s official public opening by a number of up-and-coming and well-known Auckland artists and sculptors. Entry is free. Book fair Howick Primary School, 40 Willoughby Avenue July 19-20, from 8am-4pm READERS of all ages are invited to a book sale held to raise funds for Howick Primary School. More than 10,000 fiction and non-fiction books are up for grabs in genres and subjects including fantasy, science fiction, thrillers, romance, classics, biography, religion, cooking, gardening, sports, travel, history and more. Most titles are for sale at $2 and children’s books can be bought for $1 each. People keen to support the fundraiser by donating unwanted books can phone the organisers on 537-5653 to have them collected, or drop them at the school office. Entry is free. Stage auditions Howick Little Theatre, Sir Lloyd Drive, Pakuranga July 20, from 11am-1pm AN ACTOR and actress are wanted to play two dramatic stage roles in Howick Little Theatre’s production of Two Fish ’n a Scoop. The play was written by New Zealander Carl Nixon in 2010 and is directed locally by Terry Hooper. Needed for the production is a male Caucasian actor and a female Asian actress, both aged 18-25. For more information or for a script of Two Fish ’n a Scoop, phone Howick Little Theatre on 534-1401, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. nz. Music concert The Tuning Fork, at Vector Arena, Mahuhu Crescent, Central Auckland July 24, at 7pm KIWI rhythm and blues music legend Midge Marsden celebrates the release of his new album, Back to the Well, with a concert in Central Auckland this month. Marsden started working on the album in 2012, drawing on experiences from his long music career across New Zealand and in the United States. He and his band will showcase a selection of his new and most popular songs at the Tuning Fork concert. Tickets cost $30. To book, phone 0800-111-999, or refer online to www.ticketmaster.co.nz, and they’re available at the door if not sold out. Midge MarSden Photo supplied That’s with Chris Harrowell E NTERTAINME NT 122841 Thanks to SeaLink this package includes a return ferry trip to Waiheke Island for a car and two people along with two nights’ accommodation. GREAT WINTER ESCAPE PACKAGE SeaLink and Times Newspapers are giving away to one lucky reader a Simply tell us why you or a loved one deserves this great giveaway. Send your entry to Times Newspapers Sealink Promotion PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland or email email@example.com. Entries close August 31, 2014. Waiheke Island Super Saver Ferry Fares * Available on selected sailings. See website for terms & conditions SL-14-024 Book online at www.sealink.co.nz or call 0800 SEALINK (0800 732 546) SL-14-017 Call 0800 SEALINK (0800 732 546) or visit our check-in office. www.sealink.co.nz WIN!
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