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10 — Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, August 27, 2014 www.times.co.nz Ahoy! There’s a taste of France returning to your neighbourhood every week whatever the weather. After a three market break for refur- bishment, the popular, boutique French-style market at Pine Har- bour Marina returns this week- end. Launched in 2009, the weekly market runs every Saturday morning, 8am-12pm, rain, hail or shine with a popular Traders & Makers market for vintage and craft products on the first Satur- day of every month. “We’ve had a rough patch of wet weather over the winter so it was the perfect opportunity to briefly close, have a well deserved rest and re-paint and re-organise prior to a busy summer,” says market director Fiona Hugues. “Our weekly vendors have appreciated the holiday and are geared up with new products for a great new season ahead. “There’s plenty happening at the marina with a lot of new devel- opments in progress. So, with the additional population, the market will continue to grow and be a weekly, ‘must visit’ destination for fresh and quality ingredients in a stunning waterside location.” Alongside regular offerings of fresh, seasonal farm produce, cheeses, award-winning bacons, jams, vinaigrettes and new gour- met products, visitors will find delights such as gob-smackingly good macarons, friands, eclairs and delicate madeleines all made gluten-free and with free-range eggs. French tarteflette and soupe du jour will be hot, ready to eat or packed to take home or visitors can choose a spicy Prego steak, bacon or boerewors roll. Genuine French crepes and galettes with homemade salted caramel or chocolate are an immensely popular choice for breakfast, or choose from the huge array of fresh-baked – real French patisserie & boulangerie on offer, baked that very morn- ing. A new range of seasonal, French-baked delicacies will also debut on Saturday alongside pure French traditional sandwiches with flavours such as rotisserie chicken, salmon and nicoise which are a delicious, take-away lunch choice for local golfers. Also new to the vendor line up is the exclusive launch of The Fur Baby Deli & Barkery range with treats such as Salmon, Kumara & Flaxseed Cookies or Chicken, Pumpkin & Rosemary Jerky so the many canine market visitors will be well catered for. Kids will be excited to learn the unique Fresh Market Pup- pet Theatre will run a marionette show every Saturday at 10am, weather permitting. French puppet farmers Claude and Collette Renault are back with some new characters and their stinky impolite rabbit called, Jojo, to disgust and delight the little market visitors. Meet you at the marina! – 8am to Midday every Saturday, rain or shine. www.pineharbour.co .nz/fresh- market/ or find us on facebook for weekly market updates. Fresh look market re-opens ADVERTORIAL 126925A SUPPORT LOCAL! EAT FRESH FRENCH STYLE WEEKLY MARKET FOR GREAT FOOD & FRESH INGREDIENTS We’re Back this Saturday 8am- 12pm! - EST 2009- Meet you at the Marin a! 126924 NO fixed term contracts NO joining fee Two weeks FREE* Go to aucklandleisure.co.nz/walkin Visit Lloyd Elsmore Park Pool and Leisure Centre, Pakuranga Visit Howick Leisure Centre, Howick Visit Marina Fitness, Half Moon Bay you’ll walk out with a whole lot more than you were expecting - get ready to be amazed at what you can do! Offer ends 31 August 2014 *Conditions apply 126933 BOTANY BEAT 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. Children’s theatre GOLDILOCKS and the Three Bears and other stories are staged at The Harlequin Theatre, on August 30, at 11am, 1.30pm and 3pm. Tickets cost $6. Phone Howick Children’s and Youth Theatre on 537-4943 to book, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Garage sale TRINITY Methodist Church, at 474 Pakuranga Road, is holding a garage sale on August 30 from 8am. Phone 534-5227. Talk by author MEE-Mee Phipps, musician, trav- eller, educator, artist, business- women and author, talks about her books, Memories in the Bone, Des- tinies Divided and The Ming Admi- ral: A Chinese Odyssey at Botany Library on August 30 from 2-3pm. For more details, phone 272-0010. Sunday film POLISH Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick, screens Black Thursday at 2pm on August 31. It’s a reconstruction of the dra- matic events in Gdynia in 1970. Entry by donation, phone 533- 3530. Dance for joy JOIN the fortnightly mix and min- gle Sunday dances with live bands, variety of dances and friendly peo- ple. Open bar, tea, coffee, $12 entry single or $20 couple at the Howick RSA. The next dance is on August 31 from 7pm. Phone Carol on 021- 401-235. Singing show SONGS on Sunday’s concert at the Harlequin Theatre, behind Howick Community Centre at 563 Pakuranga Road, is on August 31 from 1.30-3.30pm. Admission costs $5, includes a cuppa and biscuits. Political meeting A PRE-election public meeting is held at Trinity Methodist Church, 474 Pakuranga Road, at 2pm this Sunday. Hear National, Labour and Green Party representatives from the Pakuranga electorate. For more information, phone the church on 576-2407. Speaker’s corner DO YOU need help to speak con- fidently in public? POWERtalk Howick offers a six-week course for those wishing to develop speak- ing skills and self-confidence, start- ing on September 2. For enquiries, phone 478-3638 or 027-814-2727. Money management REGISTER for a free three-week CAP money course to help get more in control of your finances, so you can save, give and prevent debt. It’s held on September 2, 9 and 16, at 7pm at Pakuranga Bap- tist Church, 2 Fremantle Place. It’s suitable for all ages but spaces are limited. Registration is essential, email email@example.com, or phone 576-8403. Art contributions U3A Pakuranga meets on Septem- ber 1 at St Andrew’s Church, corner of Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick, at 1.45pm. Guest speak- ers Naomi McLeary and Cynthia Smith talk about the Colin McCa- hon House Trust Project, the crea- tion and contribution to the art and culture of NZ. Phone Barry on 274- 5739 or Robin on 576-5572. Jewellery styles BUCKLANDS Beach Combined Probus Club meets on September 1, 10am at Bucklands Beach Bowl- ing Club, 21 Morrow Avenue. The speaker is Mark Sokolich on jew- ellery design. New members wel- come. For more information, phone Rosalie on 273-6985. Garden design PIGEON Mountain Garden Club meets on September 1, 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Church, corner Ridge Road and Vincent Street, How- ick. The speaker is Jenny Pullar on lighting and garden design. For more information, phone Gabby on 537-2979. Personal well-being LADIES Probus Club of Highland Park meets at 10am on the first Fri- day of each month at Trinity Meth- odist Church, 474 Pakuranga Road. On September 3, Melissa Percival, of Peak for Life, speaks about keep- ing well, fitness and nutrition. Phone Lynsey on 535-4968. Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Combined Probus Club meets on September 4, 10am at Eastview Baptist Church, 559 Chapel Road. The speaker is John Roy from the Polish Herit- age Trust Museum. Phone Geoff on 271-1034 or Sue on 534-9679. Cake decorating A NOVELTY cake decorating course is at Howick’s Uxbridge Creative Centre starting on Sep- tember 4 and runs for four weeks, at $22 a session. For details, phone 535-6467 or check out the website www.uxbridge.org.nz. Hope shop SHORT of ideas for Father’s Day? See what’s on offer in the Hope Shop, opening hours 10am to 1pm, Wednesday to Saturday, at 219 Burswood Drive, near Chinatown. Phone 273-9044, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Lego at library BUILD and create with Lego at Highland Park Library on August 31 from 10am to 3pm. It’s held on the last Sunday of each month. Phone 535-5935.
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