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2 — Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, September 17, 2014 www.times.co.nz 17 1:21 1:50 18 2:16 2:48 19 3:13 3:46 20 4:11 4:41 21 5:06 5:30 22 5:57 6:15 23 6:42 6:56 TIMES Bar & Function Centre • Weddings • Functions • Conferences • Corporate Golf Days • 21st Birthdays • Parties Contact our function manager 199 Botany Road, Howick PO Box 38-165 Howick, Manukau 2012 Phone (09) 538 0676 email@example.com www.pakurangagolfclub.co.nz 126919 CHIPMUNKS PLAYLAND & CAFE For more information visit www.chipmunks.co.nz 241 Ti Rakau Dr, Pakuranga Ph 271 3390 CHIPMUNKS PLAYLAND & CAFE For m www.chipmunks.co.nz 241 Ti Raka Ph 271 3390 NEW SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME 126756-v3 Howick Funeral Home CHAPEL • RECEPTION LOUNGE • OFFICE For personal, professional service to all districts at all hours 117937-V3 35 Wellington St Howick Ph 534 7300 Vernon Warren M.B.I.E., N.Z.E.A. Michael Rowe C.A. QUICK PUZZLE NO. 7674 ACROSS 6. Bird (11) 7. Aid (4) 8. Animal (8) 9. Oppose (6) 10. Lethal (6) 12. Game (6) 15. 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PH 0800 GET I CAN so we can discuss your child’s needs and tailor a programme to suit your child. 126197-v2 – ACADEMIC & CREATIVE LEARNING CENTRE – do provide after-school care and free pickups from inzone schools! do employ qualified and experienced NZ-registered teachers. SELL YOUR HOME FROM JUST $699 CENTRAL HOWICK LIFESTYLE - LANDBANK OR DEVELOP WEBID11389 33 O’Halloran Road Call the owner on PH 09 537 1983 MOB 0274 744 812 OPEN HOME Sat/Sun 1-2pm Auction on site - 2pm Sunday 12 Oct (unless sold prior) 2, 6 brm, set amongst tranquil, picturesque surroundings maintained grounds dining/family with woodburner www.homesell.co.nz - Phone 0800 003 001 126724 BOTANY BEAT is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, 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. Floral workshop HOWICK Floral Art Club hosts a two-day workshop this week- end with two FASNZ qualified tutors from the South Island. Also, on September 22, the two tutors, Roseanne Armstrong and Jenny Harris, will be demon- strating ‘Wildly Expressive’. The meeting is at Howick Bowling Club, Selwyn Road, starting at 1pm. Visitors welcome, cost $15. Phone Sue on 535-4593. Dads and babies FATHERS – join us for the once- a-term Wriggle and Rhyme ses- sion especially for dads and babies, with movement to music and nursery rhymes at Highland Park Library on September 20 at 10.30am. Phone 535-5935. Crime fiction DO YOU read crime fiction? Do you know your Morse from your Marple? We want readers with a passion for crime fiction to join us in establishing Howick Library’s Crime Fiction Book Club. For more information, phone Viv on 534-5301. Old Silk Road UXBRIDGE Travel Club meets at the Uxbridge Centre, Howick, on September 19 at 7.30pm. The speaker Janice Chandler talks about her trip on the Old Silk Road to Uzbekistan. For enquir- ies, phone Stella on 534-9463. Immigration clinic A NEW immigration clinic is available at Botany Citizens Advice Bureau, upstairs at Bot- any Town Centre. It has English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Malay speakers. A licensed consultant is available for free consultations on Fridays. Phone 271-5382, or email email@example.com, for an appointment. World peace PLANET Meditates 2014 is the sixth such large-scale global med- itation organised by the Interna- tional Art of Living Foundation. The World Peace Day event is at Mt Albert War Memorial Hall, 773 New North Road, from 3.30- 4.30pm on September 21. Phone Rashmi on 0508-278-635. Highland revelry THE Robbie Burns Association invites one and all to a friendly afternoon of music, poetry, pip- ing and song on September 20, 2-4pm at the Masonic Cen- tre, 59 Grey Street, Onehunga. For enquiries and information, phone Dave on 576-5985. Art demo JOIN artist Andre Sampson for a creative session as she demon- strates her individual style and shares tricks and tips. This ses- sion will introduce you to the world of drawing and painting. It’s at Howick’s Uxbridge Cen- tre, September 23 from 1-2.30pm, $2, bookings are essential, phone 535-6467. Evening exercise AUCKLAND Hash House Har- riers social running and walk- ing events are every Monday evening covering all parts of Auckland. Enjoy a stroll or jog, followed by a beer and barbecue. For enquiries, phone Dave on 022-644-9650. East Auckland Aglow MEETINGS are held on the last Wednesday of each month at Te Tuhi Centre, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, 9.30am for morning tea and 10am start. They have excellent speakers to refresh and uplift you; all welcome, free admission. The next meeting is on September 24. Phone Laraine on 537-4070, or see www.aglow. org.nz. Diabetes support THE next meeting for the Bot- any Howick Pakuranga diabetes support group is on September 24, 7.30pm at the Salvation Army Room, 298 Ti Rakau Drive, Bot- any. The guest speaker will be the nurse from Diabetes Auck- land. Phone Sam on 272-3354. Interaction programme TALKING Point is held at Pakuranga Library on Septem- ber 24, 10.15am for tea and coffee with speaker at 10.30am. Jane Hall, the national director of HIPPY NZ, speaks about Hippy – the Home Interaction Pro- gramme for Parents and Young- sters. All welcome. Cycling seniors THE new social and wellness focused seniors cycling club has had its first meeting. All approxi- mately 50 year-olds and older who are or would-be cyclists are welcome to join. We’d like to hear from anyone who’d like to help, in particular with good website and social media skills. For further details, phone Terry on 021-053-1123 or 534-7660. The next meeting is on Septem- ber 26 at Highland Park Library at 6.30pm. Superhero Saturday COME to Highland Park Library for an exciting afternoon of superhero activities. Complete every activity and win a prize. It’s ideal for kids aged five to 10 and on this Saturday, 2-3pm. Green fingers PAPATOETOE Garden and Flo- ral Art Society meets on Sep- tember 23, 7.30pm at Wesley Methodist Church Hall, Kolmar Road. A floral art demonstration will be presented by Margaret Ashley. Cut flowers and floral art on display, trade table and sup- per. New members and visitors welcome. For more information, phone Rosemary on 278-2223. Howick Floral Art Club has three days of workshops and demonstrations with qualified tutors starting from this Saturday at Howick Bowling Club. Photo supplied 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.
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