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Learn the art of sari drap- ing and a few fantastical Bollywood dance moves. It’s at Botany Library on October 26 from 2-2.30pm. Cut flowers PAPATOETOE Garden and Flo- ral Art Society meets on October 28, 7.30pm at Wesley Methodist Church Hall, 37 Kolmar Road. Cut flowers and floral art on display, trading table and supper. Visitors and new members welcome. Phone Rosemary on 278-2223 or Barbara on 425-5371. East Auckland Aglow MEETINGS are held on the last Wednesday of each month at Te Tuhi, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, 9.30am for morning tea and 10am start. Excellent speakers to refresh and uplift, all welcome, free admis- sion. The next meeting is on Octo- ber 29. Phone Laraine on 537-4070, or see www.aglow.org.nz. Unused ukuleles DO YOU have a ukulele gather- ing dust? The Ukes of Howick are looking for donations of second- hand ukuleles to be used in their community programmes run by the committee. They include grand- parent-grandchildren workshops and sessions for senior citizens and the local community, all aimed at bringing the fun of the ukulele into the community. For details, email Ukesofhowick@gmail.com. Op shopping BARGAINS galore at good prices are at The Garage Op Shop, 96 Udys Road, Pakuranga. Opening hours are Fridays, 10am to 2pm. Phone 576-2435, or email online to firstname.lastname@example.org. Aid for Africa TALKING Point at Pakuranga Library is on October 29 at 10.30am with tea and coffee served at 10.15am. Annette Carey speaks on ‘A woman out on a mission’, describ- ing her adventures in Uganda help- ing build a house at the Watoto Village, followed by climbing Mt Kilimanjaro. All welcome. Annual meeting THE Phoenix Club is holding its annual general meeting on Octo- ber 29, 6pm at Alexandra Park Raceway, Greenlane. It’s fundrais- ing for mattresses for Totara Hos- pice South Auckland. It also needs items for a monster Christmas raf- fle. Phone Sylvia on 534-9093. Positive party ST COLUMBA’S Light Party is a positive alternative to Halloween with fabulous family fun on Octo- ber 31, 5-8pm, at 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany, with $2 entry. Bring a friend or neighbour and join in. Come dressed as something friendly or fantastic, but no scary costumes. Enjoy mini quad bikes, rock wall, bouncy castles, carni- val rides and games, heaps of food and more. There’s an extra cost for some activities. Children must be accompanied by an adult. No park- ing on-site. Phone 274-4864, or see www.stcolumba.org.nz. Netball challenge AS PART of the fundraising for the netball tour to Miami/Barba- dos next year, a challenge match between a Howick College Old Girls team and the school’s open A side is at Somerville Interme- diate gym, on October 30. Doors open at 6.30pm, pass off is at 7pm, $5 entry. Refreshments and food will be on sale, raffles, and quarter break entertainment and prizes to be won. Country tunes EASTERN Districts Country Music Club meets on October 29 at Buck- lands Beach Hall, Wharf Road, from 7.30-10pm. Come along and listen to our singers or have a go yourself, $4 door charge for non-members. Phone Kevin on 534-5509 for more details. Making decisions A WORKSHOP examines the range of ways groups make deci- sions and why some decisions are more robust than others. The aim is to deepen understanding about decision making processes and be equipped to get better decisions in organisations. It’s on October 31, 10am, at Haseler Hall, Selwyn Road, Howick. To book or for more informatuion, send an email to email@example.com. Garden ramble POHUTUKAWA Coast Garden Ramble is on November 8, show- casing great gardens in Beachlands and Maraetai. It’s a fundraising event for refugees on the Thailand- Burma border. Tickets from $30. Phone Anne on 535-5962 or Ruth on 021-072-1732. Start toasting DO YOU have to speak at an anni- versary, wedding, birthday or farewell? Are your speaking skills restricting your career? Pakuranga Toastmasters meets fortnightly for friendly training in a supportive environment. The next meeting is on October 29. For further informa- tion, send an email to pakuranga@ toastmasters.org.nz. Building blocks BUILD and create with Lego is at Highland Park Library on October 26 from 10am to 3pm. It’s on the last Sunday of every month. Phone 535-5935.
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