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6 — Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, November 26, 2014 www.times.co.nz OPENDAY Saturday, November 29, 10am-1pm at our Training Room, Cascade Storage: 12 Ben Lomond Cres, Pakuranga. Ph 576 4500. Come and discover everything COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY has to offer 127884 Learning computer technology together. In June 2012 when Xtreme Entertainment Botany was gutted by fire, owners, Coin Cascade hoped to be operational within a few months, however, it was November 2013 before the new Xtreme Botany opened along with brand new sister store, Xtreme Wairau. A year on and it’s Birthday time for both Xtreme centres. The Xtreme Birthday Bash runs from November 24 to 28 with half price attractions and other sur- prises all week plus the chance for one lucky customer to win a $10,000 birthday present. Coin Cascade GM, Nigel Wood- ing says: “The Birthday Bash is huge for us, a real celebration of not only enjoying our return- ing and new customers over the last year but seeing the develop- ment of our staff into an awesome ‘Xtreme team’ led by store man- ager Manny Petaia.” Xtreme Botany’s regular bowl- ing leagues have been offering congratulations too. Jon and Bev from the Seniors League team say they started bowling over 20 years ago in Henderson and now they come all the way from Puke- kohe every Tuesday and Thurs- day to bowl at Botany. “We like that the lanes don’t break down, Joseph (lanes tech- nician) does a great job on the lanes and all the staff are so friendly.” Neighbouring businesses such as Reduced to Clear are thrilled to have Xtreme Botany open again. “Xtreme being back is great, it’s brought people back to this end of the centre and it shows in an increase in foot traffic, customer count and increased sales,” says store manager, Dale. Xtreme Botany features 12 state of the art bowling lanes, a Timezone Games centre, Laser Frenzy Laser Maze, and offers visitors free wifi as well as food and beverages, licensed bar with live sports, gaming lounge and an ATM machine on site. Managing director of Coin Cascade, Gary Walker says: “We wanted Xtreme to offer an all- weather, multi attraction enter- tainment venue that the entire extended family could enjoy. “And seeing both these stores in action over the last year, we’re really happy to sit back for a min- ute and celebrate our vision being a reality.” Xtreme Entertainment Birthday Bash promotion runs November 24-28 with HALF PRICE attrac- tions and a special party night on Thursday, November 27 with special guests and treats. The win a ‘10k Birthday Present’ promotion runs November 17 to December 7. Xtreme Birthday Bash! Xtreme Entertainment Botany, 500 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany. Open 10 am ‘til late, 7 days. Phone 272 0333. Xtreme Entertainment Wairau, 10 Target Court, Wairau Valley. Open 10 am ‘til late, 7 days. Phone 489 9199. ADVERTORIAL 128236A 126547 SBA Dannemora at Botany Junction - We let you get on with running your business while we look after all your Accounting requirements SBA Dannemora: Botany Junction, 277 Te Irirangi Drive, Flat Bush (around the corner from ASB Bank) Phone Peter Fussell: 09 277 7007 or 021 860 730 Email: email@example.com 125742-v5 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Nobody knows your Volkswagen like we do. Volkswagen Genuine Service & Parts. 0800 VW BOTANY 13 Nandina Ave, Botany | Open: Mon-Fri 7:30am - 5:00pm firstname.lastname@example.org | www.giltrapvolkswagen.co.nz Beinto Win a Tropical Fiji Holiday Plus a boot load of other prizes including a SONY LED TV, PS4 bundle, iPad MINI, GTI Watch and more! Receive a scratchcard with every service visit before December 22, 2014. 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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. Computer training PAKURANGA SeniorNet holds an open day at its training rooms at Cascade Storage, 12 Ben Lomond Crescent, on November 29 from 10am-1pm. The pub- lic is welcome to see what it can offer in computer training. Phone Warren on 534-3482. Foreign friends THE Friendship Force brings people of all backgrounds and interests together. We have 22 clubs in New Zealand and more than 300 in 60 countries. For more information, phone Judy on 534-8080. Weekend art OTHER Waters is a two-pronged art programme that takes the Manukau Harbour as its inspiration and sub- ject. The main part is a weekend-long, community-focused, outdoor art event, centred on the Old Mangere Bridge, accessible via Onehunga boardwalk at the north end and from Coronation Road, Mangere Bridge, from the south, on November 28-30. Accompany- ing is an exhibition at Te Tuhi Centre, Pakuranga, until February 15. For more details, see www.otherwaters.net.nz. Community barbecue COME to the Community Braai – a South African barbecue at St Peter’s Church, corner Reeves and Udys Roads, on November 29, 8am to noon. Cakes, sweets and craft/gift stalls, Christmas cakes and bouncy castle. Everyone’s welcome. Phone 576-7817. Date for singles NEW Horizons is a social and friend- ship 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 6.30pm. For more details, phone Rex on 577-3459 or Suzy on 529-4027, or refer online to www.auckland-singles-social- club.org.nz. Evacuees’ reunion AUCKLAND branch of the Evacuees’ Reunion Association meets on Novem- ber 29, 1.30pm, at Guide Centre, 132 Grange Road, Mt Eden. Bring a small plate to share for afternoon tea, $3 dona- tion for expenses. All wartime evacuees welcome. Bring small toy or book for Ronald McDonald House. Wear some- thing Christmassy. Phone Aline on 626- 7758 or Connie on 626-7009. Concert on Sunday SONGS on Sunday’s concert is held at the Harlequin Theatre, behind How- ick Community Centre, 563 Pakuranga Road, on November 30 from 1.30- 3.30pm. Admission is $5 at the door, includes a cuppa and biscuits. Classical sequence IF YOU like ballroom, classical sequence, Latin, modern sequence and new vogue dancing – see you at Albert and Virginia’s dance on December 6 at 7.30pm. Te Tuhi is unavailable, so it will be held at Royal Oak School Hall. This is our Christmas Dance so couples please bring a plate. Quality crafts CLASSY Crafts Indoor Market offers unique NZ-made Christmas gifts, deco- rations, jewellery, woodcraft, merino/ possum knitwear, home-wares and much more. It’s every Saturday, 9am to 1pm, inside All Saints Community Cen- tre, 30 Cook Street, Howick. Playing mah-jong PAKURANGA Mahjong Club meets on Wednesdays, 10am to noon, at the Howick RSA, Wellington Street. Begin- ners are welcome, instruction given. The final day for 2014 is December 17, restarting on February 11. For enquiries, phone Jean on 533-4262. Garage sale TRINITY Methodist Church, 474 Pakuranga Road, on November 29 from 8am. Available will be quality clothing, bric-a -brac and Christmas items.
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