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Chinese music TO CELEBRATE the Year of the Snake, the NZ Chinese Blossom Artists’ Association demonstrates traditional Chinese music instru- ments. Includes Chinese flute, pipa, erhu and dulcimer, at Pakuranga Library, February 16 at 10.30am. Free entry, everyone’s welcome. Life choice END-of-Life Choice Voluntary Euthanasia Society has a meeting on February 16 at Bucklands Beach Yacht Club from 1.30-3.30pm. For enquiries, phone 630-7035. 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 February 18. Phone Tony on 277-2864 or Alun on 576-5597. Free programme THE Parenting Through Separa- tion programme at Willowbank School for parents who are in the process of separating or who have separated is free and delivered by a psychologist from Triple P New Zealand, with a Family Court law- yer. The next sessions are on Feb- ruary 20 and 27, 7-9pm. To register, phone Triple P on 579-1794. Garden club HIGHLAND Park Garden Circle meets on February 18, 1.30pm at Pakuranga Bowling Club, Lloyd Elsmore Park, Sir Lloyd Drive. Guest speakers and monthly coach trips, new members welcome. Phone Jenny on 534-8681 or Eliza- beth on 537-9491. Adventure travel UXBRIDGE Travel Club meets at the Uxbridge Centre, 35 Uxbridge Road, for a mix and mingle on Feb- ruary 15 at 7pm. Barbara Reilly also gives the second instalment of her recent trip to South Amer- ica: Breathtaking Bolivia, elegant Argentina and beautiful Brazil. Members $4, visitors $6, all wel- come. Phone Stella on 534-9463. Forest and Bird A WALK in two South Auckland reserves – Barry Curtis Park then Murphy’s Bush for lunch on Feb- ruary 16 at 10am. Meet at main car park in Stancombe Road by play- ground. For enquiries, phone leader Hannah Aiken, of South Auckland Forest and Bird, on 576-4191. Indoor market CLASSY Crafts indoor market reo- pens for 2013 on February 16, 9am- 1pm inside All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick, and every Saturday thereafter, where you’ll find unique, quality, New Zealand-made crafts. A few remaining crafters’ tables are avail- able, $13 and $25. Phone Ruth on 535-7513 or 535-8777. Ball gown sale SANCTA Maria College is hold- ing a ball gown sale on February 16 at 3pm in the auditorium, 319 Te Irirangi Drive, Botany South. It will run as a fashion parade, so you can see the dresses displayed, try on and buy. Entry is $5. For all enquir- ies, phone Tracey on 538-1200. Children’s workshop A CHINESE calligraphy workshop for kids is on February 16, 2-3pm at Highland Park Library. Learn the art of Chinese calligraphy and writing characters. Ages six to 16 welcome. Phone 535-5935. Country and Western EASTERN Districts Country Music Club meets on February 20 at Bucklands Beach Hall, Wharf Road, 7.30-10pm. Come and listen to our singers, or have a go yourself, $4 door charge for non-members. Phone Kevin on 534-5509. Calling singers COME and join Pakuranga Choral, which is looking for new members who have sung in a choir or just love music. You’ll be most welcome. For more details, email jonescl@xtra. co.nz, or go to www.pakchoral. co.nz to find out more. Breast cancer EAST Auckland Breast Cancer sup- port group meets on February 20, 7.30pm at Highland Park Commu- nity House. Discussing programme for the year, so take along your ideas. Phone Jennifer on 274-1192 or Wynne on 534-7265. Parenting course ALPHA parenting children course starts on February 20 for six con- secutive weeks from 7-9pm at Elim Christian Centre, 159 Botany Road. It’s a well presented course to sup- port families in raising positive chil- dren. Manual $15, and for enquiries or to book, phone 538-0360. Vocal group A PIANIST and vocalists are needed for a new singing group in Howick. The pianist must be able to read music. Please advise avail- ability, day, night or both. We’re going to have fun. Phone Lois at 537-2669.
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