Howick and Pakuranga Times
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www.times.co.nz Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, April 24, 2013 --- 9 Open Day Saturday 27 April, 11am -- 3pm THE BEST -- ONCE AGAIN Summerset recognised as Australasia's best retirement village operator three years in a row. CONTEMPORARY LIVING WITH CARE This Saturday we're opening our doors at Summerset and inviting you to view our much-admired retirement village. We are showcasingaspecial third storey apartment with two bedrooms that is certified to provide rest home level care. This is ideal for couples where one or both of you require support. Yo u will be looked after in your own home, and you will be able to stay together as your care needs change. To find out more about our Open Day, please call Tr udi Andersen on 09 277 14 41. Yo u'll find our village at 7 Flat Bush School Road. Double bedroom Generous living space with kitchen 121006 25 Springs Rd, East Tamaki. Ph 271 0560. CLOSING DOWN ALL STOCK MUST GO! Lounge Suites, Sofas, Chairs Art work from Portugal & Italy Coffee Tables, Mirrors and Clocks, Fabrics and Cushions Opening Hours Mon-Sun 10am-4pm 120317 12 CORTINA PL, PAKURANGA. Ph 577 0002. PAKURANGA PANELBEATERS 117524-v2 BOTANY BEAT is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to email@example.com, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our o ce at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki. Music concert A CONCERT with music from the 1960s and 1970s is held at Uxbridge Creative Centre, Uxbridge Road, Howick, on April 27, doors open 7pm. Fea- turing bands Talkback Parrot and The Deloreans (see story page 17). Tickets $10, phone Tim on 021-0222-5018, or email talk- firstname.lastname@example.org. Market day ST PETER’S Church, cor- ner Reeves and Udys Roads, Pakuranga, is having a mar- ket day fundraiser on April 27, 8.30am to 1pm, with bargain stalls, white elephant, electrical, new handcrafted gifts, new jew- ellery, books, puzzles, clothing, footwear, barbecue, raffes, car wash and lots of fun. Arts programme UXBRIDGE Creative Centre’s term-two brochure is avail- able and offers a range of pro- grammes, including lunchtime musicals, flms, art exhibitions, school photo displays, open days, courses and workshops. Term two courses start from May 6, phone 535-6467, or go to www. uxbridge.org.nz. Try croquet BE INTRODUCED to the chal- lenging and enjoyable game of croquet at Pakuranga Croquet Club’s free open day at its Lloyd Elsmore Park headquarters on April 28, 1-4pm. All equipment is provided and all ages are wel- come. For enquiries, phone Gill on 534-7417 or Precille on 273- 9599. Country and Western EASTERN Districts Country Music Club meets on May 1 at Bucklands 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. Movie night HOWICK College is holding a movie fundraising event for its rugby and netball tours to Mel- bourne, screening Iron Man 3 at the Monterey Theatre, How- ick, on April 28 at 7pm. Tickets are $20 and include popcorn and a choc top. For tickets email Cathie.Johnson@howick. school.nz. Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Com- bined Probus Club meets on May 2, 10am at Eastview Bap- tist Church, 555 Chapel Road. The speaker is Tony Kendall, “Off the beaten track in China”. Phone Ian on 537-0589 or Moira on 274-5471. Social badminton FRIENDLY social badminton for those with knowledge of game, men and women welcome on Thursdays from 9.45am to noon at Howick Baptist Clarkson Hall, Wellington Street. Phone June on 534-9849. Holiday screening A SCHOOL holiday flm, In Desert and Wilderness, screens at the Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, How- ick, on April 28 at 2pm. Stas 14, and Nel, 8, are in Egypt with their fathers and are kidnapped. The adventure begins with them travelling across the African desert. The flm is based on the novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz. Entry is by donation. Cinema club SCREENING at Uxbridge Cin- emaClubonMay2at8pmis The Leopard. Tickets are $8. It’s a classic flm starring Burt Lan- caster, Claudia Cardinale and Alain Delon. Set in 1860-62 dur- ing the turbulent period of Ital- ian unifcation, it tells the story of an aristocratic Sicilian family threatened by political upheav- als. Make a night of it and eat frst at Bistro at Uxbridge, with a special two-course meal for $15, bookings essential. Phone 535- 6467. Senior forum A FREE seminar is offered dis- cussing the big decision to move from the family home into retire- ment living. We provide a panel of experts to help you become better informed. You can talk to Carol Livingstone, lawyer; Suzanne McDowell, franchise owner Mike Pero Real Estate; Peter Lane, of Vision Danne- mora; guest speaker Rudy Baker from East Health talking on health and well-being. It’s at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, on May 8, 10-11am. To book or for more information, phone Suzanne on 215-2787. Brain exercise A HAPPY group of card players meets on Thursday mornings at Howick Bowling Club, Selwyn Road, to play Whist, starting at 10am. Come along and join us, or phone Mary on 534-9675 or Dul- cie on 534-5662 for more details. To celebrate our 16 years, we’re having a fun day on May 9, so bring a plate for a shared lunch. New players very welcome, help given. Making sense A NEW eight-week course based on information from neuro- sciences and other sources will provide a deeper understanding about yourself, enabling you to become more fexible, resilient and resourceful in your personal and professional relationships. It starts on May 7 from 7-9pm at Highland Park Community House, 47 Aviemore Drive. For enquiries and bookings, phone Bernarda on 535-5311. Suzanne McDowell, the Pakuranga franchise owner of Mike Pero Real Estate, is one of the experts available at a free retirement seminar at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts on May 8. Photo supplied While every e ort 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 classi ed advertisement to ensure placement.
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