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www.times.co.nz Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, May 1, 2013 --- 7 FACTORY SHOP BATH & BODY GIFT SETS SHOWER GEL, BODY BUTTERS BODY LOTIONS, COSMETICS FRAGRANCE & GIFT SETS FASHION ACCESSORIES SOAPS, TOILETRIES Come and check out the range of gifts 1084321 CASH ONLY (NO EFTPOS, NO CREDIT CARDS) SALE ITEMS ARE END OF LINES, SAMPLES AND DELETED STOCK OPEN EVERY FRIDAY 10AM-3PM MONDO GROUP 50 GREENMOUNT DR EAST TAMAKI www.mondo.co.nz YOUR HOME FOR SHOPPING 22 to 26 April - Drop ‘n’ Shop From 11am till 3pm, drop your kids of at the “Drop ‘n’ Shop” zone for FrEE. Supervised by qualifed staf. ANzAc Day on 25 April, the service will run from 1pm to 5pm. The “Drop ‘n’ Shop” zone is located in the conservatory outside Hallensteins. 29 to 3 MAy - ButtErFly CrEEk’S ButtErMilk FArMyArD From 11am till 3pm, snuggle a bunny or giggle with a guinea pig in the cute interactive farm area. Located in Market Square outside New World. Plus visit the Whitcoulls Kids zone and see some great kids movies at Hoyts Botany. Follow us on Facebook to see how you can Win passes to Butterfy creek, Rocket Ropes or Lock n Load Paintball daily *Terms and Conditions apply - see Visitors Centre or Eventful Kids supervisors for details 121028 BRING YOUR TAT TY OLD HANDBAG INTO 101 &BEINTOWINONEOF 3 LOUENHIDE DESIGNER HANDBAGS FOR MUM THIS MOTHER'S DAY. Handbags will be displayed instore at 101. Howick's three ugliest 'Old Bags' will be judged and winners notified on Friday May 10 - just in time for Mother's Day. RETAIL STORE ADDRESS 1 COOK ST, HOWICK TELEPHONE +64 9 535 2101 1084131 BOTANY BEAT is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, 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. Tui time PIGEON Mountain Garden Club meets on May 6, 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, corner Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick. The speaker is Lianne Wilson from Tui Products talking about their product range. Phone Gabby on 537-2979. Shopping volunteers VOLUNTEER drivers and shop- ping companions, who can com- mit a couple of hours once every fve to six weeks, are needed for a shopping shuttle service. Manukau East Shopping Shuttle provides a door-to-door service for the elderly every Thursday to shop at Botany Town Centre or Pakuranga Plaza. If you can help, phone Maureen McKechnie on 0800-632-677. Polish immigration PROBUS Club of Howick meets at St Andrew’s Church Centre, Vin- cent Street, on May 10 at 10am. The speaker is John Roy, the Polish Consul, speaking on the history of Polish immigration to New Zea- land. New members and visitors welcome. Phone Cliff on 534-5246. Trivial pursuit BUCKLANDS Eastern Beach sen- ior citizens friendship club meets at Bucklands Beach Bowling Club, 21 Morrow Avenue, on May 3 for trivial pursuit at 12.45pm to 3pm. Bingo, games and trips with after- noon tea and biscuits. Cost $3. Phone Rosemary on 532-8510 or Ann on 533-9991. Joggers, walkers A WARM welcome is extended to anyone wishing to join joggers and walkers at 9am on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at Pakuranga Athletic Clubrooms, Lloyd Elsmore Park. For enquiries, phone Coral on 273-3427. Rural fare ALFRISTON Country Market is on May 4, 9am to noon in the commu- nity hall beside Alfriston School, corner Mill and Alfriston Roads, Manurewa. Handcrafted gifts for Mother’s Day: hats, bags, cards, jewellery, scarves, cakes and things for the house and garden. Take her with you to enjoy morning tea. Phone Gendy on 266-5134. Community education LEARN to play one of the most popular stringed instruments, the ukulele. The course is suitable for beginners and those with a little experience. Learn basic chords and scales. Maximum of 10 partici- pants in each course, BYO ukulele. Classes start soon also for Persian belly dancing, Salsa, Bachata and Latin American dancing; Indian, Chinese, laksa, pasta and other cooking; and Mandarin, German, French and Spanish languages. For details, phone Edgewater College on 576-4731. Forensic scientist U3A Pakuranga meets at a new venue, St Andrew’s Church, corner of Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick, on May 6 at 1.30pm. The speaker is Dr Anna Sandford, a forensic scientist, “Wrongful con- victions and the contribution of forensic science”. Another speaker is Suzanne Walton, of AA Insurance, “The change from full replacement insurance to sum insured – reasons why and frequently asked ques- tions”. Phone Bob on 534-4496 or Robin on 576-5572. Managing wardrobes EVENING classes starting soon at Edgewater College are personal style courses that include 114 out- fts from 13 garments, body shape and colours. Look 10 years younger without surgery and more. Phone 576-4731 for details and to enrol. Floral designer PAPATOETOE Garden and Flo- ral Art Society hosts a workshop with well known foral designer Dorothy Turner on May 25 from 9.30am to 3pm, cost $25. For more details, phone Barbara on 576-9803 or Rosemary on 278-2223. Sensible sentencing BUCKLANDS Beach Combined Probus Club meets on May 6 at 10am in the War Memorial Hall, Wharf Road. The speaker is Jock Jamieson of the Sensible Sentenc- ing Trust. New members are very welcome. Phone Rosalie on 273- 6985. Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Combined Probus Club meets on May 2, 10am at Eastview Baptist 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. Line dancing MERYLIN’S line-dancing classes are held on Mondays, 10-11am at All Saints Community Hall, Cook Street, Howick, and Thursdays from 11am at Howick RSA, Wel- lington Street. Entry is $4. Learn to line dance, have fun, great for all ages, aids mental and physical ft- ness. Phone Merylin on 576-3344 or 027-476-3345. Singles group NEW Horizons is a social and friendship club for single 40s, 50s and 60s, with monthly programmes of barbecues, outings, dinners and flms. A club and prospective new members night is held on the frst Thursday of each month at Barrel Inn, Cook Street, Howick, from 7pm. Come along and meet new friends. Phone Mike for more information on 534-6738 or Suzy on 529-4027.
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