Howick and Pakuranga Times
Botany and Ormiston Times : Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, May 8, 2013
18 --- Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, May 8, 2013 www.times.co.nz 118083 CLASSIC INTERIORS Luxury Italian Furniture and Accessories Imported Directly from Italian Manufacturers A new shop open on 345 Chapel Rd, Unit 14 (behind Fruit World) You can customise your furniture by choosing the timber ﬁnishing colour as well as choosing your fabric to ﬁt your home SPECIAL OPENING OFFER 20-50% OFF EVERYTHING IN STORE! Please visit us from Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-4pm. Phone 277 6932, mob 027 733 1374 121241-V3 Very special price for the console and mirror, with marble top -- ONLY $3399 (Bring this advert with you) Console 175cm x 53cm x 88cm high Mirrow 154cm x 160cm high KWALITY MINI BAZAAR Complete range of Indian Groceries Many more specials instore now Unit 5/2 Bishop Dunn Pl, Botany South. Ph 274 3747. 286 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe. Ph 277 9596. Green Valley Milk 2L 2 FOR $4.50 Flour 10kg $9.99 Potato Sack 10kg $3.99 Samosas 2FOR$1 Basmati Rice 5kg $9.99 Olive Oil 4L $21.99 120521 Spices, fresh veges, dry fruits, pooja items available here Smales Rd Ormiston Rd Te Irirangi Dr Chapel Rd Mitre 10 Mega We are here 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. Traditional jazz THE Vintage Jazz Band with trum- peter Lindsay Meech plays at the Nixon Centre, Sale Street, Howick, from 7.30-10pm on May 10. Mem- bers $10, non $15. All welcome. Cash bar. For enquiries, phone Peter on 534-4541. Indoor market UNIQUE Mother’s Day gift ideas are at Classy Crafts Indoor Market at All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick, on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm. Jewellery, home- ware, Belgium chocolates, novel- ties and much more. Phone Ruth on 535-7513. Searching for orchids ON MAY 12, “El Presidente” Glenn gives a talk and shows slides on “Searching for orchids in North- East Thailand” at Fencible Lounge, Uxbridge Road, Howick, at 1.30pm. Afternoon tea, orchid plant raffes, fowers displayed, visitors wel- come, entry $2. Phone Anton on 537-1251. Forest and Bird SOUTH Auckland Forest and Bird’s Howick meeting and annual general meeting are on May 13 at 7.30pm at Haseler Hall, All Saints Church, Selwyn Road. Colleen Grayling talks on Kokako recovery in the Pureora Forest, now one of the six key Kokako sites and the only one mainly run by volunteers. All welcome. Support group EAST Auckland breast cancer support group meets on May 15, 7.30pm at Highland Park Com- munity House, 47 Aviemore Drive. The guest speaker from Health and Disability Services explains rights and benefts of the service. Phone Jennifer on 274-1192 or Wynne on 534-7265. Seaside market BEACHLANDS mini market and car boot sale is on May 11 at Beach- lands Chartered Club from 9am to noon. Variety of stalls, sausage siz- zle, quick-fre raffes and cafe will be open. Book a stall for $20 or a car boot for $10. Phone/text Margaret on 536-6735 or 0274-954-312. Pottery HOWICK’S Uxbridge Creative Centre has a pottery course on Tuesday evenings for eight weeks, 6.30-8.30pm, from May 14. Get ideas fowing by sculpting and building with clay. Register soon as spaces are limited. For more infor- mation, phone 535-6467. 60's Up PAKURANGA 60’s Up Movement holds its annual general meeting at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts on May 14 at 9.30am. Members can book for the visit to Coastguard at Mechanics Bay, followed by lunch at Howick RSA, cost $30. New members welcome. Phone Heather on 576-3614. Respite care PARENTS needing a break? Short and long-term care is available for special needs kids and teens. Min- istry of Health carer support fund- ing accepted. Phone Masada on 576-5229. Introducing Rotary THE Rotary Club of Botany East Tamaki meets on Mondays at Cel- sius Gastro Bar, corner Te Irirangi Drive and Ormiston Road at 6.15pm for 6.30pm start. Learn about Rotary working on community service projects locally and inter- nationally. After the meeting join us for a meal in the restaurant. Visit our stand at Botany Town Centre on May 18 to learn more. Phone Dyann on 021-535-682, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Newspaper researching PANMURE branch of the Society of Genealogists meets at the Family Research Centre, 159 Queens Road, on May 14 at 5pm for own research and 7.30pm for meeting, supper. Topic: Newspapers of the world. Phone Edward on 576-8787. Series of seminars NAVIGATING the health sys- tem – this pilot programme with guest speakers covers what serv- ices are available to support you should your circumstances change in retirement. Get prepared: what would you like to know before you need these services? On May 15, 10am to noon, at St John’s Commu- nity Centre, 120 Great South Road, Papatoetoe, guest speakers from Senior Line and Needs Assessment Service Coordination (NASC) give short presentations, with questions and answers. Morning tea, no entry charge, but donations gratefully received. Bookings are essential. Phone Age Concern on 279-4331 ext 800. Importing into NZ SATURDAY workshops start soon at Edgewater College. This course will help entrepreneurs to start importing into New Zealand. Learn about the existing import opportu- nities, tariff regulations and duty concessions, various payment options and trade terms, risk man- agement, import prohibitions and restrictions and general informa- tion on how to manage an import business effectively. For details and enrolments, go to www.short- coursesandworkshops.co.nz, or phone 576-4731. While every e ort is made to run the notices, volume and space restrictions may mean events will not run. 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