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6 --- Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, May 29, 2013 www.times.co.nz 122467 2/239 Burswood Dr, East Tamaki. Ph 272 2697. HOURS: Monday-Friday 9.30am-5pm; Saturday 9.30am-4pm. 121 Apirana Ave, Glen Innes. Ph 528 8504. HOURS: Monday-Friday 9.30am-5pm; Saturday 9.30am-4pm. THE SHOE GALLERY BOOT SAL E 30% OFF Full length Boots One week only Until Saturday, June 1, 2013 REPLENISH WOMEN'S CONFERENCE 2013 ELIM CHRISTIAN CENTRE, 159 BOTANY ROAD, BOTANY DOWNS REGISTER ONLINE WWW.ELIMCHRISTIANCENTRE.ORG.NZ FEATURING KEY NOTE SPEAKER: BERNIE KELSEY WITH SPECIAL GUEST: JULIA GRACE FRI 21 &SAT22 JUNE 122551 PAKURANGA GOLF CLUB FUNCTION CENTRE FOR HIRE We cater for Weddings, 21st Birthdays, Anniversaries, Corporate Functions www.pakurangagolf.co.nz or Phone 538 0676 120560 VISIQUE BOTANY SPECIAL OFFER Buy 1 Get 1 FREE! • Condition applies • Free frame on selected frames only • While stocks last E Visique Botany Optometrists Unit 11 Bishop 's Gate Business Centre Cnr Te Irirangi Dr & Bishop Dunn Pl, Botany TEL: 09 274 9839 E-MAIL: email@example.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/visiquebotany WEBSITE: www.visique-botany.co.nz 120519-v3 Education FOR ALL AGES 2013/2014 www.times.co.nz • Ph 271 8000 EDUCATION FOR ALL AGES A Times Newspapers Special Publication To provide helpful information regarding education for all ages, to assist readers in making wise and informed decisions regarding their children’s lives. The publication also seeks to encourage healthy lifestyle choices, sport and academic endeavour. BE PART OF IT! www.times.co.nz facebook.com/timesonlinenz 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. Volunteers needed ST JOHN Friends of the Emer- gency Department needs volun- teers for Middlemore Hospital, to offer comfort, information and support to patients in the Adult Emergency Care Centre. To receive further information and an applica- tion pack, phone 0800-780-780, or email email@example.com. Pilots' tales BUCKLANDS Beach Combined Probus Club meets on June 3, 10am in the War Memorial Hall, Wharf Road. The speaker is Bruce Cous- ins, ex-British Airways, talking Pilots’ Tales. New members are welcome. For more details, phone Rosalie on 273-6985. Got talent? ZONTA East Auckland presents Have You Got Talent? at Howick Little Theatre, Lloyd Elsmore Park, Pakuranga Road, for students in years 7-13. Heats are on June 8-9, with the ﬁnal at 7pm on June 9. Entry is $20, plus $10 for any addi- tional performer in a single act. There’s a small entry fee to view the heats and ﬁnal. Email howick- firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Inner calm CENTERING meditation at All Saints Church, corner of Selwyn Road and Picton Street, is on June 2, 7-8pm. All welcome. For enquir- ies, phone Joyce on 537-1808. Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Combined Probus Club meets on June 6, 10am at Eastview Baptist Church, 559 Chapel Road. The speaker is ex- pilot Bruce Cousins talking about ﬂying. Phone Ian on 537-0589 or Moira on 274-5471. Shakespeare Aloud THE next gathering to read Much Ado About Nothing is held at High- land Park Library, May 30 at 7pm. All welcome. For more informa- tion, phone Teresa on 535-3092. Dancing classes EVENING classes starting soon at Edgewater College include Per- sian belly dancing, salsa, bachata and Latin American dance. Come and join the fun. A MYOB week- end workshop starts in June. The course is hands on and good com- puter skills and basic knowledge of bookkeeping are essential. For details, phone 576-4731. Rural fare ALFRISTON Country Market is on June 1, 9am to noon in the commu- nity hall beside Alfriston School, corner Mill and Alfriston Roads, Manurewa. Wet or cold we are here with our knitted and felted scarves, hats, gloves for all the fam- ily and lots of warm hand knits for the children, plus our usual beauti- ful things. For more details, phone Gendy on 266-5134. Starting solids AUCKLAND East Parents Centre provides an informative session on everything to do with starting your baby on solids in a simple manner, on June 6, 9.30-11.30am at Keall House, 31 Uxbridge Road, How- ick. Refreshments provided. Babies welcome, bookings essential. Phone 537-0560 and leave a message, or email auckland.east@parentscen- tre.org.nz for more information or to enrol. Singles group NEW Horizons is a social and friendship 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 7pm. Come along and meet new friends. Phone Rex on 577-3459 or Suzy on 529-4027. Our website is www.auckland-singles-social- club.org.nz. Folk dancing NEW Mediterranean rhythms folk dance class starts soon, so come and dance your cares away as you move to the exhilarating rhythms of Greece, Italy, Israel and more. Have some fun as you exercise. The four-week class starts on June 4, 10.30-11.30am at Uxbridge, 35 Uxbridge Road, Howick. For enquiries and to enrol, phone Ruth on 360-1276. Prostate cancer A PROSTATE cancer support group meeting is on June 4, 7pm at St Columba Church, 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany. The speaker is Keith Townshend dissecting the link between prostate cancer and nutri- tion. Phone Ann for more details on 536-4512. British surnames HOWICK branch of the New Zea- land Society of Genealogists has a meeting on June 8 at St Andrew’s Church Centre, Vincent Street, at 1.30pm. Phil Sai-Louie talks about the origins of British surnames. Door charge $5. Visitors welcome. Phone 576-4715 or 576-5400. Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) teams from Botany and Pakuranga had a Pink Ribbon breakfast on May 18 in support of breast cancer research. Botany supervisor Christine Winchester says: "We all enjoyed ourselves and it's great to support a worthy cause. Breast cancer touches many New Zealanders." The Botany CAB opened in 2009 and elds more than 300 enquiries a month. It's open from 9.30am-1pm during weekdays and also o ers JP services. 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