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It’s the frst chance to view and purchase antiques while enjoying wine, nibbles and a vintage fashion parade. Purchase tickets from The Antique Shop, Picton Street, Howick, or from Joanne, phone 021-901-705. Proceeds are going to Kidz First Chil- dren’s Hospital. Bargains galore TRINITY Methodist Church, at 474 Pakuranga Road, is holding a garage sale on July 13 from 8am. Bargains in household goods, clothing and bric-a- brac, so come and see what treasures we have for you. Proceeds are in aid of church funds. Phone 534-5227. Cultural get-together THE public is invited to a meeting hosted by the Auckland Council – Ethnic Peoples Advisory Panel, on July 13, 9am to 1.30pm at Henderson Council Chambers, Level 2, Civic Building, 6 Henderson Valley Road. Theme: Ethnic communities – we contribute. We advise. Do we decide? Tea/coffee on arrival, lunch provided. RSVP essential, email ethnic.panel@ aucklandcouncil.govt.nz. For further enquiries, phone Dr Camille Nakhid on 021-045-7368. Breast cancer EAST Auckland breast cancer sup- port group meets on July 17, 7.30pm at Highland Park Community House, 47 Aviemore Drive. The guest speaker is Wynne Howarth talking about U3A (the University of the Third Age), covering a wide range of interests to keep our brains active. For enquiries, phone Jennifer on 274-1192 or Wynne on 534-7265. Roman romance THE movie Quo Vadis is based on the prize-winning novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz. It tells of a love that develops between a young Christian woman, Ligia, and Marcus Vinicius, a Roman patrician. It takes place in Rome under the rule of Emperor Nero, about 64AD (172 minutes, English subtitles). It screens on July 14, 2pm at the Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick. Entry by donation. Word to Auckland A COMMUNITY meeting in advance of the upcoming Auckland Council elections, hosted by East City Wes- leyan Church, 219 Burswood Drive, Burswood, at 6pm. On July 14, the speaker is Reverend Frank Ritchie, of TEAR Fund, and there is question time after his address. Quality crafts BOTANY Town Centre’s craft mar- ket is now called Aotearoa Crafts, continuing to sell a high standard of New Zealand-made goods, and is in the Sunset Terrace area above the food court, on Saturdays from 9am to 4pm. Phone Dorothy on 274-3883. Marigold Years THE senior forum, the Marigold Years’ midwinter Christmas get- together is on July 17, 10-11.30am, in the cinema lounge at Dannemora Gardens, 30 Matarangi Road, East Tamaki. All welcome, free entry, come and share a cuppa and Christ- mas goodies and enjoy a Q&A ses- sion about the move from the family home into retirement living. To book a place, phone Suzanne on 215-2787. Young at Heart SELWYN Centre for Young @ Heart is having a pamper day for gold-card holders on July 17, 10am to noon at All Saints Community Hall, 30 Cook Street, Howick. Entry is $10 including Devonshire tea. For details and book- ings, phone Mary on 535-1563. Week of fun A FUN week of activities is planned for years 3-6 students, on July 22-26, at Pakuranga Christian Fellowship, 96 Udys Road. There’s a trip to rock climbing and extreme trampoline, eating delicious food on Junior Mas- terChef Day, making stuff on Card- board Craziness Day, and bringing out the pool table, table tennis and darts for Game Extravaganza Day. Full details are at www.pcf.gen.nz, or to register phone 576-2435. Quilting's cool HOWICK Quilting Friends meet on the second Saturday of the month at Nixon Park Hall, 70 Sale Street. For further details, phone Liz on 535- 4027 or Lyn on 535-4663. Holiday workshops CREATE art masterpieces at school holiday workshops: Costumes and paper fowers, July 16, 10am-noon; July 23, 1-3pm. Wycinanki paper cut-outs, July 17, 10am-noon; July 24, 1-3pm. At Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick, $6 a person. Bookings are essential. For more information and to book, phone 533-3530. Learn education ARE you a new migrant and parent and would like to get information about schooling? A free workshop to learn about how the education system works is on July 31, 9.30am-12.30pm at Auckland Regional Migrant Serv- ices, 2 Osterley Way, Manukau. For more information and to register, phone 263-5490. Glorious orchids HOWICK Orchid Society meets on July 14, 1.30pm at Fencible Lounge, Uxbridge Road. Chris Hubbert talks about his recent visit to the Santa Barbara Orchid Show. Afternoon tea, orchid plant raffes, fowers dis- played, visitors welcome, entry $2. Phone Anton for more information on 537-1251.
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