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8 --- Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, August 7, 2013 www.times.co.nz 69 Picton St, Howick Village. Phone 534 7794 Monday-Friday 9.30am-5pm Saturday 9am-3pm Find us on Facebook Spend over $60 on our original handcrafted Factory Ceramic dishes and be in with the chance to win a bowl valued at $49. Offer expires 5pm, August 20, 2013. 122739-v2 Thursday 8 August, 10am -- 2pm Come and hunt out a great bargain, then enjoy a delicious lunch in Divine Café. We’ll be putting together a special menu for our market day guests, and prices are very reasonable. We’d love to see you here. Find us at 7 Flat Bush School Road, Manukau. For more information please call 09 277 1441. SUMMERSET CRAFT MARKET 122949 25% OFF* OPEN: Saturday to Wednesday 9.30am-6pm, Thursday & Friday 9.30am-8.30pm facebook.com/mineralskinspa * Conditions apply, subject to booking availability | Expires August 31, 2013 (Mention this advert to get special offer) 335C Ti Rakau Dr, East Tamaki. Ph 271 5294 (Opposite Bunnings and behind Lighting Direct) • Dermalogica Facial • Algologie Facial • Body Treatment • Massage • Waxing Tinting • Sauna • Couples Treatment available OPENING SPECIAL 122357-V3 SPORTS 2013 Try a new sport – look out for our sports feature being published in August. Let the locals know who’s who and what’s what in our world of local sport! Published in The Howick and Botany Times, August 14 The Howick and Pakuranga Times, August 15 Advertising deadline is August 9 Hurry, phone 271 8000 Unit G, 491 Pakuranga Rd, Highland Park (behind Caltex). Phone 533 5998. Huge range of products including Fashion, Make-up, Kitchenware, Shoes, Toys, Stationery, Paintings. LEASE EXPIRED -- CLOSING DOWN--UPTO70%OFF 123349 Pakuranga Rd To Pakuranga To Howick Aviemore Drive Bucklands Beach Rd Dunrobin Place ➔ ➔ Caltex Old Cinemas X LAST 2 WEEKS! Brookby Quarry has applied for resource consent to increase its quarrying operations to: • Saturday operations 6:30am to 7.30pm • Triple the number of truck movements on the road to 5120 per week • Almost double the extraction rate of this natural greywacke resource to 1000 tonnes per hour If approved these changes could: • Risk the safety of you and your family due to the massive increase in the number of trucks using our roads • Damage the peaceful rural environment of the Clevedon Scenic Route, Brookby Valley and Whitford area • Compromise the natural environment with diesel particulate, dust and noise pollution Spending only 10 minutes of your time to fll out a submission form online can help protect the safety of our community and the beauty of this city fringe rural environment. Public notifcation is later this week. To present your submission visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz Your local community needs your help to survive. 123357 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. Family research THE Panmure branch of the NZ Society of Genealogists meets at the Family Research Centre, 159 Queen’s Road, on August 13 at 5pm for own research and 7.30pm for meeting. Theme: Film night with popcorn. For enquiries, phone Vivienne on 578-2525. Tennis opening HOWICK Tennis Club, on the corner of Wellington and Howe Streets, holds its senior opening day on August 11 and welcomes new members. It starts at 1.30pm with fun tennis, followed by the offcial opening and afternoon tea at 3pm. For enquiries, phone Cat on 534-9152 or 021-879-811. Range of activities ANCHORAGE Park Community House offers a selection of activity groups, including Japanese cook- ing, knitting, Zumba, cooking the Kiwi way, Plunket and more. For more information, phone 576-5381. 60's Up ENTERTAINMENT this month is provided by Accordion Aires, who will have feet tapping and hands clapping to accordion music, on August 13, 9.30am at Te Tuhi Cen- tre for the Arts, Pakuranga. Mem- bers can book for the annual outing to see an old movie at Avondale’s Hollywood Cinema, $30. New members welcome. Phone Mau- reen on 534-5150. Blooming orchids HOWICK Orchid Society meets on August 11 at Fencible Lounge, Uxbridge Road, at 1.30pm. Club member Phil Funnel gives a talk on weird and wacky orchids and shows slides of unusual species. Afternoon tea, orchid plant raffes and fowers displayed, visitors welcome. Entry $2. Phone Anton on 537-1251. New York to Auckland UXBRIDGE Creative Centre holds an art lecture series with Elisha Masemann on August 13, 7pm at 35 Uxbridge Road, Howick. The city as a medium: Street art from New York to Auckland. Since their early development in New York in the 1970s, graffti and street art subcul- tures have become revolutionary and highly controversial practices. Tickets $15 adults, $12 seniors, $10 students. For bookings or more details, phone 535-6467. Relationship seminar CESSION Community Trust is hosting the Strength to Strength Relationships Seminar Series with Aaron Ironside. It gives insight on how to improve relationships, including parents and children, siblings, spouses or partners, and cross-cultural relationships. It’s on three Wednesdays, August 14-28, 7.15pm at The Depot, Lloyd Els- more Park, $30 individual or $50 couple, including dessert. Regis- tration is essential. Email Juanita, email@example.com, or phone 021-723-369. Ancestry study ON AUGUST 14, 10am at Highland Park Library, Lois Francis presents fndmypast.uk, a website dedicated to more than 550 million searcha- ble family history records from the UK. For reservations, phone 535- 5935. On August 16, 11am to noon, at Botany Library, learn how to fnd your past, beginner to intermediate level. Phone 272-0010. Yoga mediation LEARN practical tools to manage stress through yoga mediation and breathing, at Point View School, 25 Kilkenny Drive, Dannemora, on August 10 from 10.30-11.30am. For further details, phone Nonita on 021-234-1711, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Border control CITIZENS Advice Bureau Pakuranga/Eastern Manukau holds its annual general meeting on August 14, 10.30am at Te Tuhi Cen- tre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga. Guest speaker Cressida Cameron will talk about her life at Border Control and Springhill Prison. All welcome. For more information, phone 576-8331. Stamp collectors THE Howick Philatelic Society meets on the third Thursday of each month at St Andrew’s Church Centre on the corner of Vincent Street and Ridge Road at 7.30pm, and from 7pm for swapping. The group has interesting speakers, all welcome and no age barrier. For details, phone Trevor on 535-5577. Network meeting A PAKURANGA and Howick Net- work meeting is on August 15 at the Star of the Sea building, 29 Granger Road, Howick, at 10am. For enquir- ies, phone Lance on 261-8738. Stitch up HOWICK Quilting Friends meets on the second Saturday of the month at Nixon Park Hall, 70 Sale Street, Howick. For further details, phone Liz on 535-4027 or Lyn on 535-4663. Donations ANY second-hand clothing, towels, sheets, crockery and general house- hold items are required for Temple fundraising. If you can help, phone 535-6489. Traditional jazz THE Vintage Jazz Band with jazz pianist John Wilcox plays at the Nixon Centre, Sale Street, Howick, from 7.30-10pm on August 9. Mem- bers $10, non $15, cash bar, all wel- come. For enquiries, phone Peter on 534-4541.
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