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Voucher must be redeemed in cinema. Not valid for 3D, La Premiere, D-Box or special events. 123816-V4 Thursday, October 24 10am to 7pm SWAP A DAY for LITTLE SHOP collectables Come along and share or swap your collectables so you can get the ones you need to complete your set. There will be yummy ham rolls available for you and the kids too! Botany 588 Chapel Road, East Tamaki PHONE: (09) 271 1800 OPEN HOURS: Mon-Sun — 7am-10pm Botany WE’REOPEN! YOUR CHANCE TO WIN EVERY WEEK IN APRIL! See in store for details. Excludes the purchases of gift cards, tobacco products, payment of accounts and Christmas Club deposits. See in 30 April 2013. JUST SWIPE YOUR CARD WITH ANY PURCHASE TO ENTER THE DRAW! 124124 BOTANY BEAT is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our office at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki. Spring concert EASTERN Stars Concert Band plays a show at Eastgate Christian Centre, 5 Ben Lomond Crescent, Pakuranga, on October 26 at 7pm. Andrew Leach, the national euphonium champion, will perform solos with the youth band. Tickets are available at the door, $20 family concession, adults $10, senior/students $5. Supper served with gold coin donation. For enquiries, phone Barrie or Marie on 271-4558 or 021-722-171. Build with Lego DROP in and build and create during Lego at the Library, at Highland Park Library on October 27 from 10am to 3pm. It’s held on the last Sunday of every month. Phone 535-5935. Arts and crafts MISSION Bay Art and Craft Mar- ket is on October 28 at Mission Bay Reserve, from 10am to 4pm. There will be something for everyone, with more than 200 stallholders offering a variety of delicious food, Kiwi-made crafts, jewellery, art and more. Diwali festivities CELEBRATE Diwali at Botany Library with the Warli Painting Art Workshop on October 30, 11am to noon. Create your own library bag with amazing Warli painting motifs, which is a traditional art from India usually telling a story. Registration is recommended. Phone the library on 272-0010. It’s free and all ages are welcome. East Auckland Aglow MEETINGS are held on the last Wednesday of each month at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, 9.30am for morning tea and 10am start. Come along and lis- ten to the speakers. Be refreshed, uplifted and bring a friend as every- one is welcome. For enquiries, phone Laraine on 573-4070, or go to www. aglow.org.nz. Travel buddies ARE you one of many who, for a range of reasons, no longer have a partner yet are still keen on travel? This new travel group has the goal to avoid the single-supplement accommodation charges. It has the aim of introducing like-minded people, to seek compati- bility, with the common goal of being travel buddies. Want to know more? Phone Robin on 535-4050, or send an email to email@example.com. New members are always welcome. Friendship club SENIOR Citizens Friendship Club meets at Bucklands Beach Bowling Club, corner Devon Road and Waller Avenue, on the first and third Fri- day of each month from 12.45-3pm. Entertainment, music, bingo, trips, tea and biscuits. Come and make friends, only $3 each. On November 1, Brian Paladin sings for us. Phone Olive on 534-6938 or call Ann on 533-9991. Free course EAST Health Trust is holding a Stanford diabetes self-management education programme starting on November 5 from 1.30-4pm, run- ning for six weeks. Topics include monitoring, healthy eating, problem solving, reading nutrition labels, depression and stress management. To register, phone Shirley at East Health Trust on 538-0599. Classy Crafts ON OCTOBER 26 at Classy Crafts Indoor Market, you’ll be able to watch a beading and cross-stitch workshop and browse in comfort among stalls selling New Zealand handcrafted Christmas gifts, decora- tions and souvenirs. The market is at All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick, on Saturdays, 9am to 1pm. Health lecture AUCKLAND Medical Research Foundation is holding a free pub- lic lecture on November 6 at 7pm. Healthy Hearts for all New Zealand- ers is at the University of Auckland Medical School, AMRF Auditorium, 85 Park Road, Grafton. The discus- sion will be on how we can improve heart health. For more information, phone Kathleen on 923-1701, or visit www.medicalresearch.org.nz. Public speaking DO YOU have to speak at an anni- versary, wedding, birthday or fare- well? Pakuranga Toastmasters meets fortnightly for friendly training in a supportive environment. The next meeting is on October 30. For further information, phone Andrew on 528- 8554 or Alun on 576-5597, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Robin Angus has formed a group for single people wanting to travel with a buddy or companion and who are looking to avoid the often expensive single-supplement accommodation charge. Times photo Wayne Martin Bank opens a Botany branch THE Co-operative Bank is continuing its period of growth by opening another branch, in Botany Town Centre. Opened by Prime Minister John Key last Friday, it’s the third new Co-operative Bank branch to open its doors this month, with at least two more expected to open around the country in the coming year. Botany branch manager Edward Lund says: “The team and I are excited and proud to be the new addition to the Botany Downs community.” Co-operative Bank chief executive Bruce McLachlan says it has a strong agenda for growth, supported by its unique position as the only bank in New Zealand that shares its profit with its customers. “ We’re continuing to see an increase in customers each month and want to make sure they can experience the highest level of customer service.” Botany is the 10th branch in Auckland and brings the total to 36. “Our plan for growth doesn’t just cover physical branches. We’re also working to create a better online experience too, because we know that’s as important to some of our customers.” Earlier this year, Co- operative Bank says it demonstrated its commitment to growing prosperity by sharing $1 million of profits with its customers.
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