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WinterCataloguein-store1July2014 1000 DAYS INTEREST FREE(1) on Pure Colour Fibre’s Beauty Range * Lending criteria, terms, conditions and fees apply. Minimum purchase $500. INTEREST FREE(1) New Zealand’s largest and most trusted flooring retailer – carpetcourt.co.nz 124298-V8 BOTANY BEAT is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to email@example.com, 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. Family clothing THE HOPE Shop is having a win- ter sale on family clothing until the end of July. Opening hours are 10am-1pm, Wednesday to Satur- day, at 219 Burswood Drive. Phone 273-9044, email hopeshop@ecw. org.nz, or go to www.ecw.org.nz. Housing history THE Howick branch of the Society of Genealogists meets on July 12 at St Andrew’s Church Centre, Vin- cent Street, at 1.30pm. Architec- tural historian Bill McKay speaks about the history of State Houses. Door charge $5, visitors welcome. Phone 576-4715 or 576-5400. Women’s market A WOMEN’S Market is on this Sat- urday at the Picton Centre, How- ick, 8am-12.30pm, in aid of the She Is Safe charity. Gold coin entry. Arts and crafts stalls, handmade gifts, pre-loved clothing and more. Tea and coffee available, children’s play area. Stalls are available at $20. Phone 021-196-4330. Growing cattleyas HOWICK Orchid Society meets on July 13, 1.30pm in the Fenci- ble Lounge, Howick Library. Anjo McKernan discusses growing cat- tleyas. Afternoon tea, orchid plant raffles, flowers displayed, visitors welcome, entry $2. Phone Anton on 537-1251. Wool’s needed WOOL is wanted by the Save the Children charity. Its knitters make clothes and cot blankets to sell in its charity shop or to give to Plun- ket nurses to distribute to families. It needs any colour or quantities of yarn, especially four- or eight- ply. Leave at the shop near the Information Centre in Howick, or phone Janet on 535-4039 to have it collected. Bureau upgrade THE Botany Citizens Advice Bureau is undergoing renova- tions but is still open for business at Botany Town Centre. It is open weekdays 9.30am-1pm, phone on 271-5382, or send it an email to cab. firstname.lastname@example.org. Stitch up FRIDAY Quilters are looking for new members, so go along for a friendly cuppa and see what they’re about. They meet on the second Friday of each month at Nixon Hall, Sale Street, Howick, at 10am. Phone Jacqui on 535-2862 or 021- 033-4862 for more details. Village activities HOWICK Historical Village’s Something’s On event is on July 15, with villagers in costume ready to talk to children and teach knitting, crocheting, rug making, cooking soup and tasting, as well as a Com- monwealth countries flag hunt. Phone 576-9506, or visit the web- site at www.fencible.org.nz. Breast cancer EAST Auckland breast cancer support group meets on July 16 at 6.30pm for its midwinter dinner. For more details, phone Jenny on 274-1192 or Wynne on 534-7265. Age Concern THE Navigating the Health Sys- tem series continues with The Four Senses part one, on July 15, downstairs at Howick Presbyterian Church, 11 Vincent Street, 10am- 12.30pm. Guest speakers cover how medications and dental issues can impact health and well-being. Morning tea included, no cost, donations welcome. In August, part two addresses hearing and vision issues for older people. Bookings are essential. For more informa- tion, phone Age Concern on 279- 4331 ext 800, or send an email to email@example.com. Stepping stones A FREE and confidential pro- gramme for women who have experienced emotional and/or physical abuse starts in Pakuranga on July 21, 10am to noon. For more information, phone Nicole on 576- 6551, or text to 0274-709-638. Holiday programme HOWICK’S Uxbridge Creative Centre has a holiday programme offering art experiences for chil- dren aged six to 14. Wild foil prints, crazy clay, cake pops, claymation, digital photography and more. To find out details, phone 535-6467. The programme runs from July 14-18. Grief and loss TIME to enrol for term three in Seasons’ grief programmes, open to all from age five upwards, start- ing on July 23, 4-5pm in Howick. No charge. Phone Tania or Chris- tina on 533-0222 or 021-034-4587. For enquiries and enrolments, send an email to griefandloss@ allsaintshowick.org.nz. Dances of peace THESE dances of the heart are simple, meditative, joyous and uplifting multicultural circle dances with chants from sacred traditions. It’s on July 14, 7.30-9pm at Old Flat Bush School Hall, cor- ner Murphys and Flat Bush School Roads. All welcome. Phone Sally on 021-235-2386, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resident ratepayers HOWICK Ratepayers and Resi- dents Association has a public meeting with Malcolm Alexander, Local Government NZ chief execu- tive, and its annual general meeting on July 26, 10.30am, at Fencible Lounge, Howick Library. Find out about the national rates review and alternative funding for local bodies. 122841 Thanks to SeaLink this package includes a return ferry trip to Waiheke Island for a car and two people along with two nights’ accommodation. GREAT WINTER ESCAPE PACKAGE SeaLink and Times Newspapers are giving away to one lucky reader a Simply tell us why you or a loved one deserves this great giveaway. Send your entry to Times Newspapers Sealink Promotion PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland or email email@example.com. Entries close August 31, 2014. Waiheke Island Super Saver Ferry Fares * Available on selected sailings. 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