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Action, activities adventure this School Holidays! 126117 Parenting advice HOWICK College PTA invites parents and caregivers to Celia Lashlie live. International sto- ryteller and bestselling author of He’ll Be Okay – Growing Gor- geous Boys into Good Men, Celia will present challenging sug- gestions for parents to rethink the way they interact with their teenagers. It’s at Somerville Intermediate School Hall on July 30. Tickets costs $25 single or $40 double, available online at www.howickcollege.school.nz. Men’s Sheds WANT to find out about Men’s Sheds or be involved in estab- lishing one in Howick Pakuranga Botany. Come to the meeting on Wednesday, July 2, 10.30am at the Picton Centre, 120 Picton Street, Howick, and learn about Men’s Sheds and what they do. For more information, phone Campbell on 537-1424. Empowering women ZONTA International is an organisation of 30,000 in 64 countries working to advance the status of women. The Zonta Club of East Auckland meets on the first Wednesday of each month at Pakuranga Golf Club for a dinner meeting. The next is on July 2. For more information, phone Kathy on 521-7143, or see www.zonta.org.nz. Holiday programme BRING in your wild imagination and creativity and go wild these school holidays. There are excit- ing free activities to keep you busy at the library, from weaving flax to safari hunts, for kids aged five to 12. It’s at Botany Library, from July 5-22. For enquiries, phone 272-0010. Moving to music JOIN us for the once-a -term Wriggle and Rhyme session especially for dads and babies. Have fun with your babies with movement to music and nursery rhymes. It’s at Highland Park Library on June 28 at 10.30am. Phone 535-5935. Bargains galore ST ANDREW’S Op Shop has children’s and adult’s clothing, bric-a-brac, jewellery and more. Parking is down the drive at the top of Vincent Street near Ridge Road. The shop is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm, and on Saturday, 10am to noon. Winter plunge A POLAR Bear Dare, a winter dip fundraising event for the PTSA and student council is open to all Howick Intermediate students and their families on Tuesday, July 1, at 6pm. A minimum of $5 has to be raised by a pupil in order to dip in the pool. All stu- dents who raise more than $5 go into a draw for a family pass to Snowplanet. Matariki project A VOLCANO to Sea event is at 10am-midday on June 28 for Matariki (Maori New Year). Vol- unteers are called for conserva- tion work around Pakuranga Stream at Cascades Walkway, No 1 Reserve, 101R Aviemore Drive, Highland Park. Volunteers will be asked to plant 1500 native trees and a community barbecue follows. For more information or registrations, go online to www. facebook.com/volcanotosea, or phone Heidi on 022-020-8800. More information on the Vol- cano to Sea project is at www. landcare.org.nz/volcanotosea. Friendly seniors SENIORS Friendship Club meets at Bucklands Beach Bowl- ing Club, corner Devon Road and Morrow Avenue, on the first and third Friday of each month for entertainment, music, bingo and also trips. Come and make friends. Cost $3. Tea and biscuits. On July 4, Edwina Thorne plays the trumpet. Phone Olive on 534- 6938 or Ann on 533-9991. Vacation activities HOWICK’S Uxbridge Creative Centre has a holiday programme offering unique art experiences for six to 14 year olds. Wild foil prints, crazy clay, cake pops, claymation, digital photography and more. To find out details, phone 535-6467. The pro- gramme runs in the second week from July 14-18. Combined Probus BOTANY Dannemora Combined Probus Club meets on July 3, 10am at Eastview Baptist Church, 559 Chapel Road. The speaker is Shane Compton from Auckland Zoo. Phone Geoff on 271-1034 or Murray on 534-7082. Date for singles NEW Horizons is a social and friendship club for single 40s, 50s and 60s, with monthly pro- grammes 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 6.30pm. For enquiries, phone Rex on 577- 3459 or Suzy on 529-4027, or check out our website at www. auckland-singles-social-club. org.nz. Talking herbs A MORNING with Rixt Botello, a Bach flower practitioner, natural medicine tutor and author of A Herb Book From Nature is at the Horticultural Centre, 990 Great North Road, Western Springs, 9.30am to 12.30pm, on June 28. Trading table, plants for sale, raffle, morning tea, members $5, visitors $10. Phone 818-4348 or 479-7344. Building blocks MAKE and create with Lego at Highland Park Library on Sun- day, June 29, from 10am to 3pm. It’s held on the last Sunday of every month. Phone 535-5935 for more information. Learn about olives THE Northern Olive Growers Association (OLIVETI) is hold- ing an open day at River Estate, 150 Wades Road, Whitford, on Saturday, July 5, starting at 11.30am. Organisers say it’s the public’s chance to discover what makes New Zealand extra virgin olive oil superior to the imported product. People can see the facil- ities, taste the product and find out more on the day. For enquir- ies, phone Barry on 530-9180 or Margaret on 422-3150. Renowned child and adolescent expert Celia Lashlie presents a parenting advice show for the Howick College PTA at the end of July. Photo supplied 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.
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