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we'd love to see it.
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Community Notices, Private Bag
56910, Dominion Rd, Mt Eden,
Preference will be given to local,
free, community and charity
Drawn together -- creating art stars
Children's art workshops, Auckland Art Gallery is offering summer programmes
for children in the studio and gallery spaces. All workshops are inspired by the
theme Art Stars -- responding to works of art that have a starring role in the gallery.
Children explore original artworks, experiment with materials and create their own
stellar works of art. Advance booking is required and the gallery provides all
materials. There are both free and paid activities available for all ages. Visit
aucklandartgallery.com for more information.
Salsa night, try music and
dance from Coco, an
dancer. Every Friday you
can enjoy salsa lessons,
8pm till late. Atico Cocina,
19 Drake St. Free
Interested in home-schooling?, Come
along to the Auckland Home Educators
information evening for a relaxed,
informative session on January 15, 7pm-
9pm in Greenlane. The venue confirmed
with registration. Email
email@example.com or visit
Lily show, the Auckland Lily Society is
holding its summer show on January 19
and 20 at the Auckland Horticultural
Centre, 990 Great North Rd, Western
Springs. Meet the growers of fine lillies and
learn how to get the best out of your bulbs.
Trading table and raffle. Open Saturday
11am till 4pm and Sunday, 10am till
3.30pm. Gold coin entry.
Tai chi classes, free two-week intro
classes for people 50+. Learn tai chi
postures for balance and posture
alignment, as well as breathing exercises
for health and stress relief. Venues at Grey
Lynn, Mt Eden and Blockhouse Bay.
Register now to be included in next intake
beginning January 21. Phone 816 8649 or
Classic comedy, Late and Live featuring 4
or 5 live pro-comedians from 10.30pm
every Friday and Saturday night. The
Classic Comedy Club, Queen St. R18. $15
City Farmers Market, local growers,
farmers and artisan food producers sell
their wares from the centre of Auckland's
Britomart precinct. Pick up a fresh coffee
and some hand-made pastries on site and
peruse the selection. Saturdays 8.30am till
12.30pm, cnr Galway and Gore streets.
Communicare Auckland, runs friendly
centres for elderly and disabled people
which offer activities and friendship every
Monday, 9.30am till 1pm at the Baptist
Church Hall, corner Symonds St and Erson
Ave. Morning tea and light lunch served for
$5 a day. Volunteer helpers welcome.
Phone 631 5968.
Unitarian Church, Canoe of Souls
Unitarian Church meets every Saturday
from 5pm at the Body Positive House, 1/3
Poynton Tce. Phone Roger 826 4099.
Capoeira, classes develop strength,
flexibility, general fitness and confidence.
Held at St Colomba Church, 92 Surrey
Cres, Grey Lynn on Fridays, 6pm till
7.30pm. Phone 020 229 8002.
Debtors Anonymous, offers hope and
recovery for debtors, overspenders and
underearners. Meetings every Monday at
7.30pm in the Ponsonby Baptist hall on
the corner of Seymour St and Jervois Rd in
Menopause, Do you or does someone you
know suffer from the often debilitating
symptoms of Menopause? Roughly 70 per
cent of all women between the ages of 40
and 55 experience menopause symptoms.
The NZ Menopause Support forum allows
you to seek support and advice not only
from other members, but also from our
New Zealand based Menopause experts.
Fertility NZ, supports and provides
information and understanding for New
Zealanders experiencing fertility problems,
whether having difficulties getting or
staying pregnant. For information about
support groups in your area phone
0800 333 306.
Sexaholic?, S-Anon is a 12-step fellowship
dedicated to helping those affected by the
sexual addiction of a family member or
friend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign language, Auckland Deaf Society is
holding a range of New Zealand Sign
Language classes and workshops, to suit
all levels of experience for adults and
families. Daytime and evening class
options available. Experienced tutors are
NZSLTA registered and have Deaf Studies
Certificate. Four different classes for varied
levels, as well as a family class and a
coffee club. Email Grace Covey on
Avondale Garden Club, Meets on the
fourth Monday of each month at 10.30am
in the Avondale Baptist Church hall, corner
Blockhouse Bay and Great North roads.
There is a trading table and we also run
good trips. Phone Noeline 827 8118.
Let's Speak About Death, Group meets
once a fortnight at Grey Lynn Community
Centre, 510 Richmond Rd, to share ideas,
texts, tapes and to face the fear
surrounding death. Phone 361 3085.
Ladies dinner club, Friendly group meets
every six weeks for dinner, entertainment
and lots of laughs. Phone Jo 376 0111.
Spanish conversation coffee club, Join us
every Thursday, 1.30pm till 3pm at the
Pioneer Women's and Ellen Melville hall, 2
Freyberg Pl to practice your Spanish.
Materials provided, cost $10. Phone
Dance Mobility for the over-65s, Held
10am till 11.30am, St Lukes Hall, 704
New North Rd. Dance as an alternative to
other exercise programmes, with research
to show dance helps improve balance and
coordination. A great way to stay active
with a group. No dance experience
necessary. Cost $5.50 or $50 for 10
classes (includes a cup of tea). Phone
Felicity 021 948 646.
St Kevins Arcade Market Days, every
Sunday during December, 10am-4pm. St
Kevins Arcade, 183 Karangahape Rd.
Vintage, food, vegan cakes, Crown Lynn,
books, fabrics, designer wear, gifts and
Chair yoga, held at Grey Lynn Community
Centre every Thurs 11am till noon. Suitable
for everyone -- those in older age group or
with restrictions, or anyone looking for
something with a difference. Breathe,
stretch, strengthen. Phone 376 5408.
Dancers wanted, Measina Dance Group
are looking for Samoan female dancers,
aged 18 to 25 years. Must have Samoan
dance experience and not currently part of
a dance group. Committed individuals
please. Phone 021 207 2910 or email
email@example.com for an
Pt Chevalier Lions Club, is looking for new
members. If you have some free time and
would like to help the Pt Chevalier
community please phone Rob 846 4783 or
Ali 623 3293.
Auckland Seido Karate, Adult beginners
courses -- first four classes are free. Held
Mondays from 6pm, Thursdays from 6pm
and Saturdays from 10am at 25 Taylors
Rd, Morningside. Phone 845 2070.
Social group, for single, unattached 60
plus. Established group that enjoys home
dinners, live theatre, musicals, shows,
ferry trips, dancing and more. We cover the
Auckland area. Phone Yvonne 534 2732.
Car boot sale, last Sunday of the month,
8.30am till 11.30am, RSC car park,
Francis St, Grey Lynn. Visit
Satyananda Yoga, at Manipura Yoga
Centre 19 Formby Ave, Pt Chevalier.
Monday yoga classes, 6pm till 7.30pm, are
just $5. Visit manipurayogacentre.co.nz.
Communication seminars, finding some
people a challenge? Get a taste of an
efficient, practical and simple way to
connection, mutual understanding and
solutions that works for all. Ph 827 0545.
Welcome to Looking Back -- a spread of
historic photos generously donated by the
Sir George Grey Special Collections,
Auckland Libraries. For more information
go to aucklandlibraries.govt.nz.
Mount view: This photo was taken looking west from Mount St
across the harbour and shows Albert Park to the left, Princes St in
the right foreground, running past Auckland University in the left of
the background. The Central Police Station is on the right. It was
taken on October 20, 1926. Photo: HENRY WINKELMANN REF: 1-W746 Up high: This photo was taken on March 21, 1904, from the ship Thornliebank. It is looking south across the city to Mt Eden, and shows
the Devonport Steam Ferry Company, Queen St Wharf, Queen St and Quay St.
Photo: HENRY WINKELMANN REF: 1-W1101
Library image: The Grey Lynn Public Library is shown in this photo taken on September 7, 1925.
Photo: HENRY WINKELMANN REF: 1-W608
shows a crowd
Office during the
from the Ferry
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