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Keep notices brief, mentioning
the event, venue, date, time and
If you have a photo of your club
we'd love to see it.
Fax your details to: 630 5432,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write
to: Community Notices, Private
Bag 56910, Dominion Rd, Mt
Eden, Auckland 1446.
Preference will be given to
local, free, community and
Organics talk in Western Springs
Organic NZ, the Auckland branch of the Soil & Health Association next meets on
August 20 from 7.30pm at the Horticultural Halls, 990 Great North Rd, Western
Springs. Rob Velseboea will talk about heirloom organics, seed saving and
companion planting. Trading table. Cover charge $2. Contact Ian on 298 8693
or 027 608 9359.
Photo: ADRIAN MALLOCH
Healing Association, healthy
nutrition is the topic at the NZ
Healing Association seminar
on August 17, 6.30pm-
9.30pm at the Horticultural
Hall, 990 Gt North Rd. Contact
Julian 021 206 8759 or Sue
Poetry Central, Auckland Libraries, the NZ
Electronic Poetry Centre and Auckland
University Press, are celebrating NZEPC's
12th birthday with readings by New
Zealand poets. Tonight from 5.30pm at
Central City Library Level 2, 44-46 Lorne
St. Free event.
Forest & Bird bus trip, visit Eden Gardens
and Auckland Domain on August 17. Take
a picnic lunch or buy at the gardens. $21
covers travel and entrance fee. Dress for
the weather. Pick up points North Shore,
Lower Albert St, City and Harp of Erin.
Contact Lou 376 4072.
Clan Campbell Ceilidh, August 18 from
12.30pm at Fairdale House, 830 New
North Rd, Mt Albert. Good company, lively
entertainment, hearty lunch. Please bring a
plate of food and $5 to cover hall
expenses. Contact Malcolm 634 2219.
Marimba concert, internationally known
marimba player Yoshiko Tsuruta is the
soloist with St Matthew's Chamber
Orchestra at St Matthew-in-the-City Church
on August 18 from 2.30pm. She will play
the famous Marimba Concerto by French
composer Emmanuel Sejourne. Other
works on the programme are the Drysdale
Overture by Douglas Lilburn and Brahms
symphony No 2. Conductor is Justuz
Bodylight, a two-hour workshop run by
Edna Levy and combines elements from
yoga, pilates and qi-gong. It is open to all
ladies (particularly those who have issues
stemming from post breast cancer
surgery). August 24, 10am-noon, at
Domain Lodge, Cancer Society, 1 Boyle
Cres, Grafton. $25 pp. Bookings essential.
Contact email@example.com or 636 7040.
Pt Chevalier Sunshine Club, is holding its
monthly bus trip on August 28. Departs Pt
Chevalier for Kaiua at 9.15am. Return
approx 3pm. Cost is $30 for bus and a fish
lunch. Contact 846 1512.
Golf croquet, join a fun afternoon at Mt
Albert Croquet Club, 50 Lloyd Ave on
September 1 at 2pm. The friendly club
members will show you the basics of golf
croquet. All equipment provided, afternoon
tea supplied. Contact Martin
027 279 2410.
Asian network meeting, The Asian
Network Inc is holding its general network
meeting on September 4, 10am-12pm, at
the Mt Albert War Memorial Hall. The
theme is collectively and culturally
appropriate initiatives on child and
maternal health. Free entry.
Grey Lynn Community Choir, Open to all
with no auditions. Sopranos, tenors and
basses are especially welcome.
Rehearsals every Monday from 7.45pm-
9.15pm during school terms at the Grey
Lynn Community Centre. $10 a week or
$80 a term. Contact Philip on
027 217 9911 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dancers wanted, Measina Dance Group is
looking for Samoan female dancers, aged
18-25 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 and Thursdays from 6pm,
Saturdays from 10am. 25 Taylors Rd,
Morningside. Contact 845 2070.
Car boot sale, last Sunday of the month,
8.30am-11.30am, RSC carpark, Francis
St, Grey Lynn. Visit greylynn2030.co.nz.
Shine, Safer Homes in NZ Everyday, needs
volunteers to join its after hours call-out
advocacy team. Make a difference in the
lives of children and adult victims of
domestic violence. Full training given.
Phone 815 4601 xtn 813.
Overeaters Anonymous, Does food control
your life? Do you overeat, binge, purge or
starve, even if you don't want to? Do you
constantly diet and still not lose weight?
We can help. Phone 376 3068.
Herb group, the Central Herb Society meet
every third Wednesday of the month at
10am. A friendly group with excellent guest
speakers. Meeting is held at the
Horticultural Headquarters, 990 Great
North Rd. Phone Jan 378 6685.
Pt Chevalier Croquet Club, try this
challenging and stimulating game at our
friendly club, 25 Dignan St, Pt Chevalier.
Free coaching for association and golf
croquet. Phone Kim 416 7700 for more
Walking meditation, chanting ''Amitofo'' in
a relaxed manner can help people who are
suffering from all sorts of stress. Saturdays
9.30am-noon and Sundays 1.30pm-4pm.
35 Wilkinson Rd, Ellerslie. Free of charge.
* Made and Found, every first Saturday of
the month in the Grey Lynn library hall. New
stallholders every month. Handmade
crafts, recycled goods, vintage retro goods,
handmade cakes, coffee, kids corner and
music by guest DJs.
* Grey Lynn Farmers Market, every
Sunday from 9am-12.30pm at the Grey
Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Rd
and the last Sunday of the month at the
Grey Lynn Neighbourhood Law Office
carpark, 449 Richmond Rd. 100%
community owned and operated market
providing fresh locally grown produce and
* Grafton Community Market, Saturdays
10am-3pm, 136 Grafton Rd. Crafts, food
and unique products. Phone 021 340 341.
Food stall, European style baked goods:
pies, strudels, slices, breads and much
more. First Saturday of the month, 9am-
1pm at the Serbian Orthodox Church, 315
Pt Chevalier Rd, Pt Chevalier.
Shamrock Fishing Club, monthly trips on
the east and west coast. Experienced and
novice fishers can join the new season.
Assistance given. Join a group of keen
fishing people and have fun. Email the
Performing arts, courses for adults at
TAPAC including ballet, voice, acting, mojo
cabaret, contemporary, women's
confidence acting. Phone 845 0295 or visit
Toughlove Auckland, runs support groups
for parents experiencing unacceptable
teenage behaviour. Phone 624 4363.
Guitar Club, Meet other guitarists to jam
and discuss gear. GANZ meets every
Wednesday from 7.30pm at the Ponsonby
Cruising Club, Westhaven Drive. All styles
and abilities welcome. Phone Dennis
021 419 890.
Dance mobility, for the over 65s. Mondays
10am at St Lukes hall; Thursdays
10.30am at City Dance; Fridays 2pm at
TAPAC. Phone Susan 849 5042, 021
206 1835 or email
Hypnotherapy, intend to quit smoking or
lose weight etc with hypnotherapy? Want to
know how it works? Try a taster. Free Friday
night weekly talks 7pm-8pm at Mt Eden
Village Community Hall. Phone Virginia 022
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SOLUTION TO W070
Tua after knockout
Tough guy: David Tua is taking on Russian boxer Alexander Ustinov.
Is David Tua ready to
take on the two-metre
tall Russian Alexander
Ustinov on November 16
Boxing fans will have
the chance to find out
when the 40 year-old
heavyweight fronts up to
meet his fans at the
Mangere Mad Butcher
store on August 19.
And they'll get the
chance to win double tic-
kets to the bout.
Tua is determined to
make a statement at the
fight with a knockout
win and has been train-
ing hard over the last
few weeks under Lee
I'm going for a good
win,'' he says. If that
opportunity opens up I'm
going to take it.''
Vivaldi all on woodwind
Performing all four of
composer Vivaldi's iconic
Four Seasons concertos
is a mean feat in itself,
let alone playing each
solo part entirely on
Peter Scholes will be
doing just that when he
by the orchestra's string
section on Sunday.
virtuoso will forgo the
traditional standard solo
violin to perform the
concertos with clarinets,
recorders. The 90-minute
concert will be held from
5pm at the Raye Freed-
man Arts Centre, corner
of Silver Rd and Gillies
Go to iticket.co.nz for
tickets and more
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