Eastern Courier : November 17th 2010
10 EASTERN COURIER, NOVEMBER 17, 2010 NEWS Happening Waltz along the Blue Danube and enjoy the glitz and glamour of Vienna with Manukau Symphony Orchestra on December 4 and 5 at the TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre in Manukau City. Alluring, glittering, bewitching -- the concerts feature a potpourri of favourite opera arias and orchestral pieces, including Mozart s famous Queen of the Night aria, music from the opera Carmen, a Beethoven violin romance and Mozart rondo for piano and orchestra. December 4 7.30pm December 5 2.30pm VIENNA December 4 and 5 Looking for exciting events for the children next year? Receive your FREE COPY of the TelstraClear Pacific Schools Programme 2011 for live events, performances and learning activities outside the classroom! A perfect resource for parents and teachers. Get your copies online at www.pacific.org.nz or call (09) 9852392 today. Open this Friday, Saturday and Sunday 19th, 20th and 21st November, 10am to 2pm 37 Natzka Road, Anzac Bay, Ostend. 09 372 2820 www.waihekeretirementvillage.co.nz Waiheke Retirement Village is right on the water's edge at Anzac Bay. The village offers an independent retirement lifestyle with a range of top quality facilities within a relaxed and supportive community environment. You can experience coastal retirement living for yourself by visiting an open day this Friday, Saturday or Sunday between 10am and 2pm. We can give you a tour of the village and show you a selection of spacious and affordable villas priced from just $320,000. If you have a SuperGold Card or have an ARTA approved Senior Citizen ID Card you can travel for FREE on Fullers' ferries. And if you let us know before you travel we can arrange for someone to pick you up from the ferry terminal on Waiheke Island. energi _11288F CLUB HOUSE LOUNGE AND DINING ROOM • INDOOR HEATED SWIMMING POOL • SPA POOL • BILLIARDS • LIBRARY • PETANQUE TERRAIN • HAIRDRESSING SALON • 24 HOUR EMERGENCY CALL SYSTEM • COURTESY COACH • WORKSHOP Experience coastal retirement living for yourself this weekend 3134591AA LIMITED ENTRY ENROL NOW FOR 2011 Bachelor of Natural Medicine Diploma in Traditional Pasefika Healing 1st & 2nd year courses available by distance Visit our web site www.spcnt.ac.nz or phone 09 579 4997 8 Arthur St, Ellerslie 220 Universal Dr, Henderson Ph: 836 0029 ALL HOURS 79 Line Road, Glen Innes Ph: 521 3100 Family owned and operated MORRISON FUNERAL DIRECTORS OFFICE, CHAPEL & RECEPTION LOUNGES 2757835AA RULES What's on is published in the Eastern Courier on Wednesdays and www.easterncourier.co.nz to notify readers about meetings and events of non- profit organisations. Keep notices brief, mentioning the event, venue, time and contact number. Fax notices to What's On at: 265-1285. Email email@example.com. Post PO Box 76-400, Manukau 2013. The deadline is 4pm Thursday of the previous week. NOTICES Line dancing, For beginners to intermediate, Bucklands Beach War Memorial Hall, November 17, 7.30pm-9pm.Cost $3. Ph Natalie 273-3872 or 021-039-1560. Minerva Club, The final club luncheon is at Formosa, 11.45am, November 18, ph Linley 534-4667. Ladies Probus, The Howick club will be entertained by the Mt Roskill Men of Music Choir, 10am, November 19, St Andrew's Church Centre, cnr Vincent St and Ridge Rd. Ph Yvonne 533-1164. Community dance, Modern sequence, old time & new vogue, November 20, 7.30pm- 10.30pm, Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Rd, Pakuranga. $8 each includes afternoon tea. Ph Zena or Ken 278-7418. Disco, Auckland Joy Ministries disco for the intellectually impaired, 7pm-9pm, November 20, 56 Ranfurly Rd, Epsom. $5 plus a plate of food. Live DJ, no alcohol. Ph 818-3858. Poetry and song, Robbie Burns Association holds an afternoon of poetry, music, song and piping, November 20, 2pm-4pm, Masonic Lodge, Grey St, Onehunga. Ph Dave 576-5985. Bible study fellowship,A women's class at Inter- national Baptist Church, Dannemora Drive, 9.30am, November 22. Introduction for book of Isaiah in 2011. Ph Ada 535-1327 or Marsha 530-8938. Diabetes, The next meeting of the Diabetes Support Group in Botany is November 24. Ph Geoff 271-1034. Talking Point, A Christmas tradition is the topic of Christine Miles from Howick Historical Village, November 24, 10.15am, Pakuranga Library. The village will also have a display in the library window until December 6. Ph Karen 576-5269. Garden club, Flat Bush members meet 7.30pm, November 24, St Paul's Church, Chapel Rd. Guest speaker is Graeme Bakker, trading table, Christmas theme competition. Ph Jill 533-7947 or Pat 250-1447. Public speaking, Tongue- tied when speaking in public? Join Howick Toastmasters, fortnightly meetings, 7pm, Nixon Hall, Sale St. Visit the website howick.freetoasthost.info or ph Lucy 278-8375 or Alan 533-9349. Playgroup, Auckland East Parents Centre welcomes new parents and carers, Thursdays, St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Vincent St, Howick, 9.30am-11.30am. Activities for children and caregivers. Ph Kathryn 534-4314. Exercise, The Howick Health Programme group offers gentle exercises to music from a chair for the older person, every Monday during term time, 1pm-2pm, Fencible Lounge. Cost $2. Ph Margaret 276-6487. Migrant help, Auckland Regional Migrant Service offers a range of services for people new to New Zealand. Visit www.arms- mrc.org.nz or call the Manukau Resource Centre on 262-5981. The centre is at 2 Osterley Way, Level 1, Manukau city. Public speaking, A small, friendly group that meets in Howick offers training with proven and supportive methods. Contact Rob 535-6976 or Pat 533-9454 for details about Powertalk International. Leaders wanted, For all sections -- Pippins, Brownies, Guides and Ranger units. Ph Glenda on 533-3367. Trinity Tots, Music and morning tea for parents, caregivers and their children, Fridays, 10am- 11am, Trinity Methodist Church, 474 Pakuranga Rd, during term times. Sessions $3 a family. Ph Bex 530-9468 or Natalie 576-7652.
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