Central Leader : January 11th 2012
www.centralleader.co.nz 7 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 11, 2012 NEWS Roads of national significance Causeway trial begins Testing work is starting on the causeway alongside the Northwestern Motorway. You will see machinery and large cranes when driving citybound along the motorway, between Rosebank/Patiki Road and Great North Road. Please drive with care and keep pace with regular traffic speeds. For more information, visit www.nzta.govt.nz/wrr or call 09 969 9800. Follow us on: facebook.com/nztaakl twitter.com/nztaakl CT_01 Beginners Guide To Property Investing FREE training workshops If you want to get on the property ladder or want to begin to invest in property then NOW is the time to start Let us show you: • Why you need a retirement plan • How to buy your own home • How to build a rental property portfolio • Strategies to use if finance is a problem • Why NOW is a good time to start • Free events: North Shore, Greenlane & Manukau For FREE tickets to one of our events, Text "TICKET" to 244, or register at www.propertyapprentice.com/events.htm" or call us on 09 575 7736 Summer School Holiday Sessions Fun with the Sun JANUARY 16th - 27th 10am & 1pm on weekdays Includes a Planetarium show 'Heart of the Sun', arts and crafts session and model rocket launching Suits Children 5 -12 yrs $10 Child / $7 Adult Book now by calling 09 624 1246 or visit stardome.org.nz www.nzta.govt.nz/waterviewconnection o o o o twitter.com/wcnow Completing the Waterview Connection Waterview Connection Works underway in Alan Wood Reserve FREEPHONE 0508 TUNNEL (886635) Reserve access is still available from Hendon Ave. For your own safety, please do not enter any fenced-o sections and be mindful of extra truck movements in the area. Th nk you o you i nc nd coo ion. GUIDELINES To be included, contact us at least two weeks before your event is due to take place. 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 charity events. NOTICES Antique and Collectable Fair, January 22, 9.30am-2pm at the Blockhouse Bay Community Centre, 524 Blockhouse Bay Rd. Large variety of memorabilia. Entry $2, proceeds to the upkeep of Armanasco House. New stallholders welcome. Phone Sue 445-1227. Volunteers needed, The Ambury Park Centre for Riding Therapy is urgently seeking volunteers on any weekday for one to two hours assisting riders with disabilities. No horse experience needed, full training given. Phone Lee 634-0763. Home Education, The Ministry of Education in association with Auckland Home Educators Inc will hold a session to help parents obtain their Certificate of Exemption from Enrolment at a Registered School January 25, 6.45pm-9pm in Mt Eden. Pre- registration essential. Details at Auckland Home Educators on Facebook or The Exemption Process at eventfinder.co.nz. Crosspatchers Craft Group, meets every Friday at the St Davids in the Field Church, 9.30am-noon. Join a friendly group of ladies for cross stitch, patchwork and knitting. Assistance given if you are learning. Phone Jan 626-6396. Women's Dinner Club,The Epsom-Eden Women's Dinner Club meets at the Onehunga RSA on the corner of Mall and Princes streets on the first Wednesday evening of the month for dinner, friendship and guest speakers. New members welcome. Phone Alison 625-5319. Drop-in Centre, Everyone welcome to come along for a cuppa, chat, game of table tennis or pool and other activities at the Mt Albert Salvation Army Meeting House, 218 Mt Albert Rd, Sandringham. Drop-in held on Wednesdays, 10am-2pm. Phone 629-5063. Youth Rec Rave,atthe Lynfield Recreation centre Saturday nights, 7.30pm- 9.30pm. Basketball, table tennis, squash, latest music and more. Cost $3 per person. Phone 627-1642. Hearing Loss speakers, available to speak to groups on everything you need to know about hearing loss and how to come to terms with it. Phone Henrietta at the Hearing Association 524-9847. Croquet, Try an intriguing, fascinating sport which is not physically strenuous. Come along to Epsom Remuera Croquet Club, 259 Gillies Ave, Epsom for our club days on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9.30am. Phone Don 630-1311. Acromegaly Support Group,A new group to provide information and support to New Zealanders with acromegaly. If you or a family member has acromegaly phone Catherine 021-293-5506. Crafternoon tea, Held on the third Saturday of the month, 10am-2pm at the Trinity Methodist Church, 400 New North Rd, Kingsland. Children's clothes, toys, vintage, jewellery, cupcakes, breads, crochet and more. Garden club,MtAlbert Horticultural Society. Experienced and beginner gardeners are most welcome. Held on the first Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm at the Horticultural Headquarters, 990 Great North Rd. Phone Betty 626-6673. Computer course, Free adult classes on a range of subjects including internet, email, word and more. Wednesday 1pm- 3.30pm, Thursday and Saturdays, 10am-12.30pm. Held at the Wesley Community Centre, level 1, 740 Sandringham Rd, Mt Roskill. Phone 620-2090. Dances of universal peace, Simple joyful or meditative circle dances using sacred phrases, chants, song, sometimes just for fun. Held on the first and third Monday each month from 7.30pm, St Barnabas Church hall, corner Mt Eden and Bellevue roads. First time free. Adult tap, Tap dance classes for those aged 30-plus are on Thursdays from 10.45am- 11.45am at the Onehunga Community Centre. Learn tap routines and improve fitness to classic hits of the 70s and 80s. Phone Bev 624-3399. Shanti Niwas, Positive ageing day programmes are held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10am-2pm at 12 Spring St, Onehunga. All welcome. Badminton, The Mt Albert Badminton Club plays at the Mt Albert Recreation Centre on Tuesdays and Sundays at 7pm. Casual and competitive games for all ages. Phone Diane 846-6572. Shortland Street Toastmasters Club, meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the Vero Building, Shortland St, from 7am-8.20am. Learn to speak confidently, listen effectively and think on your feet. Email Graham Gunn email@example.com. Oldtime dancing,heldinthe Royal Oak Primary School hall, every Wednesday, 7.30pm. Home made supper provided. All welcome. Phone 636-6366.
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