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The Ep­som Herb Group, will meet on May 14 at 10am at the Ep­som Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 200 Gil­lies Ave, Ep­som. Speaker is Kath­rina Muller who will talk on biose­cu­rity of New Zealand’s bor­ders. Herb of the month is tanekaha. Con­tact Jane 630 3076. Probus Club of Eden-Ep­som, wel­comes all vis­i­tors and new mem­bers. We meet ev­ery sec­ond Thurs­day of the month at Greyfri­ars Church Hall, 544 Mt Eden Rd, 10am-noon. Next meet­ing is the May 14 when our speaker is Ja­son Gof­fin from the Fire Ser­vice. Morn­ing tea pro­vided. Come and join us and en­joy fun, fel­low­ship in­ter­est­ing speak­ers and club out­ings. For fur­ther de­tails call Joan 625 5656. Three Kings Toast­mas­ters, Im­prove your con­fi­dence to speak and present in public. We meet ev­ery sec­ond Thurs­day from 7pm-9.30pm at the Fick­ling Cen­tre, 546 Mt Al­bert Rd, be­low the li­brary build­ing. Lots of free park­ing and a fab­u­lous com­pli­men­tary buf­fet for all. Next meet­ing May 14. Con­tact Kevin Prohl at 0274 933 186, email kevin@speech­works.co.nz or just pop along and join in the fun on the night. UFOs and their Spir­i­tual Mission, free mul­ti­me­dia pre­sen­ta­tion by Share In­ter­na­tional NZ, May 16, 7pm-9pm, Mt Eden Vil­lage Cen­tre, 449 Mt Eden Rd, all wel­come. Phone 021 079 9980. Cof­fee morn­ing, come and have a cof­fee with Na­tional Party List MP Dr Par­m­jeet Par­mar and Botany MP JamiLee Ross on May 16, 11am in The Tulip Cafe, 8 Carr Rd, Mt Roskill. Chil­dren’s sto­ry­book yoga, May 16 and June 13. From 11am-11.30am, for 5-8 years. From noon-12.30pm, 9-14 years. Parental in­volve­ment en­cour­aged. Bookings es­sen­tial. At the band ro­tunda, Corn­wall Park. Join yoga in­struc­tor Nata­sya Yu­soff for a fun work­shop, weave a story with yoga. Make your body a bean, a tree, even a mouse. Ph 630 8485 or see corn­wall­park.co.nz for more in­for­ma­tion. Po­etry, mu­sic, pip­ing and song. The Rob­bie Burns As­so­ci­a­tion in­vites one and all to a friendly af­ter­noon, May 16 2pm-4pm at the Ma­sonic Cen­tre, 59 Grey St, One­hunga. In­quiries phone Janet Wil­liamson 376 4448. BHB Quil­ters’ Cir­cle, Block­house Bay Quil­ters’ Cir­cle meets on the third Satur­day af­ter­noon of the month in the Com­mu­nity Room, un­der­neath the Church of the Saviour, Hea­phy St, Block­house Bay. Car park on Kin­ross St. Next meet­ing May 16, 1pm-4pm, $2 koha. The cir­cle mem­bers will be bring­ing a 121⁄ inch square in pink tones to be quilted and sewn to­gether to make a quilt as a Breast Can­cer Re­search Fundrais­ing ef­fort. Con­tact Mary 820 4421, or Nicky 627 5864. New Lynn Li­ons Mon­ster $1 book sale, 8am-4pm, May 16. We have thou­sands of new and sec­ond-hand books all for only $1 each. See our se­lec­tion of CDs, videos, records toys and mag­a­zines. We will take your old books if they are in good con­di­tion. All pro­ceeds go to lo­cal char­i­ties. St Thomas School Book & DVD Fair Fundraiser, May 17, 9am-1pm in the school hall, Cor­ner of Al­lum St and Ko­hi­marama Rd. Good qual­ity used books can be dropped off be­fore May 17 to the school of­fice dur­ing of­fice hours. Em­broi­der­ers and Lace­mak­ers Guild, meets first and third Sun­day of the month (May 17, June 7) at 39 Fair­fax Ave, Pen­rose, from 10am3pm. Bring your own project to work on. Work­shops, dis­plays and spe­cial events held pe­ri­od­i­cally. All lev­els are wel­come. For more in­for­ma­tion phone Karin 521 2757. The Fair, May 17, 9.30am2pm at Block­house Bay Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 524 Block­house Bay Rd, Block­house Bay. Large col­lec­tion of an­tiques, col­lecta­bles and me­mora­bilia plus a sep­a­rate sec­tion de­voted to crafts. En­try is $2 per adult, chil­dren free. Pro­ceeds to up­keep of Ar­manasco House, Block­house Bay main street. Con­tact Sue on 445 1227 or hy­at­tfam@xtra.co.nz for more in­for­ma­tion.

To be in­cluded, con­tact us at least two weeks be­fore your event is due to take place. Fax your de­tails to: 909 6802, email: edcl@snl.co.nz or write to: What’s On, Cen­tral Leader, PO Box 6341, Welles­ley St, Auck­land 1141. Pref­er­ence will be given to lo­cal, free, com­mu­nity and char­ity events.

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