Auckland Central Aglow International, is holding a public meeting, 10am May 21. At Three Kings Congregational Church, 515 Mt Albert Rd, Mt Roskill. The speaker is Tricia Webb, a missionary in Brazil for many years. Lunch to follow. Ph 950 3040. Time Out For You, The Sounds Of Music. Ladies, come and join us for a fun entertaining afternoon with the Turner Sisters Trio. Enjoy a varied selection of music, including trios and solos and old favourites to sing along to. May 23, 2-4pm, Balmoral Baptist Church, cnr Dominion Rd and Queens Ave Balmoral. Gold coin donation. Please register with Margaret, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 625 9262. Students of ‘Skylark Vocals’ perform, free at Mt Roskill Library, May 23, 2pm-3pm. For NZ Music Month. Just Save It, a free event open to anyone who wants to learn more about their finances, budgeting, saving for a home and Kiwisaver. In association with ASB Bank. There will be $20 Pak n Save vouchers for the first 10 people to arrive and free entertainment for the kids. May 23, 12.30pm to 1.30pm at Wellesley Community Centre, 740 Sandringham Rd Extn, Mt Roskill. Children’s nature journal and art workshop, May 23, Cornwall Park Information Centre, 11am-1pm. Suitable for ages 5 and up. Parent supervision encouraged. Bookings essential. Create a shared artwork from leaves, twigs, seeds and other natural material outside in the park with artist and author Sandra Morris. Take your own creation home. Ph 630 8485 or see cornwallpark.co.nz for more information. An Evening with George Henare, a fundraiser for nonprofit Newmarket Stage Company in association with the James Wallace Trust. An evening’s entertainment with New Zealand arts laureate George Henare. Guest artists Helen Medlyn, Jennifer WardLealand and more. May 23 at Rannoch House, 77 Almorah Road, Epsom. Tickets $50. See bit.ly/wallaceartstrust.org.nz or email rannock@wallaceartstrust. org.nz or phone 027 4723 669 to book. Public talk, ‘‘The Myths behind the Case for Legal Assisted Suicide: An Atheist explains how legalisation reduces individual freedom and privacy’’ by Dr Kevin Yuill, University of Sunderland, UK. May 24, 8pm-9.30pm, Mt Albert Senior Citizens Hall, Mt Albert War Memorial Reserve, cnr New North Rd and Wairere Ave. Free entry, onsite parking, wheelchair access. An Afternoon at the Movies, May 24, 4.30pm, will feature toe tapping music from your favourite movies. At the Centennial Theatre at Auckland Grammar School, a great venue for the Auckland Wind Orchestra’s annual combined concert with the Auckland Youth Symphonic Band. The AYSB will perform their selection in the first half of the concert, and after the intermission the AWO will entertain you. Thanks to the support of The Lion Foundation, the concert is free. Go to eventfinder.co.nz/ 2015/an-afternoon-at-themovies/auckland/epsom to get your free ticket. Time Out Recorder Ensemble, performs for free at Mt Roskill Library for NZ Music Month. May 24, 2pm-3pm. Come along and enjoy the melodious tones of the garklein, descant (soprano), treble (alto), tenor, bass and contrabass recorders played in harmony. Free, Barnardos Parenting through Separation Programme. When parents separate the whole family is affected, so this Ministry of Justice approved programme helps parents focus on the needs of their children, so they can support them through the process and make the best possible contact arrangements. The sessions are run in small groups by experienced family workers and cover everything from how the Family Court works to how separation affects children. Run on the last Monday of each month (May 25) from 1pm-5pm at Barnardos, 72 Dominion Rd, Mt. Eden. To enrol or for further information Free Mind Body Wellness Workshop, includes insight into the nature of the mind, breathing techniques, deep guided meditation. May 25, 7.15pm-08.15pm. At Art Of Living Centre, 93 Lansford Cres, Avondale. Preregistration essential. Contact Seema on 021 073 3970 or email@example.com to register or for more information. Annual General Meeting, Mt Eden Maungawhau Village Centre Society, May 27, 7.30pm at Mt Eden Village Centre. Corner Mt Eden Rd and Ngauruhoe Rd. Three Kings Toastmasters, improve your confidence to speak and present in public. Join our warm fun friendly exciting club and experience the Toastmasters world famous methods that will help you do so. We meet every second Thursday evening from 7pm to 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 meetings May 28 and June 11. Contact Kevin Prohl at 0274 933 186, email firstname.lastname@example.org or just pop along and join in the fun on the night. Auckland Grey Power Annual General Meeting, May 28, 1pm-1.45pm to be held in the Fickling Centre, 546 Mt Albert Rd, underneath the Mt Roskill library. Presentation by AnneMarie Coury, president, and election of new committee members. Doors open 12.30pm so you can pay fees and register to vote. Come and find out about our cheaper electricity deal for members. At 2pm, our guest speaker is Winston Peters. Members’ friends and neighbours and members of the public are all welcome. Refreshments follow, gold coin donation requested. All inquiries to Jens Meder ph 846 2525. Annual General Meeting, Mount Eden Maungawhau Village Center Society Inc. May 27, 7.30pm. The Village Centre, Corner Mt Eden Rd and Ngauruhoe St, Mt Eden. Onehunga Toastmasters, if you’re interested in improving your public speaking and leadership skills then Onehunga Toastmasters is the right place for you. A friendly, supportive environment with a great atmosphere. Come and see for yourself. We meet every second Wednesday, 7pm-9pm at the Onehunga Community House. Room 8, 83 Selwyn St, Onehunga. Upcoming meetings are May 27, June 10 and June 24. Simply turn up or contact Jim Walker on 021 274 6060 or visit our website http://onehunga.gen.nz.
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