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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, 2pm-4pm, Bal­moral Bap­tist Church, cnr Do­min­ion Road and Queens Ave, Bal­moral. Gold coin do­na­tion. Please reg­is­ter with Mar­garet, email redl­izzie@hot­mail.co.nz 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, 12.30pm1.30pm at Welles­ley 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, profit 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 Rd, Ep­som. Tick­ets $50. See bit.ly/wal­laceart­strust.org.nz or email ran­nock@wal­lace art­strust.org.nz or phone 027 472 3669 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. Barnar­dos Par­ent­ing through Sep­a­ra­tion Pro­gramme, free. 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 con­tact Lesley on 625 3687. Free Mind Body Well­ness Work­shop, in­cludes in­sight into the na­ture of the mind, breath­ing tech­niques, deep guided med­i­ta­tion. May 25, 7.15pm-8.15pm. At Art Of Living Cen­tre, 93 Lans­ford Cres, Avon­dale. Pr­ereg­is­tra­tion es­sen­tial. Con­tact Seema on 021 073 3970 or seemalathker@gmail.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 kevin@speech­works.co.nz 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 MP 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.

Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 740 San­dring­ham Rd Extn, Mt Roskill.

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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