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Thumbs Up Adventure Club, in­vites you to join us on May 30 for an ed­u­ca­tional and in­for­ma­tive guided vol­cano walk on Man­gere Moun­tain. Our guest ge­ol­o­gist will guide and ex­plain how a vol­cano is born and also ex­am­ine rock for­ma­tion. Con­tact Mike 0274 784 779. For past and fu­ture events on at the club check out our web­site, see tuac.co.nz. Mt Roskill Gram­mar School stu­dents, free per­for­mance at Mt Roskill Li­brary for NZ Mu­sic Month. May 30, 11.30am. En­gage, en­cour­age and en­joy the mu­sic played by our bud­ding mu­si­cians. Toast­mas­ters, would you like to gain con­fi­dence and learn speak­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills while hav­ing fun. We can help. Why not give it a try, come and join us. Fort­nightly meet­ings, next is June 2, 7.25pm to 9.30pm at Church Hall, 67 Vic­to­ria St, One­hunga. Email lance­maxwell@xtra.co.nz or phone Lance 028 241 4805 for more in­for­ma­tion on the club. An­nual Gen­eral meet­ing, NZ Cal­lig­ra­phers are hold­ing their AGM on June 2 at 6.30pm at Gif­ford Gallery, Poronui St, Mt Eden. All wel­come. In­quiries phone Rose 021 457 673. Golf cro­quet, come to our Open Day at Mt Al­bert Cro­quet Club, 50 Lloyd Ave, on June 7, 2pm or come any Satur­day at 10am or Wed­nes­day at 2pm and have a go at play­ing golf cro­quet. Morn­ing/af­ter­noon tea pro­vided and the first few vis­its are free. Ph Anne 626 7643 for more in­for­ma­tion. Po­etry and song, the Singers Club in­vite one and all to an en­joy­able evening of po­etry and song com­mem­o­rat­ing our World War I sol­diers. One­hunga Com­mu­nity House, 83 Sel­wyn Ave. June 7, 7.30pm9.30pm, $5.00 charge. Supper in­cluded. Phone Ash­ley 622 1737 for more in­for­ma­tion. Flo­ral art, have you al­ways wanted to cre­ate fab­u­lous de­signs with flow­ers and plant ma­te­rial? Come along to our Flo­ral Art Club at the Hor­ti­cul­tural Rooms, 990 Great North Rd, West­ern Springs. We of­fer work­shops, demon­stra­tions and the op­por­tu­nity to take part and en­joy flo­ral designing through­out the Auck­land area. Begin­ners and vis­i­tors are very wel­come. Our next club day is June 8. Con­tact Verna phone 817 7677 or email bvhar­till@gmail.com for more in­for­ma­tion on the club. 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 June 10 and June 24. Sim­ply turn up or con­tact Jim Walker on 021 274 6060 or visit our web­site http:/ /one­hunga.gen.nz for more in­for­ma­tion on the club. Auck­land Re­gional Mi­grant Ser­vices Char­i­ta­ble Trust (ARMS), is hold­ing an em­ploy­ment work­shop for new mi­grants on June 11 from 9.15am till 3pm at St He­liers Church and Com­mu­nity Cen­tre at 100 St He­liers Bay Rd. It will pro­vide guid­ance on writ­ing a CV and cover let­ter, per­form­ing well in a job in­ter­view and com­mu­ni­cat­ing in the New Zealand work­place. It is free for mi­grants that have been in New Zealand for less than two years and who hold a full work or res­i­dency visa. Con­tact ARMS on 625 2440 or email re­cep­tion@arms-mrc.org.nz for in­for­ma­tion. 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 Road, be­low the li­brary build­ing. Lots of free park­ing and a fab­u­lous com­pli­men­tary buf­fet for all. Next meet­ing 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. Chil­dren’s sto­ry­book yoga, 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. Speaker, June 16, 11 am-1pm at Block­house Bay Li­brary, 578 Block­house Bay Road, Block­house Bay. Come and hear Max Cryer talk about his new book.

sheds light on all things fe­line, from their phys­i­cal make-up to their unique habits and be­hav­iours, as well as their place in his­tory and the roles they have played in films, car­toons and lit­er­a­ture. The talk will start at 11am, to be fol­lowed by tea and bis­cuits and a chance to talk to the au­thor. Copies of the book will be avail­able for pur­chase.

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, PO Box 6341, Welles­ley St, Auck­land 1141. Pref­er­ence will be given to lo­cal, free, com­mu­nity and char­ity events.

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