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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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.
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