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Play­group: term two spa­ces avail­able, Tues­day and Fri­day morn­ings. Bring your preschool­ers along. Each week we have a craft ac­tiv­ity, shared morn­ing tea and mu­sic ses­sion. $4 per fam­ily. Le­ices­ter Hall, Cor­ner Find­lay Street and Rams­gate Street. Toy li­brary: play is a child’s work and toys are the tools for play. We’ve got ev­ery­thing from LEGO, dres­sups, ride-ons, puz­zles, train sets and more. Come down and check us out. 10am-11am, St Peter Church, 7 Har­ri­son Road. Bad­minton club: runs ev­ery Thurs­day un­til the end of Novem­ber. Yearly fee of $70. Ca­sual is $5. 7.30pm - 9.30pm. Fur­ther info at: www.glen­dowieso­cial­bad­minton.org or phone Cas 0211489564. 21 Cross­field Rd. Probus Club: meets 10am on the first Fri­day of ev­ery month at the Glen­dowie Bowl­ing Club, Chelms­ford Ave. Men and women wel­come. Phone Don 5756 015 for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion. Read­ing for plea­sure: read­ing is good for you. The Glen Innes Li­brary Book Dis­cus­sion Group will look at why read­ing for plea­sure is good for all ages. Fun, friendly and in­for­ma­tive. Au­gust 16, 10.30am11.30am, Glen Innes Li­brary, 108 Line Road. Ho­toke: we are now tak­ing regis­tra­tions for our Term 3 arts classes and work­shops. Visit www.teoro.org.nz for de­tails or to reg­is­ter. Classes run un­til 23 Septem­ber. 3pm, Te Oro, 98 Line Rd. Lei Mak­ing: cel­e­brate Cook Is­land Lan­guage Week. Make a taviri ei or lei. Please bring real or fake flow­ers to make your own colour­ful head wear. Au­gust 1, 10am-12pm, Glen Innes Li­brary, 108 Line Road. Ti­vaivai quilt mak­ing: mem­bers of the Glen Innes Cook Is­land com­mu­nity will show how to cut out pat­terns and demon­strate tra­di­tional stitch­ing meth­ods. Cel­e­brate Cook Is­land Lan­guage week. All wel­come. Au­gust 2, 10am-12pm, Glen Innes Li­brary, 108 Line Road. Ngahuru: print­mak­ing stu­dio. Learn the in­taglio print tech­nique, ex­per­i­ment with line and mark mak­ing. 4.30pm- 6.30pm and runs for four weeks. 10-14 year-olds. Want to see your event on this page? Visit http://nbly.nz/ebc and fill out the on­line form with your event de­tails. Make sure you do this at least two weeks be­fore your event. In­clu­sion is at the ed­i­tor’s dis­cre­tion. www.teoro.org.nz to reg­is­ter. Te Oro, 98 Line Rd. Zumba Gold: the slowed down ver­sion of zumba which makes it suit­able for older in­di­vid­u­als or those new to zumba. Tues­day and Thurs­day, 1pm to 2pm. $5 per per­son. Ta­maki Re­cre­ation Cen­tre, 60 El­stree Ave. So­cial fut­sal: ev­ery Thurs­day night year round from 7pm at Ta­maki Re­cre­ation Cen­tre, El­stree Ave. Con­tact Mark at oneworld­fut­sal@ya­hoo.co.nz or 027 217 1918. Bucharest: am­bas­sador Nineta Bar­bulescu will talk of Ro­ma­nia’s re­la­tion­ships with the EU and the USA, in the con­text of Brexit and events in nearby Ukraine and Tur­key. July 31, 6pm-7.30pm, Lec­ture The­atre Old Gov­ern­ment House, Princes Street. Nu­clear dis­cus­sion: Treasa Dun­worth and Dr Lyn­don Bur­ford will dis­cuss the UN Treaty on the Pro­hi­bi­tion of Nu­clear Weapons, de­scrib­ing its his­tory and ne­go­ti­a­tion, and its likely ef­fect. Au­gust 2, 6pm-7.30pm, Lec­ture The­atre Old Gov­ern­ment House, Princes Street. Barre class: a fun high-in­ten­sity to­tal body work­out for strength­en­ing and ton­ing. Book­ings es­sen­tial. 10 classes from $160. Ca­sual rate avail­able. www.body­wisepi­lates.co.nz. 10.30am-11.30am, Ko­hi­marama Tennis Club, 30 Me­lane­sia Rd. Re­bus club: Ko­hi­marama Ladies Re­bus Club meets on the fourth Mon­day of each month. New Mem­bers wel­come. Good speak­ers, friendly group, morn­ing tea. Phone Sec­re­tary Fay Davis 3033560. 10am12pm, Ko­hi­marama Pres­by­te­rian Church, 34 Ko­hi­marama Road. Probus Club: visi­tors wel­come to hear good Speak­ers at East Auck­land Com­bined Probus Club meet­ings on sec­ond Mon­day. Fe­bru­ary-novem­ber at Ko­hi­marama Bowl­ing Club. 130 Me­lane­sia Rd. 10am-12noon. Phone Bill 5219954 Nigel 5211803. Au­gust 14, 10am12pm, 130 Me­lane­sia Rd. Ama­teur ra­dio: for all those with an in­ter­est in elec­tronic and ra­dio com­mu­ni­ca­tion, you are in­vited to visit ‘‘ZL1AA’’ clu­b­rooms ev­ery Saturday morn­ing, 400 St Johns Rd. We can help you at­tain a trans­mit­ting li­cense and learn the tricks of the trade. Phone 528 1177 for in­for­ma­tion. Zumba: 4.40pm Mon­days and 7.15pm Wed­nes­days. All wel­come, no ex­pe­ri­ence needed. Have fun in a sup­port­ive en­vi­ron­ment. Ditch the work­out, join the party. $10 a class. Phone 021 393169. Ta­hapa Cres­cent Com­mu­nity Hall, 22 Ta­hapa Cres­cent. Pi­lates: to suit all lev­els. Be­gin­ners wel­come. Runs ev­ery Mon­day at 9.30am and 10.35am. Call San­dra on 027 687 2071 for de­tails or to se­cure your spot on the mat. Mead­ow­bank Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, St Johns Rd. A course in mir­a­cles: study and sup­port group meets weekly in Mead­ow­bank. Phone or text Sa­muel on 021 0274 2502 for de­tails. Film festival: an op­por­tu­nity to see award win­ning Tai­wanese movies in New Zealand and meet the di­rec­tor. Con­tact Johnny Lee on 021 168 3421. July 28, 8pm July 29, 9pm, Sylvia Park, Mount Wellington High­way.

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