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■ Con­nect meet­ing — Ex­pe­ri­ences on the Camino de San­ti­ago

When: Thurs­day, Novem­ber 8, 1.30pm Where: Jireh Hall, St John’s Pres­by­te­rian Church, 608 Fred­er­ick Street, Hast­ings.

Info: Guest speaker prin­ci­pal of St Matthew’s School, Tim An­der­son, speak­ing about his ex­pe­ri­ences walk­ing Spain’s Camino de San­ti­ago. We will be pleased to pro­vide trans­port if that is needed. Con­nect gath­er­ings are for men and women in the 55+ age group, meet­ing monthly on the sec­ond Thurs­day of each month. Vis­i­tors wel­come. Phone 878 4724.

■ Con­cord Strings Con­cert with pi­anist Colleen Rae-Gerrard When: Sun­day, Novem­ber 11, 2.30pm Where: Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Have­lock North Info: El­gar, Mozart & Haydn. Door sales and tick­ets avail­able from So­phie 06 8771163.

■ Mac­u­lar De­gen­er­a­tion free sem­i­nar When: Sun­day, Novem­ber 11, 10.30am-12 noon

Where: East Pier Ho­tel, Ocean Suite, 50 Nel­son Quay, Ahuriri, Napier

Info: To reg­is­ter to at­tend this free sem­i­nar phone 0800 MACULA (622 852) or email

■ East ex­hi­bi­tion

When: Un­til Novem­ber 11

Where: Hast­ings City Art gallery, 201 East­bourne St, Hast­ings. There will also be work by two East artists on dis­play at MTG Hawke’s Bay in Napier, an ex­hi­bi­tion of EIT post­grad­u­ate hon­ours arts stu­dents at Kin­ross and Co Wool Store, off West Quay in Napier

Info: East is an ex­hi­bi­tion of works by 23 artists with con­nec­tions to Hawke’s Bay — from the in­ter­na­tion­ally-known to emerg­ing. In­for­ma­tion phone 06-871 5095.

■ Ar­mistice Day Ser­vice

When: Sun­day, Novem­ber 11, 10am - 2pm Where: St Matthew’s Church, 200 King St, Hast­ings

Info: Spe­cial ser­vice com­mem­o­rat­ing Ar­mistice Day, 10am and 2pm, with a gath­er­ing at the Memo­rial Cairn at 11am. Hast­ings Mu­sic So­ci­ety is hold­ing a con­cert in the church at 2pm. Phone 876 4958

■ Pub­lish­ers Book Expo Ca­reer or a vol­un­teer ac­tiv­ity of­fers some in­ter­est­ing new op­tions. Avoid mak­ing hasty de­ci­sions. Ro­mance is on the up­swing, but don’t try to sec­ond guess the love of your life.

TAU­RUS—April 21-May 22

The week finds you tak­ing a stand on a con­tro­ver­sial is­sue. Friends ben­e­fit from your sup­port and up­beat phi­los­o­phy. At work, ex­per­i­men­ta­tion can bring pos­i­tive re­sults.

GEMINI—May 23-June 21

Mix­ing with a stim­u­lat­ing group of peo­ple makes for an in­tel­lec­tu­ally stim­u­lat­ing week. Tempters - in­clud­ing yours - can be short on the week­end. Fi­nan­cial luck is pos­si­ble.

CAN­CER—June 22-July 22

First part of the week is filled with so­cial ac­tiv­ity, but af­ter the week­end the fo­cus is on a ma­jor new project. Im­por­tant al­lies come from un­ex­pected quar­ters.

LEO—July 23-Au­gust 22

Hunches pay off - so long as you don’t take them too se­ri­ously. Ex­pect to spend added time meet­ing with your ac­coun­tant or bal­anc­ing the bud­get. A chal­leng­ing job is on the hori­zon.

VIRGO—Au­gust 23-Septem­ber 22

Thurs­day-Satur­day the ac­cent is on le­gal or other ne­go­ti­a­tions. The week­end may find you im­mersed in a new hobby. Aim to clear up mis­un­der­stand­ings. Re­la­tion­ships greatly im­prove.

LI­BRA—Septem­ber 23-Oc­to­ber 22

You take on a peace­mak­ing role, es­pe­cially where fam­ily dis­agree­ments are con­cerned. If en­ter­ing a busi­ness part­ner­ship or shar­ing ex­penses, be sure all terms are un­der­stood.

SCOR­PIO—Oc­to­ber 23-Novem­ber 21

Self dis­ci­pline and pa­tience should lead to a key ac­com­plish­ment. Re­newed re­la­tion­ships are spot­lighted through the week­end. You may make an in­ter­est­ing con­tri­bu­tion to the arts.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS—Novem­ber 22-De­cem­ber 22

A com­mon­sense ap­proach is needed in most ar­eas. If plan­ning a diet, re­sist fads. Avoid snap de­ci­sions with re­gard to fi­nances and ca­reer. In ro­mance, spon­tane­ity is all im­por­tant.

CAPRI­CORN—De­cem­ber 23-Jan­uary 20

This is a good week to de­velop pro­fes­sional skills or to en­roll in an aca­demic pro­gramme. Self-dis­ci­pline is weak. Be es­pe­cially care­ful laz­ing around for too long.

AQUARIUS—Jan­uary 21-Fe­bru­ary 19

Branch­ing out is favoured. You may be sign­ing up for an un­fa­mil­iar course of study. Col­lect­ing money should be­come less dif­fi­cult. The week­end finds you catch­ing up on house­hold chores.

PISCES—Fe­bru­ary 20-March 20

A cul­tural week in which cre­ative writ­ing, mu­sic or paint­ing fig­ure promi­nently. The mon­ey­belt should be tight­ened. Re­sist ac­com­pa­ny­ing a friend on a shop­ping spree.


You are a born leader, an ad­ven­turer, and you’re burst­ing with imag­i­na­tive ideas. These traits can lead to ca­reer ex­pan­sion over the next few months. The key is to be more will­ing to adapt to your ideas. Be more gen­er­ous about shar­ing the lime­light. When: Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 14. Where: Have­lock North Li­brary.

Info: Tick­ets avail­able now.

■ Hast­ings Hear­ing Christ­mas high tea with spe­cial per­for­mance by the A’Capella Fel­las

When: Satur­day, Novem­ber 17, 1.30pm Where: Jireh Hall, St John’s Church, 608 Fred­er­ick St, Hast­ings

Info: Tick­ets $12 mem­bers, $15 non­mem­bers.












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