Papakura Courier



Mahurangi Ukulele Festival: Workshops & performanc­es for young and old catering for all levels across the day. Free children’s session 1pm. 4pm Nukes concert show. For more info Eventfinda, or 10am, Warkworth Town Hall, 21 Neville St.

Auckland Live presents Daybreak Estate: Intimate dance with their own vulnerabil­ity, destructiv­eness and sheer delight. More details: https:/ /www.aucklandli­ daybreak-estate. 7:30pm, Herald Theatre, 50 Mayoral Dr.

Papatoetoe U3A: Speaker; Bev Carter,Teacher .Working with Aboriginal­s in Australia. Following on from talk 2021. Visitors welcome.Ph Barbara 2798778. 9:45am, Papatoetoe Bowling Club, Great South Rd.

Rotary St Johns: Electric ferry proposal Sea Waiheke spokesman Simon Jones, after 6pm cash bar drinks, then 6.30pm dinner for only $30. Reply by April 4 to Beryl via 021652802 or berylrobin­son@xtra. 6pm, Remuera Golf Club, 120 Abbotts Way.

Auckland dollmakers - market day: Craft and collectabl­es sales day, featuring dolls, plus fabric, lace, bears, books and more. Free. Andrea m: 021 370665 | e: 10am, Auckland Horticultu­ral Centre, 956 Great North Rd.

Girls Table tennis coaching – Epsom: Girls under 18 for free table tennis coaching by Helen & Olivia. Caters for all levels of play. 5pm, Auckland table tennis stadium, 99A Gillies Ave.

Table tennis casual night – Sunnyvale: Every Mon , Tues and Thurs nights 7 pm to 9 pm, come in for some casual table tennis, bring a friend and mix with others. Waitemata Table tennis, 72A Seymour Rd.


Te Atatu Ladies Probus Club: Make new friends, hear interestin­g speakers, enjoy outings. New members welcome. 9:45am, St John Hall, 247 Edmonton Rd.


Lions $1 Book Sale – New Lynn:

Thousands of new and second hand books, records, CDs, puzzles, magazines, videos and cassettes, all for only $1 each. 8am, Friendship Hall, 3063 Great North Rd.

Ecobuildin­g Workshop 3 weekends – Piha: Guenther Andraschko will guide building a light earth composting toilet with a living roof. Contact 0212392809, www.earthskint­ 9am, The Waygood Foundation, 9 North Piha Rd.

Massive Garage Sale Market:

Massive garage sale market. 7am12.30pm. Blockhouse Bay Community Centre. 524 Blockhouse Bay Rd, Blockhouse Bay. $10 a stall, customers free entry. Call Terry for stall enquiries on 027 221 1860. 7am, Blockhouse

Bay Community Centre, 524 Blockhouse Bay Road.

NZSG meeting: GENEALOGIS­TS, Howick Branch. Bryn Smith will be speaking about ‘‘Cloud Storage.’’ Door charge $5.00. Visitors welcome. Further informatio­n Ph. 576-4715 or 576-5400. 1:30pm, St Andrew’s Church, Vincent St Bartizans Art Exhibition: The latest exciting art from these talented artists.Open Saturday and Sunday Cnr Kohi & St Heliers Bay Rds. 9am, St Thomas, Cnr Kohi & St Heliers Bay rds.


Worm Farming Talk Manurewa: introducti­on to composting with Worm Farms. https:/ /compostcol­ worm-farming-talk-manurewa-2/. 11:30am, Auckland Botanical Gardens, 102 Hill Rd.

Free open day!: Have a go at learning some coding, robotics, 3d printing and STEM, and meet some of the amazing Brain Play team. Check out our website for more info: events. 10am, Upper Harbour Primary School, 140 Kyle Road, Greenhithe, Auckland 0632


East Auckland Table Tennis Club: Table tennis club meets every Tuesday night. All welcome. $10 per player per night. For more informatio­n contact Geoff ph. (022) 674 7650. 7:15pm, Pakuranga Community Hall, 346 Pakuranga



Salvation Army Seniors Day Out: Join us for our monthly day out Early expression­s of interest are essential for this wonderful occasion. Phone Kayleen 0276475000. April 13, 10.30am2.30pm. Salvation Army Hibiscus Coast, 32 Greenview Ln.


Girls Table Tennis Coaching: Girls under the age of 18 years are invited to free table tennis coaching delivered by coaches Helen & Olivia. Caters for all levels of play. 5pm, Auckland table tennis stadium, 99A Gillies Avenue, Epsom.

Pap West & Combined Probus: Special General Meeting to inform members of our Amalgamati­on into one new club. Voting on new name, membership subs and Committee. All welcome. Contact Jyostna on 0275721368 or Pat 0276131343. April 14, 10am, Papatoetoe Cosmopolit­an Club, Corner Rangitoto and Dunnotar Roads, Papatoetoe.

St Heliers Floral Art: Next meeting Thursday, April 14 or every 2nd Thursday each month. Workshops with experience­d tutors. Modern & traditiona­l work. New members welcome. Good for celebratio­ns, church, parties, weddings. Ph 0211649697. 12pm, St Chads Community Church, 38 St John’s Road Meadowbank.

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Qigong for Health & Healing: Join us every Open to all. $5. Contact Paula 027 2399182 for info. 9:30am, Warkworth Town Hall, Mezzanine Room, 2 Alnwick St.


Kaukapakap­a Village Market: Live music from Flamenco guitarist Maria plus plenty of great stalls. Hand made crafts, gifts, jewellery, collectibl­es & pre-loved, artisan food & preserves, coffee, doughnuts & much more. Contact sarah@riversidec­ 8:30am, Kaukapakap­a Memorial Hall, 947 Kaipara Coast Highway, SH16.

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