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AUGUST


◗ - 21, photographer Kathrin Simon’s exhibition, Kapa Haka – Close up Te Waka Huia; Lopdell House Gallery; Open 7 days, 10am–4.30pm; Free


◗ - 4 September, Re-made – The Assembled World of Peter Sauerbier, fantastic creatures and assembled objects having an outing; Corban Estate Arts Centre; 838 4455


◗ 6-25 September, Time, an Art Post Studio exhibition; 624 Huia Rd, Parau; Weekends 10am- 4pm, open late Thursday; contact Kim 811 8882


◗ 7, Meditative music and songs – concert with Sambodhi Prem and Sandipa; 4pm; the Soul Centre, 18 Huia Road; $10 two for one – bring a friend for free; phone 817 6054


◗ 7, Stress management the natural way with Dr Pooja Maddela; 10am-1pm; Titirangi War Memorial Hall; $150; phone 021 299 2513


◗ 7, Writers, Readers and Rogues series; Ian Mune reading from his book “Mune” and talking of his life as an actor and writer, as well as his new film, a documentary on Billy T James. John Yelash will share his recollections of James K. Baxter and read some of Baxter’s poetry. He’ll also read a selection of poems and stories of protests and prison life, with his mate Peter Williams QC; 2pm; Piha Surf Club; Tickets $20


◗ 10, Music Appreciation Series; French Art songs; The Studio, 36 St Leonards Road, Kelston; $6; phone Cyril 818 7645


◗ 11 – 4 September, Near And Far, a group exhibition by The Art Post Studio collective of Nicky Hartley, Marie McNeill, Leah Wilson, Kym Marsden Raz, Ursel Koppelman, Louise Taylor, Leonie Clapham and Eleanor Barker; Upstairs Gallery, Lopdell House


◗ 11, Acoustic duo, the MD’s; 8pm; The Tool Room, Titirangi Village; Tickets $15 from the Hardware Café


◗ 13, Titirangi Folk Music Club Concert, Guest artists Cloudstreet and Dynamic Australians in performances packed with humour and vitality, floor singers first half; Beach Hall, Titirangi Beach Road; 8pm; $8, Members $5, under 18 free; Contact Shiree 817 7676


◗ 13, Titirangi Rudolf Steiner Playgroup fund raiser; art auction, entertainment, raffle, dancing, music, supper; Titirangi Memorial Hall; 7.30pm- 11pm; $35 includes supper; Tickets available from trsstickets@gmail.com; phone 817 6221


◗ 13, Titirangi Mums’ Craft Market selling homemade articles for children and goodies for parents, traditional cake stall, face painter and coffee cart; 10am-2pm; Kaurilands School Hall; 109 Atkinson Road.


◗ 13, Urban edible garden series – creating a swale garden, harness water the natural way using native and edible plantings with Richard Main; 10.30am- 12.30pm; Building 40, Unitec; $20; More information Ecomatters, ph 826 4276


◗ 14, French Market; indoors 9am-1pm; French Bay Yacht Club, bottom of Otitori Road, Titirangi; phone Catherine 816 9224


◗ 14, Glen Eden Village Tidy Up as part of the city’s Rugby World Cup spruce up; 1-5pm; contact Gayle Marshall, 022 698 8536


◗ 17, Music Appreciation Series, Musical Theatre to 1930s; 1pm; The Studio, 36 St Leonards Road, Kelston; $6; phone Cyril 818 7645


◗ 19, An evening with Sarah McCombee; 8pm; The Tool Room, Titirangi Village; Tickets $15 from the Hardware Café


◗ 20, Lions Club of New Lynn charity book sale; 8am–4pm; the Friendship Club, 3063 Great North Road, New Lynn (behind Frank Casey suit hire); To organise collection of books phone Bob, 817 4729


◗ 20, Bamboo Workshop – making stylish structures with bamboo, with Mark Mortimer; 10.30am-12.30pm; $20; Sustainable Living Centre, ph 826 4276


◗ 20-21, Titirangi Painters Annual Exhibition; War Memorial Hall, Titirangi; 10.30am-4.30pm; Free.


◗ 20-22, The Gruffalo; children’s theatre featuring the adventures of a little mouse in a forest full of predators; Glen Eden Playhouse Theatre


◗ 24, Music Appreciation Series, Musical Theatre to the Present Day; 1pm; The Studio, 36 St Leonards Road, Kelston; $6; phone Cyril 818 7645


◗ 25-27, Going West Theatre Season, Raising The Titanics, - homage to the late, great Maori showbands of the 1960s; Glen Eden Playhouse.


◗ 26, Flaming Mud Cats; 8pm; The Tool Room, Titirangi Village; Tickets $15 from the Hardware Café


◗ 26, Word Up! 2011, tomorrow’s songwriters, rappers and poets; 7pm-10pm; $2; Corban Estate Arts Centre; 838 4455


◗ 26 – 9 October; Celebrating International Year of Forests. A collection of tree inspired exhibitions from


The Best of Thai


Restaurant & Takeaway Fully licensed & BYO Open Monday – Friday for Lunch and 7 days for Dinner


Ph: 827 8266


21 Aug The Art of Flow Yoga with Karla Brodie 27/28 Aug Deep Ecology 28 Aug Metta Meditation


3076 Great North Road, New Lynn


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Wednesday Nights – Salsa & Latin Dance Lessons Thursday Nights – Housie at 7.30pm


Fri 5th Aug Meya + One Fri 12th Aug Creme Brulei Fri 19th Aug Black Rose


Fri 26th Aug White Noise


THE PACIFIC STAR BISTRO – $7 Lunches, $10 Earlybird meals, $15 Carvery, $12 Sunday Roast DINE FREE ON YOUR BIRTHDAY (ID required)


2nd MID WINTER CHRISTMAS DINNER – Sat 20th August ENTERTAINMENT T.B.A. $20 adults – children 5 to 10yrs $1 per year – under 5’s free


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