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◗ - 9, The Trusts Secondary School Art Scholarships exhibition by 13 students; Street Gallery alongside the Main Gallery exhibition, Lopdell House.
◗ - 9, Celebrating International Year of the Forests, Wood for the Trees, a collection of exhibitions by John Lyall, Michael Shepherd, Russell Moses, Tanya Ruka and Derek March; Lopdell House.
◗ - 24, My corner of paradise, paintings by Irina Velman; West Coast Gallery.
◗ 1-27 Nov, new Art Post Studio exhibition, Dance; 624 Huia Road, Parau, 10 mins from Titirangi; open all weekends 10am-4pm, Thursdays 2pm til late; Phone Kym 811 8882.
◗ 4, Green Bay Creative Writers; 7.15pm; Green Bay Community House. Share your writing, get feedback, talk about books, laugh and learn. Contact Melanie@deutsch-in-aotearoa.net
◗ 6, The Tool Room; an evening of music; 8pm; tickets $15 at the Hardware Cafe, Titirangi.
◗ 6-30, Exhibition by ceramicist and sculptor Annie McIver at Upstairs Gallery; Lopdell House; 10am- 4.30pm daily; free entry.
◗ 8, Swale/rain garden planning and plant selection workshop; 10.30am-12.30pm; meet at Unitech, Building 40; $20.
◗ 8, Titirangi Folk Music Club Concert with guest artists The Remarkables, Neil Finlay, Bryan Christianson and Peter Parnham – bluegrass, country, swing. Floorsingers first half; 8pm; Beach Hall, Titirangi Beach Road; $8, members $5, under 18 free; Contact Shiree 817 7676.
◗ 8, Murder Mystery Night; 7.30pm; Waitemata Theatre, Corban Estate Arts Centre; phone 022 689 12212.
◗ 8, Metonymy artists perform their work and celebrate another year of Metonymy innovation; 7pm; The Church, Corban Estate Arts Centre.
◗ 9, French Market; 9am-1pm; French Bay Yacht Club, bottom of Otitori Bay Road, French Bay; More new stands. Contact Catherine 816 9224.
Waitakeres – From foothills to seashore
Photographs by Bernadette Fastnedge
Corban Estate Arts Centre October 15 & 16
◗ 9, On The Ball Community service, celebrating sporting success; 9.30am; Oratia Church, 622-624 West Coast Road, Oratia, phone 818 8344.
◗ 11, Create Your Own Eden workshop in New Lynn, a practical 3-hour course on conventional composting, bokashi fermentation and worm farms; 6-9pm; for venue and more information phone 482 1172 or email email@example.com
◗ 12, Trees in the urban environment with arborist
Gerald Collett; 6-9pm; Sustainable Living Centre; $15.
◗ 13, Portage Ceramic Awards Opening; Titirangi War Memorial Museum; 6pm; $40; 817 8087 x203.
◗ 14, The Tool Room with Frank, live acoustic 60s and 70s music, as seen on the sidewalks of New Zealand; 8pm; tickets $15 at the Hardware Cafe, Titirangi.
◗ 15, Lions Club of New Lynn $1 Charity Book Sale; 8am-4pm; at the Friendship Club, 3063 Great North Road, New Lynn (behind Frank Casey suit hire); To organise collection of books, phone Bob 817 4729.
◗ 15-16, Waitakeres – From Foothills to Seashore; student photographic exhibition by Bernadette Fastnedge, Corban Estate Art Centre.
◗ 15, Trees in the urban environment, Oakley Creek field trip; 9am-4pm; half day at Sustainable Living Centre, then field trip; $15.
◗ 15, Rhythm Centre presents a programme of African music workshops in association with the Titirangi Festival of Music; 9am to 4.30pm; Titirangi War Memorial Hall; $5 per workshop or $20 for the day. Phone 817 3644.
◗ 16, New Energy Fare – free eco and wellness event, over 35 stalls, kids art zone, free workshops, laughter yoga, shakti dance, soul singing and much more; 10am-3pm; Titirangi War Memorial Hall.
◗ 16, Waitakere Ladies Choir Concert in the Bay; 2.30pm; Blockhouse Bay Community Centre; Tickets $20 and $15 concession; Bookings phone Marie 817 5773.
◗ 18, Green Bay Creative Writers meeting; 7.15pm; Green Bay Community House; Contact Melanie@deutsch-in-aotearoa.net
◗ 22, Organic pest and disease management
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7am–4:30pm
521 South Titirangi Road Ph 817 9790
Buy one coffee and get one free! (of equal size/value)
Offer valid for the month of October 2011
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME 10th to 21st October
Spring is here so come and share out trips to Butterfly Creek, Treasure Island, the theatre to see Jack and the Giant, Action
World and Skate Land. Also: making Hawaiian pizza, having a camp day with damper bread, Milo and marshmallows, making calico stencil crafts. Last day Disco with shared lunch and BBQ
or ring 817 7448 for more information
GLEN EDEN RSA
Wednesday Nights – Salsa & Latin Dance Lessons Thursday Nights – Housie at 7.30pm
ALL NEW QUIZ NIGHT, WEDNESDAYS at 7.00pm. FREE ENTRY Fri 7th Oct Meya+One
Fri 14th Oct Black Rose Fri 21st Oct Creme Brulei Fri 28th Oct Kipi Dean
ALL 48 RUGBY GAMES LIVE ON OUR BIG SCREEN TVs 23rd Oct –Pre-match entertainment from 6pm with Kipi Dean
THE PACIFIC STAR BISTRO – $7 Lunches, $10 Earlybird dinner, $15 Carvery, $12 Sunday Roast DINE FREE ON YOUR BIRTHDAY (ID required)
Instant Membership – No More Waiting. Phone 818 4218 or visit www.glenedenrsa.co.nz
or see our FACEBOOK page for daily updates
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