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places to go GLEN EDEN RSA 9 Glendale Rd, Glen Eden


Friday Nights – Karaoke @ 8pm, Free Entry, Spot Prizes


Plus Sports on our Big Screen TVs & great quality meat raffles


NEW YEARS EVE – Dance and party the New Year in with MSG Band.


New Members & Visitors Welcome Benefit from our Loyalty Programme, Happy Hours, Membership Draws and more ...


Phone 818 4219, visit www.glenedenrsa.co.nz or see our Facebook page for daily updates.


Christmas Day


Buffet – Adults $40, Children under 13 $20, Under 5s free.


Clubrooms open 11am-3pm, Buffet served Noon-2pm. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL – TICKETS ON SALE AT THE BAR


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december


w – 2, They say ten thousand years, the imagery of protest by Amy Howden-Chapman; Te Uru. Phone 817 8087.


w – 7, Te Hau a Uru: A Message from the West, opening exhibition; Te Uru. Phone 817 8087.


w – 7, Takeshi Yasuda, this year’s Portage Ceramic Awards judge, presents an intimate selection of his own recent domestic ware; Te Uru. Phone 817 8087.


w – 14, Filtered, an exhibition by Leah Wilson; Ethos Cafe Gallery space, East West Organics, Portage Road, New Lynn.


w – February 8, The Portage Ceramic Awards 2014; Te Uru. Phone 817 8087.


w 3, Solar hot water workshop with Dr Eric Jansseune; Sustainable Living Centre; 6.30-8.30pm; $20. Phone 826 0555.


w 3 – January 11, Summer Days in the Wild West, paintings by Beck Wheeler; West Coast Gallery, Seaview Rd, Piha; Seven days, 10am-5pm. 812 8029 westcoastgallery.co.nz.


w 4, Social group for young adults with CFS/M.E. or Fibromyalgia; 1.30pm; Txt 021 295 1724 for venue.


w 4 – January 11, The Fabulous Summer Arts


Show – paintings, objects, jewellery, textiles, prints and more; Upstairs Art Gallery; 10am-4.30pm daily. Phone 817 4278.


w 5, Charity Knitting Group; St Andrew’s Hall, 8 Clayburn Road, Glen Eden; from 2.45pm. Phone: Debbie Penk 818 4449.


w 12, Settlers Film Club Christmas get-together; Oratia Settlers Hall, 569 West Coast Road, Oratia; $12, $10 Senior/Student, Free for under 14 yrs old with an adult. Contact Robin 818 2489.


w 13, Titirangi Folk Club Music Concert, with Conor and Swigger, Irish and English Songs for a great Christmas Concert,


Floorsingers first hall; Titirangi


Beach Hall, Titirangi Beach Road, Titirangi; 8pm; $8, Members $5, Under 18 free. Contact Ian 813 2305.


w 14, Titirangi Village Market; Titirangi War Memorial Hall, South Titirangi Road; 10am-2pm. Phone Tanya 814-1177


w 14, New Zealand Concerto Orchestra Christmas Concert; Old St Michael’s Church, Corban Estate Arts Centre; 5pm; Tickets $34/$24/$14 at door or Eventfinder. www.nzconcertorchestra.weebly.com.


w 17, Walking Waitakere – Upper Nihotupu Dam and Lake, easy grade; Meet at Upper Nihotupu car park on Piha Road; 9.50am; $5, registration essential. Contact Kay Lindley 827 6647 kaylindley@ xtra.co.nz.


w 19, Charity Knitting Group; St Andrew’s Hall, 8 Clayburn Road, Glen Eden; from 2.45pm. Friday 19 December. Phone: Debbie Penk 818 4449.


w 19 - January 23, 2015, Summer School 2015, an extensive range of


art-related


workshops; Corban Estate Arts Centre. Phone 838 4455.


St FranciS


anglican church titirangi


Come and enjoy a ‘faith’ lift for Christmas!


December 14th, 10am, 9 Lessons and Carols, a community event.


December 21st, 9:30am, Holy Communion


December 24th, 11:30pm, Midnight Communion carols and candles


December 25th, 9:30am, Holy Communion Christmas Day


Note our location behind the trees on the corner of Park Road and Titirangi Beach Road – where the tuis play.


Phone the Church Office 817 7300 st.francis@actrix.co.nz 18 The Fringe DECEMBER 2014 – JANUARY 2015 advertise with the fringe & get free web exposure classes and


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