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our place Holiday Activities at the Library


At Titirangi Library: Wednesday October 7, 10.30am, Fun Favourites and Squishy Circuits. Be inspired


to make a magical creature that lights up. Friday October 9, 10-11.30am, 3Doodler Workshop for ages 9 – 13. Bookings


required on 817-0011. Saturday October 10, 2pm, Poetry lovers are invited to drop in to the library to


hear great poetry and music. You can also share your own poetry. Saturday October 3 and Tuesday October 20 at 2pm, Literatea book and


conversations. For more details please check out our Facebook page on facebook.com/ TitirangiLibrary or drop into the library…we’d love to see you!


At Glen Eden Library: Thursday October 1, 10:30-11:30am, Special Robots Story Time and Craft. Enjoy a themed story time and make a special robot to take home. All ages welcome. Thursday October 1, 2-4pm, Gaming Day. (Younger children must be supervised.) Friday October 2, 10am-12pm, 3D Pendant and Key Ring Workshop. Try the


library’s new 3Doodler pens and make either a pendant or a key holder. Monday October 5, 10am-12pm, Makey Makey kits. Make any surface a touch pad and design a maze for the Sphero. Suitable for 8+ years. Monday October 5 and Tuesday October 6, 10am-12am and 2-4pm, Decorate a


reusable bag. (In conjunction with the Glen Eden Business Association.) Tuesday October 6, 10am-12pm, Stop Motion Movie Making. Learn the basics of film and animation using tablets. Suitable for 6+ years. Wednesday October 7, 10am – 12pm, Makerspace open day. Have a go at 3Doodling, electronics and much more. Suitable for all ages Friday October 9, 2-4pm, Gaming Day. (Younger children must be supervised.)


Arataki


Denis Stock of Glen Eden was the winner in LynnMall’s recent Crushed Car competition, winning a trip for two to the Gold Coast Castrol 600. Denis correctly identified the crushed car as a Honda Fit. 11,000 people entered the competition.


Blockhouse Bay man Philip Sampson tries out the $15,250 Harley Davidson motorbike he won in a competition at Mitre 10 Mega in New Lynn recently. With him are Kevin McKernan, store manager (left) and Craig Robinson from Auckland Harley Davidson.


Local Winners


Visitor Centre 5 km from Titirangi on Scenic Drive


• Walk or cycle from Titirangi to Arataki on the Beveridge Track


• Hear up to date advice on walks, tracks and beaches


• Enjoy the 360˚ views from the new elevated lookout


• Share the spectacular views, and NZ’s nature and history with visitors and friends


• For gifts choose from our selection of art, crafts, souvenirs and books on the West.


Early orthodontic assessment a wise investment


Arataki is your gateway to exploring the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park.


Phone: 09 817 0077 or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz


Dr Nitin Raniga, local member of the New Zealand Association of Orthodontists (NZAO), says the best age for your child to see a specialist is as soon as you notice a problem. “If you’re concerned, you defi nitely shouldn’t wait until your child has all their adult teeth, and you don’t need a referral from a dentist or dental therapist.”


Dr Nitin Raniga Orthodontist


BDS (Otago), DCInDent (Otago), MOrth RSCEd, MRACDS (Orth)


Summer hours: 9.00am – 5.00pm (7 days)


An orthodontist is a registered dentist who has gone on to complete an additional 2-3 years of fulltime postgraduate university education in specialist orthodontics. All members of the NZAO are trained in the appropriate use of the full range of available orthodontic appliances, and undertake continual study and professional development to stay on top of the latest trends and improvements in orthodontic treatment.


6 Exminster St, Blockhouse Bay Auckland 0600


Dr Raniga says early treatment by a specialist can reduce or occasionally


eliminate the need for more extensive treatment at a later age. “Orthodontists spend a great deal of their post graduate training studying facial growth and development,” says Dr Raniga. T ere is much less stigma around wearing braces and orthodontic appliances, compared with what parents may recall from their own childhood. “Teenagers will actually nag Mum and Dad for an appointment. Our children know the value of a beautiful, functional smile that will last them a lifetime, and they’re willing to put the work in now. If that’s not a wise investment, I don’t know what is.”


Phone (09) 627 3555 nitin@aucklandortho.co.nz www.aucklandortho.co.nz


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To ensure you’re receiving specialist advice, always look for the NZAO logo. For more information go to www.orthodontists.org.nz.


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