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w – 3, ‘Ritual Rags, Ceremonial Cloth, Honouring the Invisible Realms’, eco printed textiles by Heidi Monks; East West Gallery, 34d Portage Rd, New Lynn; Free.
w – 7, Free six-week course introducing Nichiren Buddhism; Lopdell House Seminar Room, Level 1, 418 Titirangi Road; Every Wednesday, 7.15-8.30pm. facebook. com/chantnmrk.
w – 9, Titirangi Community House School Holiday Programme, Crafts, games, trips, disco/sausage sizzle, etc. Oscar approved. Visit www.titirangihouse.co.nz
or phone 817 7448.
w – 10, Happy Days directed by Pauline Vella; The Playhouse Theatre, Glen Eden. Phone 818 5751.
w – 18, Two Weavers, an exhibition by Anna Tibbutt and Marie Buchanan re-interpreting the practice of flatweave; West Coast Gallery, Seaview Road, Piha; Wednesday – Sunday, 10am-4pm. Phone 812 8029.
w – 8 November, HaaPoom (the Korean word for ‘yawn’, an exhibtion by Seung Yul Oh’s; Te Uru, 420 Titirangi Road. Phone 817 8087
w – 15 November, The Brain, an exhibition of video works presented within a sculptural installation by Paul Cullen; Te Uru, 420 Titirangi Road. Phone 817 8087.
w 1 – 11, Hearing Voices, an interactive installation, featuring local artists, real stories and experiential soundscapes; Upstairs Art Gallery. Phone 817 4278.
w 2, Charity knitting group, afternoon tea and trading table; St Andrew’s Hall, Clayburn Road, Glen Eden; 2.45pm. Phone Debbie Penk 818 4449.
w 2, Flicks: Women He’s Undressed (PG); Lopdell House Theatre; 8.15pm; Tickets $14 from Titirangi Pharmacy or on the door. Phone 818 2489.
w 2 – 11, 2015 Art, Sculpture & Photography Awards & Exhibition; Corban Estate Arts Centre. Phone 838 4455.
w 3 – November 30, Neil Hanna, an artist with a lifetime interest in collecting, cutting and carving stones, and Geoff Moon (OBE) a leading natural history author and photographer; Arataki Visitor Centre Gallery, Scenic Drive. Phone 817 077.
w 4, ‘The Pirates of Penzance’, The English National Opera in a live recording directed by Mike Leigh; Lopdell House Theatre; 2pm and 7pm; $12/$10/$7, tickets from Upstairs Gallery, Lopdell House. Phone 818 2489
w 5 – 9, Holiday Programme: Global Treasures, a range of mixed media workshops inspired by our ancient World, for children aged 6–12 years; Learning Centre, Te Uru, 420 Titirangi Road; 10–1pm; $35 per day. Phone 817 8087
w 10, BaramBaram a bubble-making event as part of Seung Yul Oh’s exhibition HaaPoom, bring your own bubble-makers for maximum fun; Rooftop Terrace, Lopdell House; 11am - 4pm. Phone 817 8087.
w 10, Titirangi Folk Music Club, guest artist Micheal Young, floor singers in first half; Titirangi Beach Hall, Titirangi Beach Road; 8pm; $8, members $5, under 18 free. Phone Ian 813 2305.
w 11, Spring Festival: A fun day for families with bouncy castle, sausage sizzle, plants for sale and entertainment; West Lynn Garden, 73 Parker Avenue, New Lynn; 10am-3pm; gold coin donation. Phone 827 7045.
w 14, Edible Spring Garden with Rob Velseboer;
EcoMatters, 1 Olympic Place, New Lynn; 6.30-8.30pm; $20. Bookings essential, phone 826 4276 ext 122.
w 16, Charity knitting group, afternoon tea and trading table; St Andrew’s Hall, Clayburn Road, Glen Eden; 2.45pm. Phone Debbie Penk 818 4449.
w 16, Settlers Film Club: Maiden Trip (PG); Settlers’ Hall, Oratia; 8pm; $12,$10 for seniors/students, Under 14 free. Phone bookings 09 818 2489.
w 17, Keeping Urban Chooks with Barbara Stumbles
and Angela Gibbons; EcoMatters, 1 Olympic Place, New Lynn; 10.30am-12.45pm; $25. Bookings essential, phone 826 4276 ext 122.
w 21 – November 29, Wood Art, an exhibition of works in native timber by Andy Mardell; West Coast Gallery, Seaview Rd. Piha; Wed – Sun, 10 - 5pm. Phone 812 8029.
w 23, Titirangi Folk Music Friday Club, share your songs and music; Titirangi Beach Hall; 8pm; $3. Phone Rosemary 813 3419 or Margaret 818 1434.
Flicks: Mr Holmes; Lopdell House Theatre; 10.45am and 8.15pm; Phone 818 2489 to book.
w 25, Titirangi Village Market, 140 stalls of art, craft, produce and music; Titirangi War Memorial Hall, 500 South Titirangi Rd; 10am-2pm. Contact Tanya, tvm. firstname.lastname@example.org
or 814 1177.
w 26, Huia Labour Day Market with bargains galore; Huia Hall; 10.30am-3.30pm; tables $10. Call Pam on 811 8628 to book.
TITIRANGI RSA – 502 South Titirangi Road The friendly club where the community play
RSA AGM 2015
Fri August 7th & 21st
from 8pm From 8pmOpen Mic Live Music FREE Entry
16 The Fringe OCTOBER 2015
Open Mic Nights Fridays October 2nd, 16th & 30th 8pm, No entry charge.
Come experience what the West is talking about. Live music & a great night.
Sun 9 August 10am
All financial members are welcome Voting for
Election of Officers
Fri & Sat 7 & 8 August and 1 hour prior to AGM on 9th August
Wed 19 Aug 6pm Tickets $30
Craft Beer Night THE
Sample 8 Craft Beers from Garage Project, Funk Estate & more
“A ROCKING GOOD BAND”
Playing Golden Greats, Dance Music and Rock’n’Roll from the 50s and 60s on
8 great tastings a personal presentation and wood fired Pizzas to eat. All as part of your ticket price. Saturday, October 10th
Tickets available online at www.titirangirsa.co.nz
Join Titirangi RSA online. Buy tickets online. News & events 24/7 www.titirangirsa.co.nz
817-6415 advertise with the fringe & get free web exposure
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