Manukau Courier : January 20th 2011
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Free dental treatment is available for children under 18 and primary/ intermediate school chil- dren can be treated with a referral from their school dental nurse. ACC treatment and WINZ quotes are also available. Nervous patients can be sedated either through IV or orally - helping them to relax while allowing complex dental treatments to be carried out without any pain (conditions apply). The multicultural team can speak Punjabi, Hindi and Fijian. Come in and see the friendly team of: Carmel at reception, dentists, Dr Inderpal Singh and Dr Kiranpal Kaur, dental assistant Devika and Gill who takes care of reception on Saturday. Clendon Dental Cen- tre Ltd is at 15 Palmers Road, Clendon, inside the Clendon Medical Centre. Appointments or inquiries: 9am till 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am till 2pm on Saturdays. Phone 266-0769 or book online at www.clendondental.co.nz or email the team at info@clendonden- tal.co.nz. NOTICES Markets start, The Dream Centre hosts the first Lakewood Markets on January 22, 6am-noon at the centre, 3 Lakewood Court (opposite Rainbow's End). Arts and craft, clothing, music, food, culture, food court, etc. To book a stall ph: 261-2623. Garden and laughter, Manukau Garden, Laughter & Food Processing Club open every Saturday, 10am-noon at Stadium Reserve, Tavern Lane, Papatoetoe, behind Allan Brewster Centre. Talks on topical garden subjects, pest identification clinic, laughter yoga sessions, food processing demonstrations, gardening literature. Ph: Jayne 264-1564 evenings. Country music, Silver Notes Country Music Club holds its club day on January 23, 1pm- 4pm in the Holy Cross Parish hall, corner St George St and Carruth Rd, Papatoetoe. Friendly atmosphere, afternoon tea and plenty of good music with a live band. Ph: 279-4268. Home schooling, Auckland Home Educators holds a basic starter session on home schooling on January 24, 7pm-9pm. Small relaxed group with opportunity for questions and answers will help you decide if this educational lifestyle is right for your family. Greenlane venue advised on booking. See www.ahe.org.nz or ph: 536-4235. Line dancing, Line dancing classes on Tuesdays and Fridays,10am-noon at Weymouth Cosmopolitan Club, Sykes Rd, Weymouth. Ph: Lyn 266-3315. English classes, Free English language classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Mangere East Community Learning Centre. Ph: 275-6161. Jobs workshop, Free employment workshops for migrants seeking professional employment in New Zealand will be held on January 26, 9.30am at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way. Workshops cover essential topics, job search skills and advice for job seekers. ARMS also helps migrants find out about their level of English, English classes or community resources. To make an appointment to meet with Kathleen on January 26 ph: 263-5490. Reading classes, Free reading and writing classes every Wednesday and Friday morning at the Mangere East Community Learning Centre, 372 Massey Rd. Ph: 275-6161. High tea, The Blue Butterfly Trust for Pancreatic Cancer holds a fundraising high tea on January 27, 4pm-7pm at Butterfly Creek, Tom Pearce Drive, Auckland airport. Cost is $40 adult, $20 child -- includes afternoon tea, butterfly house and crocodile attractions, and a glass of champagne for the adults. Ph: Tracey or Josh on 535-8180. Settlement workshop, Free settlement information and planning workshop for migrants is on January 28, 10am-1pm at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way. For people new to New Zealand and returning Kiwis who'd like to know more about services in Manukau. To register ph: 263-5490. Country music, South Auckland Country Music and Variety Club meets on February 1, 7pm at Otara Music & Arts Centre recording studio. New members welcome. Ph: 0800-359-480. U3A, Papatoetoe U3A meets on February 2, and every first Wednesday of the month, 9.45am at Acacia Court Hall, 25 Kolmar Rd, Paptoetoe. Guest speaker is Greg Smith on the Historical Landscapes of Volcanoes. Ph: Elaline 278-3601. Breast screening, Free breast screening for women aged 45-69 at BreastScreen Counties Manukau's mobile clinic, February 2-25, in the carpark next to the clock tower in Otara Town Centre. For an appointment ph: 0800-270-200. Law course, Mangere Community Law Centre's next Law in Our Communities education programme begins on February 9 for eight weeks every Wednesday 9.30am- 12.30pm. Anyone wanting to learn more about the law and their rights is welcome. Cost $40 includes manual, all materials and morning tea. Ph: Vinita or Ida 275-4310. Music lessons, Kedgley Music Centre is taking late enrolments for its after-school music programme at Kedgley Intermediate School, enrolments close February 11 or before if classes fill. Classes run weekdays and Saturday mornings for primary and intermediate school children, starting from age 7. Lessons available in clarinet, drums, flutes, guitar, keyboard, recorder, saxo- phone, singing, trumpet, ukulele and violin. Some instruments available for hire. Ph: 277-7043.
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