Events Diary 18 to 24 January

2008-01-18 00:00

TOMORROW

• 6 am-9.30 am. The Farmers’ Market sells fruit, vegetables, flowers, eggs and more. Inquiries: 082 886 0687.

• 7 am-11 am. The Karkloof Farmers’ Market is located 2,6 km from Howick on the Karkloof Road. Inquiries: 082 820 8986.

• 8 am-11.30 am. Breakfast at Lion’s River Farmers’ Market. Proceeds go to the Midlands Crisis and Trauma Centre. Inquiries: 082 771 6653.

• 9 am-10.30 am. Tai Chi classes at the Hadca Centre, Old Main Road, Howick. Inquiries: 082 825 7412.

• 9.30 am. Bowls clinic at Allan Wilson Bowling Club. Coaching can be arranged at other times with Peter at 033 346 2553.

• 9 am-noon. Every week the model trains in HO Gauge run. Phone to ensure the staff are at the station. Inquiries: 033 344 1742 or 082 470 4898.

• 9 am-2 pm. Craft market opposite the city hall.

• 2 pm. The Maritzburg Croquet Club invites people of all ages for a game of croquet. Inquiries: 033 502 0101 or 033 396 3661.

• 2 pm. The Ramblers’ Club invites people to join them in walking the hills of Pietermaritzburg and its environs. Inquiries: 033 344 2754.

• 2.30 pm. Parkinson’s Disease Support Group meets at Riverside Old Age Home. Inquiries: 033 386 4477 or 082 940 0225.

SUNDAY

• 7.15 am. KwaZulu-Natal BirdLife day outing to Bayhead in Durban. Phone leader Gordon Bennett at 033 386 5555 to confirm attendance.

MONDAY

• 3 pm-5 pm. General drawing and painting for adults and pupils with Val Maggs. Inquiries: 033 342 1638.

• 5.30 pm-7 pm. Beginners’ Tai Chi classes at the Lexden Scout Hall. Inquiries: 082 825 7412.

• 6 pm-8 pm. Creative drawing and painting. Inquiries: 033 342 1638.

• 6.45 pm-8.15 pm. Meditation classes at the Emphethelweni Centre. Inquiries: phone 033 346 0403 or e-mail info@meditateindurban.org

TUESDAY

• 9.30 am for 10 am. The Hilton Garden Club will meet at 57 Old Howick Road for a visit to Bronwyn Magor’s garden of 1 000 roses. Inquiries: 033 343 1776.

• 3 pm-5.45 pm. Ancient health exercise Taijiquan, Tao Yin (yoga) meditation demonstration and lectures at Shambala in Ashburton. Book your time slot at 033 702 1885, 033 326 1919 or 073 754 2062.

• 5.30 pm-7.30 pm. Drawing, and acrylic and watercolour painting. Inquiries: 033 342 1638.

WEDNESDAY

• 9.30 am-12.30 pm. Drawing and painting from nature. Suitable for retired people. Inquiries: 033 342 1638.

• 10 am. Orientation day at YMCA, Pietermaritzburg. By appointment only. Inquiries: 033 702 1885 or 073 754 2062.

• 1.10 pm-1.50 pm. The South African Society of Music Teachers presents a free lunch-hour concert at the Tatham Art Gallery, featuring Filip Kormuth on the piano. Inquiries: 033 394 1818.

• 2 pm. The Maritzburg Croquet Club invites people of all ages for a game of croquet. Inquiries: 033 502 0101 or 033 396 3661.

• 3 pm-5 pm. Specialised tuition in drawing and painting for Grades 9 to 12 and art career portfolios. Inquiries: 033 342 1638.

• 5 pm. The Cathedral Chamber Choir will resume its practices at the Anglican Cathedral. All singers welcome.

• 5.30 pm-7 pm. Intermediate and advanced Tai Chi classes at the Lexden Scout Hall. Inquiries: 082 825 7412.

THURSDAY

• 7 am-10.30 am. Market at Alexandra Road (opposite police station). Fresh vegetables, fruit, honey and crafts.

• 9.30 am-12.30 pm. Oil painting for beginners and advanced. Inquiries: 033 342 1638.

• 10 am. The Hayfields Haymakers meet in the Lutheran Church in Bester Road. Inquiries: 033 386 2126.

• 10 am. Free guided tours of Fort Nottingham Museum from Thursdays to Sundays. Inquiries: 033 266 6246.

• 3 pm-5 pm. Creative drawing and painting. Grade 8 and upwards. Inquiries: 033 342 1638.

Fax 033 355 1122, e-mail: ryanc@witness.co.za or phone 079 887 5347 before noon on Wednesday.

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