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Inter-Denominational Healing Ministry:

The next healing crusade by Pastor Ronnie Sampson will take place on 4 July at 10am at the Word of Faith Christian Church. For more info contact Ronnie at 082 847 8834.

Eckankar: The PE Satsang Society, a Chartered Affiliate of ECKANKAR, will have a Community HU Song on 27 June at 3pm at the Life Chiropractic and Wellness Centre, 169 Fordyce Road, Walmer. For more info contact 072 285 3470.

St Martin’s Presbyterian Church: A Courtyard Tearoom is open on Fridays from 10am till noon at the church in Great West Way Road, Kabega Park. For more info contact Kathy at 041 360 4712.

St Hugh’s Church: The church in Newton Park will be holding an almost new clothing and linen sale on 3 July from 8am to 2pm. Contact 041 365 1298.



Birdlife EC: The outing to Sleepy Hollow and Maitland Mouth will take place on 27 June. Target birds: Dwarf Bittern was once seen at Sleepy Hollow. Also Narina Trogon, Knysna Turaco and Crowned Hornbill. Pied Avocets and Giant Kingfisher at the mouth. Meet at 7am at Schultz’s, Newton Park. For more info contact Andy Nixon at 079 587 5110.

Hiking: The Voetsac Hiking Club runs both weekend hikes and day walks on a regular basis. The club holds a monthly social meeting on the third Wednesday of each month at 7pm at the German Club (just off Circular Drive). Contact Trevor Lloyd at 041 368 3761.

1820 Settlers’ Association: On 3 July the association will attend the evening performance of either the Cape Town City double production of Spring and Fall and Le Sacre or The Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra at the Grahamstown Festival. Anyone welcome. For more info contact Heather at 041 581 4031.

Dias Quilters’ Guild: Will be having their next meeting on 27 June from 2pm at Victoria Park Primary School. Entrance is R20. Visitors welcome. For more info contact Carole Ann at 076 026 7046.

University of the Third Age (U3A): The next meeting of U3A will take place on 30 June at 10am in the Newton Park Library Auditorium. The guest speaker will be David Green who has recently returned from a stint on Marion Island, and will discuss the topic ‘Life on Marion Island’. Contact 041 503 7902.

Baakens Valley Preservation Trust: Will host a special walk on 27 June to coincide with the Art Exhibition about the Baakens Valley at the NMB Art Museum. It will be a guided informative walk to highlight the history, fauna and flora of the Settler’s Park area of the Baakens Valley. Meet in the parking area at Settler’s Park (behind St George’s Hospital) at 9am. Contact Nelia at 072 285 7619.

The Friends of the Newton Park Library: Will have a book sale at the library on 2 July from 10am. For more info contact Barry at 041 365 1403.

Friends of the Linton Grange Library: Will be having a Craft Sale at the library on 30 June and 1 July from 9am to 3pm. Craft, confectionery, needlework, plants and pancakes on sale. For more info contact Zelda at 041 360 1256.

Probus Club, PE South: Will hold their monthly meeting on 7 July at The Club on Bird in Bird Street at 11.30am. Andre Lemmer will give a talk on Schoenmakerskop to be followed by an optional lunch. For more info contact Jenny at 041 366 1818.

STAPE EC: The Sectional Title Association EC will have a Debate Forum on 2 July at 6pm in the Newton Park Library. Share your problems in writing (100 words maximum) to “STAPE2014@gmail.com” before 24 June. There are no answers, only possible solutions. Members can attend for free, non-members to pay R20.

Dendrological Society: The Dendrological Society will be walking in Stinkhoutkloof, a wild patch of indigenous forest in the Longmore plantations on 28 June (weather permitting). Contact Susan at 082 440 3645 or e-mail teefam@mweb.co.za for permit purposes as well as directions on where to meet.



Boot sale: The Knights of Da Gama will hold the Saturday Sale on 27 June from 8am at the Sacred Heart Church Grounds, Cape Road, Kabega Park (entrance opposite Makro). There will be crafts, home industry, bric a brac, clothes, books and more on sale. Weather Permitting. Contact Colin at 083 204 5791.

Art in the Park: Will be held on 28 June from 9am to 2pm at St George’s Park. Arts and crafts, collectables and food will be on sale. There will also be a school band and fun for the kids. For new stalls contact Maureen at 072 245 4926.

Winter Walk: The Zwartkops Conservancy Aloe Trail Winter Walk will take place on 28 June. The Aloes are in full bloom and make a wonderful sight. Meet 9.30am at the Aloe Reserve at the top of Tipper’s Creek Road, Bluewater Bay. For more info contact Jenny Rump at 082 853 0700.



Golden Oldies: A Friends meet Friends Golden oldies with DJ Mano-Zay will take place on 26 June from 8am at the Malabar Hall. Admission is R30. Contact Milly at 061 629 6057.

Absa Kirkwood Wildsfees: Will take place from 26 to 28 June at the Kirkwood School Grounds. Tickets are available from the Absa Kirkwood Wildsfees office (042 230 0064) or go to www.wildsfees.co.za for more information

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