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2016-09-14 06:00

  • )religiousHi’s Place Developing Centre:

) clubs Birdlife EC: Will be having a weekend away at a farm called Wilgerivier, 30 km west of Steytlerville, from 16 to 18 September. Target birds: Rufous-eared Warbler, Yellow-bellied Eremomela and other Karoo birds. Meeting time and place to be arranged. A maximum of nine people can be accommodated. No accommodation fee. RSVP in advance. Contact Andy Nix at 079 587 5110.

East Cape Calligraphers: Will hold their monthly meeting at 1.45pm on 17 September, at the Italian Club, Harold Street in Walmer. Beginners’ classes available by private arrangement. For more info, contact Roma on 041 379 5599.

  • 1820 Settlers’ Association:Will be having a Bingo morning on 15 September at 9.30am. There will be prizes and refreshments. Join the association for a trip to Redhouse Bowling Club on 18 September. The cost is R80 per person. Contact Heather at 041 5814031.

) general International Coastal Clean-up Day: The Zwartkops Conservancy needs your help to clean up the Bluewater Bay Beach area on 17 September (International Coastal Cleanup Day) from 9am. Meet at the swimming beach car park at the end of Weinronk Way in Bluewater Bay. Sweets and cold drinks will be provided. Contact Jenny at 082 853 0700.

Glams Entertainment: Is having a Langarm Dance on 16 September at Malabar Hall at 8pm. DJ Clarence will provide the music and there will be lucky draws. Tickets cost R30 and will be available at the door. Contact Angie on 071 986 5837.

Charity Soccer Day: BLC Attorneys will be hosting a charity soccer day on 17 September from 9am to 4 pm at St George’s Park Sports field in aid of the Thandusana Baby Haven in Newton Park. Attractions include food trucks, bar facilities and music. For more info, contact Andrew Paterson on 041 506 3700.

AACL Charity Shop: The Animal Anti-Cruelty League is in need of second hand goods for their Charity Shop, The Bargain Box, in 9th Avenue Shopping Centre, Walmer. Good secondhand clothing, bric a brac, household goods, jewellery, books and linen would be greatly appreciated. All proceeds go towards caring for animals in the northern areas. For more info, contact 041 581 2852.

) entertainment NMMU Performing Arts Festival: The kick-off of the festival is today and will run until 21 September in the NMMU North Campus Auditorium. It will be featuring the NMMU Drama Society, Umjuxuzo Alive, a special performance by Professor Darshan from India, and many more.

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