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Inter-Denominational Healing Ministry: The next healing crusade by Pastor Ronnie Sampson will take place on 6 February at 10am at the Word of Faith Christian Church. Pastor Ronnie Sampson prays daily for the sick and miracles are seen through the power of the Holy Spirit. For more info contact Ronnie at 082 847 8834.

Eckankar: The PE Satsang Society, a Chartered Affiliate of ECKANKAR, will host a Worship Service with the topic, “Secrets of Building Spiritual Strength Every Day” on 7 February at 11am at the Life Chiropractic and Wellness Centre, Walmer. For more info contact 083 327 2938.

Hi’s Place Developing Centre: Will have a prayer service for the sick on 7 and 21 February at 6pm. Every Sunday there is a service at 9am and Youth Service at 2.30pm. On 20 February at 3pm there will be a Leadership Course that is open to all. The venue is past Greenbushes at the entrance of Sovereign Foods (big green buildings). For more info contact Christo at 082 515 2294.

St Peter’s Congregational Church: A charity shop and stalls will be open on 6 February from 9am to 1pm at the church in Walter Road, Charlo. Lots of bargains up for grabs. The church also collects any goods you no longer need for sale at the shop. To book a stall for R30 or for more info contact Dr Derrick Derbyshire at 041 368 2207.


Birdlife EC: A Saturday morning outing to Settlers Park will take place on 6 February. This is a public bird walk so non-birders are welcome to join and learn about birds. Target birds: Blue-mantled Crested-Flycatcher, Black Cuckooshrike. Meet at 8am at the How Avenue car park. Security arranged. For more info contact Russell Paton at 072 113 2356.

Algoa Toastmasters (Newton Park): Master the art of public speaking in a friendly, supportive, fun environment. The Algoa Toastmasters Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. The next meeting will take place on 9 February at the Caritas Centre, West Street at 5.30pm until 8pm. For more information contact Zikona at 081 263 8332 or email alogoatm@gmail.com.

Friends of the Linton Grange Library: Will be having a Book Sale at the library on 6 February from 8am to 11.30am. All books sold at R5 each. For more info contact Anne at 041 360 0797.

Zahra’s Oriental Dance Studio: Will have an open day on 6 February from 3pm at their studio in Limburg Street, Kabega Park. Classes offered from beginner to advanced. Book your spot or pre-register with Melanie Wallis at 084 552 3187 or email bellydancepe@gmail.com.


Diabetes Support Group (Malabar Branch): Will have a meeting on 9 February at 7pm at the Malabar Community Centre Minor Hall. The speaker will be Yanga Sibidla (prosthetist and orthotist) who will discuss “Peripheral Neuropathy, Residual Limb Care and Prosthetics Fitting for Diabetic Patients”. For more info contact Surendra Daya at 083 653 1491.

Diabetes Support Group (Gelvandale Branch): Will have a meeting on 9 February at 7.15pm at the Uniting Reformed Church, Gelvandale. Sr Gloria Bagoes (registered nurse) will discuss the topic “Diabetes”. For more info contact Hester at 082 224 6020.

Diabetes Support Group (PE Branch): Will have a meeting on 10 February at 7pm at the Newton Park Methodist Church Hall, Newton Street. There will be a movie presentation “That Sugar Film”. For more info contact Martin at 082 579 9059.

Arthritis Foundation: The support group meetings commence on 10 February at the Mater Dei Catholic Centre, Newton Park at 2pm. For more info contact Jeanette at 041 365 1419 in the afternoons.

Intercare Talks: On 8 February at 6pm, Dr Konrad von Hagen will discuss the topic “Supplements and Medicine in Sport” at the Intercare Walmer Learning Centre, Kings Court, Buffelsfontein Road. Entrance is free. To RSVP contact Beulah on 041 395 9600.

Boot Sale: Save-a-Pet will be having their monthly Boot Sale at the Elephant Walk Restaurant car park in Colleen Glen on 6 February from 8am to 1pm. Sellers to be there at 7am. Restaurant, bar, farm and antique shop will be open. Contact Natalie at 084 593 2377.

Food Shed: The next Food Shed is on 5 February from 5pm to 9.30pm at the Sherwood Garden Centre, Walker Drive. Live entertainment by Written in Scarlett. Come rain or shine, bring friends and family and come dine. Contact Liesel at 082 696 5845.


Valentine’s Lunch: SA Marine Rehabilitation and Eduction Centre (SAMREC) in Cape Recife are having a Valentine’s Lunch on 14 February at 12.30pm. The cost is R145 per person and includes refreshments and tour of Samrec. Bookings essential. Contact Michelle at 041 583 1830.

Valentine’s Dance: At Cheshire Home Summerstrand in Gomery Avenue on 13 February at 7:30pm. Tickets are R25 per person. Bring own drinks/snacks/picnic basket. Bring and braai facilities available. There will be lucky draws. For bookings, contact Silest at 082 708 6632.

Valentine’s Dance: In aid of MTR Smith Children’s Home will take place on 13 February from 7.30pm at the Walmer West Primary School Hall. For more information contact Carl at 061 770 0878.

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