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2018-02-07 06:00

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Vroue Afsonderingsnaweek: Sal plaasvind vanaf 27 April tot 29 April. Begin 2018 vry! Kontak Sue by 072 297 1282.

) clubs Birdlife EC: Will have a Saturday morning outing to Sleepy Hollow on February 10. Meet at Schultz’s in West Street, Newton Park, at 6am. Target birds: Little sparrowhawk, barn owl, Narina Trogon and yellow-throated woodland warbler. They will meet Wentzel Greyling at Sleepy Hollow. Contact PE coordinator Parick Brett on 083 659 2192.

EP Bonsai Society: Will have their monthly meeting at the Sherwood Garden Centre, Walker Drive, on February 10 at 1:45pm for 2pm. They cater for beginner, intermediate and senior growers and offer advice on problem trees. Non-members are welcome for a donation of R10. Contact Jenny on 083 999 1058.

1820 Settlers’ Association: Will have a presentation by Dr Anja Morris-Paxton, a research associate at Nelson Mandela University, at 123 Villiers Road, Walmer, on February 10 from 10am to 11:30am . She will talk about how to take (or not take) medication. The cost is R50 for members and R60 for non-members. Contact Laura on 041 581 4031.

Voetsac Hiking Club: Will go on an easy 8km hike on the Sacramento Trail on February 10 at R5 per person. Contact Marius Meiring on 082 657 1066. They will also go on a moderate 12km hike at Leopard’s Loop at R35 per person. Contact Robin Holmes on 082 374 9227.

East Cape Watercolour Association (ECWA): Will have a Paint Along with DVD: Colour Workshop morning at Wesley Gardens Hall, Methodist Homes, in Greenshields Park today, February 7, at 9:30am. They will also have a paint as you please on February 14 at 9:30am. Contact Sheree on 083 397 5410.

) support groups Diabetes Support Group (PE Branch): Will have a meeting at the Caritas Service Centre in West Street, Newton Park, on February 14 at 7:30pm. Irene Aarons will be speaking about ’Health Matters’. Contact Martin on 082 579 9059.

Diabetes Support Group (Springdale Wellness Group): Will have a meeting at The Gospel Hall on the corner of Olympia Street and Geldenhuys Street on February 13 at 7pm. Manilal Roopa will be speaking about ‘Heartfulness, Relaxation and Meditation’. Contact Hester on 082 224 6020.

T he Parkinson’s Support Group: Will have a meeting in the St John’s Anglican Church Hall in Walmer on February 8 at 10am. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome. Contact Barbara Hill on 041 582 2001.

) general Boot Sale: Christ Church in Kamma Park/Lorraine will have their monthly car boot sale at 44 Longway Avenue in Lorraine on February 10 from 8am to 11am. All buyers and sellers are welcome. Entry to buyers is free and the cost to sellers is R20. Contact Cathy on 072 933 4450.

Golf: Shark River Golf Club invites all senior golfers, including non-members, to participate in an 18-hole competition every Tuesday at 8am for 8:30am. The cost is R50 per game. Contact Chris on 072 760 6875.

Fuchsia Nursery: Fuchsia Flair, a fuchsia nursery in Theescombe, has more than 40 varieties on display. Contact Mattie on 082 921 7250

Cheshire Home Summerstrand: Will host a Valentine’s Dance at their premises in Gomery Avenue on February 10 at 7:30pm. Tickets are R25 per person. Bring your own refreshments. There will be lucky draws and much more! Bookings can be made with Silest on 082 708 6632.

St Peter’s Congregational Church: Have opened a playschool for children aged two and older at their premises in Charlo. They also have services every Sunday at 9am. For more info contact Rev. Ian Strydom on 083 669 9774 or Rev. Norman Voyce on 084 474 2260.

) entertainment Ladies Night: Every Thursday is Ladies Night at Neighborhood Bar with fun and games by Mr Shakes. Ladies’ enter free until 10pm, while men pay R30. Doors open at 8pm. Contact 063 269 0070.

Jordan Dwellers: Will be celebrating their 31st birthday as a Pre-Valentine Show in the West End Community Hall on February 11 at 6:30pm. Entry is R30 per person. Contact 083 621 5408.

T alent Show: Giving Gifts of Love to New Born Babies will host a talent show fundraiser at Scout Hall in Cotswold on March 17 at 10am. They provide baby hampers to impoverished communities. Participants must be between the ages of six and 18 and can enter the show for an entry fee of R100. Registration closes on February 28. Entry to spectators is R40. Contact Desire Goodwin 082 879 8960.

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