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2018-07-25 06:01

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Die Gemeentes van Christus Familiekerk: Die gemeente, wat by 3 Smartstraat in Sydenham geleë is, se dienste vind elke Sondag om 09:00 en 18:30 plaas. Hulle het ook ’n oggend biduur elke Dinsdag om 10:00 en ’n gemeente biduur elke Woensdag om 19:00. Vir meer inligting kontak dgvcsydenham@gmail.com.

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CMR Port Elizabeth: Christelik Maatskaplike Raad PE will have their annual general meeting at the Dutch Reformed Church Patmos in Cape Road tomorrow, July 26, at 11:30 for 12:00. Contact Fowzia at 041 484 3554.

Retina SA (East Cape Branch): Will have their annual general meeting at the Dolphin Room at Netcare Greenacres Hospital on Saturday, July 28, at 09:30. Contact Susan on 041 363 0164.

Voetsac Hiking Club: Will go on an easy 8km hike at Stuckens on Saturday, July 28, at a cost of R5. Contact Ferdi Prince at 083 261 2977. They will also go on a moderate 12km hike at Berg River on the Hankey Road at a cost of R35. Contact Elbie Weitz at 084 581 0134.

Royal Society of St George: Will have their monthly meeting at the Italian Club in Harold Road, Charlo, on Monday, July 30 at 10:00. Guest speaker Marvin Carstens from Bayworld will speak about SA prehistoric history and prehistory history of the Algoa Bay. Entry is R30. Contact Sandra on 082 727 5588.

University of the Third Age (U3A): Will have a meeting in the Newton Park Library Auditorium on Tuesday, July 31, at 10:00. Guest speaker Melitta Wessels, an enneagram and psycho neuro-immunology facilitator, will speak about ‘There is Wisdom in my Hairdryer’. Entry is R20 for visitors. Contact Merlene Robinson at 041 583 1568.

East Cape Watercolour Association (ECWA): Will have a fun morning painting the same picture at Wesley Gardens Hall, Methodist Homes, in Greenshields Park on Wednesday, August 1 at 09:30. Contact Sheree at 083 397 5410.

UVIWE Child & Youth Services: Previously known as PE Childline, the NPO will host their annual general meeting at the UVIWE Schauderville offices on the corner of Nicholas and Jan Hofmeyer Street on August 17 from 15:00 to 16:30. RSVP with Lee-Ann Hahn at 041 453 0441 or marketing@uviwe.co.za.

) general The Friends of the Linton Grange Library: Will have a craft sale at the library today and tomorrow, July 25 and 26, from 09:00 to 15:00. There are still stalls available. Contact Shantel at 041 506 4260.

Westering Methodist Church: Will have a combined second-hand clothing and R5 per item sale on the corner of Papenkuils and Clarence Street on Friday, July 27, from 09:00. Contact the office on 041 360 7171.

Saturday Boot Sale: The Knights of Da Gama will have a Saturday boot sale at the Sacred Heart Church Grounds in Cape Road, Kabega Park, on July 28 from 08:00. There will be crafts, home industry, bric-a-brac, clothes, books, food and much more. Contact Duncan Taft at 083 357 2238.

Annual Mission Fete: St John’s Anglican Church, located on the corner of 8th Avenue and Church Road in Walmer, will have their annual mission fete on Saturday, July 28, from 08:00 to 12:00 to raise funds for a persecuted church in North Africa. There will be a white elephant stall, tea garden, jumping castle, books galore, food, a portrait artist and more. Contact Nicky at 082 837 6356.

Re-Seconds Market: Will take place at the Walmer Town Hall on Sunday, July 29, from 09:00 to 14:00. Most stall holders will sell items that are locally crafted, revamped, reused, repurposed or recycled. Entry is free. Contact Claudia on 072 046 4444.

Art in the Park: Will take place at St George’s Park on Sunday, July 29, from 09:00 to 14:00. There will be arts and crafts, bric-a-brac, food stalls, collectibles and much more. They will also have a kids market. New stalls are also welcome. Contact Maureen Oliver on 072 245 4926.

The Friends of the Korsten Library: Will hold a sale of gently worn clothes outside the library on Wednesday, August 1, from 09:00 to 11:00. All proceeds from the sale will go to the library. Contact Waadia Sharmar on 041 506 2668.

Merryvale Special School: Will host the Merryvale Food Festival at their premises in Alan Drive, Mangold Park on August 3 from 15:00 to 18:00. Don’t miss the fresh fruit and vegetables, pancakes, hamburgers, cooldrinks, white elephant table, and much more. They will also host a Market Paradise the day after on August 4 from 09:00 to 14:00 where stalls, entertainment for children and the opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping await patrons.

Foods, Arts and Craft Fair: Will take place at the Walmer Town Hall on August 5. There will be food stalls, entertainment, live entertainment, reused goods for sale and much more. Contact 076 783 2191.

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