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) religious Hi’s Place Developing Centre: Will have a healing service on Sunday at 6pm. Every Sunday there is a service at 9am and a youth service at 2.30pm. Contact Christo on 082 515 2294.

Interdenominational Healing Ministry: The next healing crusade by Pastor Ronnie Sampson will take place on Saturday at 10am at the Word of Faith Covenant Centre. Contact Pastor Ronnie at 082 847 8834.

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

Westering Methodist Church: Will have a second- hand clothing sale on Friday from 9am on the corner of Papenkuil and Clarence Street. Contact the office on 041 360 7171.

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 morning outing to Settlers Park on Saturday. Meet at 8am at How Avenue car park. Target birds: Blue-mantled crested flycatcher and black cuckooshrike. This is a public walk. Contact Andy Nixon on 076 419 3756.

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. Considering the recent spate of antibiotic-resistant pneumonia and recurrent influenza, she will give a talk on how to take (or not take) medication. The cost is R50 for members and R60 for non-members. Contact Laura on 041 581 4031.

PE Investors Club: A presentation by Terry Hepburn on cryptocurrencies to the PE Investors Club will take place at the Hellenic Hall in Conyngham Road, Parsons Hill on February 5 from 6.30pm. Contact Rasheed Desai on 084 536 0524.

Voetsac Hiking Club: Will go on an easy 9km Roseate Tern Walk in the Cape Recife area on Saturday at R5 per person. Contact Laurence Lomax on 081 373 8029. They will also go on a moderate 12km hike at Fern Kloof at R60 per person. Contact Laurence Weitz on 084 764 8996.

East Cape Watercolour Association (ECWA): Will have the annual general meeting at Wesley Gardens Hall, Methodist Homes, in Greenshields Park today at 9:30am. All interested parties are welcome to attend. Contact Robyn on 072 256 7154.

) general Boot Sale: Save-a-Pet will have their monthly boot sale at the Elephant Walk Restaurant car park in Colleen Glen on February 3 from 8am to 1pm. A restaurant, bar, farm and cottage shop will be open. Contact Susan on 082 615 5437.

The Friends of the Linton Grange Library: Will have a book sale at the library on February 3 from 8am to 11:30am. All books will be sold at R5 each. Proceeds will go to the library. Contact Anne on 041 360 0797.

Food Shed Night Market: Will take place on February 2 at the Sherwood Garden Centre in Walker Drive from 5pm. There will be live music by Paul Basel, as well as food stalls and entertainment for the children. Entry is R20 per person. Vendors can apply for a stall on market@theshedpe.com. Contact Tanya on 072 122 1549.

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.

Food and Craft Fair: Will take place on February 4 at Walmer Town Hall from 8am to 3pm. There will be food and craft for sale, entertainment for the children and much more. All stallholders are also welcome. Entry is free. Contact Riana on 076 783 2191 or rianamvanniekerk1@gmail.com

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

Flea Market: The Forest Hill community will be hosting a flea market every month at Protea Place of Safety Children’s Home in Blackthorne Avenue. The next one will take place on Sunday. Contact Ian on 081 468 5077.

Cheshire Home Summerstrand: Will host a Valentine’s Dance on February 10 at their premises in Gomery Avenue 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.

) entertainment Ladies Night: Every Thursday is Ladies Night at Neighbourhood 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.

Golden Oldies: A pre-Valentine’s golden oldies will take place on Saturday at Malabar Hall from 8pm. DJ Mano-Zay will be providing the music. Admission is R35. Contact DJ Mano-zay on 082 256 6536.

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

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