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Auckland has a wonderful setting and climate. We can grow and live with Nature in the nation's largest city. The EcoWest Festival has a programme of 100 events that show us the riches of our own backyard. Learn, share and be entertained by a month of good news about our environment.Read more
Saturday 11 March - Sunday 9 April 2017
Locations across Waitakere Ranges, Henderson-Massey and Whau Local Board areas.
Family bike rides and guided walks learning about butterflies, the natural wonders of your backyard, composting and growing vegetables, reducing household waste and identifying weeds. It’s all part of EcoWest a learning and entertaining festival of 100 events. There’s plenty of fun to be had with the Down and Dirty Rooftop Party at Lopdell House and the Green Effect Comedy Show featuring Te Radar, Penny Ashton, Pax Assadi and Brendon Green. Get with the programme here
Learn Ukelele at the Blockhouse Bay Community Centre, every Monday at 11.30am.
Perfect for beginners. For more info call the office on 626.4980.
Open Mic Night at the Auckland Irish Club happens every second Friday of the month from 8pm till late. Your chance for some great craic at the club in Fowlds Park, Rocky Nook Avenue, Morningside. For more information phone 09. 846 7747, 027 625 9408 or email email@example.com
Dance 4 Us is a drop-in movement therapy programme for adults with special needs. Tuesdays 1.30-2.30pm, Pearce Hall, 1 Pearce Street (behind Onehunga Community Centre) and Fridays 11am-12pm, MPHS Hubwest, 27 Corban Ave, Henderson. Learn more at http://www.dancetherapy.co.nz/adults/dance4us/
Free Mandarin storytime happens every Friday at 11am at the Epsom Community Library, 195 Manukau Road, 195 Manukau Road.
The Mt. Albert Scrabble Club meets Monday nights from 7pm at the Mt. Albert Bridge Club Rooms. All levels are welcome. Phone Liz on 027 6276089 or Judy on 6266390 for more information.
Scottish country dancing is held every Tuesday at 7.30pm in the All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook St, Howick. No partner required, just soft-soled shoes. Enjoy a Highland Fling next Tuesday!
What could be more rewarding than Laughter Yoga? Enjoy the exercise followed by a brief meditation at the Highland Park Community House 10.30-11.30am every Saturday. $5 entry.