Everyone is welcome to the next Devonport Community Network meeting on Thursday 8 August, 10:00am-12:00pm at the Devonport Yacht Club, 25 King Edward Pde in Devonport. This quarterly meeting is about promoting networking among residents and local community groups. The session commences with morning tea and a chance to network informally then we will hear from guest speakers including Glenda Peri, the new Devonport Community Police Constable. For more information contact Maria ph: 445 9533 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Technology expert Toby Malcom is back at Devonport Library for another Tech Time session on Thursday 8th August. Toby’s sessions are designed to help you learn about your smartphone – for android users, come along to the 10am-11am session and Apple users, 11:15-12:15. For more information contact Toby on 0211481834 or visit www.triplesweet.co.nz. All are welcome and a koha (for charity) would be appreciated.
From Thursday 15th to Saturday 17th August, Takapuna Grammar School: Level 3 NCEA Musical Theatre present the worst pies in Auckland...with their 2019 class production: "Sweeny Todd: School Edition". Live theatre & live music, with fresh pies and bloody punch on sale at interval. This show is not suitable for children. Directed by Robert Dil, shows are at 8pm with a Matinee at 2pm on Saturday 17th August. The venue is the Takapuna Grammar School Drama Room, 210 Lake Rd, Takapuna. Tickets cost $10, door sales only.
Following on from the success of last year, St. Leo’s Primary School Dads are holding their annual Blokes Night Inn on 30th Aug from 6:30pm onwards. Tickets are $30 and includes food and entertainment. Open to all, so come on down and enjoy the craftiest beer event in Devonport! Contact email@example.com for tickets.
Devonport Peninsula Trust’s Winter Fun Preschool Play sessions at The Rose Centre are held from 9:30am-11:00am every Tuesday, the sessions are free entry, casual attendance and caregiver supervision is required. It’s a great way to get little ones (babies to toddlers) out and about, having fun and socialising in the colder, wetter months.
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Ngā mihi nui,