Devonport Community House is hosting Devonport Repair Café, on Saturday 7 August, 12pm to 4pm. You are invited to bring along toys, furniture items, clothing or small appliances in need of repair. Devonport Repair Café is about repairing broken items together, getting professional advice, spending time with and helping your community. There is no cost and Devonport Repair Café will become a regular monthly happening at Devonport Community House on the first Saturday of the month. Contact Chris for more info - 021 380 845 or email@example.com.
A newcomers bookclub for migrants is taking place at Devonport Library, 2 Victoria Rd, Devonport every Saturday from 7th August - 25th September, 2:00pm - 4:00pm. The book club is for all migrants and an opportunity to study great New Zealand writers as a window to New Zealand culture. A qualified English teacher from English Language Partners New Zealand takes the group. There is no cost to join - register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Devonport Community Network meeting is taking place on Thursday 12 August at Devonport Yacht Club. The meetings are held to promote networking amongst residents and community groups, with guest speakers joining us to talk about topical happenings. This month members of The Rose Centre’s Board will talk to us at The Rose Centre’s new direction. Meetings commence at 10am with morning tea and informal networking then guest speakers start from approximately 10:20am.
Make sure you see Sean Sinnott & friends singing songs of Jimmy MacCarthy at The Bunker on Takarunga, Devonport. Sean has been singing around the Irish pubs for decades, and will be joined by some very special friends on Monday 16 August at
8pm. Bookings are essential: phone: 09-445-2227, tickets cost $20.
Another must-see event this month; Company Theatre presents Neville's Island - a farcical and hilarious evening out. Running from 14-28 August at The Rose Centre, School Rd, Belmont, tickets cost $27 ($22 concessions) and are available at www.iticket.co.nz. From critically acclaimed writer, Tim Firth, of Calendar Girls fame, this production of an award nominated West End comedy is the perfect entertainment for a Winter’s evening at the theatre.
Mā te wā,