Takapuna Grammar School PTA invite you to join them on Saturday 7 September for the ever-popular annual Comedy Night in the School Hall, starring Paul Ego, Lana Walters and Brendhan Lovegrove.
Tickets are $30 each or $200 for a table of eight and can be purchased via the school website: takapuna.school.nz. This is a great night of entertainment and a highlight of the PTA's fundraising efforts for the school community. Bring a plate of nibbles to share with your table and cash/card for the bar. Please note it's an R18 event. Doors open 7:30pm.
The good times continue on Saturday 14 September with Narrow Neck Playcentre’s Annual Quiz night; 7pm-9pm at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Church St, Devonport – all are welcome. Get in quick to arrange a table or secure your ticket! $25 per person which includes a beer/wine on arrival and a light supper. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
A slight change of pace now – local government elections are coming up. Do you know who is standing for your Local Board and Council? You can have a chance to ‘meet the candidates’ at Devonport Community House on Thursday 19th September. Doors open at 6:45pm for a 7pm sharp start. Please feel free to bring a written question and leave it in the box at the door on arrival. Candidates will be given time to introduce themselves and state why they are standing. The meeting will be moderated by Lynn Lawton.
Devonport businesses and organisations are once again taking part in International PARKing Day on Friday 20th September. Carparks around the town centre will be repurposed for the day with an eclectic range of pop-up activities including a skateboard half pipe, camp site and more! Devonport Peninsula Trust will be there with a preschool play zone in the library area from 10am-12pm.
You are invited to help Devonport Community House celebrate their 40th anniversary! On Friday 20th September, 6pm-9pm, pop into the House for a drink, nibbles and a piece of birthday cake. There will be a showcase of the different activities available at the House including performances from the ukulele, karate, tai chi and salsa groups.
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Ngā mihi nui,
Maria Teape, Devonport Community Coordinator