We are urgently looking for volunteers to come and lend a hand next weekend, Sat 9th and Sun 10th November. We need help running the sausage sizzle and selling raffle tickets to raise funds for Dementia Auckland. This will be held at five Noel Leeming stores throughout Auckland (Botany, Henderson, New Lynn, St Lukes Mega, Sylvia Park).
Date: Sat 9th and Sun 10th November
Time: Morning: 10am - 1pm, Afternoon: 1pm - 4pm
Shifts: 3 hours
A diagnosis of dementia is not just a diagnosis of an individual it’s of an entire family. Dementia Auckland provides FREE services supporting the community and those who are in a support role caring for someone with dementia. A carer is the hero that bravely walks beside someone with dementia, these funds support those taking care of others.
Sign up using the link below or to find out more please email Scott: email@example.com
Hi Neighbours, The Labour landslide removes most of the excuses (New Zealand First) offered for why some big Auckland projects didn't happen last term. So will it now all be go ? Read the story below:
Kia ora neighbours, if you’ve ever dreamed of having an image of New Zealand First leader Winston Peters wearing a cowboy hat, proudly hanging in your living room, now’s your chance to make it a reality. An artwork of Peters, created using coffee, red wine and tea is for sale on Trade Me. The current bid is almost $300, would you buy this?
An idea sparked 20 years ago has come full circle for embroiderer Diana Barker.
It took a month of painstaking work to create her colour wheel embroidery during Auckland's lockdown.
The project idea stemmed from a visit to Coventry Cathedral during the 1990s while holidaying in Britain.
Barker, an Auckland Embroiderer's Guild member, was inspired by the cathedral's modern take on rose windows and wanted to portray this.
Lacking a full set of colours, she left some spaces, which reflect the gaps in the cathedral windows where light seeps through.
Her work on fine linen features a frame bought from Asia.
Barker's creation will be exhibited at the Auckland Embroiderer's Guild Annual Display, from October 31 to November 8.
The show runs from 10am to 4pm daily at Onehunga Community Centre.
Barker said she was happy to have the extra time during lockdown to bring the idea to fruition.
The former president joined the guild soon after its formation in the early 1970s.
Now retired, she relishes the time she has to devote to stitching.
The guild meets in Mt Eden, Auckland for workshops and to hear monthly speakers.
Embroiderer Diana Barker created this colour wheel during Auckland's lockdown.