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7 hours ago

Women's Multicultural Celebration

Virginia from Pukekohe

Have you saved the date? This event was to have been in March but due to Covid lockdown it was postponed and is now connected with Suffrage celebration and will be on Saturday 18th Sept. 10am - 2pm
It is still inclusive and diverse, it will still have Ranjna Patel and another high profile person (not yet announced) as speaker.
There will be lots of dancing, African, Colombian, Thai and Indian, and plenty of enthusiasm and a good meal.
Tickets purchased for March 6th will be honoured.

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13 hours ago

🥶🔥 The Great Firewood Dilemma

Jane Freeman from Timberline Contracting Ltd

There's colder weather coming 🥶
You'll want to stay indoors.
The rain beats on the windows,
But the old log burner roars.

Your cozy and your happy,
not struggling, up all night
Cos the wood you got from Timberline
is just so quick to light. 🔥

Last time you tried to buy your wood,
from ol' mate down the lane,
He told you it way SUPER DRY,
You found it such a pain. 😐

You tried for half an hour,
to burn the stupid wood,
But turns out it was freshly split,
which simply isn't good. 😰

At Timberline we stand behind our "Dry Firewood".
If we sell it to you as dry, it will be dry and ready to burn today! 😊

Stay warm people! - 0800 FOR WOOD

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21 hours ago

Coming soon: Chicago. It’s showtime! *Win

Clarence St Theatre

Chicago, the second longest-running musical in Broadway history, is coming to Hamilton. It is a story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery, and treachery.

Bringing the show to life will be one of New Zealand’s most experienced and talented directors, David Sidwell. He’s assembled a cast of seasoned local performers and musicians who are all itching to get back on stage. He’ll be backed up by Music Director, Nick Braae and Choreographers Sonja McGirr-Garrett and Alexis Holmes.

Chicago opens at Clarence St Theatre on June 25th and runs for two weeks. Tickets are on sale at Ticketek.

Go in the draw to win 2 double pass tickets! Simply Like or Thank this post.
Book now

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