56 days ago

Come learn about Living Sustainably at Khandallah Town Hall 29 October 7-9pm

Nicola McFaull from Onslow Residents' Community Association

We are looking forward to hearing Rachel Benefield talk about her plastic free life and how you can live sustainably at our Learning to Live Sustainably evening at the Khandallah Town Hall on Tuesday, 29 October from 7-9pm at the Khandallah Town Hall. Have a peek at Rachel’s plastic free life.

This is a free event and all are welcome. We are encouraging people to register with Event Brite so we know how many people are coming. Everyone who registers goes to into the draw to win a beeswax wrap set. You can register at www.eventbrite.co.nz...

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2 hours ago

Wadestown Playgroup Family Fun Day - 16 February 2020

The Team from Wadestown Playgroup

It's getting closer to our biggest event of the year! Put Family Fun Day in your calendar - Sunday, 16 February, from 11am to 1pm.

This year we will have TWO giant bubble shows from 'POP: Big Bubble Events' - you might have seen them at A Very Welly Christmas. Also bouncy castles, sausage sizzles, face painting, Mr Whippy and more.

Our Family Fun Day isn't just about Playgroup, it also brings the whole community together for a fun day out. Everyone is welcome.

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2 days ago

GALIT MAXWELL POTTERY - OPEN STUDIO

Galit from Karori

OPEN STUDIO
Handmade tableware plus great seconds for sale.
Sunday 15th
10am to 3pm
22 Thurleigh Grove Karori
www.galitmaxwell.com...
Instagram@galitmaxwell

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2 days ago

Catnip for pain relief

Caitlin from Northland

Hi all, a friend of mine has a beloved cat that is on “cage arrest” for the next month due to surgery not being possible to fix a fractured leg. While they were at the vet they noticed her cage was stuffed full with catnip and when questioned the reply was that it was a great natural pain relief.
This cat is a trooper but we can all see she is still struggling from time to time so I’m writing in hope someone may be growing catnip or even have a few seeds that we can plant ourselves.
I personally would be more than happy to provide finance for anything that could be given but of course donations will be welcomed with open arms.

Cheers, Caitlin.