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ART & ART HISTORY

153-01 ART IN THE REAL WORLD: NZ ART 1920-1980 - Warren Feeney

Starts 24 August, 10.30 am - 12 noon, 3 Mondays, $18
The history of New Zealand art in the 20th century is generally a story about paintings held in the countrys public galleries. Yet, most New Zealanders experience of the arts has been in their homes and workplaces. Art in the Real World, discusses an alternative history of art that includes fabric design by Avis Higgs (1950s), illustration and design, (1930s-1940s) and contemporary jewellery (1990s). Warren Feeney is the co-director of Chambers241 gallery and artists studios in Christchurch and Adjunct Fellow in the School of Humanities at the University of Canterbury.


153-02 DRAWING - Nina Cook

Starts 29 July, 9.30 - 11.30 am, 8 Wednesdays, $66
In this course you will learn drawing fundamentals that will strengthen and complement your existing skill base. The aim is to grow both your knowledge and confidence and to assist in developing your individual style. Beginners are welcome, with the small class sizes allowing for some individual tuition. Nina is a working artist with substantial technical knowledge. She has taught drawing for over 13 years. Please bring A3 paper (at least 130gsm), 2B, 4B and 6B graphite pencils, a rubber, medium charcoal pencil, soft white charcoal pencil and a small bottle of Indian ink. Some additional media may be required as the class progresses and you become more adventurous!


153-03 PRINTMAKING - Diane Swain

Starts 27 July, 1 - 3 pm, 6 Mondays, $48
This course aims to develop your ideas for prints through drawing and experimenting with your printmaking techniques in relief prints, especially woodcuts and an introduction to stencils and screen-printing. A basic understanding of printmaking would be useful but not necessary. Beginners are welcome. We will supply a press, some inks, tools, plates/blocks, screens, other materials and papers. Please give the tutor $15 towards the cost of these materials and bring an old shirt and a 4B or 6B pencil. Diane was formerly an HoD of Art and Art History and an Education Officer at the Christchurch Art Gallery.


153-04 PORTRAIT DRAWING - Nina Cook

Starts 31 July, 10 am - 12 noon, 8 Fridays, $92
This course is suitable for those new to drawing through to mid-level artists. Limited class size insures individual tuition. You will: Learn useful drawing skills with the aim of growing in both knowledge and confidence and developing your individual style. Learn to identify, analyse and express ideas about the subject (the model). Develop at your own pace in a social environment, learning and interacting with each other. Models are provided and are included in the course fee. Nina is a working artist with substantial technical knowledge. She has taught drawing for over 13 years.


CURRENT & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

153-05 ASPECTS OF THE REBUILD: A CITY ON THE MOVE

Starts 19 August, 1.30 - 2.30 pm, 5 Wednesdays, gold coin donation
In this five week series we will be hearing from a variety of speakers about the movement of people around the city: both the movement of residents from one suburb to another, or in many cases out of the city altogether, but also the implications this has for future transport networks.
19 Aug Affordable Houses, Affordable Financing, and Subdivisions which support Community - Geoff Butcher, Economist, Co-operative Section Developer & Trustee of Community Housing Trust
26 Aug Delivering an Accessible City - Tim Cheesebrough, Senior Transport Planner, Assets and Networks Planning Unit, Christchurch City Council
2 Sep The movement from the East - Jeffrey Hill and Regine Lenser
9 Sep Is there a role for cycling in the future city? - Professor Simon Kingham, Professor of Geography, University of Canterbury
16 Sep tbc


153-06 SUPERFOODS AND FOOD SECURITY

Starts 15 August, 1 - 3 pm, 2 Saturdays, $16
Is it useful to classify foods as superfoods? From ancient grains to modern day genetically modified foods, this lecture will examine whether any foods deserve the title superfood from an evidence based medical science perspective. In the second lecture Dr Raizis will discuss ?Food Security in the 21st century, is there anything to worry about?' Land, soil, water, climate are all critical to the massive scale of current food production for human consumption. How can we protect these resources for us and future generations? Dr Raizis is a hospital scientist at Canterbury Health Laboratories involved in cancer molecular diagnostics and research.


DANCE

153-07 ISRAELI FOLK DANCING - Val Clements

Starts 29 July, 11.45 am - 1.15 pm, 8 Wednesdays, $48
Israeli Folk Dancing is ideal for improving ones general well-being. It is good exercise for physical fitness and pleasurable, because of the lovely music and learning to move with it. As one concentrates and tries to remember the different movements, it shuts out the rest of the day, which is both relaxing and counters stress. There are different styles from different parts of the world, some vigorous and some gentle and graceful, but all dances are written for joyful occasions. Val has been dancing and teaching Israeli Folk Dancing for twenty two years and the pleasure hasnt faded. No partners required.


ECONOMICS

153-08 ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS - Allen Cookson

Saturday 19 September, 1.30 - 4 pm, $8
In the finite world we inhabit, economic growth is unsustainable, yet compulsory papers for economics degrees promote continued economic growth. This is reflected in political policies favouring accelerating growth. We examine ways ecological economists think. How can humanity reduce its ecological footprint while improving its quality of life? Allen Cookson writes and speaks on sustainability, drawing on his tertiary education in science and economics.


ENVIRONMENT

153-09 THE AVON RIVER: ILLUSTRATED TALK - Hugh Thorpe

Tuesday 22 September, 1 - 2.30 pm, $6Hugh Thorpe is a Civil Engineer with a career-long interest in water engineering and science and is presently a community representative on the Christchurch-West Melton Zone Water Management Committee. He has acted as a guide for the Christchurch City Council on public tours from top to bottom of all of Christchurch's urban rivers. The illustrated talk will describe the history, ecology, hydrology and cultural background of the Avon River. The bus trip will follow the Avon from near the top to the Avon-Heathcote Estuary, stopping along the way to consider the history, river environment and its management. Time permitting there will be a side trip to the Travis wetland.


153-10 THE AVON RIVER: BUS TRIP - Hugh Thorpe

Tuesday 29 September, 10 am - 3 pm, $35
Start and finish at the WEA, bring your own lunch and thermos. You may enrol for one or both of these events. Combined cost is $41
Hugh Thorpe is a Civil Engineer with a career-long interest in water engineering and science and is presently a community representative on the Christchurch-West Melton Zone Water Management Committee. He has acted as a guide for the Christchurch City Council on public tours from top to bottom of all of Christchurch's urban rivers. The illustrated talk will describe the history, ecology, hydrology and cultural background of the Avon River. The bus trip will follow the Avon from near the top to the Avon-Heathcote Estuary, stopping along the way to consider the history, river environment and its management. Time permitting there will be a side trip to the Travis wetland.


153-11 SUSTAINABLE FARMING - various speakers

Starts 11 August, 1 - 2.30 pm, 5 Tuesdays, $30, free to members
11 Aug Permaculture and sustainable living: our journey at Hikuika Farm - Gilda Otway
18 Aug Future Farming Future Food - Steve Wratten, Professor of Ecology, Bio-Protection, Research Centre, Lincoln University
25 Aug The Balance Farm Environment Awards - Jocelyn Muller, Canterbury Regional Co-ordinator for the Awards, ECAN
1 Sep A scientists guide to transform dryland farming - Dr Derrick Moot, Professor of Plant Science, Lincoln University
8 Sep The Agropolis Urban Farm Project - Annelies Zwaan, Agropolis Project Co-ordinator


HEALTH

153-12 SLEEPING WELL - Veronika Gabel

Starts 17 August, 10 am - 12 noon, 5 Mondays, $41
Difficulties with sleep are increasingly common, and can have a big impact on our quality of life. Reasons can be diverse and complex, and there is no one size to fit all. In this course we will explore several aspects which can support or disrupt healthy sleep. Participants will be invited to reflect on their own patterns, and supported in discovering practical solutions. Veronika has worked as a counsellor and social worker in a range of health related settings, and has a passion for helping people to better understand their difficulties and achieve improved sleep and life quality. She has facilitated workshops on this over the last 10 years.


153-13 TAI CHI, QIGONG AND HARA BODY ALIGNMENT – Geraldine Parkes

Starts 11 August, 2 - 3 pm, 6 Tuesdays, $24
Tai Chi was developed from Qigong, which has always maintained the aim of health and well-being. Thousands of forms of Qigong have developed over the last 5000 years in China. Qigong uses easy-to-learn movements to guide the mind to draw in and replenish Qi. The movements increase flexibility, balance and co-ordination, the Qi heals and energises, and the whole activity brings deep relaxation and a calm and focussed mind. Hara refers to an area of power within the physical body that contains the tan tien - your core or centre of gravity. This is also a falls prevention programme. All welcome. Class size limited to 15. If there is sufficient demand a second (Beginners only) class will be set up for Wednesday at 1.30 - 2.30 pm.


HISTORY & CULTURAL STUDIES

153-14 BUILDING BRIDGES TO ISLAM - various speakers

Starts 1 August, 10.30 am - 12 noon, 5 Saturdays, $30
This course aims to foster conversations that explore the diverse and multidimensional facets of Islam. It explores critical topics related to Islam and Muslims in a globalised word and features a diversity of speakers from different academic backgrounds. Topics to be covered include the main concepts and principles of Islam; the social and economic aspect; schools of thought and sectarian conflict; Islamic architecture; science and technology. The presenters include Dr Mohammed Alayan, Dr Bader Albdaiwi, Mr Ahmed Hader, Mr Abbad Almutairi, Dr Hassan Ibrahim, Mr Hisham Eldai, Dr Mohammed Aljabawe.


153-15 WEST COUNTRY IMPRESSIONS - Philip Ferguson

Saturday 5 September, 1 - 5 pm, $16
This Saturday afternoon course is in two parts; firstly we visit some of the most beautiful parts of the West Country, including Bath, Dartmoor, Newquay, the Minack and look at their history and current status. In the second part, we look at stories of working peoples experiences in the region, using some songs from several albums by the magnificent Devon musician Seth Lakeman as points of departure. These stories range from the Tolepuddle Martyrs to the suicide of a servant impregnated by the young master, to a friendly fire incident in WW2 to a depiction of the life of a woman miner in nineteenth century Cornwall.


HOME & GARDEN

153-16 MORE MOROCCAN - Rita Yosef

Starts 3 August, 11.30 am - 1.30 pm, 3 Mondays, $59
Learn how to cook using the rich flavours, spices and ingredients of North Africa. Enhance your knowledge, your food preparation skills and learn something of the history of food in this part of the world. Watch food preparation during class sessions and try the unique dishes. This course will include both theory and demonstration including special tagine dishes, salads and desserts for your lunches and dinners. Rita Yosef is a qualified chef who lived in Israel for over 31 years before making New Zealand her home. Rita has had a life-long interest in food and has her own catering business, My Home Chef, catering for private functions and families.


153-17 PRACTICAL ORGANIC HOME GARDENING - Lily White

Starts 12 August, 6 - 7.30 pm, 6 Wednesdays, $40
This practical course will teach you about the basics of organic gardening including the following topics: soil life, compost, worms, Bokashi and liquid fertilisers; permaculture; pests and diseases; raised beds, square foot gardens; crop rotation, companion planting and intercropping; community gardening and community building. Come prepared to get your hands dirty! Lily White has been gardening organically for 40 years and has done formal training at Christchurch Polytechnic. For the past 18 years she has been running the Kids Edible Gardening programme. Her specialty topic is garden design.


LANGUAGES

153-18 INTRODUCTORY LATIN: STAGE 3 - Andrew Moore

Starts 14 August, 1 - 2.30 pm, 5 Fridays, $30
The course aims to build on the work that was covered in the previous courses. It will continue to introduce some of the sentence structures and grammatical constructions that are peculiar to Latin, in a way that would enable participants to translate simple Latin texts into English. It will also touch on aspects of Roman life and history that should help to put the study of the language into context. Andrew completed a B.A. (Hons) degree, in Classics, at the University of Canterbury in 2009 and is currently teaching Latin at Kirkwood Intermediate School.


LITERATURE

153-19 CREATIVE WRITING – FICTION – Helen Hogan

Starts 29 July, 10 am - 12 noon, 8 Wednesdays, $64
In this course students study the short story genre by reading to each other the stories they write and, through discussion, consider the many aspects and varieties of the form. The course is intended for people who have already found pleasure in writing and want to build on and extend existing skills. Helen Hogan is a writer and teacher.


153-20 MARK TWAIN AND HUCKLEBERRY FINN - Grant Pheloung

Starts 11 August, 10.30 am - 12 noon, 5 Tuesdays, $30
This course is a chance to examine the life of Mark Twain and his often-misunderstood novel Huckleberry Finn which Ernest Hemingway called the true beginning of American literature. Grant Pheloung has a PhD from Auburn University in Alabama where he taught in the ?Great Books' programme.


153-21 THE SHORT STORY: A MODERNIST ART FORM - John Wall

Starts 27 July, 10 am - 12 noon, 3 Mondays, $24
The short story is one of the pre-eminent art forms of the modern period, as evident in the work of authors like Chekhov, Joyce and Kafka. In this course we will look at the way these authors combine lyrical and narrative art forms to generate powerful and enduring expressions of everyday life. We shall read a selection of works by middle to late twentieth-century writers like Sean O Faolain, Italo Calvino, Albert Camus, Alice Munro, Anne Enright and Ray Bradbury, exploring themes of loss, love, fantasy, the absurd and politics. John Wall lives in Christchurch and commutes to Kabul, where he is Associate Professor of English at the American University of Afghanistan.


BOOK DISCUSSION SCHEME (FWEA)

If you enjoy reading and want to join an existing book group or start up your own, the FWEA Book Discussion Scheme is the place to start! We lend out sets of more than 800 titles, from non-fiction to the latest page-turners. Groups read the same book and receive discussion notes to help get the conversation going. $60 for 10 books a year; student and half-programmes also available ($45/$30). Website www.bds.org.nz Email: bds@bds.org.nz or phone us on 365 6210.

DIY PLAY READING

D-I-Y Play Reading group meets Thursdays 10 am - 12 noon. Phone Wendy 352 7119 for more info.

MAORI

153-22 TE REO MAORI FOR BEGINNERS - Damien Taylor

Friday 31 July, 12 - 2 pm, free with optional koha
Its Te Wiki o te Reo Maori - Maori Language Week. Come along to this introductory session where youll learn some Maori basics and find out more about Ako Maori a series of night classes in Te Reo Maori developed by Regan Stokes, Damien Taylor, Joshua Toki and Jamie Stevenson in Otautahi Christchurch. You may decide to go on to attend the introductory course Ako Tuatahi (First Learning) and the follow on course Ako Tuarua. The courses are grammar focused stating from a beginner level (including use of waiata and karakia) and look closely at the tikanga or deeper meanings of the words and sentence structures to give a strong foundational understanding. Find out when and where theyre happening at this introductory session.


TE REO MAORI

TE REO MAORI: An eight-week introductory course in Maori language and customs is being offered by Risingholme Community Centre in three different locations in Term 3 2015. This evening course (6.30 - 8.30 pm) has a strong focus on speaking and understanding spoken Te Reo Maori. It is aimed at providing beginners with knowledge of basic greetings to more complex sentences. The class will also provide an opportunity for the more advanced to support the beginners and practise and increase their skill in speaking, listening and understanding. Waiata (songs), tikanga (culture), karakia (prayers) and mihi (introductions) will be covered together with oral/aural and reading/writing skills. The course starts on Tuesday 28 July at Christchurch Girls High; Wednesday 29 July at Riccarton High School or Thursday 30 July at Shirley Boys High School. For further information contact Risingholme Community Centre, phone 332 7359; email: info@risingholme.org.nz or go online to: risingholme.org.nz


MUSIC

153-23 ITALIAN SINGING - Claudia Lues

Starts 30 July, 12 - 1 pm, 8 Thursdays, $37
When you think of Italy, surely good food and music come to mind. Learn to sing beautiful Italian songs, both modern and classics, and learn the language at the same time. Claudia is Italian and grew up with a love for her culture and its music. She has conducted and sung in choirs and has been familiar with the stage throughout her life. She would love to share her passion of Italian music with you. From artists such as Andrea Boccelli, Gianni Morandi and many others, let your heart sing and for an hour be transported to ITALIA. Ciao!


153-24 RHYTHM GUITAR - Claudia Lues

Starts 6 August, 10.30 - 11.30 am, 6 Thursdays, $24
Find that dusty guitar that may be lying around the house somewhere, and learn to play it! Claudia will teach you to make a friend of your instrument, an inspiration that will keep you hours of company and lift your spirit. Come and learn to play rhythm guitar to familiar easy tunes. The course will cover, becoming familiar with your guitar; posture and strumming techniques; chord introduction; applying chords to easy tunes; playing with backup accompaniments and professional vocals.


153-25 SINGING FOR PLEASURE - David OBeirne

Starts 4 August, 12 noon - 1 pm, 8 Tuesdays, $37
Learn the basics of vocal production and sing a selection of different types of songs, both unison and two-part, if a balance of voices is available. David is Musical Director of Schola Cantorum and a choral tutor for primary schools around the Canterbury region. He is a member of the NBR (National Business Review) New Zealand Opera chorus and appears regularly as a soloist around Canterbury and New Zealand. A firm believer in the health and fitness benefits of singing well, David is firmly committed to helping all singers achieve their full potential.


NEW BRIGHTON COURSES

153-34 SIT AND BE FIT – Katrina McKenzie

Starts 27 July, 1 - 2 pm, 8 Mondays, $24, enrol at the WEA, held at St Faiths, 46 Hawke St
These exercise classes teach gentle movements, with low cardio stress. A little bit of brain gym is included and we try to incorporate some balance and breathing instruction. The classes are lots of fun as we sing along to the music, with a big focus on safety. Loose clothing and sensible supporting shoes are essential. The class is divided into mostly seated and a little standing, (though all exercises can be done sitting). Katrina has been a group fitness instructor for the past four years, mainly working with community based classes.


153-35 TAI CHI, QIGONG AND HARA BODY ALIGNMENT - Geraldine Parkes

Starts 10 August, 1 - 2 pm, 6 Mondays, $30, at the Union Parish Hall, cnr Collingwood & Uniion Sts, enrol at WEA
Tai Chi was developed from Qigong, which has always maintained the aim of health and well-being. Thousands of forms of Qigong have developed over the last 5000 years in China. Qigong uses easy-to-learn movements to guide the mind to draw in and replenish Qi. The movements increase flexibility, balance and co-ordination, the Qi heals and energises, and the whole activity brings deep relaxation and a calm and focussed mind. Hara refers to an area of power within the physical body that contains the tan tien - your core or centre of gravity. This is also a falls prevention programme. All welcome.


153-36 UKULELE BEGINNERS – Kerry McCammon

Starts 11 August, 1 - 2 pm, 6 Tuesdays, $19, enrol at the WEA, held at St Faiths, 46 Hawke St
Sing-a-long; learn to tune a ukulele; learn basic chords and strums; learn common patterns and songs. Some ukuleles supplied. Kerry McCammon has been teaching and performing for over 30 years. He has toured extensively throughout NZ, England and Japan as part of the Natural Magic Theatre Company. A qualified High School and ESOL teacher, Kerry has found the ukulele to be the ideal instrument to facilitate all kinds of group singing and celebration.


PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

153-26 COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION - Christopher Musgrave

Introductory Sessions: Tuesday 4 August, 1.30 - 4 pm, $10With practice in a safe, nurturing space, we can develop our skills and our capacity to communicate more effectively and peacefully. Incorporating the principles of Non-Violent Communication (NVC). The Virtues Project, the Law of Attraction In Action, Meditation and Co-counselling, we will apply ourselves in practice to situations in our own lives, to find resolution of issues and ultimately happiness in all our relationships. Christopher is a Life Coach and choir leader, and has been using these principles in groups and one-to-one for over nine years. He is passionate about communication and community.


153-27 COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION - Christopher Musgrave

153-27 Saturday 8 August, 1 - 3.30 pm, $10 With practice in a safe, nurturing space, we can develop our skills and our capacity to communicate more effectively and peacefully. Incorporating the principles of Non-Violent Communication (NVC). The Virtues Project, the Law of Attraction In Action, Meditation and Co-counselling, we will apply ourselves in practice to situations in our own lives, to find resolution of issues and ultimately happiness in all our relationships. Christopher is a Life Coach and choir leader, and has been using these principles in groups and one-to-one for over nine years. He is passionate about communication and community.


153-28 COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION - Christopher Musgrave

Course starts Saturday 15 August, 1 - 3.30 pm, 4 sessions at fortnightly intervals, $40
With practice in a safe, nurturing space, we can develop our skills and our capacity to communicate more effectively and peacefully. Incorporating the principles of Non-Violent Communication (NVC). The Virtues Project, the Law of Attraction In Action, Meditation and Co-counselling, we will apply ourselves in practice to situations in our own lives, to find resolution of issues and ultimately happiness in all our relationships. Christopher is a Life Coach and choir leader, and has been using these principles in groups and one-to-one for over nine years. He is passionate about communication and community.


153-29 SHARING OUR LIFE STORIES - Rodney Routledge

Starts 7 August, 12 noon - 2 pm, 8 Fridays, $32
Each one of us has a story to tell of the particular life journey we have been on. It is often not until we share it with others that we begin to appreciate what a rich and varied life journey we have been on. Over lunch (bring your own) each group member will be encouraged to share their particular life story with the other members. Rodney is a skilled group facilitator, who has many years' experience of facilitating community groups. He will provide a simple format to assist group members in marshalling their thoughts to share. Group size limited to ten.


153-30 WILLPOWER, HABITS AND BEHAVIOUR CHANGE - Cathie Edwards

Starts 3 August, 7 - 8.30 pm, 6 Mondays, $36
Learn practical, evidence-based strategies to help you change your behaviour and extend your willpower. Find out what academic research in recent years has discovered about how willpower works and habits are formed. The scientific research that this class is based on, has helped people change their behaviour in a diverse range of fields including exercise, diet, procrastination, stopping smoking, saving money and reducing clutter. Cathie is a professional life coach who works predominantly with clients who want a healthy lifestyle. She loves helping people reach their goals and is keen to spread the knowledge that has been discovered about willpower and habits.


PHILOSOPHY

153-31 THE LEGALITY OF LEGALITY: PHILOSOPHY AND THE LAW - Michael Couch

Starts 12 August, 10 am - 12 noon, 5 Wednesdays, $40
In this course we discuss various assumptions that underlie our, and other, legal and justice systems. This will include: What should laws be based on? What justifies the laws we use to make other laws? Why should we be innocent till proven guilty? Is legal and right the same thing, and if not then what should take priority? Michael Couch is completing his PhD in the Philosophy of Education and has a background in History and Classical Studies. He has been tutoring since 2004.


LIVING IN THE PRESENT: A ONE CHANCE LIFE

This WEA group is now meeting monthly on the fourth Saturday of the month at 10 am - 12 noon, gold coin donation Many people today have no church or faith commitment, but remain very interested in the important questions of life, death and making sense of life in the present. They also believe that part of developing a full humanity is to work to make the world a more just and fair place. Such a perspective can be called secular humanism. It is based on the premise that all we have is the living of our own brief lives and we do not have immortal souls. We each have a one chance life. Phone Rodney 377 5011 for more information.


RECREATION

153-32 MAH JONG

Tuesdays, 10 am - 12 noon, $2 donation per session
This fun and challenging game continues every Tuesday. If you have your own set please bring it along, otherwise just come along and join a bunch of friendly people having fun. Beginners welcome.


THE WORLD

153-33 ARMCHAIR TRAVEL - various speakers

Starts 30 July, 10.30 - 11.30 am, 8 Thursdays, $32
30 Jul Cycling in Japan: A Mission to Secure a World Peace Bell for New Zealand - Roy Sinclair
6 Aug Luxury in London - Allan Schroeder
13 Aug Working with Volunteer Service Abroad in Timor-Leste - Bill Hardie
20 Aug The Yellowstone National Park in Winter - Richard Chandler
27 Aug The Challenges of Cambodia Today - Brenda Crocker
3 Sep The Trans-Mongolian Railway - Bob Gumbrell
10 Sep Wandering Round Europe in a Van - Wendy Butcher
17 Sep Spring at Sissinghurst - Margaret Lovell-Smith


WEA CLUBS & BRANCHES

WEA FIELD CLUB

Monthly trips on 3rd Saturday.
An established group to encourage outdoor activity and the enjoyment of natural history and the beauty of the countryside. Phone Barbara, 355 2040.

WEA NORTH WEST BRANCH

Meets at St Margarets, 94 Farrington Avenue. Fridays 10-11.30 am. $4 per session.
A variety of tutors speak on a wide range of topics. For full programme details phone Jan 351 9796.
31 Jul Are You Ready? - Fleur McDonald, Associate, Harmans Lawyers
7 Aug Gallipoli - Ian Capill
14 Aug Mobile Presentation - Aspire Canterbury - Shannon Morris
21 Aug Airways NZ - Kim Smith
28 Aug Introduction to Medication - Management Service - Kathryn Snook
4 Sep Public Realm Team - Anchor Projects - Rob Kerr - CERA
11 Sep Westpac Helicopter Trust - Kerry Nolan

WEA OUTDOOR PAINTING CLUB

Meets Saturday mornings at previously arranged painting places.
Programme displayed at WEA Centre or by mail. Phone Judith 337 5235 or Jeanie 381 8119.


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