Dolls House and Miniatures Exhibition.
Saturday 19th September
St Peters Church Hall Hillside Rd
10am - 4pm
Spring Meeting - Tuesday 15 September 2015 – 7.30 pm at the
Edgar Learning Centre, John McGlashan College, 2 Pilkington Street, Maori Hill, Dunedin
How did YOU come to be here, in Dunedin, New Zealand? – If you would like to tell us in a few words – 2 to 3 minutes – about your Shetland/Orkney ancestry this is your opportunity, and we would all like to hear.
In addition perhaps wear or bring something from Shetland/Orkney, maybe clothing, jewellery or whatever and you may like to tell us about it.
The meeting will finish with supper, and it would be appreciated if you could bring a small plate of finger food to share.
All Shetlanders and Orcadians and others who are interested are very welcome.
For further information phone Alan 476-3462 or Elaine 466-7314
Where: Logan Park High School, 74 Butts Rd, North Dunedin, Dunedin
Ticket Information: Workshop Admission: $0.00
The S.A.F.E Self Defence workshops are a friendly, educational environment, where instructors know that some of the participants may have already been a victim, they know not to spend too much time talking and utilise as much time as possible demonstrating and practising.
So what sort of things can you expect to learn at the two day workshops?
You learn the vital parts of the body - parts of the body that are vulnerable & easy to attack
Learn how to defend yourself against slaps, punches, pushes & grabs
Learn to defend yourself against headlock's, hair grabbing, wrist grabs
Learn how to defend against static knife hold-ups
Learn how to defend yourself against choke holds
Learn how to block an attack confidently
Learn how to use your hands, legs, knees & elbows
Learn to defend yourself against many other types of attacks with confidence
Learn Awareness, Avoidance and De-Escalation skills plus lots lots more...
Each of the techniques is easy to learn, easy to remember and easy to execute
At the S.A.F.E workshop we do not teach you how to go toe to toe with an attacker, or how to trade punches and kicks with someone. S.A.F.E teaches you how to avoid certain situations, to become aware of the environment around you, but most of all it teaches you how to protect yourself or a loved one, should you find yourselves being attacked or assaulted.
This is the fifth year that we've been running the free workshops for the community, all you need to take with you is a positive attitude, comfortable clothing, a drinks bottle and towel plus something to eat during the breaks.
Starts 10.00am finishes at 4.00pm both days
For more details contact Charlie at (SAFE Self Defence & Close Quarters Combat) on:
Telephone: 09 536 6367
Mobile: 027 368 9245
Note: You only need to register for the Saturday class, this will cover you for both Saturday & Sunday. The workshop runs over a two day period, it is advisable to attend both days as the syllabus is different.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
12 noon - 1.30pm
Guest Speaker: Dr Lynley Hood from VICTA, a support group for low vision and vision impaired people.
McNab Meeting Room, Third Floor, Dunedin Public Library, The Octagon
Inquiries: Chris Ford (Kaituitui/Community Networker) 476 7579 or 027 696 0872.
The International Plastic Modellers Society Dunedin is hosting the Nationals Competition in October and welcome the public of Dunedin to view the wide variety of plastic models that will be on display.
A special feature will be a display commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
The event is being held at the Westpac Bowls Stadium 38 Tahuna Road, Dunedin.
Open hours are 10am to 3:30pm Daily.
For more information : http://ipmsdunedin.weebly.com/2015-ipms-nationals.html
A free service to local clubs and community organisations. We run weekly clinics on Monday from 5-7pm and every second Wednesday from 9-11am during the university term.
Any queries about accounting are answered by a team of final year accounting students under the supervision of volunteer chartered accountants.
To book your clinic time please visit: http://dca.org.nz/ or call 471 6177 and ask about Dunedin Community Accounting.
The Kowhai Centre is a Social Services that was established in 2001 to provide free counselling support to the Community and provide students of the Bachelor of Social Services with the opportunity to work with people who require supportive counselling in a learning environment.
The Kowhai Centre offers support in -
Relationships, Grief and Loss, Stress, Parenting, self esteem, planning and goal setting, life changes and therapeutic groups.
Hours - Wednesdays 5-8pm
All appointments are free of charge. Donations accepted.
email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 03 479 6198 or 0800 762 786 for bookings.