Western Leader : December 10th 2010
12 WESTERN LEADER, DECEMBER 10, 2010 CMDental Christmas Special Each Filling or simple extractions $10 0 until 24th December 09 835 3026 95 Lincoln Rd, Henderson 76 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE - HENDERSON PH 836 1616 www.hendersonglass.co.nz Visit our showroom • GLASS CUT TO SIZE • GLASS REPAIRS • AUTO GLAZING • MIRROR • FRAMELESS SHOWERS • TABLE TOPS • GLASS BALUSTRADES • GLAZING OPEN DURING CHRISTMAS Open Saturday morning • Except for Public Holidays Open Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm Saturday 9am - 12pm GIVE US A BREAK! 4 models to choose from No need for a boat, not dependent on wind. Just like surfcasting but gets your line out beyond the breakers - where the fish are! 41 Veronica St, New Lynn, Auckland T: (09) 827 1421 F: (09) 827 3829 E: email@example.com W: www.fishingtorpedo.co.nz Buy the unit on its own or the complete package including the trolley. Fits into the boot of the average family car and is very popular with 4WD owners. The Revolutionary WE ARE HERE! 114 Patiki Rd, Avondale Opening Hours: Over the break we will be closed xmas weekend (all 4 days) and new years day. Cash, Eftpos and Credit Cards only -- sorry no cheques. Offer only applies to Residential Customers Patiki Road Refuse Transfer Station YES! We are open to the public Handy to the motorway. No queues! Summer Special Bring in your Gold Card & Community Card and receive 10% off OFFER AVAILABLE TO 31st January 2011 Pay only for what you drop off! Min Charge applies then $17 (GST Inclusive) per 100kgs you drop off This offer is only available to cars, station wagons, trailer, vans, utes 16 Railside Ave Henderson Ph 836 3494 Great Christmas Needlecraft Gift Ideas BEADS TAPESTRIES X STITCH Gift Vouchers Any Value Disney Latch Hook Kits $49.20- $131.50 NEW ADDRESS A Matangi Dance Troupe Bringing a taste of the South Pacific to your event. Contact Helen Tariau 09 833 8838 027 326 2833 firstname.lastname@example.org Live Drums Graceful Dancers Stunning Costumes Beautiful Melodies Lighting effects Interactive Can't afford a trip to Rarotonga? Let us bring Rarotonga to you.... Available for functions, birthdays, special events, weddings etc Survive the school holidays So you're looking at the calendar and there are a whole lot of days stre- tching ahead of you where you're going to have to deal with the kids not being at school. How can you do it and save your sanity, not to mention your budget? Here are some top tips: Plan, plan and plan -- but be flexible: One of the secrets to holiday survival is to be as well organised as you can but flexible enough to go with the flow. Work out ahead of time what you might want to go and do during the holidays and when. Working with the kids, come up with ideas for holiday activities around the house, around the neighbourhood and treats like going to the movies, the local swim- ming pool or a day-trip to a zoo or beach. Then write down on a calendar -- you can photocopy the page in advance if you like -- the dates when you'll do each of these things. Don't forget to include visits to friends' houses or having visitors to your place and plan some rainy day activities just in case. Pin the calendar on the wall so everyone knows what's happening and when. If the kids act up, this can be a useful tool to remind them of what they may miss out on if they continue to misbehave. If you return to work before the holidays end, make sure you have made suitable arrange- ments for your kids. Hol- iday programmes, holidays with family or friends in other cities or arranging for someone to have the kids each day need to be decided in advance. How about working out a holiday programme' among your friends and neighbours where you take turns to have all the kids one day a week? Set a budget: Holiday fun doesn't have to mean spending money. Some suggestions for low and no cost activities include taking a trip to the park to play on the swings and climbing frames; feeding the ducks; going to the local library and taking some story books out; making and flying a kite; going on a bushwalk; visiting the museum; visiting a marina and, on a rainy day, putting on raincoats and gumboots and splashing in puddles.
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