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Wednesday 6 August

7.30 pm

Parnell Community Ctre, 545 Parnell Rd.

Thursday 7 August

7.30 pm

Avondale Deaf Association, 1836 Gt North Rd

Friday 8 August

12.30 pm

Mt Eden War Memorial Hall, 486 Dominion Rd

Monday, 11 August

7.30 pm

Onehunga Community Centre, 83 Church St

Tuesday, 12 August

7.30 pm

Freeman¹s Bay Community Centre, Hepburn St

Wednesday 13 August

7.30 pm

Otahuhu Town Hall, 10 High St

Saturday, 16 August

12.30 pm

St Heliers - Tamaki Ex-Services Assn Hall, cnr Turua & Polygon Sts,

Sunday, 17 August

2.00 pm

Waiheke - Ostend War Memorial Hall

Monday 18 August

8.00 pm

3 Kings Fickling Convention Ctre, 546 Mt Albert Rd

Friday, 22 August

12.30 pm

Central City Pioneer Women¹s Hall, 2 Freyberg Pl

MARCH Saturday 23 August 2003

Assemble 11.30 am, QEII Square, March 12 pm

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