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AEL as @ 27 March 2011
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Forthcoming events over the next two weeks

Fuller details and later events below. Events are in Harare unless stated otherwise.

HIFA 2001
  • Join hifAmigos now (closing date extended to 31 March)
  • Under African Sky @ Tunsgate Shopping Centre (2 April)
  • Dance workshops @ Harry Margolis Hall (15–20 April)
  • Retro @ La Finca (30 March)
  • Marden Singers Easter concert (1 & 2 April)
  • Celebrity Subscription Concert @ Harare International School (3 April)
  • Rent @ Reps Theatre (6–16 April)
  • Book Café & Mannenberg (to 2 April)

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
  • Andrew Sherwood (violin), Jeanette Micklem (piano) (29 March)
  • Downton Abbey (31 March, 7 & 14 April)
  • P.D.Q.Bach: The Abduction of Figaro (1 April)
  • iThemba (2 April)
  • Peterhouse Choir, Jazz Band and marimbas (8 April)

  • Facsimiles of Energy  @ Gallery Delta (29 March to 13 April)
  • Exhibition @ Totem Shumba (31 March & 1 April)
  • Exhibitions @ National Gallery, Harare (March)
  • Floral Art Competition & Music and Flowers Show @ Chisipite Junior School (9–10 April)
  • The Rise of New Media in Africa @ Book Café (31 March)
  • Humble Boy @ Reps Theatre Upstairs (to 2 April)
  • Food and Book Fair @ Doon Estate (26 March)
  • Kids In Front Of the Camera Workshop (12–14 April)
  • Mountain Club of Zimbabwe (April)
  • Celebrity Subscription Concerts: AGM (7 April)
  • Association of Complementary Health Practitioners (12 April)

Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa): 26 April – 1 May <info@hifa.co.zw>
NIAA Speech and Drama Festival: 30 May – 15 June <mailto:niaa@yoafrica.com>
International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF): 18–26 November (Harare); 1–3 December (Bulawayo) <mailto:wfoz@mango.zw>


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HIFA 2001

Join hifAmigos now (closing date extended to 31 March)
HIFA invites Zimbabweans everywhere to ENGAGE - with one another, with communities, with artists and artistic expression, with our multi-cultural, multi-lingual society, get involved, and CELEBRATE.  Celebrate our country, our strong, resilient people, our extraordinarily talented artists, our culture and our creativity.  
As a hifAmigo you enjoy preferential early booking, discounts on all tickets, entry to the festive Rooney's Green Room where you can rub shoulders with the stars, and more.
Categories - Junior Amigo age 5-12, Young Amigo age 13-19, General Amigo age 20-59, Concessionary Amigo age 60 and up.
Troubadour Amigos (age 19 and up) pay a higher subscription and enjoy even more benefits - free entrance to ALL Telecel Main Stage Shows with Guaranteed Priority Seating there, Priority Queuing at specified venues, the first day of Box Office opening for Troubadour Amigos ONLY, a dedicated Troubadour Counter at Box Offices through the Festival, 20% discount on two tickets for all shows, and more.
For full details of the benefits in each category, and to join, visit The Wendy House, 22 Natal Rd, Avondale, Mon to Fri 09.30 -16.00, Sat 9.30 to 12.30, or email hifAmigos at <mailto:amigos@hifa.co.zw> for information and soft copy forms.
HIFA 2011 - 26 April to 1 May - The Engagement Party


Under African Sky @ Tunsgate Shopping Centre (2 April)
A fund-raiser towards the visit to Zimbabwe by Pascal Hulin, a very famous Tap dancer from Germany, who will be conducting workshops at the Harry Margolis Hall in April 2011.
Dinner, Cabaret, "Jungle Juice", Music, Dancing & Fun
Saturday 2 April, 6.30 for  7pm start, Tunsgate Shopping Centre, Northwood, Harare.
$20 a head for Adults - Table of 10;  $10 a head for children (they will have their own chairs)
There will be a Cash Bar.
DVD set up in studio for children after cabaret
Phone for Bookings - Mitzi Carruthers 0772-268930, or Natalie 0773-588054
Book your table Now - Tickets are going fast

Dance workshops @ Harry Margolis Hall (15–20 April)
Pascal Hulin and Melanie Oster (both well-known accomplished dancers from Europe) will be in Harare in the second half of April 2011 (school holidays). Pascal will conduct workshops in tap, and Melanie will conduct workshops in jazz and hip-hop.
Beginners and Experienced Dancers of all ages are welcome
Where: Harry Margolis Hall, Lezard Ave, Milton Park, Harare
When: 15, 16, 18, 19, 20 April, 9.30 - 11am and 11.30am - 1pm
Cost: $10 per workshop
For more information, phone Mitzi Carruthers on 0772-268930
Show: On Thursday, 21 April, at 7pm at the Harry Margolis Hall - $10 Entrance


Retro @ La Finca (30 March)
Retro, clarinet and piano duo combining the talents of John Kelly and Annette Eastwood, presents a series of  five themed mini-concerts, the first of which takes place on 30 March at La Finca Spanish restaurant, Nyangare Tsungo Road (off Rolfe Avenue, Borrowdale).
The 2011 season of Musical Flavours will present a different theme each time, starting with a selection of classics from South America and Spain, from Albeniz to Herb Alpert, and Spanish cuisine.
Tickets, $35 single, include a welcoming cocktail and canapes, and a full tapas buffet after the concert in La Finca's Mediterranean courtyard, under the stars. Cash Bar. Dress: Spanish. A percentage of the takings will be donated to the ZSPCA.
A mid-week event, it begins at 6.30 for 7pm. Tickets available from 14 March through Piu Mosso Music - tel 304298, Rolfe Valley Gym, or Annette Eastwood cell no. 0774 108427.

Marden Singers Easter concert (1 & 2 April)
The Marden Singers are pleased to present a programme of contemplative sacred music for Easter, featuring Gabriel Faure's Messe Basse and John Stainer's The Crucifixion.
Friday, 1 April at 7 pm in Arundel School Chapel, Mount Pleasant, Harare.
Saturday, 2 April at 3 pm in the Dutch Reformed Church, Samora Machel Avenue, central Harare (with secure parking).
The concert features outstanding Zimbabwean performers and is conducted by Choir Director Margot Dennis and accompanied by the country's leading organist Ruth Chard.
Tickets cost $10, which includes refreshments (concessionary pricing is available - enquire on arrival).
Contact <mailto:rosie@wildimaginings.net> if you need further information.

Celebrity Subscription Concert @ Harare International School (3 April)
Announces its second concert of the 2011 season. Sunday, 3 April at 4 pm at the HIS auditorium.
Please note that this will be an extra concert, for which tickets have to be bought, also by Celebs members with the exception of Red Carpet members.
Andrew Sherwood, violin; Jeanette Micklem, piano
Tickets at US$ 10.00 each at The Spotlight and at the Hall on the day from 3.45 pm.

Antonín Dvorak (1841-1904) Sonatina in G Major, Op.100
Joaquin Turina (1882-1949) Violin Sonata No.2, Op.82 - 'Sonata española'
Arvo Pärt (b.1935) Fratres† (1980)
Jenö Hubay (1858-1937) Bolero, Op.51, No.3
Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962) Mélodie (after Gluck)
Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908) Zigeunerweisen Op.20

Andrew Sherwood,  born in Kenya and brought up in Zimbabwe, started violin studies as a teenager with the legendary Leo Birsen.
After his studies for violin and composition at the Royal College of Music he taught briefly in Bulawayo before returning to Britain where he joined the orchestra at Covent Garden, also freelancing with many British orchestras.
He has travelled extensively in Eastern Europe, the United States, the Far East and Africa. Teaching has always been an imported part of his professional life and he had been Professor of Violin at Trinity College of Music for 20 years.
During this visit to Zimbabwe he will adjudicate the 2011 Eisteddfod as well as give concerts in Bulawayo and Harare.
Jeanette Micklem obtained an Honours Degree in History at London University and was awarded a four year scholarship at the Royal College of Music, studying under pianist Bernard Roberts.
After her return to Zimbabwe she has made her name as performer, accompanist and teacher within the Southern African region, partnering many international musicians, including Hagai Shaman, Ivry Gitlis, Tasmin Little, Wissam Boustany, Elizabeth and Raphael Wallfish and many others.
She has made successful tours to the United States, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Russia  as well as Australia and New Zealand.
We welcome her return to the Celebs concert stage.

Rent @ Reps Theatre (6–16 April)
Reps Theatre main stage: Jonathan Larson's award-winning musical Rent, one of the most acclaimed stage and screen musicals of the past 20 years, in its debut performance in Zimbabwe. Directed by Zane E Lucas and starring Josh Ansley, Zoran Zec, Desiree Mostert, Erin Housam, Patrick Barrett, Kirby Chipembere, David Bvumbe and Tina Masawi. Reps main stage from April 6 to 16.
The theatrical treat of the year. Advance booking now open at The Spotlight (tel 308159 – open Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm, Sat 9am to 12 noon).

Book Café & Mannenberg (to 2 April)
Fife Avenue Shopping Mall (upstairs), cnr. Fife Ave. / 6th Street, Harare (access upstairs parking from 6th St)
Tel. 0914 435 272; e-mail: <mailto:pamberit@gmail.com>, Website: <http://www.zimbabwearts.org>

MON 28, 6pm, BOOK CAFÉ OPEN MIC – All artists welcome!
TUE 29, 5.30-7pm, Varume Svinurai/Vhukani Madhoda Men's Forum Trust DISCUSSION: "FAMILY UNITY" - Should the world commemorate 365 days of activism against gender-based violence or celebrate 365 days of love?
WED 30, 8pm, AFRO BLAZE, a new generation of afro fusion
THU 31, 5.30-7pm, NEW!! The Launch of a new discussion series by Media Alliance of Zimbabwe and Pamberi Trust, with the first: Media discussion: THE RISE OF NEW MEDIA IN AFRICA - Speakers: Chaka Bosha (ZUJ) and Amanda Atwood (Kubatana) - FREE, All welcome
THU 31, 8pm, ALEXIO KAWARA & Shades of Black – back with an explosive new show!
FRI 01, 8pm, NYAMASVISVA NeMAWUNGIRA ENHARIRA – mbira magic from Harare's legendary mbira ensemble
SAT 02, 2-5pm, 'HOUSE OF HUNGER' POETRY SLAM – Come feel the energy! Celebrating World Book and Copyright Day – All poets welcome to register before 2pm to perform
SAT 02, 5.30-7pm, HOT LIVE MUSIC – Details TBA
SAT 02, 8pm, MOKOOMBA (Vic Falls) - Fresh afro fusion from the People of the Great River

TUE 29, 7.30pm, REAL SOUNDS OF AFRICA - Rhumba Giants from DRC - Back on the Mannenberg stage!
WED 30, 6pm, FREE FILM SCREENING – All welcome!  
WED 30, 9pm, MICINITY – Lovers Rock Reggae: Weddy Weddy Wednesday!
THU 31, 9pm, DUDU'S GUEST LIST – A world class afro-jazz adventure with DUDU MANHENGA & COLOR BLU, and Dudu's special guest
FRI 01, 9pm, VICTOR KUNONGA – Timeless originals and brand new compositions
SAT 02, 9pm, TRANSIT CREW – Roots Rock Reggae:  Bigger Tings Ah Gwaan!
SUN 03, 7-10pm, Acoustic Sunday Social – wind down the weekend with ANDY BROWN

THE ARTS FACTORY @ The Book Café – Books and CDs of Zimbabwean artists.
All proceeds from sales go direct to artists/publishers.†Opens Mon-Fri 9am-5pm and Sat 9am-1pm.

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]

Andrew Sherwood (violin), Jeanette Micklem (piano) (29 March)
Tuesday 29 March in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.30 p.m.
Andrew Sherwood was born and educated in Africa before going on to study violin and composition at the Royal College of Music.  He is currently a Professor of Violin at Trinity College of Music in London and many of his former students are now professional musicians.  He has performed in many parts of the world as conductor and violinist and is adjudicating at the National Institute of Allied Arts Vocal and Instrumental Festival for most of March before giving this recital.  For further details on the performers, please see the Celebrity Subscription Concerts entry.
The programme includes:Dvořák: Sonatina in G major, Op 100; Turina: Violin Sonata No.2, Op.82 - 'Sonata EspaÀola'; Arvo Pärt: Fratres; Hubay: Bolero, Op.51/3; Kreisler: Melodie (after Gluck); Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen, Op.20.
Booking is open at the Academy.  Admission: $10.00 & $5.00   [free to Red Carpet members and concert subscribers]

Downton Abbey
(31 March, 7 & 14 April)
Thursday 31 March in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.30 p.m.  
Set in the years preceding World War I, the series that took Britain by storm last year tells the story of a complicated community.  Downton Abbey has been home to the Crawley family for many generations, but it is also where the servants live and plan and dream, and they are as fiercely jealous of their rank as anyone.  Some of them are loyal to the family but others are moving through, on the look out for betterment, love or just adventure.  But for all the passions that rage beneath the surface, this appears to be a secure world, serene and ordered which will last for ever.  Little do family or servants know that events that will change everything are about to occur.  "Sumptuous, instantly riveting" [The Daily Telegraph]
Admission: $3.00 [$6.00 the series]
P.D.Q.Bach: The Abduction of Figaro (1 April)
Friday 1 April in in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m. - with supper interval
Appropriately for 1 April, a recording of the world premiere performance of a "simply grand opera" by the last and least of Bach's twenty-odd children, P.D.Q.Bach (1807-1742?).
Admission: $3.00  [free to Red Carpet members]

iThemba (2 April)
Saturday 2 April in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
iThemba is a documentary directed by the Oscar award-winning (Music by Prudence) film maker Elinor Burkett.  The film was launched by the American Embassy in Harare in March and was a great hit.  Now it is the turn of Bulawayo. Don't miss this film about our very own band LIYANA, based at KGVI Centre.
Admission: $5.00.  Tickets will be sold at the door and will include a glass of wine.  All proceeds to KGVI.
Peterhouse Choir, Jazz Band and marimbas (8 April)
Friday 8 April in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
This choir was started last year in January and comprises members of both Peterhouse Girls and Peterhouse Boys. They have performed at various concerts as well as giving their own at the end of last year when they earned their first standing ovation. The programme includes "Mama Tembu's wedding", Xhosa, Zulu, Shona and Ndebele traditional songs and "Plea for Africa" by J.B. Nokwe and will also feature the jazz band and marimba group.
Admission: $5.00  [free to Red Carpet members]

Ballet Double Bill: Le Corsaire and The Dream (15 April)
Friday in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.- with supper interval.
The Corsair is a colourful extravaganza with a preposterous plot, magnificent scenic effects and dramatic choreography.  It is one of Petipa's less known but most exotic ballets and contains some of his most spectacular choreography, done full justice in this recording from the Kirov Ballet made in 1989.  The Dream, by contrast, is one of Sir Frederick Ashton's best-loved ballets, created for the Shakespeare quatercentenary in 1964 and shown here in a production by the American Ballet Theatre with Alexandra Ferri as Titania.
Admission: $3.00  [free to Red Carpet members]  

Bulawayo Chamber Music Society (16 April)
Saturday 16 April in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.00 p.m.
The concert will include the following works for piano trio played by Donald Walsh (violin), Cynthia Pretorius (cello) and Deon Marcus (piano): Haydn: Trio in E flat major; Reinecke: Trio in E major; arr.Cynthia Pretorius: Celtic Suite.  There will also be some vocal music including Handel's Ombra ma fui (better known as "Handel's Largo"), Stranger in Paradise, Jealousy, Cinema Paradiso, Panis Angelicus and a medley of Italian Songs when the singers will be Pieter Cloete and Graham Bishop.
No advance booking.  Tickets at the door from 5.30 p.m. $5.00  [free to Red Carpet members]


Facsimiles of Energy  @ Gallery Delta (29 March to 13 April)
An exhibition of three-dimensional objects and sculptures by Masimba Hwati.
'His works portray a lyrical harmony similar to an accumulation of musical instruments producing magnificent sound ... and proves his individuality and unique talent' (HL)
To be opened by Jill Coates, Director of the British Council on Tuesday, 29 March, at 5.30.p.m.
Previewing from noon the same day
Exhibition duration until 13 April.
Gallery Delta, 'Robert Paul's Old House,' 110 Livingstone Avenue/Ninth Street, Greenwood Park, Harare
Telephone/Fax: 792135; <mailto:artdelta@mweb.co.zw>; <http://www.gallerydelta.com>.

Exhibition @ Totem Shumba (31 March & 1 April)
Totem Shumba Lifestyle is having an exhibition on Thursday, 31 March and Friday, 1 April.
Please drop in to browse and buy from a selection of unique hand-made wrought-iron patio and ornamental furniture, decorative artworks and collectibles. We have a range of products manufactured in wrought-iron and finished with glass, teak, Tonga door, Tonga stool and granite.
Please come in with your own designs and we will custom make them for you.
For further details and directions, please contact Kudzi on 0773 654 892. Email : <mailto:totemshumba@gmail.com>
Totem Shumba, 2001 Wayhill Lane West, Umwinsidale, Harare.

Exhibitions @ National Gallery, Harare (March)

Hope and Despair
A visual narrative of nine emerging Zimbabwean contemporary voices. On exhibition are paintings, drawings and mixed media.
Rebirth: Tribute show to artist and musician
A tribute show to Simba Sheperd Jangano whose works are on nudes, abstracts, concepts about love and social commentary. He was a man in touch with reality, a critical thinker who painted history, the present and the future. The use of colour and paint, his articulation in painting was accomplished even though he was a self taught artist.

Floral Art Competition & Music and Flowers Show @ Chisipite Junior School (9–10 April)
Floral Art Competition: Saturday, 9 April, 1.00 – 5.00pm;  Sunday, 10 April, 9.00am – 1.00pm
Flowers & Music Show: Sunday 10 April, 11.00am (will start on time)
"Those were the Days, My Friend". Well-known favourite tunes depicted in flowers by top Floral Artists
Zimbabwean floral artists and a floral-art judge will be participating in the World Association of Floral Artists' Competition in Boston, USA, in June 2011. This competition is the "world cup" of Floral Art and is held in a different country once every four years. On the occasions when Zimbabweans have managed to get to where the competition has been held, they have been awarded several prizes - even the "Best on Show", which is an amazing achievement considering that people from all over the world enter and that there are usually well over 400 arrangements.

Pikicha Photography Competition (monthly – next closing date, 20 April)
The Zimbo Jam, in partnership with The Spanish Embassy in Harare, are running a photographic competition with a grand prize of US$1000. Professional and amateur Zimbabwean photographers are invited to enter.
The competition has monthly themes and monthly prizes and runs until June 2011.
Each month will have three prizes of $100, $50 and $25 for the top three winners.
An overall winner for the 2011 competition will be chosen after the six months and will receive a cash prize of US $1000.
Submissions must be made by the 20th of each month.
The themes are:
April: "Keep it Green"
May: "Albinos"
June: "Women by Women" (Women of Zimbabwe captured by other women)
The full rules of the competition can be found at: <http://www.pikicha.com/rules>.
More information can be found on <http://www.pikicha.com/>
Or contact Tendai/Fungai: e-mail <mailto:ipikicha@zimbojam.com>, Tel. +263-772-393863


The Rise of New Media in Africa @ Book Café (31 March)
On Thursday, 31 March, at 5.30pm, Pamberi Trust and the Media Alliance of Zimbabwe launch a series of cutting-edge monthly media discussions at the Book Cafe. The first features the rise and impact of new media in Africa propelled by internet and mobile phone technology.
Chaired by Pamberi Trust Creative Director Paul Brickhill, the speakers include Chaka Bosha (Zimbabwe Union of Journalists) and Amanda Atwood (Kubatana website).
Media discussion: Thursday, 31 March, 5.30-7pm
Book Café, Fife Ave Mall/6th St, Harare
Media discussions at the Book Café in Fife Avenue are free, and all people are welcome.

Humble Boy @ Reps Theatre Upstairs (to 2 April)
Theatre Upstairs at Reps: Graham Crutchley directs Humble Boy, written by Charlotte Jones. One minute you're laughing and the next minute you're wondering why you're laughing. Starring Alex Fairlie, Fiona Garrity, Kyla Render, Mike Blackburn, Joe Levey and Betty Hobbs.
This is a drama with touches of humour and will be one of the best plays of the year in Harare. Runs from March 24 to April 2 and advance booking (through The spotlight) is strongly recommended as this will sell out very quickly. No one under 16 allowed.

NIAA Speech and Drama Festival  2011 (30 May – 15 June)
Venues: Prince Edward School, Biet Hall, Harare International School
Syllabus now available.  Closing date for entries  March 30 2011
Contact National Institute of Allied Arts  Tel 702989 or email <mailto:niaa@yoafrica.com>



Borrowdale Craft Fair @ Old Georgians Sports Club (26 June)
Sunday, 26 June, 9am to 4pm, Old Georgians Sports Club.
Bookings now open at 256 Herbert Chitepo Road, Cnr. 5th Street. Office Hours 8am to 2pm
Stand cost
3m x 3m, space only: US$50
3m x 3m, covered: US$90
3m x 3m, catering: US$100
Table Hire x 1US$5
Chair Hire x 1: US$1


Kids In Front Of the Camera Workshop (12–14 April)
on ... Tues 12, Wed 13 and Thurs 14 April 2011
from ... 14 00H to 17 00H
for ... boys and girls aged between 6 and 13 years
at ... Zimbabwe German Society/Goethe Zentrum, 51 Lawson Ave, Milton Park, Harare
The workshop is designed to offer a highly enjoyable outlet for children's creativity.
Kids get a chance to shine in front of the camera, in the four categories - dancing, singing, acting and photo modelling
All they need to bring is lots of imagination, a free spirit, comfy shoes and a pack snack. The rest is up to the KIFOC team
Singing with the well-known jazz singer Dudu Manhenga has become a huge hit with the kids. Dressing up with Rahim Solomon, the acting coach, is great fun too.
Hats, costumes and props GALORE are used to transform kids into many different characters and fulfil their fantasies in front of the camera.
If parents are interested in finding out more about this fun and exciting workshop, they can get in touch with the Director of KIFOC, Bev Mathison: Tel . 04 570869 or 0733 402 696, e-mail <mailto:bmathison@mango.zw>
Register early to avoid disappointment.


Mountain Club of Zimbabwe (April)
Chairman: Rob Jarvis – 885113, 0712406659, <mailto:bohoom@yahoo.com>
Vice Chairman: Laurie Watermeyer – 0772224192, <mailto:lauriew@hunyani.co.zw>
Secretary: Lorraine Regadas – 0772-416024 <mailto:lorraine@zimbiz.net>
Treasurer: Alan McCormick – 495927, <mailto:mccalan@zol.co.zw>
Climbers' Rep.: Lyn Gilmour – 0713 771221,B497800/1, <mailto:divas@mango.zw>
Walkers' Rep: Marge Dewdney – 0712 211576, 0912236319, <mailto:philmarge@zol.co.zw>
Hut Warden: Michael Laban – 333312, <mailto:mlaban@mango.zw>
Club House Warden: Bryony Stonier – 0773654366, 071216169, <mailto:bstonier@mango.zw>
Member: Iain Bell – 04495694 ,0772600183, <mailto:bell597@btinternet.com>
WALKING : PLEASE NOTE, we meet at a convenient venue where excess vehicles can be left – contact the leader or Walkers' Rep.
Meet 15 minutes before the advertised time, to ensure a prompt departure. Saturday depart 1.30 pm (afternoon meets), Sunday depart 8am (all-day meets) unless indicated otherwise.
CLIMBING:  Climbing is usually held on Wednesday at Cleveland Quarry, from about 4pm. Contact Lyn Gilmour (011 771221) or Andy Heelas (885158), particularly if use of MCZ climbing gear is required.
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS: The HQ (Boy Scouts HQ, 76 Mchlery Ave, Highlands) will be open on Wednesday evenings from about 6.00pm. There will be a braai fire. Bring your own braai pack, etc.
CAMPING WEEKENDS: Please attend the convivial held 10 days before the weekend, if you wish to come along. Transport will be arranged at the meeting.
Saturday, 2 – Leader's Choice – Iain Bell – 495694    0772 600 183
Sunday, 10 – Monwe – Philippa Marett
Saturday, 16–25 – Trip to Malawi (Mount Mlanje) – Michael Laban – 333312

Celebrity Subscription Concerts: AGM (7 April)
The 52nd annual general meeting of the society will be held on Thursday 7 April, at the Dandaro bridge room, Dandaro Village, Harare, at 17.45
Please lend us your support. This organisation urgently needs more members, more helpers for concert duties and hosting.  Do not leave it to someone else.  
If you have any suggestions or offers of help, please contact Mr F. Eigenraam (497688)

Association of Complementary Health Practitioners (12 April)
Our monthly gathering at Highlands Sports Club will be on Tuesday, 12 April, at 6.00 pm for 6.30 pm.
Please note earlier start to accommodate the AGM, which we ask everyone to attend as we are introducing a revised constitution.
We need your support everyone. Please be there.
Our speaker will be Dell Smith, a well-known and well-loved natural therapist who has treated thousands of people over the 40 years in which she has practised in Harare. Dell works as a homeopath, and uses a variety of therapies, although she modestly sums up her work in the following few words;  
"I qualified as a Naturopath in 1969 through the Naturopathic College of South Africa, which is no longer in existence. I was taught to work with the pendulum by Sister Marie Naude, a Naturopath from Cape Town,  and learnt to use a radionic instrument for diagnosis. I worked and studied with Dr. Andrew Cox, a Homoeopath and Osteopath  in Harare,for two and a half years before he left in March 1971. He referred many of his patients to me  and I started practising in a small way at that time. My talk, after the AGMm will be about the many memorable moments which have occurred during my forty years of practice."
Everyone will find Dell's talk of interest and value, and most of us have been to her as patients, so come and hear some of her memories and stories.
After the talk we will have a "Bring and Share Supper", and we ask that everyone who attends will bring a plate of snacks towards the meal, or a pudding or salad. It is a pleasant evening, and the bar will be open for drinks. A small donation is requested at the door to cover our costs of hall hire and the help of the kitchen staff. Everyone is welcome, and new members invited to join, and we always welcome new therapists.


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