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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : March 25th 2009
20 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, March 26, 2009 MB LIFESTYLE www.innerwestweekly.com.au PET OF THE WEEK Gentle, sweet and very Waggy NAME: Waggs AGE: 4 years BREED: Mini foxy-cross NATURE: Waggs is a very gentle, very sweet little girl who always wags her tail. She is social with other dogs and has an easygoing personality. She has a short, easily maintained coat and weighs 5.3kg. She comes desexed, C5-vaccinated, heartworm-free and microchipped. Her adoption costs $350. To find out more about Waggs and other homeless dogs, call 9486 3133, email Monika@ DoggieRescue.com.au, or log on to www.DoggieRescue.com.au Kooka Kids Club FAIRIES bring magic to the lives of little girls. From popular fairytales to games and dressing up in the garden, the miniature, magical maidens capture the imagination and encourage girls to believe dreams can come true. No aspiring young fairies should be without their copy of ABC's The Fairies Magazine and the latest edition has just hit the shelves of newsstands From fun art and cra exercises like learning to draw like a fairy and making your own fairy finger puppet, to fun pu and activities, the magazine has everything a young fairy would want. It has a chart which tells you which fairy is your "bestie", and each issue comes with a gift. Resident fairies Harmony and Rhapsody have written a special mail section in the latest edition and said they hoped all their friends would take the chance to get some great fairy tips. "Our brand new magazine is full of giggles and magic," Harmony said. "It's my favourite magazine of all time, especially the fan-fairy-tastic free gift," Rhapsody added. The magazine is available now ll ABC shops, ABC centres, wsagents, Borders bookstores and K-mart. We are giving you the chance to win one of five packs including a copy of the magazine's latest edition and two great fairy books; Magic Fairy Spells and Fairies Numbers. To enter visit Kooka Kids Club at www.trevor.com.au/ kidsnetwork/kooka.asp Come along to Littlies by the Lily Pond at Centennial Park and lear n about the different animals and plants that call the park their home. This event runs weekly on Wednesdays from 10am until April 8. Each session includes a craft activity and is suitable for kids aged 2-5. Tickets $10.50 per child or $8.50 for friends of Centennial Park. All children must be accompanied by an adult. To book, phone 9339 6699 or visit www.centennialparklands. com.au Take the kids out for a day of kayaking on Sydney Harbour during the Lifestart Kayak for Kids fundraising event on March 29, beginning 9.30am. Entry fees will go towards Lifestart, a charity for children with disabilities. Inquiries: Diane Chanut on 0431 221 933. Uncover the Royal Botanic Gardens, rich Aboriginal heritage, experience traditional music, dance and artefacts, and taste some bush foods on Friday afternoons from 2pm. Inquiries: 9231 8134 Did you know? The word fairy derives from the term fae which was commonly used in medieval Western European folklore and romance. magazine 1 ?1 ? www.innerwestweekly.com.au Brand New Showroom located at 52 GREAT NORTH ROAD, FIVE DOCK Ph: 9712 7757 www.instylehifi.com.au The Yamaha RX-Z11 Home Theatre Receiver embodies the latest in High Definition audio and video coupled with a never before seen 11.2 channels and the industry- first THX Ultra2 Plus certification, and that's just the beginning. It offers the ultimate flexibility for multi-zone configuration and a wide array of inputs such as, five HDMI, two USB, Ethernet and four Component Video inputs. To fully appreciate this product it needs to be experienced at T Instyle Home Theatre & Hi which are trained and equipped for maximising the potential of this flagship Home Theatre Receiver. 2124799K IWW wk39
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