Women in Islam
Islamic societies and the media have often portrayed a negative image of Muslim women, leaving many with misconceptions, perceptions, and questions about woman’s status in Islam. This course will explore basic beliefs and principles in regards to Muslim women’s rights, duties, and responsibilities in Islam. This daytime course runs 10am - 12pm over three Thursdays and starts on 22 October. Presented by: Reem Ayyub.
Pop Up Art Studio
This community based art course, held at the Orakei Community Centre, will cater to both beginning artists and to those who have some art experience.
It will be based mainly on drawing and painting practices. Students will also be empowered to choose and pursue the subject and mediums that they particularly enjoy. Starts 12 October with Marjorie Maclean.
Tai Chi Beginners Day Class
Tai Chi is meditation in motion: learn a series of slow, continuous movements that promote physical and mental well being, and improve coordination and balance. Tuesdays 1130 - 1pm at Orakei Community Centre starting 20 October. With Bruno Rubini
Eco-Cultural Walk and Talk in the Waitakere Ranges
Riki Bennet will share his ethnobotanical knowledge as you get the opportunity to sample a range of edible plants and berries, learn about their medicinal properties whilst exploring the beautiful Waitakere Ranges in West Auckland. Saturday 31 October 10am - 1pm.
Check out our Blog! We will be updating it regularly with news, as well as profiles on tutors and different courses we offer here at Selwyn Comed.
June blogs include: Maximise Your Spanish Learning Experience, Yoga at Selwyn, Eastern Bays Courier: Focus on Role of Muslim Women, NZ Herald: Keeping Your Brain Sharp. Find them here.
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Check out our latest video from student Dean Whittaker about the Children's Book Illustration workshop in June. Click on the photo or here to view.