The Waiuku Camera Club are inviting the community to attend their exhibition, which opens this week.
It is timed with the opening of the Auckland Photographic Festival, and has been organised to showcase a range of the members' work.
The Waiuku Camera Club began in 1956 and encourages anyone with an interest in photography to become a member.
"The exhibition will allow public to find out about the club and talk to members who will be in attendance.The opportunity to purchase some fantastic local talent will also be there as well," said member, Leonie Richardson. "If you are interested in joining you are also welcome to come to one of our monthly meetings to get an idea of what the club is all about," Leonie said.
The exhibition is being held in Bowen Street in Waiuku, at the old Waiuku Video premises. It begins from Wednesday 21 June and runs until Sunday 25 June.
CAPTION: The last exhibition that the Waiuku Camera Club hosted was well attended by the community.
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