Northern News : February 23rd 2011
10 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 23, 2011 The Domain, Kerikeri 26th FEB 2011 2pm -- 8pm BUY YOUR TICKET NOW! NORTHLAND THE JP PACKAGE KAMEL CHERISSE DRUETT KOSHER FEATURING TRUST & ESTATE PLANNING Simon Dominick Lawyer & Director • Wills • Estate Planning & Administration • Enduring Powers of Attorney • Trusts The Meridian 93 Kerikeri Road Kerikeri Ph 09 407 7099 www.lawnorth.co.nz www.shoestyles.co.nz Kerikeri Ph 407 9392 Paihia 09 402 5610 If the shoe fits...we're it! SUMMER SALE! Festivities and prizes Ocean fare: Lots of yummy seafood will be on offer on Saturday. Grape escape: Wine stomping fun. WIN Everyone who attends the festival goes in a draw to win two economy class tickets ex Auckland to Nadi, Fiji flying Air Pacific and five night's accommodation at the Sonaisali Island Resort sponsored by Mondo Travel. Taxes are to be paid by the client and travel is subject to availability at time of booking. Travel must be complete by March 31 2012. The Ocean & Orchard Festival bursts into life on the Kerikeri Domain this Saturday at 2pm. If you enjoyed the street party you won t want to miss this event! The festival offers some- thing for everyone. Will Johnston from Classic Hits breakfast show is the MC for the day. During the after- noon festival-goers can relax in the shade pro- vided by 50 gazebos and a marquee listening to live music while sam- pling sensational food created by Kerikeri s best chefs and foodies. There will be a range of seafood, fabulous award winning wine choices, boutique beer and local fruit. Pony rides, a bouncy castle and colouring-in are available for children for a small fee. Towards the evening the music amps up and twilight will see the Domain become Kerikeri s party central . Gourmet cuisine, wine and food matching, salt and pepper calamari, prawn and mussel skewers, oyster shots, Thai fish cakes and sashimi and kingfish are among the ocean bounty on offer. Vegetarians and meat lovers are also catered for. Try blue- berry waffles, water- melon punch or sample the pickled limes for which Ludbrook House has just received the Cuisine Artisan Award. Unlike the street party which is free for party- goers because of donations from local businesses, Ocean & Orchard has been self funded. Organisers felt that business owners have been targeted enough and sought funding from other sources. Major sponsors are Classic Hits, Mondo Travel and Orangewood with New World, Keri Design & Print, The Bay Chronicle, Northern News and Pete Gentil also assisting. Mondo Travel has sponsored two travel prizes. (Conditions apply) 1. Early Bird Prize -- Return flights for two to Sydney. 2. Spot Prize -- oppor- tunity for every attendee to win return flight for two to Fiji flying Air Pacific with five nights accommodation at the Sonaisali Resort. Programme for the Festival: Main stage 2pm gates open (don t forget to enter to win a trip to Fiji with Mondo Travel) 2.15pm: Arrival of the Clydesdales bringing in the new season s har- vest. Kerikeri song and tra- ditional stomping of the grapes 2.20pm-3pm: Young local talent, Cherisse Druett and Taylah Bar- ker 3.15pm-4.30pm: The JP Package -- original Kiwi songs from a great Northland band 5pm-6.15pm: Kosher -- a much respected North- land duo 6.15pm: Travel prizes drawn 6.30-8pm - Kamel -- renowned Northland cover band guaranteed to get everyone up and dancing 7.30pm - Last alcoholic drinks served 8pm - Finish. Throughout the after- noon there will be spot prizes donated by local businesses. Orangewood Mar- quee 2.30pm: Mystery Box -- Ready Steady Cook com- petition 4pm: Oyster eating competition 4.30pm: Fun compe- titions with fruit: Kiwi Kreations -- create a sculpture using kiwifruit and toothpicks. SuckaLemon--cuta lemon into quarters and eat it -- first lemon down wins the contest. The Kerikeri Orange Challenge -- locals v visitors in the battle of the Oranges. Teams of four. Tickets Prices: These are just to cover the cost of getting good musicians on the day and the opportunity of entering the fantastic Early Bird and Fiji hol- iday draws. Adults $20, Family Pass $50 (Two adults and up to three chil- dren), five to 17 year olds $10, under fives free. Tickets available at McFadziens Pharmacy, Cocoon Clothing, Enz of the Earth, Above Zero, Trainspotter Cafe ´i n Kawakawa and Paihia I-Site. Shuttles will be avail- able at the end of the fes- tival.
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