Northern News : April 27th 2011
Whirinaki weaving on show The next exhibition at Village Arts in Kohukohu is Whenu -- works by Pa Te Aroha Weavers which opens on Saturday at 11am and runs until May 26. Village Arts trustees say they are excited to be hosting this group exhi- bition by 25 artists attached to Pa Te Aroha marae in Whirinaki. After Easter, Village Arts' opening hours will be 10am to 3pm for the months of May to Octo- ber. Avoid last-minute rush for cup events Get your paperwork in order as soon as possible and avoid a last-minute rush if you are planning a festival or event to coincide with the Rugby World Cup. That is the warning from the Far North Dis- trict Council in the run- up to the tournament starting September 9. Economic development officer Gary Gabbitas says a range of arts, sport, food and music events are planned to bring domestic and inter- national visitors north. Many of these may need local government approval for such things as street closures, traffic management plans or the use of reserves, roads and carparks. Those planning to use council reserves or other public facilities should ensure their booking has been confirmed before committing to the event, he says. Some may not realise that there may be statu- tory processes to go through which require a minimum of 42 days public notice.'' The council may not be able to process appli- cations or approve traffic management plans wit- hin the time constraints if organisers leave their paperwork to the last minute. We are asking that event organisers help us to help them be ready for the big event by consulting with the coun- cil as soon as possible.'' Cooking up a contest The 2011 Northland Salon Culinaire will be heldonMay15and16at NorthTec in Whangarei. The Northland Salon Culinaire is in its fifth year. It is an initiative of Northland Chefs, designed to showcase the best of the area's tal- ented young profes- sionals. Salon director Hughie Blues says over the last five years secondary school pupils have com- peted with huge success. This gives them the courage to move on to a hospitality type course at tertiary level within our region,'' he says. Northland Chefs say this event would not be possible without major sponsors. These include the New Zealand Chefs Associ- ation, Altura Coffee, Northland Hospitality, HSI and NorthTec. The Northland Salon Culinaire offers a unique sponsorship opportunity with around 30 compe- tition classes available. Entries for all classes close on May 13. 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Thurs, 28th April 7.30pm at The Centre $25 Adults $20 Sen Citizens/ Students Ph: 09-407-0260 w w w.centakeri.com to book TODAY Bay of Islands Singers with Organ, Brass, and Woodwind present A Concert of Baroque Music VIVALDI : Gloria BACH : Magnifcat 7.30pm Saturday 30 April Adults $25 Students $12 Music for Wind, Brass & Organ TURNER CENTRE KERIKERI 09 407 0260 Final Rehearsal 11am 30 April Seniors only $12 3622204AA CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS only food & drink purchased at Castle Duo may be consumed in the theatre Always ring cinema for day to day session times Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE WORLD INVASION BATTLE LA (M) 1hr 46mins MARS NEEDS MOMS (PG) 1hr 28mins GNOMEO & JULIET (PG) 1hr 24mins RIO (M) 1hr 36mins RANGO (PG) 1hr 47mins THE KINGS SPEECH (M) 1hr 58mins SECRETARIAT (G) 2hrs 10mins ADJUSTMENT BUREAU (M) 1hr 45mins RED RIDING HOOD (M) 1hr 40mins LIMITLESS (M) 1hr 45mins VISITORS AND NEW MEMBERS WELCOME Monday: Card Evening Wednesday: Quiz Nite Thursday: Raffles Friday: Pool and Jackpot Draw Jam Session Sat 7th May Bar Open from 3.30pm Daily Snack Menu available Restaurant Open Wed-Sun Meals from $11 Non Members Meals $14.50 Kerikeri RSA Inc, Cobham Road, Kerikeri Ph: 09 407 8585 www.kerikerirsa.co.nz Kerikeri R.S.A 3426419AD What 's Happening... this weekend tomorrow todaytonight next week this weekend tomorrow todaytonight next week Dances of the world Rawene Playcentre would like you to join them in a day of music and dance in cel- ebration of World Dance Day, May 3 at 10 am. Every year on or about April 29, dance people and cultures across the planet cel- ebrate Dance Day. Instigated by Unesco, it has been in existence since 1982. Among the goals of the Dance Day are to increase the awareness of the importance of dance among the gen- eral public, as well as to persuade govern- ments all over the world to provide a proper place for dance in education and society. So get along to Rawene Playcentre for a shared lunch and lots of fun with zumba and the Rawene Latin and Ballroom Dancers. Dress up and join us for an action-packed day of fun.
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