Northern News : December 14th 2011
7 NORTHERN NEWS, DECEMBER 14, 2011 NEWS Specials valid until 31 December 2011. All specials may not be available in some stores. Specials only available at Liquor Centre Stores detailed above. No Trade Sales. Spreading the Christmas Cheer LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN IN NZ WITH OVER 170 OUTLET Celebrate with a couple of cold ones from Liquor Centre. Join the VIP club to go into the draw to win monthly prizes including overseas holidays, 3D TV's, tablets, smartphones, etc. and access to VIP instore specials. Visit www. liquor-centre. co.nz Everyday in every Liquor Centre outlet we give away FREE GIFTS on Beer, Wines, Spirits and RTDs. 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The Old Seaweed Hurryup is rich in nutrients, vitamins & minerals, has traces of Selenium & is particularly high in Potassium, Copper, Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium, Iron, Boron & has over 70 trace elements New Patients Welcome Same Day Appointments Available 24 HOUR CALL BACK FACILITY (Call Out Fees Apply) Reasonable Pricing and Affordable Dentistry Ph 09 407 4049 2 Ranui Avenue, Kerikeri. After Hours 021 029 60489 OPEN 6 DAYS AND LATE NIGHT APPOINTMENTS General and Emergency Dentistry $40 for the full mouth examination costs ame day delivery FLORIST RRY BLOSSOM FLORIST 86 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri (opposite the ASB Bank) Ph. / Fax 09 407 8661 or 0800 225 677 www.cherryblossomflorist.co.nz Christmas is nearly here Spend $20 and go into the draw to WIN $1000 Send flowers to friends and family for Christmas here and overseas Xmas lilies, beautiful bouquets Poinsettia plants gift baskets Xmas table pieces. Call and see us now. *Kerikeri prize draw Originality and innovation at Village Arts ABOUT THE ARTS WITH MIKE NETTMANN Innovative: Lise Strathdee with her 'shop as artefact' installation. I advise students on the sub- ject of colour as follows: If it looks good enough to eat, use it. -- Abe Ajay TemporeaL at Village Arts This gallery never ceases to amaze with its innovative, original shows. TemporeaL by Lise Strath- dee is one of the most un- usual and clever exhibitions yet held at the gallery -- a working pop-up shop that is also a site-specific install- ation art exhibition including performance and brimming with fantastic colour -- I just love it! TemporeaL shop as arte- fact merges artistic, aca- demic and commercial functions. Lise has included all those things that people knew and loved about her now-closed Outpost Hokianga shop/gallery in Rawene as a summer destination. In this art show she is interested in the role of the village shop- keeper and also looks at the designer commodification of lifestyle. Lise spent 2011 doing post- graduate study in design at Coca, Massey University s campus in Wellington. She chose to explore the areas of overlap in design, art and tourism retail as her major dissertation. Her writing on the subject is available to read at the exhibition. This show is a definite must-see. Bravo Lise and Vil- lage Arts! Exhibition ends January 19. Take a Bow at The Turner Centre In all the years I have attended the Kerikeri School of Music s end-of-year con- certs this was by far the best -- a slick, well organised pro- gramme with professional approach to performances. What a privilege to have this school in the Far North. Great to see Barry Wilcox who together with Reese Hel- mondollar played a beautiful arrangement of Goodbye in memory of Russ Garcia. I loved the Christmas song interludes played by Dave Lawless and Brons Gerrish that kept the programme flowing. The highlight for me was Max Hart s Spanish Study by Albeniz. You may all well and truly take a bow. Bye Hoki at Williams House, Paihia Tui Slater, a metal work and conceptual artist, is exhibiting in two historic Northland buildings this summer: Williams House, Paihia and The Lounge Shack in the Bank of Austral- asia building, Mangonui. Sushi soy sauce fish bottles, plastic tikis and kiwis are cast in resin in sardine cans as statements about our environment, immigration and export policies. Other pieces are bound tightly in fishing nylon. The Fish For- ever campaign was an inspi- ration in these current pieces. Tui s work is also influenced by the ebb and flow of Paihia and Opua s colourful, transient boating population. Included in this show are larger works incorporating sheets of luscious, burnished corrugated iron that have been slashed and stitched with copper and flax back- grounds. These works are based on the domestic and South Island landscapes. This is a collection of intel- ligent, well-thought-out works. Tui is a graduate of NorthTec Kerikeri.
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