Northern News : August 22nd 2012
10 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 22, 2012 NEWS Project Suppor t From basic huts on the foreshore to a city of 1.5 million, New Zealand's super city has had a remarkable history of change and development over the past 170 years. This book shows the dramatic changes and puts the reader in the picture, showing the past and present with magnificent photographs taken over the decades. Beautifully printed in full colour with 144 glossy pages, measuring 250 mm wide by 246mm high, this book s a real collectors item. An ideal gift for Father's Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries and a great Christmas present. All profits from the sale of this book go to charities supported by the Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust -- including Project Kidney. Let's do it for the Kids! by buying this superb book! Order your book now by phoning 09 52 52 100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or post your order with cheque made out to The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust, Private Bag 92815, Penrose, Auckland. Auckland A Portr ait of Today and Yesterday $3995 Including GST & FREE POSTAGE within NZ Charities Commission registration number CC34283 Raising Millions for Charity and Community Projects Proudly supported by the NKCE@KGAGKG9>DE @ I J .HHD@J .HIC?GKJ 7>JBCJ 7@?K>ICF@J 9@>?B@J 9@>IJ 9DLE 9@IJCEEGFJ 8DCM@J & <I@@- &%! 811 '#( <I@@J- &*! 811 )" <I@@J- '%! 811 5LCJ> 9DLEJ (%! 811 Cn Wa e S & Cen al e, aga e Ph: 430 4070 O en 8.30am - 5.30 m eve da Proudly Whangarei owned and operated NGINZ Ga den Cen e of he Yea - Peo le's Choice Awa d Winne STRAWBERRIES 4 PACK &' +95.7<; 18: VEGETABLES 6 PACK ,$*% (18: Ave, Whanga ei 9713 C W S &C POTTED COLOUR &% &%18: ARTS CALENDAR EVENTS Art at Wharepuke presents new prints by two of the UK's leading artist/printmakers, Stephen Mumberson -- Rotten Boroughs, and David Ferry -- The Stately Aquariums of England -- on until September 10, at 190 Kerikeri Rd. Open 9am-5pm daily. Hot Ginger Gallery, Art, new clothing range, jewellery and resin products. Open daily. 10am-4pm, 389 Kerikeri Rd Select Northland Art @ Kaan Zamaan until September 5, 373 Kerikeri Rd, showcase of painting, drawing, ceramics, glass, wood, jewellery, flax and more Keri Blue under new management, art, ceramics, fudge and jewellery -- open daily Kerikeri School of Music Celebration -- fortnightly Friday lunchtime concerts featuring established and emerging local talent. Gold- coin donation at Theatre Bar, Turner Centre. Begins Friday, August 24, then fortnightly, noon-1pm. 'Indelible Impressions'by Lyn Hewitson. A collection of 24 original oil paintings created in the UK studio of this NZ born artist. On until August 24: Theatre Bar, Centre. Northwrite 2012, Whangarei, September 7-9 2012. The Northland branch of the NZ Society of Authors, is organising a three-day writing festival. Presenters include: Fifi Colston -- Illustration/How to run a workshop, Paula Green -- poetry, Deborah Challinor -- historical fiction, Kyle Mewburn -- picture book, Joe Bennett -- non-fiction, David Hill -- idea generation/ diversification, Catherine Arrow -- social media and blogging for writers and illustrators -- and Lorraine Steele, Sarah Gumbley and Rae Roadley -- marketing. Michelle Elvy, Zana Bell, Sian Williams and Kathy Derrick presenting various editing, critiquing and manuscript preparation topics. Registrations open now. Go to northwrite2012. wordpress.com or email Kathy Derrick email@example.com. The BOI Singers, with Matt Watson, piano, and the SilverDollar Jazz band, present an informal afternoon of American Music at Te Ahu Little Theatre, Kaitaia, September 9 @ 2.30pm. Tickets from Te Ahu or Doubtless Bay Info Centre. Kerikeri Players variety performance: Fast-paced family entertainment. August 25, 7.30pm at the Centre. Tickets $5-$15 from The Centre or Paper Plus The Fleetwood Mac Experience, Dreams -- The Fleetwood Mac Experience takes their audience back to relive one of the outstanding musical experiences of the seventies. 7.30pm. September 8, John Dalton Theatre at the Centre, Kerikeri. Battle of the Bands,Two Kerikeri boys are following their passion and have qualified for the National finals of the Battle of the Bands in Auckland next weekend. Ezra Simons and his band Red Sky Blues will play at The Kings Arms on Friday, August 31, and Bryn Van Vliet's band, Tunes Of I, will play at the Juice Bar, Saturday, September 1. Anyone wanting to go to the finals to support the bands can purchase tickets through eventfinder.co.nz or at the venues on the night.
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