Northern News : September 12th 2012
18 NORTHERN NEWS, SEPTEMBER 12, 2012 NEWS 4851392AA Boarding Kennels 4815490AA Boarding Kennels & Grooming Parlour Ph: 09 407 8027 Canvas & Shades Loop Road, W aipapa Ph: 09 401 7370 Specialists in all canvas and PVC fabrication Shade Sails, Interior Roller Sunscreens, Deck Curtains, Marine Canvas, PVC Goods www .canvasandshades.co.nz Email: email@example.com Blinds & Screens • Blinds • Shutters • Insect & Security Screens & Doors • Aw nings, Patio curtains & Repair s Supply & Install ation Fr ee measur e and quote 0800 255 300 / 09 407 5906 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 4730415AI TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 Thursday 20 September 6pm Chang Siam Thai Restaurant 248 Waipapa Rd, Kerikeri Thai banquet $30 | Bookings essential www.toastmasters.org.nz 080 073 6753 Verna Carr: firstname.lastname@example.org Graeme Kettle 021 0240 8830 TOPSTART TOASTMASTERS Humorous and Impromptu Speech Competition Dinner and Laughter 4839347AA Friday night Karaoke Competition on for nex t 10 weeks Register 5:30 to 7pm - Open to Public Cash Prize for each Heat, Door Prizes and $500 Prize to the overall winner Dial for our Van - Mon, Thur, Fri, Sat & Sun. 5pm onwards Please phone 09 - 4012368 to be picked up. Kaikohe RSA Join now only $30 to be a member Watch the big screen by our warm fire Enjoy the friendship of other members TAB Now available Auction at the Kaikohe RSA 11am 15th Sept 2012 Fund Raiser Have you got any items that you would like to donate or a larger item you want to sell and donate a percentage back to the RSA. Please register at the Kaikohe RSA leave your name and contact details and what item you want to sell, our friendly staff can register it for the Auction. 4852741AA www.aotnz.co.nz 7.30pm, Saturday, 15th September 2012 at the Turner Centre $30 Adults; $25 Sen Citz/Groups 6+; $5 Students Ph: 09-407-0260 or www.centakeri.com TODAY! 4772634AA Always ring cinema for day to day session times THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details Thurs 13th 7.15pm. Fri 14th 7.30pm. Sat 15th 8pm. ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER (R16) Thurs 13th 7.30pm. TED (R13) Fri 14th 5.15pm. Sat 15th 3pm. Sun 16th 3.45pm. BRAVE (PG) Fri 14th 5.30pm. Sat 15th 3.15pm. Sun 16th 3.45pm. ICE AGE IV: CONTINENTIAL DRIFT (PG) Fri 14th 7.15pm. Sun 16th 1.15pm. Sat 15th 7.30pm. Sun 16th 1pm. SNOW WHITE & THE HUNTSMAN (M) THE DARK KNIGHT RISES (M) SPIDER-MAN (M) 2912082EI NOTICES Aqua Aerobics, Tuesday 8am- 8.45am, Thursday 5.45pm- 6.30pm at Kawakawa Pool. Open to all. The new pool steps especially designed for easier access, have hand rails, non-slip steps making entering the water a stress- free experience. A wonderful way of exercising without the stress and strain on the body's joints. Contact Darryl 404 0773. Low Impact Aerobics, Tuesday 9am-10am, BOI College Gym, Kawakawa, open to all $2.50. Low impact geared towards senior fitness. Learn a wide variety of moves to music and exercises to get in shape to stay healthy. Contact Darryl 404 0773. Mid North Camera Club, meeting, September 13 at Cherry House, Kerikeri. Guest speakers will be Ross and Diane Armstrong who specialise in underwater photography. Contact 09 402 5966. Whakamana Hauora, living a healthy life with a chronic health condition. Free self- management course, starting September 26, 9.30-noon in Kerikeri. Suitable for people with chronic health conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, diabetes, heart disease, respiratory conditions, depression or any other long- term health problem that may be disrupting your life. Call Te Tai Tokerau 09 402 8562 or 021 150 4631. The Mobile Ear Caravan, today at Kaitaia Community Clinic, outside the Plunket Rooms, 9am-3pm, tomorrow, Doubtless Bay, TeWhare Building, 9am-2pm. Today at Moerewa Community Clinic,at Moerewa School, 9am-3pm, tomorrow at Kaikohe Community Clinic, outside Broadway Health, 8.30am- 3.30pm. Hokianga Country Music Festival, Opononi September 28-30. More than 24 Kiwi bands and performers at five venues, the Opononi RSA Hall, Opononi Hotel, Copthorne Omapere, the Masonic in Rawene and Hokianga Harbour Hotel in Kohukohu. From Friday night to Sunday night, fans can expect to hear nothin but country folk, rock, blues, old time, gospel, honky tonk, boogie, just as long as it's country. See hokianga countrymusic.com. Rally of the North, October 13 on the best roads in the North Island, as part of the Top Half Rally series. About 180km of competitive stages and 230km of touring. Based in Paihia where the start, finish and lunch will take place. Go to rallyofthenorth.co.nz. Talent quest, Bay of Islands P & I Show and Be Free have joined forces to stage talent quests, with the semifinals at the Waimate North Show on November 10 and the finals at the Be Free Family Day Out on February 24. Heats 1 and 2: Dance and performing Arts October 7, music -- October 28. Be Free is aiming to set up a Youth Music and Mentoring Programme to provide free music tuition and mentoring for our local youngsters and a place for them to practise and play -- the intention is to provide a positive focus and opportunities to grow in an environment that encourages freedom from drug and alcohol abuse. Contact Tony Harrison at email@example.com or on 021 583 986, 09 407 7860 for Talent Quest Entry forms, or Claire on 09 407 1506, 021 83 616. firstname.lastname@example.org for the Youth Music Programme. Bay of Islands Snorkel scuba race, Russell, September 22, 11am. A fundraiser for Russell Radio, Bay of Islands Coastguard and the Paihia Fire Service. Catch it! Seafood Tournament Paihia, Bay of Islands, October 13-14 -- a two-day seafood tournament featuring scuba diving, free diving, spear fishing, and fishing -- including boat and surfcasting which means anyone can participate. Go to paihianz.co.nz/it_ festival/catch_it/ Coastal Classic Yacht Race, October 19. The biggest race of its type in New Zealand and inspired by speed record attempts dating back to the 1920s. Yachts begin racing on the Friday morning from Devonport, Auckland. The Duke of Marlborough Hotel will be open through the night for supporters, and to welcome the first boats to the bar. Party on the Saturday evening and prizegiving on the Sunday morning, both held at The Pub on York St. See coastal classic.co.nz. It Festival of Wine and Food, Village Green, Paihia October 20, 11am. The ''it'' is the event not to be missed -- Love it! Cook it! Drink it! Bite it! Sing it! This is it. Go to paihianz.co.nz/it_festival. Historic Northland Voyage,R Tucker Thompson, Paihia, October 26, 27, 28 and 29. Go to tucker.co.nz. Bay of IslandsP&IShow and Savouring the Source Food and Wine Festival Waimate North Showgrounds, November 10 -- the 170th anniversary of NZ's first P and I Show. The show started in 1842 close to the site of the Waimate Mission House and is still going strong today, with many of the original pioneer families still involve. Traditional events include equestrian, livestock, calf club, sheep and pet lambs, small animal tent, dog trials and trade displays, demonstrations, colourful food stalls, wood chopping competition and live entertainment with talent quests for adults and children. Hotly contested are all sections in the Exhibition Hall, where special guest Jack Hobbs will be a judge and later give a seminar. In a marquee, Savouring the Source showcases regional food products, local wine, cafes, artisan food producers and restaurants. The day includes the finals of Kids Can Cook, a Northland Wine Association wine options competition, and cooking demonstrations from NZ Beef and Lamb's ambassador Brenton Lowe and celebrity chef Paul Jobin. Grand parade at 3.30pm. A time-honoured rural spectacle. Go to bayofislandsshow.co.nz. Juken Kaitaia Run/Walk, Arnold Rae Park, Kaitaia, October 2. Run, fast walk or casual walk either 5km or 10km. Entries close October 24, no entries accepted on the day. Go to runwalkseries.co.nz.
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