Northern News : November 7th 2012
31 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 7, 2012 NEWS Boarding Kennels Canvas & Shades Blinds & Screens 4466156AA • Blinds • Shutters • Insect & Security Screens & Doors • Awnings, Patio curtains & Repairs Supply & Installation Free measure and quote 0800 255 300 / 09 407 5906 Loop Road, Waipapa 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 2897795AA 4815490AA Boarding Kennels & Grooming Parlour Ph: 09 407 8027 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 4949263AA AttheT aheke T avern 3229 State Highway 12, Taheke. Ph: 09 401 4868 Northland Idol Karaoke Competition First prize $1000 Heats Taheke @ Taheke Tavern Thurs 15th & Sat 22nd November 7.30pm start Omapere @ Copthorne Hotel Fri 16th November 7.30pm start Paihia @ TMO Sports Bar Sat 17th November 7.30pm start Kerikeri @ Rocksalt Bar Fri 23rd November 8pm start Kohukohu @ Kohukohu Hotel Sat 24th November 7.30pm start Kaikohe @ Kaikohe RSA Fri 30th November 7.30pm start At the Taheke Tavern GRAND FINAL 8th December • Gathering 5pm Floats to assemble at the Kerikeri Domain at 5.15pm Contact person: Brian Cliffin 407 9443 021 235 0782 Well here comes Santa Claus, here com right down Kerikeri Roa Santa is the special guest of the Kerikeri Lions Club m Prizes for decorated bikes, non-business and business entries mes Santa Claus, ad! k i Li Clb mes Santa Claus Business Entry Fee $35 We Serve Friday 7th December 2012 KERIKERI LIONS CHRISTMAS PARADE 4958104AA TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 NOTICES The Mobile Ear Caravan, November 7, Kaitaia Community Clinic, outside the Plunket Rooms, 9am-3pm, November 8, at Doubtless Bay Community Clinic, Te Whare Building, 8.30am-2.30pm. November 7, Paihia Community Clinic, outside St John, 9am-2.30pm. November 8, Kaikohe Community Clinic, outside Broadway Health, 8.30am-3.30pm. Feed Bags and Baling Twine to Wearable Art, Showcase your talent in creativeness and start designing your wearable art today. Event taking place at the Kaikohe AP&H Show on January 12 at noon. For entry form contact Margaretanne 09 405 2212, email email@example.com or call into Passion8, Kaikohe, opposite Post Shop. Kiaido Ryu Martial Arts, Kawakawa Primary Hall, Tuesday and Thursday 6.30pm-8pm. Sensei Warren Gabb 022 032 9874. Two free intro lessons. Go to martialarts.co.nz. Little Vineyards of Kerikeri, December 15, 11.30am to 5pm. Entry by way of pre- purchase glass from The Fat Pig Vineyard Cellar door or from our wine shop in the Maritime building on the Paihia Wharf. Cost $20. Bay of Islands Arts and Crafts Markets, November 3, 4, 10, 17, 24 at the Paihia Memorial Hall, Williams Rd from 9am- 4pm. Contact Bill 407 7771. Northland Boccia Association, a sport, similar to petanque, for people with disabilities. Looking for members both disabled and able bodied volunteers. Go to northlandboccia.co.nz or phone Christine 09 37 3266. Bay of Islands Pastoral and Industrial Show and Savouring the Source food and wine festival, November 10 in Showgrounds Rd, Waimate North. Enjoy traditional events and entertainment with special displays and demonstrations to celebrate 170 years: The Ulysses Motor cycle club featuring their iconic motor cycles, the New Zealand Mounted Games Association featuring top international games riders, open log splitting competition, Be Free talent quest semifinals plus the Red Squad and Dan Pinkney, celebrity chef Paul Jobin. Gates open 8am, $10 per person, children 12 and under free. Visit bayofislandsshow.co.nz. State Classic Russell to Paihia Ocean swim, November 10. Official State Ocean Swim Clinics will be held in Paihia on November 4. The clinic will be led by Karen Markin and Nikki Field. It will discuss how to swim efficiently and effectively over long distances, navigation skills including sighting, maintaining a straight line, dealing with currents rounding buoys, starts and finishes, swimming in a pack amid the chaos and remaining calm. Contact 09 402 5212 or 021 292 6768. Climate resilience workshop, an opportunity to learn about and discuss what climate resilience means, how it might influence your business, local environment and community and what you can do about it. The Turner Centre, Kerikeri, November 13, 10am-1pm. Contact ruth@ livingwatersboi.org.nz. Kaitaia garden safari, Riding for the Disabled annual garden safari, November 24 and 25. Kaitaia West area -- Pukepoto /Ahipara -- lovely gardens, galleries of Maori art, wood carvings, etc, garden-related stalls, raffles, food available. Headquarters will be at Pukepoto School where there will be a display of scarecrows, made by the children and artwork. Tickets from Mitre 10 Kaitaia, Lemonwood Gardens River of Life Garden Centre, Kaitaia i-Site, The Garden Centre and TreesCo, Pukepoto Rd. $15 per person. Contact Irene Knowler 09 406 2022 or Sandy White 09 408 1488. Fullers Kerikeri Half Marathon, Kerikeri, November 17, includes run, casual walk, competitive walk and race chair categories. Contact Sport Northland on 09 470 3200, email sportnorth@ sportnorth.co.nz or visit kerikerihalfmarathon. co.nz for more information. Kerikeri Half Marathon Street Party, Kerikeri, November 17, 5pm. Kerikeri's main street is closed off and filled with more than 25 foodies from Northland selling wonderful fresh food, plus local boutique and award winning vineyards and a bar dedicated to serving nice cold beer. The carnival atmosphere is topped off with stiltwalkers and fire eaters. Admission free. Visit kerikeristreetparty.co.nz. Kaikohe Agricultural, Pastoral & Horticultural Association A&P Show January 2013, competitive equestrian and livestock events, side shows, entertainment, trade stalls. Fun for the whole family. Contact Margaret Osborne firstname.lastname@example.org or call 09 40 2400. Bay of Islands Sailing Week, January 23, 24, 25. Talent quest, Bay of Islands P&I Show and Be Free have joined forces to stage talent quests, with the semifinals being held at the Waimate North Show on November 10 and the finals at the Be Free Family Day Out on February 24. 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 or 021 883 616, clairefg@gmail. com for more information the Youth Music Programme. Kaikohe Christmas Parade is on December 8. Paihia Christmas Parade, December 13, 5.30pm. The theme this year is Paihia takes to the Stage! Come and watch or build a float. It is free to enter a float so you can enter as a business or a community float. Visit paihianz.co.nz. International Academy, open day, November 17, noon-3pm, rain or shine. The Bay of Island's freshest, state- funded, Y1-8, primary school, 935 Purerua Rd. Gp to bofiia.com Contact BayIntAc@gmail.com ph 09 407 9749. Artcraft Society Kerikeri, annual exhibition of paintings and pottery, December 1and 2 at Cherry Park House, Landing Rd, Kerikeri, 9.30am-4.30pm. Dance class, at the Ipipiri Art upstairs studio, Paihia. This will be a community dance group, cost being by donation to IpipiriArt Charitable Trust for use of the studio. Second and fourth Mondays of the month from 7pm-9pm. The next dates are November 12 and 26. Contact Jeanie Mobley 09 402 8021 Kerikeri Patchwork and Quilters Club, annual exhibition, January 11-14, 10am-4pm. Kerikeri Primary School Hall, Hone Heke Rd, Kerikeri.
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