Northern News : January 9th 2013
19 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 9, 2013 NEWS 093626AA Blinds & Screens Canvas & Shades Beauty Therapy 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: email@example.com 5082836AA 5083317AA • Blinds • Shutters • Insect & Security Screens & Doors • Awnings, Patio curtains & Repairs Supply & Installation Free measure and quote 0800 255 300 / 09 407 5906 5063692AA SOFT LASER HAIR REMOVAL • Facials • Waxing • Manicure/Pedicure • Acrylic nails • Tinting - eyelash/brows • Make up • Hairdressing KELVIN CRUICKSHANK SOUL FOOD SHOW Copthorne Hotel & Re or Waitang Fr day 11th Januar y 7.00pm - 9. 0pm www.iticket.co.nz Ph 09 361 1000 Te Ahu Centre, Kaitaia Friday, 25th January Tickets at Te Ahu I-site Ph 09 401 5200 or 0800 920 029 www.kelvincruickshank.co.nz POSTPONED TILL 8TH FEBRUARY CALL FOR ENTRIES Open to all Northland Artists and NSA members to submit work in Painting, Drawing or Mixed- media.visit www.reyburnhouse.co.nz for details. Entries close: SUN / 03-FEB-2013 Exhibition at Reyburn House Gallery, Whangarei 10 -- 28-FEB-2013 Northland Society of Arts Reyburn House Gallery Reyburn House Lane Town Basin, Whangarei (09) 438 3074 firstname.lastname@example.org www.reyburnhouse.co.nz The Waitangi Treaty Grounds are holding a Talent Show. Budding artists that would like to participate can upload their video to the Waitangi Treaty Grounds Facebook page. Videos can be uploaded till the 25th January. Voting finishes at midnight on the 30th January. The 10 finalists will battle it out at the Treaty Grounds on the 5th February for the First prize of $1000, Second prize of The Rock Overnight Cruise for 2 people, and the Third prize: Tandem parasail (for 2) with Flying Kiwi Parasail. Judges are Ria Hall, Vodafone 2012 music album of the year winner and Kereama Te Ua one of New Zealand's premier hiphop dance and theatre choreographers. The third judge is world acclaimed comedian and actor Andre King. The 2 MC's will be announced soon. Waitangi has Talent is an all ages, alcohol free event. Waitangi has Talent For more information go to www.waitangi.org.nz 5094749AA TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 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 NOTICES For the Next 7 Generations, a movie screeningat Woodlands Conference CentreKerikeri, January 13, 3.30pm --four yearsin the making--featuring13 indigenous grandmothers from all over the world. They weresomoved by their concern for the planet they formed a historic alliance; as a call for change from ongoing destructive productionmethods to planetaryprotection using healthy means. Twilight Golf Croquet, Cherry Park, opposite Waipapa Landingevery Tuesday evening at 5.15pm to 7pm startingJan 8. $4 pernight. Beginners welcome. Seaweek,March 2-10 March, theme is Healthy Seas- Healthy People, andisrun by NZ Association for Environment Education.Goto email@example.com. The Cape Brett Challenge, April27--three route options, 37km classic run which takes in the lighthouse, 17km Whangamumu loop run/walk and 10km Kauri Ridge run/ walk. Kerikeri Patchwork and Quilters Club,annual exhibition,January 11-14, 10am-4pm.KerikeriPrimary School Hall, Hone Heke Rd, Kerikeri. Feed Bags & Baling Twine to Wearable Art, Showcase your talentin creativeness and start designingyour wearable art today. Event taking place at the Kaikohe AP&H Show, January12atnoon.For entry form contact Margaretanne 09 405 2212, email firstname.lastname@example.org call into Passion8, Kaikohe, opposite Post Shop. Kaikohe A&P Show January 12, competitive equestrian and livestock events, side shows, entertainment, trade stalls. Fun for the whole family. Contact Margaret Osborne email@example.com or call 09 40 2400 formore information. Bay of Islands Sailing Week, January 23, 24, 25. Talent quest,finals at the Be Free Family Day Out on Feb 24. Contact Claireon 09 407 1506 or 021 883 616, firstname.lastname@example.org for moreinformation the Youth Music Programme. Ocean and Orchard wine and food festival,February23 from 11am-6pm Kerikeri Domain, showcasing the best of Northland's vineyards, local cuisine, seafood, produce and musicians. Visit oceanandorchard festival.co.nz. Tickets adult $20, youth $10, children free. Supervised kids' area. Wet weather contingency venue The Turner Centre. Wearable Arts Competition at the Ocean &OrchardWine & Food Festival. Design and create a wearable accessory item with an ocean and/or orchardtheme. Two sections andprizes for junior --under 18 yearsandsenior 18 years andover.Gotoocean andorchardfestival.co.nzfor entry details. Far North Rodeo ,Kaitaia Showgrounds, SH1, Kaitaia, January2,10am. Feature events include steer wrestling, barrel racing, team roping, saddle bronc, bull riding. Contact secretary Daphne Neho, ph 09 408 0119 or 09 408 8856 email@example.com. Live music at The Duke of Marlborough Hotel, Russell, January 25, 26 and27- Andrew Farrell and David McMillan, WizardandOz. The Honey-Jam,Te Kowhai PointFarm,Kerikeri, January 26-27. A boutique music festival in the beautiful Bay of Islands andyoucan stay overnight, showcasingaworld class selection of bands and solo performances -- headed by Supergroove. Adult $135, Teen (13-17 inclusive) $95, Child (5-12 inclusive) $55, toddler (under 5) free. Camping $10 per person (excl toddlers). Costs arefor a weekend pass. Tickets at eventfinda.co.nz. Waitangi Day Celebrations, February5-6,twodaysofbi- cultural celebrationsatthe Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Events include 100 market stalls, three stages with a variety of entertainment, children's activities including the FireService Combat Challenge for kids. New Zealand's top Kapa Haka acts, the Navy Band, the Royal NZ Air Force aerobatic flyingTeam the Red Checkers' and Waitangi has Talentfinals. Formore information andprogramme waitangi.org.nz. Hokianga A&P Show, Broadwood, February 16. Northland Field Days, Dargaville, February 21, 22 and23.Goto northlandfielddays.co.nz. Waimamaku Wild Wests Festival, Hokianga, Mid North, February 23, entertainment, market stalls, possum skinning, barrel throwing, lots of fun.Come and listen to Urban Country playing all the best country rock tunes in Waimamaku's main street. Admission free. Captain Morgan 90 Mile Beach Snapper Bonanza, Ninety Mile Beach, Aupouri Peninsula, February 26, 27, 28, March 1, 2. A surf casting bonanza on the mighty 90 Mile Beach. Great prizes including $30,000 for heaviest snapper and $10,000 for average weight snapper,over $130,000 worth of lucky draw spot prizes. Go to snapperbonanza.co.nz. Te Houtaewa Beach Race Challenge, runsand walks, Ninety Mile Beach, 90 Mile Beach, AupouriPeninsula, March 23. Fourraces: The ultra marathon which is 60km, the marathon 42km and both half marathonrun and half marathon walk are 21km long. There is also a cycle race. Go to tehoutaewa.co.nz.
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