Northern News : January 30th 2013
19 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 30, 2013 NEWS 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 TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 5093877AA THE NAVY BAND IN CONCERT at THE TURNER CENTRE, KERIKERI Saturday 2nd February, 6pm Adults $10, Children $5.00 Ph: 09 407 0260 to book TODAY www.turnercentre.co.nz THE ROYAL NEW ZEALAND NAVY BAND KELVIN CRUICKSHANK SOUL FOOD SHOW Copthorne Hotel & Resort Waitangi Friday 8th February 7.00pm - 9.30pm www.iticket.co.nz Ph 09 361 1000 www.kelvincruickshank.co.nz 5132817A A 4619560AJ Bar Open 3.30pm Daily Happy Hour Friday 5 -- 6pm Kerikeri R.S.A KERIKERI RSA Bar and Restaurant Cobham Road, Ph: 09 407 8585 www.kerikerirsa.co.nz VISITORS AND NEW MEMBERS WELCOME choice of two mains Restaurant Open Thurs - Sun Sunday Roast Members $11, Non Members $14.50 $8.95 meals Every Friday Night Coming Events Jam Session this Sat night Sat 23rd Feb Fun Dance Party NOTICES Mangonui Waterfront Festival,April 6 featuring local wine, food, artand entertainment--anon-profit community eventorganised and run by Doubtless Bay Promotions. Senior and Junior Mastercook Competitions to be held at the Ocean & OrchardWine & Food Festival, Feb 23 at the Domain Kerikeri. If you love to cook enter this fun competition. Cash prizes. See oceanandorchard festival.co.nzfor information andentry details. Soundgarden, Kohukohu, Wizardand Oz. Waitangi Day -- Feb 6, music beginsat3 pm sharp, and a shared meal at 6pm. A late ferryat 11pm to the south side. Morrell's Cafe, Waimamaku, music on Feb 5. The Eastern areastring band who play a rollicking, hearty and authentic brand of music. Both dinner and supper are available at the venue. Music starts at 6.30pm. Doubtless Bay Farmers' Market and Natural Crafts, every Saturday morning 9am-2pm at Taipa Area School hall andcar park. Whakamana Hauora, living a healthy life with a chronic health condition.Free self- management course, startingJan 29, 10am to 12.13pm in Kaikohe at the Baptist Church Centre. Suitable for people with chronic health conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, diabetes, heart disease, respiratory conditions, depression or any other longterm health problem that may be disrupting your life. Also suitable for carersand family members of people with health conditions. Call 09 402 8562 or 021 1504631. This could be the first step to a new beginning. Te Tai Tokerau PHO Kaikohe Community Arts Council presents The Eastern,astringband that roarslikeapunkband, swings like a gospel band, works like a bar band with a touch of folk and country. Pioneer Village, Kaikohe, Feb 3, 1pm -- gates open noon. Tickets $15, children under 10 free from Passion8 and Pioneer Village. Go to forteastern.com. Seaweek,March 2-10 March, theme is Healthy Seas-Healthy People, andis run by NZ Association for Environment Education.Go to: email@example.com. The Cape Brett Challenge, April 27 -- three route options, 37km classic run which takes in the lighthouse, 17km Whangamumu loop run/ walk and10km Kauri Ridge run/walk. 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 formore information the Youth Music Programme. Ocean and Orchard wine and food festival, Feb 23 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. Waitangi Day Celebrations, Feb 5-6, two days of bi- 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 Red Checkers' and Waitangi has Talentfinals. Go to waitangi.org.nz. ARTS CALENDAR Military band: The RNZ Navy Band, set to visit over Waitangi Weekend. The bandis regarded as one of the country's finest militarybands. Their concerts will be entertaining, fun and with music to suit all tastes, promises music director Lieutenant Commander Owen Clarke. The band will present two short Village Green free concerts at Pahia and Russell, and also perform two ceremonial events on the Waitangi Treaty grounds. The major public concertisattheKerikeriTurner Centre where the band will present a two hour longvaried concert showing the best of what it has to offer. EVENTS Hot Ginger gallery,Kerikeri Rd, new works by Hot Ginger artists and fashionwear by Heike Ngan, open daily. 10am- 4pm, 389 Kerikeri Rd. Work by Bill Snider at Kaan Zamaan,Kerikeri Rd, until Mar 3. Openingpreview, Friday, Jan 25, 5pm-8pm, open seven days. The Ones with Pencils, non- profit, youth run,art collective, 11 Cobham Rd, opening hours, Mon-Sat, 10am-4pm, Sunday 10am--12.30pm. Film night on Saturdays. 7pm-9pm. Art at Wharepuke presents MarkGraver,Constable Country, an ongoing transdisciplinaryproject involvinginstallation of found reproductions, printmaking, video, digital drawingand digital prints. Gallery open seven days 9am-5pm.Kerikeri Rd. Hokianga Art Gallery, Summer exhibition,atthe i-SITE, Opononi. Hokianga artists exhibit painting, prints, ceramics, sculpture, woodwork, jewelleryand more until January 31. Open daily 8.30am-5pm. Village Arts Kohukohu, Outpost Hokianga DIY Design, pop up installation by Lise Strathdee. Runsuntil Jan 31. Village Arts annual Summer Showcase, Kohukohu and new workin MargMorrow Photographic Gallery. The Pink Room, open design studio and boutique stocking local Keri designers. 2505B SH10, down the laneat Martys Golf Cafe. Open Sat- Sun, 10am-4pm and weekdays 2pm-7pm. Art In Kerikeri, now open through to February 2013 in downtown Kerikeriat99 Kerikeri Rd. Eight artists offering painting, ceramics, wood works and more. Mon- Fri, 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 10am-1pm. Ocean and Orchard wineand food festival, Saturday, February 23, KerikeriDomain, Bay of Islands, 11am-6pm. Wearable Arts Competition. Design andcreate a wearable accessory item with an Ocean and/or Orchard theme, ie a hat, bag, mask, scarf, neckpiece, belt, etc -- your choice. Entries will be judged on originality, creative use of materials, appropriateness to theme quality of workmanship and overall presentation. Two sectionsandprizes for: students -- 12--17 yearsand senior --18yearsand over.Go to oceanandorchard festival.co.nz. Royal NZ Navy Band presents a public indoor concertatthe Turner Centre, Saturday, Feb 2, 6pm. Tickets: $10 per adult and$5per child/ student. Bookings essential.Village Green free concerts, Feb 3, 2pm, Paiha Village Green and Feb 4, 10am at Russell Village Green.Ceremonial festivities at Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Feb 5, 4.45pm, beat retreat andceremonial sunset, Feb 6, noon --gun salute preceded by shortconcert.
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