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WHANGAREI LEADER, NOVEMBER 23, 2010
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This is a free listing of upcoming events in Whangarei.
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23-27: Showtime! Octagon Theatre, 13 Aubrey St. Show
$20, Dinner & Show, $36. 438-8135.
23-28: Green Field - Korean watercolour paintings and
wood carving by Paul Kim. Reyburn House Art Gallery, Town
23-Dec 11: Disco Inferno - Whangarei Theatre Company,
Riverbank Centre. Dinner and show $45, show only $25.
Tickets from Whangarei Suit Hire.
23-Jan 7: Credo and Quest -a selective survey of Religion
and Spirituality in New Zealand Art. Whangarei Art Museum,
23: Sathya Sai Baba Birthday Celebration. 7.30pm
Masonic Hall, Maunu Rd. Light supper. All welcome. Food
collection toward Salvation Army food bank.
23-26: Plunket Shield Cricket. 10.30am daily Cobham
Oval. Northern Knights vs Canterbury Wizards (frst home
game of season). Free entry. 438-2400.
23-Dec 24: The Firebirds Northland Potters Group
exhibition, Porcine Gallery, Piggery bookstore, Walton St.
24: Whangarei Love it: Wear It: T Shirt Fashion Show,
7pm Old Library, Rust Ave. Entertainment - Ema Paki, Luke
Bird and Andrew Garrett.
24: USA comedian Craig Gass, Salut Bar & Brasserie,
three-course dinner and show package $69.95, show only
24-Dec 8: Visions of Morocco - Exhibition, Old Library,
Rust Ave. Joy Stockwells 15 year photo essay of journeys to
25: Pathfnding Event, 6pm-7pm, fun walk/run using a
map. Registration 5.30pm, meet Mander park. 021-41-2041.
25: 10 year celebration of the sinking of the HMNZS
Waikato off Tutukaka. Schnappa Rock, 8.30pm.
25: Royal Forest & Bird Northern Branch - end of year
26: Chapter Two (duo singing songs from 50s to the 80s).
7.30-11.30pm. Whangarei RSA, Rust Ave. Free entry.
26: Fiddelore & Friends. Revas Town Basin, 8pm. $15 at
26: Friday Night Markets @ the Old Library. 40 stalls &
entertainment, 5.30-9.30pm. Gold coin entry.
26: Whangarei Hospital Medical Review fundraiser
for Project Promise. Forum North. $5. NOT suitable for
26: Whangarei Rock `n Roll Club 1950s social, suitable
for all ages, BYO, 7pm-late, clubrooms William Fraser
26: Tempist Fujit. Poroti Tavern. 8.30pm. $10.
26: Sons of Zion. Tikipunga Tavern. $20.
26: Immigration clinic (free). 10am-2.30pm, Whangarei
Migrant Centre, 71 Bank St. 430-0571 to register.
26: Movember Sausage Sizzle. Bunnings Warehouse
26-Dec 5: Cackleberry Stew. Daily 9am to 4.50pm at
Quarry Arts Centre. 438-1215.
27: Glenbervie Market. 9am-1pm Glenbervie Hall, 236
Ngunguru Rd. 437-6916.
27: Come Dancing - ballroom, Latin American, old time.
Instep Dance Studio, 149 Dent Street, 8pm. Good supper.
430-0089 or www.instepdance.co.nz.
27: Whangarei Growers Market. Water St Carpark,
Water Street. 6.30-10.30am. 435-3161.
27: Fashion Fiesta, by NorthTec design students and
Mairtown Kindergarten, 3pm, St Francis Xavier Parish Hall,
Tickets $5 each or $20 family, available from Mairtown
Kindergarten, 21 Princes Street, 437-2742.
27: David Meredith (guitar and vocals). Revas, Town
28: Christmas Carols From Around The World.
Whangarei Choral Society. St Johns Church, Kamo Rd.
2.30pm. $20, $15 senior & $5 children. 435-5445.
28: Swing Dance Party with nautical theme. 7.30PM
Griffn Hall, 7 Grant St, Kamo. $5. Beginner lesson 8pm.
28: Waipu Boutique Sunday Market and Cafe.
Coronation Hall 9am-1pm. 027-450-7377.
29: Juxtapose Fashion Show. NorthTec Fashion
Department, proceeds to the SPCA. 7pm. Forum North.
Ticketek $20, children $10.
30: Breast Cancer Support Northland - An evening with
style! 7pm, Forum North. Ticketek $20. 432-2117.
1: Pecha Kucha number 5, 20 x 20 slides -12
presenters. Old Library, Rust Ave, doors 6.30pm, start
2: Old Time Dance, Xmas Tea Dance, Senior Citizens Hall,
Alexander St, 12.45-2.45pm. All welcome. 438-7524.
2: Kat Brown guitar and vocals. Vinyl Restaurant and
2: Jam night. Revas, Town Basin.
4: Waipu Saturday Market. 9-1pm @ Coronation Hall.
4: Onerahi Markets. 8am-12noon. Onerahi Hall, Church St.
437-7770. (1st Sat each month).
4-5: Whangarei Summer Show. Barge Showgrounds
5: Santas on Bikes - Family Fun Day Out in Tutukaka.
Tutukaka Reserve from noon. Music, sausage sizzle, face
painting and lollie scrambles with SPECTACULAR prizes from
generous Tutukaka Coast businesses. All proceeds to Project
Members, their guests & affiliates welcome. Cour tesy van available.
Ph: (0 9) 435 1765 Meldrum St, Kamo
Check out our website www.kamoclub.co.nz
This week at
Friday 26th November
Steve Tulloch Band
7-11.30pm. No cover charge.
Saturday 27th November
Main Lounge Closed for Private Member Function.
Meals available from the bar.
Sunday 28th November
Tea Dance 5-9pm
~NEW MENU OUT NOW~
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME! Only $50 to join!
Wednesday to Saturday 5.30-8.30pm
Sunday $15 Buffet 5-7.30pm
Members Discount Applies
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26TH
9PM TILL LATE
DJ. BIG DADDY
MC. RICKI PRIME
NO DRUGS • NO ALCOHOL
DOOR SALES FROM 9PM
Scottish fiddle, gypsy
Swing, foot stomping
Fri 26 Nov, 8pm
$15 cover charge
Ph 438 8969
@ Reva's on
with special guests
"BB and Alex"
Band hits the right notes
Fiddlelore: From left: Grace
Foote, Emily Roughton,
Mark Mazengarb and
Fiddlelore are just about
to release their debut
album and will be
teaming up with banjo
off concert at Reva s on
the Waterfront on
From small beginnings
at Whangarei Growers
Market in 2005, the
Whangarei folk group
on to win recognition
nationwide as a vibrant
young band renowned for
The musicians -- Grace
Stevenson, Kathleen Wo-
jcik, Emily Roughton,
Penelope Foote and
Mark Mazengarb --
deliver musical styles
ranging from Scottish
fiddle to gypsy swing.
Fiddlelore were semi
finalists in the 2008 TV
programme NZ s Got
Talent, were guest art-
ists at the Auckland Folk
Festival in January 2009
and were also invited to
play as guests at this
year s Dunedin Folk Fes-
Alex & BB combine
the five-string and the
Irish tenor banjo to cre-
ate a sound that calls
upon their musical
bluegrass, jazz and
celtic. They have proved
it is possible to play two
banjos in tune with each
Tickets are $15 at the
Fiddlelore s self titled
debut album will be
available at the show
and on their website
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