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WHANGAREI LEADER, MARCH 22, 2011
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22-26: Collaboration NZ 2011. McGregors Bay,
Whangarei Heads. Open public day Mar 23, 10am-3pm. No
reserve auction Sat Mar 26, Forum North. Public viewing
11am, auction 1pm. 434-0540.
22-27: Ann Verdcourt Survey Exhibition - Te Manawa
Museums Trust and Sarjeant Gallery. Whangarei Art Museum,
Water St. 430-4240.
22-28: Celebration of Photography by Whangarei Camera
Club. Reyburn House Art Gallery. 438-3074.
22-Apr 1: Facebook Whare. A multimedia exhibition by
Tane Matiu & Trent Morgan. Old Library Arts Centre, Rust Ave.
22-Apr 20: A Te Wa - A collaborative exhibition by Davina
Duke and Julie Cromwell. Tuatara, 29 Bank St. 430-0121.
23: Michael Jackson History Tour (tribute show). Forum
23-25: Into the Woods. Maungakaramea Village Hall, cnr.
Maungakaramea & Tauraroa Rds. 7pm each night. $5 at door.
24: Lauren Thomson & Tami Neilson - Chanteuses &
Shotguns Tour. 8pm Salut Bar, Bank St. $15.
25: Kosher. Brauhause Fringes Brewery, 104 Dent St.
25: Friday Night Markets. Old Library 5.30-9.30pm.
Gold coin entry. 430-6432.
25: Stoked & Broke Movie Premiere - Surfaid &
Christchurch Beneft, The Surf Emporium cnr Kamo and
25: Open air cinema - `Boy. Reyburn House Lane Reserve.
Starts at sunset. Free!
25: The Breeze Brothers: Butter Factory Wine Bar,
8 Butter Factory Lane. R18, free.
25: Hawks and Doves. Butterbank, 84 Bank St. 11pm-2am.
25-27: Waipu vs Colac Bay Rugby Shield Match. Netball
Sat 12.30pm & rugby 3pm. Caledonian Park. 0274 733 572.
26: Come Dancing. Instep Dance Studio, 149 Dent St. 8pm.
26: Project Promise Barn Auction. Cnr Okara Dr and Port
Rd - 2pm.
26: Glenbervie Market. 236 Ngunguru Rd. 9am-1pm.
26: Onerahi Fun Day, 10am-2pm. 436-3203, 0274-294-315.
26: Glaucoma New Zealand Seminar. Forum North
10-11.30am. Rust Ave. Free.
26: Whangarei Group Riding for the Disabled Association
open day, 10am-2pm, Barge Park, Maunu.
26: Whangarei Growers Market. Water St Carpark,
26: Whangarei Car Boot Sale, food and goods for sale
John St carpark 8am-12pm. 021-2085-201.
26: NZ Offshore Powerboat Race. Marsden Cove Marina,
Marsden Cove. Starts 1pm.
26-27: Northland Boat Show. Marsden Cove Marina.
26-27: Cove Yachting Regatta. Marsden Cove Marina.
26-27: Small Boats Fishing Tournament. Tutukaka.
27: Funky Fishing & Diving Competition. Whangarei
Harbour & Bream Bay. www.funkyfshing.co.nz.
27: Tikipunga Tavern Carpark Market. Wanaka St,
1-30: April Fools Day exhibition. Hangar Frames and
Gallery, 402 Kamo Rd.
2: Onerahi Market, 8am-12pm. Stalls available. 437-7770.
2: Waipu Sat Market. Coronation Hall 9-1pm.
3, 10: Mangawhai Beach & Country Market @ Domain.
2, 16: Whangarei Saloon & Stock Car Club Races. Port
Rd. Demolition Derby. 1pm start. 436-2960
3: Matarau School Annual Trial Ride. 8.30am registration.
Lovells Farm, Lovell Rd, Pipiwai. 435-5509.
3: Kiwi North Live Day - Medieval theme. Heritage Park,
State Highway 14, Maunu. 10am - 4pm. $10, Children Free.
3: Northland Car Club Ruakaka street sprint. Sime & Kepa
Rds. 10am. 438-9962.
4-May 29: Selected works by Rita Angus - Museum of
New Zealand Te Papa. Art Museum, Cafer Park, Water St.
6: Operatunity - The Three Tenors & A Soprano.
Central Baptist Church, 202 Bank St. 11am. 0508-266-237.
8: Girlfriends 2011 - Grace - Fashion Showcase.
Thirty3 Event and Conference Centre, Porowini Ave. Tickets:
8-10: Whangarei Embroiders Guild exhibition, Cafer
Suite Forum North, Fri 1-4pm, Sat 8am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm,
raffes, displays, gold coin entry.
9: Royal Forest & Bird Northern Branch feld trips.
Tahi Conservation & Ecotourism Estate Pataua North.
9: Hikurangi Country Market. Main St 7am-12noon.
9: Public Viewing - Northern Astronomical Society.
Whangarei Observatory, Heritage Park, Maunu. Starts when
the stars come out. $10 children $5. 027-316-3020.
10: Waipu Boutique Sunday Market and Cafe.
Coronation Hall 9am-1pm. Quality locally handcrafted new
goods only. 027-450-7377.
10: Northland Horsemanship Games NEW. Barge
Showgrounds Events Centre 9.30am. Free.
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
*Wednesday to Saturday
March Madness Sunday Buffet
$10 (Members) $12 (Non-members)
*Members Discount Applies
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME! Only $50 to join!
Saturday 26th March
7-11pm. No cover charge.
Sunday 27th March
Tea Dance. 5-9pm.
MEMBERS, GUESTS & AFFILIATED
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
Rust Ave, Whangarei (Courtesy Coach) • PH 438 3792
Friday 25th March
End of Summer Beach Party
Flick the sand out of your beachgear, put on your
sandals, and come along for an evening of fun.
Prizes for Best/Worst Dressed
Friday 25th March
Entree $5, Main $15, Dessert $5
Friday 1st April Eddie Hemara
AUTHENTIC THAI CUISINE
• New loyalty card
• Fully Licensed BYOW
• Lunch Wed-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm
• Dinner 5pm ピll late 7 nights
• Dine in or takeaway
2 Bank Street, Whangarei
Phone 438 0711
A FUN DAY OUT FOR EVERYONE
Sat 26th & Sun 27th March
Paramount Parade (by countdown) Tikipunga
Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd April
William Fraser Park ( Riverside Drive)
Ditch the Workout
Join the Party
Instep Dance Studio
149 Lower Dent St
or Phone 4300089
Chance to win
We have two tickets to
give away to the
Simply email us your
name, address and
work contact phone
number to whangarei.
Tenors in the subject
line -- by noon, March
30, to go into the
A stellar performance is
promised with the return
of Three Tenors and a
Soprano next month.
Performing on April 6
at the Central Baptist
Church on Bank St,
tenors Benjamin Fifita
Allan Moetaua, Derek
Hill and soprano Susan
Boland with pianist Alex
Wiltshire will be pres-
enting a brand new con-
cert of inspiring reper-
toire. It will feature
signature songs of the
Everyone's heard of
The Three Tenors and
The Irish Tenors, but
now New Zealand can
take pride in having our
own talented Three
Tenors,'' says Operatun-
ity director Geoffrey
Included in the reper-
toire are favourite arias
and ballads such as You
are my heart's delight,
Granada, You raise me
up and Battle Hymn of
Makisi in action at
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