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WHANGAREI LEADER, APRIL 12, 2011
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This is a free listing of upcoming events in Whangarei.
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12-20: A Te Wa - Davina Duke and Julie Cromwell. Tuatara,
29 Bank St. 430-0121.
12-30: April Fools Day exhibition. Hangar Frames and
Gallery, 402 Kamo Rd.
12-May 29: Selected works by Rita Angus - Museum of
New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Art Museum, Cafer Park.
13-14: Te Tai Tokerau Maori culture festival. Hosted
by Whangarei Boys and Girls High schools - at Girls High
grounds. Weds 10am-5pm, Thu 8.45-5pm.
14: Orienteering Coaching Evening. ASB Northland Sports
House. 6.30-8.30pm. 021-412-041.
14: NZ Guitar Quartet. Old Library, Rust Ave. 430-6432.
15: SGCNZ University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare
Festival. 7pm, Kamo High School.
16: Bream Bay Community fundraiser for Christchurch.
Marsden Cove marquee from 5pm. Band: Jim Wallace & sons,
meals, auctions. $10, $5 students, under 12s free.
16: Whangarei Saloon & Stock Car Club Races. Port Rd.
Demolition Derby. 1pm start. 436-2960.
16: Nathan Haines - Jazz In the House. 8pm, Salut Bar,
69 Bank St. R18.
16: Morrison Hall Markets. 8am-1pm. R.S.A. Gardens,
Rust Ave. Fine weather only. 433-2775.
16: Whangarei Growers Market. Water St Carpark,
16: Whangarei Car Boot Sale, food and goods for sale
John St carpark 8am-12pm. 021-2085-201.
16: Jelly Wrestling (women friendly). Ballroom Billiards,
Bank St. R18, $10.
16: Yoga4Christchurch. 10am-11.30am Old Library Arts
Centre, Rust Ave. GA, $10.
16: Big Day In Otangarei, 10am-3pm, whanau fun day,
waiata and games, $5 hangi for Christchurch, Otangarei
Marae and felds.
16: Global Pecha Kucha Day to inspire Japan, 1pm, the
Old Library, Rust Ave.
17: Orienteering fun run/walk using map. Suitable for all.
Registration from 9.45am. 021-412-041.
17: Whangarei Choral Societys Crucifxion and
Easter, 2.30pm St Johns Church, Kamo Rd, $20 adults,
$15 superannuitants, $5 children, profts to the Christchurch
17: Whangarei Harmony Chorus Variety Concert. 2pm
Jane Mander Retirement Village, 262 Fairway Dr. Entry by
donation. Tea and Coffee served after Show.
17: Black Box Theatre and SweetPea Productions
auditions for Pack of Girls. 10am-4pm Old Library,
7 Rust Ave. firstname.lastname@example.org
19-20: The Magic Playhouse - The Enchanted Forest.
Forum North, Rust Ave.
21: Lunchtime Concert. Art Zegelaar School of Piano,
192 Bank St. 12.30-1.15pm. free.
23: Glenbervie Market. Glenbervie Community Hall,
Ngunguru Rd. Stall $5, 437-6916.
23: Artisans Fair - Easter Market. Cafer Park, Water St.
7am-2pm. Free entry. 435-4113 or 027-235-5943.
23: Waipu Street Market ( Easter Saturday). 9-1pm.
23: Waipu Carnival. Caledonian Park, The Centre Waipu
9am-2pm. Fundraising for Waipu Primary School.
23: Whananaki Easter Community Trail Ride, Opposite
Otamure Bay DOC camp. Whananaki North. 433-8253.
23-Jun 5: Lifelines: Jo Hardy - A Survey. Exhibited
concurrently with Rita Angus- Selected Works. Developed
and presented by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa
Tongarewa and Rita Angus - Sojourn in the North.
28: Karaoke. Tikipunga Tavern. 9pm-1am. R18.
29: Friday Night Markets. Arts, craft, collectibles, antiques,
bric a brac, young designers, bar food stalls, music. Old
Library 5.30-9.30pm. Gold coin entry. 430-6432.
29-May 1: BBNZ U19 Zone 1 Premiership Basketball
Tournament. Kensington Stadium, Western Hills Dr.
30: Skate Night, Theme Super Heroes, Portland
Recreational centre, McGill Rd. 6.30pm to 8.30pm, $5 entry &
$1 skate hire. 022-0799-282
30: Holland Festival - Queens Day. 12noon-8pm, Quarry
Arts Centre, 21 Selwyn Ave.
30-May 1: Mind Body Spirit Expo. Forum North, Rust Ave.
$5 at the door. 10am-5pm.
30: Dirty Dusting. 8pm, Forum North, Rust Ave (comedy
starring Suzanne Paul, Rima Te Wiata & Lynda Milligan).
2: Onerahi Market, 8am-12pm. Stalls available. 437-7770.
2: Waipu Sat Market. Coronation Hall 9-1pm. 0274586144.
8: Waipu Boutique Sunday Market and Cafe. Coronation
Hall 9am-1pm. Quality locally handcrafted new goods only.
14: Royal Forest & Bird Northern Branch feld trips.
Old Coach Rd - Parua Bay. 436-2003.
14: Hikurangi Country Market. Main St 7am-12noon.
21:The Laughing Samoans - Greatest Hits. Forum North
29: Diamonds & Ice Bridal Expo. Forum North.
Chris & Anne Leitch
Tuesday Nights - 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Starts May 3rd
Also Improvers Classes, Private Lessons, & Wedding Dance Tuition
Enquiries & Bookings Ph 09 4300089 - www.instepdance.co.nz
149 Lower Dent Street
It's never too late...
TO TAKE CHARGE
OF YOUR HEALTH!
Phone: 437 3438 or 433 8933
You owe it to yourself to check out CHIP
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Sunday 17 April 4pm
Wednesday 20 April 7pm
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MEMBERS, GUESTS & AFFILIATED
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Friday 15th April
Fri 21st April "Kim & Annet te"
Mon 25th April "The Outlaws"
Courtesy Coach Available
Rust Ave, Whangarei Ph 438 3792
Entree $5 Mains $15 Dessert $5
Wed-Fri 12-2 5.30-8pm, Sat 6-8pm
Chance for kids to get into sports these holidays
A free sports-based holiday pro-
gramme is on offer during the
school holidays starting on
Break-Away is for 11 to
15-year-olds and their brothers
and sisters and runs on April 18
to 21 and April 26 to 29 from
9.30am to 1.30pm at Manaia
View School, Raumanga, and
Tikipunga high schools and
Raurimu Avenue School in
Specialist sports coaches will
on hand in tennis, baseball,
AFL Kiwikick, athletics, bas-
ketball, golf, rugby, turbo-touch
Call Paul on 021-951-925 or
436-3045. Bookings essential.
A fundraising event this
weekend aims to weath-
Bream Bay Supports
Christchurch will be held
on April 16 from 5pm at
Marsden Cove marina.
The idea was inspired
by a group of residents
wanting to help after the
February quake which
left thousands of homes
committee secretary Jen-
nifer Rodrigue says.
A meeting was held at
the Marsden Yacht and
Boat Club rooms and
nearly 30 people showed
up enthusiastic about
the opportunity to get all
of the Bream Bay com-
munity together to sup-
port those in need.
We have been so well
supported by community
members and Bream Bay
businesses that it is
heartwarming and has
been easy to organise.
We were given the
use of the very large
marquee at the Marsden
Cove marina by Gray
Hopper. The food is
largely being handled by
the Marsden Lions.
Leesa Quann has
come on board. Quantum
Electrical is making sure
we have plenty of power-
points and lights, just to
name a few, she says.
The evening includes
Circus Network circus
performers and Jim Wal-
lace & Sons -- formerly
There will be a charity
auction plus silent auc-
tion items and raffles.
All proceeds will go to
help the quake relief
efforts, specifically a
Habitat for Humanity
project called SHELTER:
Getting a roof over Can-
Habitat is organising
up to 1000 volunteers to
fix 1200 homes.
There are people liv-
ing with gaping holes in
their homes with winter
coming. We think our
donation will go further
because it will support
Visit the Facebook page
Bream Bay Supports
Christchurch to see
details on auction items
or for more information.
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