Waiheke Marketplace : November 10th 2010
28 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 EVENTS Bookings: ph 372 4240 • Prices: $14/$10/$7 www.wicc.co.nz • 2 Korora Rd, Oneroa Mailing list: email@example.com Wk46 Wed 10th November 5:30pm Show Me Shorts - Film Festival Redemption [M] 84mins 7:30pm Animal Kingdom [R16] 112mins FINAL Thu 11th November 8:00pm Show Me Shorts - Film Festival Noir Motive [M] 83mins Fri 12th November 5:30pm Water Whisperers: Tangaroa [E] 78mins 8:00pm Farewell [M] 113mins Sat 13th November 2:00pm Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole [PG] 100mins 5:00pm Four Lions [R13] 102mins 8:00pm Mother and Child [M] 125mins Sun 14th November 2:00pm Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole [PG] 100mins FINAL 5:00pm The Insatiable Moon [M] 90mins 7:30pm Show Me Shorts - Film Festival Kissing Games [M] 87mins Mon 15th November 7:30pm Four Lions [R13] 102mins Tue 16th November 5:00pm Farewell [M] 113mins FINAL 7:30pm Kogis, Message From The Last Men [E] 52mins - Entry by koha Wed 17th November 12:30pm Mother and Child [M] 125mins 07:30pm The Insatiable Moon [M] 90mins FINAL 12:00 midnight Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows [M] 146mins NEW COMING SOON: 25 Nov: The Ghost Writer • Eat Pray Love A Prophet • Despicable Me • The White Ribbon CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS RESTRICTED FILMS: 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 UNRESTRICTED FILMS: G Approved for General Exhibition PG Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over (CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS) Harry Potter film Harry Potter fans have the chance to be among the first in New Zealand to view Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 on the big screen. The film is released in New Zealand on Novem- ber 18 and Waiheke Cin- ema has a special mid- night screening planned for Wednesday, Novem- ber 17. We knew that the final Harry Potter was going to be very popular and we are delighted to confirm we have been able to secure the film for its New Zealand release date,'' cinema co-or- dinator Lynne Stewart says. By a happy coinci- dence Waiheke High School end of year exams finish on November 17, so students will be able to attend the midnight session knowing they can sleep in the next day.'' The film will be screened daily for the fol- lowing two weeks. Bookings are recom- mended for the first few screenings, call Waiheke Cinema on 372-4240. DEADLINES Waiheke events are listed free of charge subject to space availability. The deadline for listings is Friday, 4pm. Email to news2@waihekemar- ketplace.co.nz. Email events story requests to editor@ waihekemarketplace. co.nz at least one week prior to publication. NOTICES FRIENDS OF THE STREET, out late and need a lift? Ph 027-629-0596. WED, NOV 10 PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/Maori playgroup, 9am-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. WAIHEKE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB, night/evening rides Onetangi Sports Park at 6.30pm, www.wmbc.co.nz. Ph 0274-818-363. ZUMBA, dynamite with Rahman, 6.30pm at Palm Beach Hall, $10. FELDENKRAIS, Awareness through Movement classes at Red Cross Hall, 2pm. WAIHEKE ISLAND ORCHESTRA ENSEMBLE, 7.15pm, Surfdale, new members welcome. Ph Susan 372-5593. THUR, NOV 11 WAIHEKE COMMUNITY LIBRARY, pre-school storytimes, 10am, free. Ph 374-1325. WAIHEKE PLAYGROUP, for under fives, Old Blackpool School hall, 8.45am- 11.30am, $3 and piece of fruit. Ph Erica 372-6746. PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/Maori playgroup, 9am-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. CARE AND CRAFT, Morra Hall, Oneroa, 9.45am- 12.30pm, transport available. Ph 372-2744 or 372-7516. THE FITNESS LEAGUE, Red Cross Hall, 10am-11am. MAH JONG, Red Cross Rooms, 10.30am. INDOOR BOWLS, Palm Beach Hall, 1.30pm. FRI, NOV 12 ZUMBA GOLD, with Rahman, 11am, Waiheke workout and zumba toning, 5.30pm, Palm Beach Hall. WAIHEKE BOWLING CLUB, happy hour 5.30pm-7pm, raffles, membership draw. Ph 372-7108. ROAST DINNER, Oneroa Bowling Club, 6.30pm, all welcome. NICE TOUCH CAFE, Waiheke Golf Club, dinner, Twilight Blues with Kriston Batistich, 7.30pm. Ph 372-3344. SAT, NOV 13 OSTEND MARKET, Belgium St, 8.30am-2pm. Ph Iessa 372-4475 or Jill 372-6953. ZUMBA, with Rahman, toning 9am, Palm Beach Hall, zumba basic 10.30am Waiheke workout. SEALINK JASSY DEAN TRUST GARDEN SAFARI, Saturday and Sunday, tickets from Paper Plus and i-site Oneroa or www.jassydeantrust.co.nz. MIKE JOHNSON, at Waiheke Community Library, Artworks, celebrate the recent launch of his new novel Travesty, 4.30pm-6pm. All welcome. WAIHEKE RUGBY, Fundrazor for high school rugby, with comedian Brendhan Lovegrove, at Waiheke High School. Tickets $45 including a complimentary drink, from Shop the Rock. MERCURY CROWE, at Charlie Farley's, Onetangi. Bluesy rock with the Wellington boy band, 9pm, free entry. HOOKERS BALL, fundraiser for Ollie Davies-Russ, The Dunes, Onetangi, $20 at the door, 8pm. Uniform: Fancy dress party. NICE TOUCH CAFE, Waiheke Golf Club, Caddyshack dinner and dance, 7.30pm. Ph 372-3344. SUNNOV14 SEALINK JASSY DEAN TRUST GARDEN SAFARI, Saturday and Sunday, tickets from Paper Plus and i-site Oneroa or www.jassydeantrust.co.nz. T'AI CHI, 9.30am, Palm Beach, by the playground, weather permitting. ZUMBA PARTY, with Rahman, 10.30am, Palm Beach Hall, $10. WAIHEKE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB, rides and track building, Onetangi Sports Park, 10am, www.wmbc.co.nz. Ph 0274-818-363. GOLF CROQUET, Stonyridge Lawns, 1.30pm. NICE TOUCH CAFE, Waiheke Golf Club, brunch Smooth Grooves with Mano and friends, 1pm, al fresco dinner 6pm. Ph 372-3344 MON, NOV 15 THE FITNESS LEAGUE, Red Cross Hall, 10am-11am. T'AI CHI, beginners, Yang Style, 6.30pm, Ostend Hall. Ph Helga 372-2210. JUDO CLUB, Te Huruhi School hall, 6.30pm, aged 7 and over. Ph Jackie 372-7525. FELDENKRAIS, Awareness Through Movement classes at Palm Beach Hall, 6.30pm. TUES, NOV 16 WAIHEKE COMMUNITY LIBRARY, storytimes, 10am, free. Ph 374-1325. ANTI-AGEING YOGA, Little Morra Hall, with Eileen Evans, 9am-10.30am. Ph 372-2377. PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/Maori playgroup, 9am-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. WAIHEKE BRIDGE CLUB, Catherine Mitchell Centre, 11am-2.30pm. Ph 372-7761. GOLF CROQUET, Stonyridge Lawns, 1.30pm. HORIZONS WAIHEKE, mental well-being coffee group, 2.30pm, Lazy Lounge. Ph Rod 372-6688 or Rocky 372-7605. WISPA, Performing arts classes at Te Huruhi School hall from 2.45pm. Ph 372-6636. ST JOHN YOUTH, St John Hall, Belgium St, 6pm-7pm. WAIHEKE MEN'S GROUP, 7-9pm, info at http:// groups.yahoo.com/group/ men-Waiheke/ WED, NOV 17 PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/Maori playgroup, 9am-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. WAIHEKE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB, night/evening rides, Onetangi Sports Park at 6.30pm, www.wmbc.co.nz. Ph 027-481-8363. WAIHEKE ISLAND ORCHESTRA ENSEMBLE, 7.15pm, Surfdale, new members welcome. Ph Susan 372-5593. ZUMBA, dynamite with Rahman, 6.30pm, Palm Beach Hall, $10. FELDENKRAIS, Awareness Through Movement classes at Red Cross Hall, 2pm. ART EXHIBITIONS WAIHEKE COMMUNITY ART GALLERY, Artworks, Oneroa. Ph 372-9907. RED SHED GALLERY, open Saturday and Sunday, 10am- 4pm. From November 27 open every day until January 9 with We're on Summer Holiday exhibition of affordable Waiheke art. Ph 372-9342. TIVOLI, Art Wall, summer hours, Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm, Oneroa. Ph 372-3361. COMING EVENTS WAIHEKE OLIVE FESTIVAL, Rangihoua Estate, Saturday and Sunday, November 20 and 21, 11am-4pm. $5 entry, children under 12 free. US BAND VORTEX TRIBE, funk reggae jazz-rock fusion, November 20, The Rocks 8pm with DJ Cruz. Tickets $20 from The Rocks or Shop the Rock, $10 deposits accepted. INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY, Saturday, November 20, The Woolshed from 3.15pm, DJ RG Bargy, Ian Simpson and more. INTERNATIONAL WHITE RIBBON DAY, Thursday, November 25, 11am, Alison Park flagpole. Show support for stopping violence against women and commemorate those who have lost their lives to family violence. Make Waiheke a violence-free island. Flagraising, speakers and light refreshments provided. Living Without Violence 372-9220. MASSES OF MOZART IN C, Waiheke Choral Society and soloists perform on Friday, November 26 at 6pm, St Peter's Church, Oneroa. One performance only. Koha at door. AN EVENING WITH DEB WEBBER, the world famous medium will be at The Woolshed, Saturday, November 27 at 7pm. Tickets from www.eventfinder.co.nz or by emailing debwebbernz @gmail.com. ALICE IN WONDERLAND FAIR, Waiheke Primary School fundraiser, 10.30am-4pm, Sunday, November 28. Entry by gold coin. HANDMADE GIFT BAZAAR, Sunday, December 5, 9am- 2pm, Palm Beach Hall. For info and stall bookings call Lynda 372-7787. WAIHEKE SANTA PARADE, Saturday, December 4. Raindate Sunday, December 5. CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT, Saturday, December 11, 6pm- 9pm, Little Oneroa. Ph Jenness Reeve 372-4459. MR LASTBOAT, Muthrtung and Lincoln Jackson play The Rocks Saturday, December 11, 8pm till late. ONGOING TOASTMASTERS, Every second Monday. Catherine Mitchell Centre, 7pm-9pm. Ph Alex 372-9850. FRENCH CLUB, Artworks cinema first Monday of every month. Ph 372-6109 or 372-8551. WHITTAKER'S MUSIC MUSEUM, open six days Monday-Saturday, 1pm-4 pm, DVD presentation from 1.30pm. Ph 372-5573. THE HISTORIC VILLAGE, open Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and public holiday Mondays noon-4pm. Onetangi Straight. Bus 1, 1a or 3. Ph 372-2970. LA LECHE LEAGUE, 10am- 11.30am, Surfdale Hall. Artworks cinema social last Friday of month 10am, $12 inc tea. Ph Helga 372-2210. ORGAN AND KEYBOARD CLUB, third Sunday of month, 3pm, Onetangi Hall, all welcome. Ph 372-7035 or 372-6663. WAIHEKE PROBUS CLUB, first Friday of month, 10am- noon, Palm Beach Hall. Ph 372-8357. WAIHEKE UNDERWATER CLUB, first Tuesday of the month, 7pm, Malones, Surfdale. Ph Alan 0275-929882. WAIHEKE TOY LIBRARY, open every fortnight Saturday 9.30am-11.30am and 12.30pm-2.30pm, Sunday 9.30am-11.30am and Wednesday 7.30pm-8.30pm at Old Surfdale Post Office. To become a member Ph Susan 372-2408. STONY BATTER HISTORIC RESERVE, open seven days a week. 10am-3pm, guided tours $15 or $45 per family, www.stonybatter.org/ bookings. Breathing new life into old method Life lines: Life Sketch by Olivier Duhamel captures the human figure in repose. Life drawings by Olivier and members of the Catherine Mitchell Society Life Drawing Group will be on display at a new exhibition opening in Oneroa this weekend. By LYNDAL JEFFERIES An exhibition by the Catherine Mitchell Life Drawing Group is open- ing this weekend. The artists will be showcasing works in pencil, charcoal, pastel and paint and several large reproductions in central Oneroa. The show is a rare opportunity for the pub- lic to discover the tra- ditional discipline of figurative life drawing where artists study anat- omy and interpret the human form,'' exhibition co-ordinator Olivier Duhamel says. Aside from their fea- tured works, exhibiting artists will present folders of selected sketches and studies. The participating art- ists include Catherine Boyle, Shonagh Byrne, Olivier Duhamel, David Mason, Jamie Morton, Lyndsay Meager, Mich- ael Evans, Mary Fer- guson, Peter Howard, Raymond Ramsey, Gwen Sherman, and Vern Tup- per. The Catherine Mit- chell Life Drawing group is an untutored group where people are encour- aged to experiment and find inspiration from each other's work, Mr Duhamel says. They meet every Monday evening and Wednesday morning and draw a live model. Life Lines opens at 6pm on Tuesday and will exhibit from 10am to 4pm until November 21. The new gallery space is located below Harcourts at 143 Oceanview Rd, in the space previously occupied by the Artist Goldsmith.
November 17th 2010