Waiheke Marketplace : January 26th 2010
4 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JANUARY 26, 2011 NEWS WAIHEKE COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER-AUTUMN COURSES Public Speaking with Waiheke Toastmasters - Tue 7pm to 8.30pm. 8 weeks from 22 Feb. $130. Write A Business Plan with Helen Oakes - Thu 7pm to 9pm. 4 weeks from 3 Mar. $80 Website Design with Wordpress with Brent Simpson - Thu 7pm to 9pm. 5 weeks from 3 Mar. $110. Digital Photography with Bob Scott - Wed 6.30pm to 8.30pm. 6 weeks from 2 Mar. $120 Travelling Sketchbook with Lubica Lucina - Tue 6.30pm to 8.30pm. 6 weeks from 22 Feb. $120. Experimentations in Paint with Alison Blanchard - Thu 7pm to 9pm. 6 weeks from 24 Feb.$120. Woodwork Skills with Paul Rhind - Tue 7 to 9pm. 8 weeks from 22 Feb. $140. So You Want To Be A Film Maker? with Bridget Quick and Scott Ewing - Sat 21 May & Sun 22 May 10am to 4pm plus editing sessions. $175. Making Comics : A Course for Women with Josephine Tetley- Jones - Wed 10am to 12pm. 8 weeks from 23 Feb. $40. Simply Delicious Everyday Food with Heidi Link - Thu 6.30pm to 8.30pm. 4 weeks from 24 Feb. $120. Italian for Travellers with Michelle Chote - Mon 7pm to 9pm. 8 weeks from 21 Feb. $140. French for Travellers with Brigitte Houvenagel - Thu 6.30pm to 8.30 pm. 8 weeks from 24 Feb. $140. Te Reo Maori with Cheryl Rahui and Alix Paterson - Wed 10am to 12noon OR 6.30pm to 8.30pm. 8 weeks from 23 Feb. $50. English for Communication (ESOL) with Marilyn Todd - Tue 6.30pm to 8.30pm from 22 Feb. OR Fri 10am to 12pm from 25 Feb. $70. Computing Skills with Richard Jude - Mon 6.30pm to 8.30pm. 6 weeks from 28 Feb. $50. First Aid Certificate with 1st Response - 3 Mar to 5 Mar. 2 Day Certificate or 1 Day Refresher available. $220 or $120. Community Education phone 372-6417 or visit www. waihekecommed.co.nz. Brochures available from Library, CAB and High School. Pre-enrolment essential. 10% EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! OPEN: Tuesday - Saturday 9am - 5pm 153 Ocean View Rd, Oneroa www.skininstitute.co.nz Phone 372 2011 From non-invasive skin treatments to the latest surgical procedures, the Skin Institute offers New Zealand's only total skin solution. •B o t o x • Fillers • IPL Medical Grade • Dermal Rolling • Microhydrabration • IPL Permanent Hair Reduction • LATTISETM Eyelash Growth Solution • Free Spot Checks • Full Skin Checks • Blepharoplasty (droopy eyelids) • Free Cosmetic Consultation with a Registered Nurse or Specialist Surgeon Your local centre for all skin treatments including: Appearance Dermatology Cosmetic Skin Skincare Medicine Surgery Cancer Find out more: phone 09 301 0101 or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz Auckland Anniversary Collection dates for the Auckland Anniversary week vary across the region. Residents living in the former North Shore and Waitakere City Council areas have no changes to their collections for the Auckland Anniversary public holiday. Residents living in the following former council areas have a one-day later collection: • Auckland City Council • Manukau City Council • Franklin District Council • Papakura District Council. Your rubbish, recycling and paper and cardboard will be collected one day later than normal. For information on the former Rodney District Council collections days, please visit the www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz keywords 'Rubbish and recycling'. For more information about any of the collections, please visit the council website or check your former council's rubbish and recycling calendar. Waitangi Day There are no changes to rubbish, recycling and paper and cardboard collections for Waitangi Day as the public holiday falls on a Sunday. Public holiday rubbish, recycling and paper and cardboard collections RW_AK8754_WMP Sculptures from the sea Twilight cruise: See the exhibits from the sea with Fullers Art lovers wishing to get a different view of the headland -- Sculp- ture on the Gulf exhibits can take a twi- light cruise with Ful- lers ferries. The ferry company is running the special cruises to Waiheke every Tuesday and Wednesday evening during February. The twilight sculp- ture cruise includes a complimentary drink, platters of cheeses, olives and olive oils plus a close-up look at five of the sculptures that are located in the water and a commen- tary. It also includes a goodie bag with the headland -- Sculpture on the Gulf catalogue. Once on land, bus transfers are provided along with a guided tour of the sculpture walk and a ticket for any scheduled ferry returning to Auckland. Fullers chief execu- tive Douglas Hudson says: Fullers is com- mitted to supporting Waiheke Island s arts community and I be- lieve this event will not only showcase out- standing sculpture to visitors but also the island s stunning scen- ery. The ferry company sponsors the popular People s Choice award and this year will be providing a schools programme which off- ers the opportunity for children from low decile schools to visit the exhibition. Cruise tickets cost $55 per person. To book email chart email@example.com or call 367-9111. PM to open the show BLESSING The public is welcome to attend a dawn blessing of headland -- Sculpture on the Gulf by kaumatua Wally Manahi. This will take place at 7am on Thursday, January 27 on the foreshore at Matiatia. The exhibition opens to the public on Friday, January 28. Gala event: Prime Minister John Key will open the headland exhibition. By GILL ALCOCK Prime Minister John Key will open the 2011 head- land -- Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition at a gala event tomorrow evening. His presence at this year s opening event was promised by Auckland Central MP Nikki Kaye two years ago when she had to stand in for him after he broke his arm and was unable to attend. The gala evening will give ticket holders a pre- view of the 39 exhibits positioned along the walkway that starts at the Matiatia ferry ter- minal and meanders above Matiatia Bay around the headland via the Church Bay walkway. Art lovers attending the opening will also have the opportunity to meet and question the exhibiting sculptors, and witness the awards pres- entation. Anyone wishing to attend should call the headland office at Wai- heke Community Art Gallery on 372-9894. Tickets are $120. The walkway exhi- bition opens to the public at 9am on Friday and runs daily until Febru- ary 20 from 9am to 3pm, and from 9am to 6pm at weekends and public holidays. Entry is by donation. Sculpture walk details People can get to the exhibition by walking from Matiatia along the foreshore and following the track up the side of the bay. Those wishing to avoid the steepish climb can take the headland shuttle bus to the information office on Nick Johnstone Drive. Catalogues with in- formation about the artists and their work are for sale at the start and end of the walk, information office, Tea Tree Cafe and at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery. All works exhibited in headland -- Sculpture on the Gulf are for sale. Refreshments will be on sale at the rustic- styled Tea Tree Cafe ´ halfway along the walkway. It will have a full coffee service plus special headland picnic lunches. The 2.5km coastal track is a public walkway but is unsealed, with steps in some places. People of all ages with moderate fitness will be able to enjoy the walk. Make sure to wear com- fortable walking shoes. The walk, without sculptures, takes about one hour. It is sug- gested allowing two to three hours to enjoy both the walk and the sculptures. With the exhibition taking place in the summer, parasols will be provided but visitors are also advised to wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Toilets are located at the start, at the Matiatia ferry terminal, at the information office and at the finish. Dogs on a leash are welcome -- remember to bring bags to clean up if necessary.
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