Waiheke Marketplace : February 2nd 2011
39 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 NEWS Ph 372 8299 10 Tahi Rd, Ostend, Waiheke Island or 372 9547 Fax 372 8279 www.timbermart.co.nz Hours: 7.30am - 5pm | Sat 8am - 12noon Phone for a FREE quote & advice or email www.timbermart.co.nz Matiatia to Onetangi Ute delivery - $25 ex GST THIS WEEKS SPECIALS FIRTH BLOCK SALE 15% OFF ALL FIRTH BLOCKS PASLODE IMPULSE SALE SHORT FUEL CELLS TALL FUEL CELLS 25% OFF BRAD FUEL PACKS 25% OFF BRADS 30MM, 40MM, 50MM 25% OFF PASLODE IMPULSE HANDY PACKS 3000 PACKS ECT - GALV 25% OFF STAINLESS STEEL 28% OFF You are invited to an evening of lively discussion with... Dr Cornelius van Dorp (adventurer, author & international mystery hunter) ...as he launches the 5th edition of his book CRYSTAL MISSION -- 19 years on Cornelius entered a world of synchronicity when he was ship's doctor during the 1987 Greenpeace Antarctic Expedition. It was the beginning of a journey of discovery where he met American Indians in Hopiland and Mayan, Maori and Aboriginal wisdom-keepers on his travels. They each revealed their secrets of the healing power of crystals, as well as information on the mysterious electromagnetic grid and its interconnection points at key sacred sites around the world. Cornelius will talk freely about these discoveries and more, and how they can help guide us as we head toward the prophetic point in time of December 2012. Where: Time Out Cafe` (Artworks Theatre) When: Monday 7th Feb 2011 @ 7.30pm Cost: Free (incl tea & coffee). Other refreshments for sale at bar. Rugby lovers raise cash for club As the new junior rugby season starts, committee members have come up with some innovative ideas to raise money. Four boys and four adults helped organisers of the headland- Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition by clearing away hay from around the walkway, and a crew of volunteers manned a barbecue making bacon sandwiches at the Topp Twins concert on Sunday, with ingredients supplied by Mark Heer and Gulf Foods. The role of junior rugby fundraising manager is a post the club is looking to fill along with that of travel manager. It is also looking for help to register the new season's players -- a one-off job. Another vacancy is event man- ager, an important role given the Rugby World Cup later this year and the fact that the club has some big events planned. The junior rugby club wants to run games of touch at the local primary schools at lunch times and is looking for a rotation of keen people to help. Anyone wishing to put their hands up should contact Hamish Cormack, Junior Rugby Club cap- tain on 372-4169 or email h.cor firstname.lastname@example.org. Arts clubs perform as one Combining creative energies: Kathy Hollo, director of Kaleidoscope Performing Arts, centre, and co- ordinator Adele Harrison, right, are joined by Wendy Kendall, founder of WISPA. By GILL ALCOCK CLASSES Four classes start February 8: Age 5 to 8: Girls 2.45pm- 3.30pm. Boys 5 to 8: 3.30pm- 4.15pm. Girls 9 to 12 years: 4.15pm- 5.15pm. Teens to adults: 5.30pm- 6.45pm. Two performing arts clubs are joining forces in time for the start of the new school term. The merger between WISPA (Waiheke Island Students Performing Arts) and Kaleido- scope Performing Arts will create a larger community of performers, say Kaleidoscope director Kathy Hollo and WISPA founder Wendy Kendall. The decision to combine their creative energy and skills will help form a stronger, more collaborative venture for young performing artists, say the pair. Under the Kaleidoscope banner the first show for young entertainers is planned for June, and a more adult-themed show is on the cards over Labour Week- end. Ms Hollo says she is thrilled by the union. Wendy has always been a great supporter and it seems that the time is right for us to work together.'' The respect is mutual. Ms Kendall says: I've always admired Kathy's creativity and drive since performing in the Celebration of Rhythm almost 10 years ago.'' The pair will also continue to mentor older students who wish to teach.
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