Waiheke Marketplace : February 9th 2011
34 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, FEBRUARY 9, 2011 EVENTS Bookings: ph 372 4240 • Prices: $14/$10/$7 www.wicc.co.nz • 2 Korora Rd, Oneroa Mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org Wk07 Wed 9th February 5:00pm Desert Flower [R16] 120mins 8:00pm Machete [R18] 106mins FINAL Thu 10th February 5:00pm Winter's Bone [R13] 100mins 8:00pm The Tourist [M] 110mins NEW Fri 11th February 5:00pm Mademoiselle Chambon [M] 101mins 8:00pm Desert Flower [R16] 120mins Sat 12th February 1:00pm Megamind [PG] 96mins 3:30pm The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader [PG] 115mins 6:00pm Summer Arts Film Festival SPECIAL The Stones on my Tongue:The Art of Denis O'Connor [E] 50mins 8:00pm The Tourist [M] 110mins Sun 13th February 2:00pm Megamind [PG] 96mins 5:00pm Summer Arts Film Festival Tama Ma - A Life of Dance [E] 77mins 8:00pm Mademoiselle Chambon [M] 101mins Mon 14th February 5:00pm Desert Flower [R16] 120mins 8:00pm Matariki [M] 92mins Tue 15th February 5:00pm The Tourist [M] 110mins 8:00pm Summer Arts Film Festival Questions for Mr Reynolds [E] 65mins Wed 16th February 12:30pm Matariki [M] 92mins 8:00pm Winter's Bone [R13] 100mins FINAL COMING SOON: The King's Speech • The Green Hornet Black Swan • True Grit 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) Child soldiers to tell their story of village atrocities A group of former child soldiers from a remote village in north- ern Uganda will pay its respects to The Village Project by performing live at Cable Bay Vineyards next month. Local business owner Emily McDonald has travelled three times to Gulu to help The Watoto Child Care Ministries with its Project Gulu initiative, aimed at the rehabilitation of former child soldiers and cre- ating a safe and sustainable community for them to grow in. Two years ago, Ms McDonald created the Village Project so the community of Waiheke could join her in her efforts. Fundraisers like the t-shirts on sale at Waiheke Fruit and Veg, designed around her next task -- the Rain Harvest Project -- have encouraged islanders to contribute to the cause. Those involved with The Vil- lage Project say the results have been amazing and life- changing, both for the children of Gulu and the Waihekeans who have worked with Emily, building houses and classrooms in Gulu. Now a group of these former child soldiers and other war- affected residents will travel to Waiheke to tell their story through an epic live production of music and dance billed as both tragic and triumphant''. Watoto's Restore Tour -- Child Soldier No More'' of New Zealand begins on Waiheke, in recognition of the close link between the two communities, at 6.30pm on March 11 at Cable Bay Vineyards. Ms McDonald says: At times it is shocking, even horrifying as you learn more about the unimaginable atrocities inflicted on the children and greater community of northern Uganda by Joseph Kony, one of the world's 10 most wanted terrorists. But for those who have been saved by Watoto's Project Gulu, and that is the message of this performance, salvation is poss- ible, it is heart warming and joyous.'' Admission is free but organ- isers are asking for people to confirm attendance on The Vil- lage Project Watoto Restore Tour registration page -- www.thevillageproject.org.nz. DEADLINES Waiheke events are listed free of charge subject to space availability and may be removed without notice. The deadline for listings is Friday, 4pm. Email listings to email@example.com. Email events story requests to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to publication. NOTICES FRIENDS OF THE STREET, out late and need a lift? Ph 027-629-0596. WED,FEB9 PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/ Maori playgroup 9am-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. TAI CHI, Ostend Hall, beginners class 10am, Yang style, 11am. Ph Helga 372-2210. WAIHEKE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB, night/evening rides, Onetangi Sports Park at 6.30p,m www.wmbc.co.nz. Ph 0274-818-363. WAIHEKE ISLAND ORCHESTRA ENSEMBLE, 7.15pm .Surfdale. new members welcome. Ph Susan 372-5593. ZUMBA, dynamite with Rahman, 6.30pm at Palm Beach Hall, $10, all welcome. FELDENKRAIS, awareness through movement, at Red Cross Hall. 2pm. THURS, FEB 10 PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/ Maori playgroup, 9am-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. WAIHEKE COMMUNITY LIBRARY, preschool storytimes, 10am, free. Ph 374-1325. WAIHEKE PLAYGROUP, for under- 5s, Old Blackpool school hall, 8.45am-11.30am. $3 and piece of fruit. Ph Erica 372-6746. 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, FEB 11 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. FOOD EMBASSY, opposite Placemakers, Ostend. Live music with Al Reeve, 6pm-8pm. SAT, FEB 12 OSTEND MARKET, Belgium St, 8.30am-2pm. Ph Iessa 372-4475 or Jill 372-6953. NICE TOUCH CAFE, Waiheke Golf Club, caddyshack dinner and dance. 7.30pm. Ph 372-3344. TIVOLI CLASSIX, 6pm at Tivoli, Fellini's 8 1/2, 1962, 138 mins, donation. Oneroa. Ph 372-3361. MANU DA BANDA, farewell gig with Otherworld Productions Dancers and guests. Artworks Theatre, 8pm, $20 on the door. SUN, FEB 13 TAI CHI, 9.30am Palm Beach by the playground. weather permitting. WAIHEKE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB, rides and track building. Onetangi Sports Park. 10am. www.wmbc.co.nz. Ph 0274-818-363. GOLF CROQUET, Stonyridge Lawns at 1.30pm. NICE TOUCH CAFE, Waiheke Golf Club, smooth grooves with Mano Pratt and friends from 1pm, alfresco dinner 6pm. Ph 372-3344. SUNDAY SESSIONS AT RICKY'S, Oneroa. Kiri Eriwata singing live from 2pm. Happy hour prices. Free entry, 372-2273. Next week Al Reeve. HEADLAND, artists' Sunday talks at 3pm, Artworks Theatre, Oneroa. Free admission. Julie Anna Childs, Peter Mrost, and award winners. MON, FEB 14 THE FITNESS LEAGUE, Red Cross Hall, 10am-11am. TAI CHI, 10am, Sun Style, Ostend Hall. Ph Helga 372-2210. JUDO CLUB, Te Huruhi School hall, 6.30pm, aged 7 and over, beginners welcome. Ph Jackie 372-7525. TUES, FEB 15 PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/ Maori playgroup, 9am-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. WAIHEKE COMMUNITY LIBRARY, preschool storytimes, 10am, free. Ph 374-1325. ANTI-AGING YOGA, Little Morra Hall, with Eileen Evan, 9am-10.30am. Ph 372-2377. WAIHEKE BRIDGE CLUB, Catherine Mitchell Centre, 11am-2.30pm. Ph 372-7761. GOLF CROQUET, Stonyridge Lawns at 1.30pm. HORIZONS WAIHEKE, mental well- being coffee group, 2pm, Lazy Lounge. Ph Rod 372-6688 or Rocky 372-7605. KALEIDOSCOPE, Performing arts classes at Te Huruhi School hall, 2.45pm girls 5 to 8, 3.30pm boys 5 to 8, 4.15pm girls 9 to 12, 5.30pm teens and adults. Ph 372-2759 or 372-8003. ST JOHN YOUTH, St John Hall, Belgium St, 6pm-7pm. WAIHEKE MEN'S GROUP, 7pm-9pm, info at http:/groups-yahoo.com/ group/men-waiheke. WED, FEB 16 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. WAIHEKE ISLAND ORCHESTRA ENSEMBLE, 7.15pm, Surfdale, new members welcome. Ph Susan 372-5593. ZUMBA, dynamite with Rahman, 6.30pm at Palm Beach Hall, $10. FELDENKRAIS, Awareness through movement classes, at Red Cross Hall, 2pm. ART EXHIBITIONS HEADLAND-SCULPTURE ON THE GULF, runs until February 20. Site- specific sculpture works from Matiatia, along Church Bay walkway and headland. Open daily. www.sculptureonthegulf.co.nz. WAIHEKE COMMUNITY ART GALLERY, Small Sculpture Prize, companion exhibition to headland- Sculpture on the Gulf. Artworks, Oneroa. Ph 372-9907. RED SHED GALLERY, Heart Room Valentine's exhibition and Matthew Muir, open Saturday and Sunday,10am-4pm. Ph 372-9367. TIVOLI, Oneroa, Tues-Sun 10am- 5pm. Ph 372-3361. COMING EVENTS CHANTEUSES AND SHOTGUNS, Artworks Theatre Friday, February 18, $15 on door. MUSIC IS CHOICE, a movie by Trinity Roots with live music from Ian Simpson and Andy Lewis, Friday, February 18, 8pm, Waiheke Community Cinema. $15 incl supper -- Waiheke Radio fundraiser. CLENCH, rock'n'roll band re-forms for a one-off gig at Artworks Theatre, Saturday, February 19, entry $5 on the door, doors open 7pm. AL REEVE, plays Ricky's on Sunday, February 20, 3pm-6pm with guest Katy Soljak. HEADLAND, artists' Sunday talks at 3pm, Artworks Theatre, Oneroa. Free admission. February 20 the Lgop Co- op and award winners. LITTLE DAY IN, 3pm Saturday, February 19, Waiheke Sports Club, fundraiser for Friends of the Street, see Ravenous, Noise Control and The Dust, entry $5. MUTHRTUNG, EP launch at the Little Day In, February 19. AUCKLAND FRINGE FESTIVAL AT STEFANOS, Feb 25 to 13 March, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Phone 372 5309 or go to www.stef.co.nz. FIDDLELORE, Artworks Theatre February 26, 7.30pm, tickets $25/$20 on the door or $20/$15 concession prepaid from Artworks. Ph 372-2941. TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC, Sunday, March 6, 2pm-5pm, Palm Beach. Ph Cathie Williams 372-6837. STARS IN THEIR EYES, March, fundraiser for hospice at Te Huruhi School hall. WAIHEKE INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL, Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April 24. Visit www.waiheke jazzfestival.co.nz for tickets and more information. ON-GOING EVENTS TOASTMASTERS, every second Monday at 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 Monday-Saturday, 1pm-4 pm, DVD presentation from 1.30pm, meet Lloyd and Joan Whittaker on Saturdays. 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, 10-11.30am Surfdale Hall cinema social last Friday of month at Artworks, 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, meets first Friday of month, 10am-noon, Palm Beach Hall. Ph 372-8357. 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. WAIHEKE UNDERWATER CLUB, first Tuesday of the month, 7pm, Malones. Ph Alan 0275-929-882. STONY BATTER HISTORIC RESERVE, Gun emplacement tunnel guided tours. For times and bookings go to www.stonybatter.org. Summer school The Waka Ama community summer programme for school term one will be every Monday from 4pm to 6pm at Piritahi Marae. The programme is available for Year 7s and upwards with everyone welcome. Phone Trisha Pulham the HEHA co-ordinator at Piritahi Hauora Trust on 372-0022 or 021-363-710 or email trisha. email@example.com for more information.
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