Waiheke Marketplace : March 2nd 2011
23 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, MARCH 2, 2011 EVENTS Bookings: ph 372 4240 • Prices: $14/$10/$7 www.wicc.co.nz • 2 Korora Rd, Oneroa Mailing list: email@example.com Wk10 Wed 2nd March 5:00pm The Tourist [M] 110mins 8:00pm Desert Flower [R16] 120mins FINAL Thu 3rd March 8:00pm Burlesque [M] 119mins Fri 4th March 5:00pm The Tourist [M] 110mins 8:00pm In A Better World [R16] 113mins Sat 5th March 2:00pm Yogi Bear [G] 83mins 5:00pm The Green Hornet [M] 118mins 8:00pm Burlesque [M] 119mins Sun 6th March 2:00pm Yogi Bear [G] 83mins 5:00pm In A Better World [R16] 113mins 8:00pm The Green Hornet [M] 118mins Mon 7th March closed Tue 8th March 5:00pm NZ Book Month Screening Whale Rider [PG] 101mins All proceeds from this screening will go the Red Cross Christchurch Appeal 8:00pm The Tourist [M] 110mins FINAL Wed 9th March 5:00pm Burlesque [M] 119mins 7:30pm Spirtual Cinema Special - The Tapping Solution [E] 90mins COMING SOON: Certifed Copy • The King's Speech 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) Teddies to help victims All invited: Teddies and their owners will gather at at the Palm Beach playground for a picnic on Sunday. By GILL ALCOCK This Sunday will see the children's playground at Palm Beach awash with teddies and their owners all celebrating their annual picnic. The event is part of National Children's Day and is free for families, thanks to Auckland Council. Children will be kept busy from 2pm to 5pm having their faces painted, playing pirate games, taking a horse ride, listening to stories, and watching or taking part in the Waiheke has Talent, Song and Music Quest. Under 12s will also be showing off their skills in the How love and affec- tion could best be shown in families'' story or illus- tration competition, with prizes given for the winners of the five to seven, eight to nine, and 10 to 12-year-old categories. National Children's Day was founded in 2000 to celebrate and nurture children, Child and Fa- mily health nurse and organiser Cathie Wil- liams says. In that spirit she is asking children with ted- dies they no longer want or need to bring them along and donate to the Teddy Bear Picnic Bas- ket which will be sent to the children in Christ- church. They might like to tie a note on the teddy for the child receiving it,'' she says. This would be a lovely way to express love and affection which is what the National Children's Day theme is all about.'' She is inviting all the island's children and their parents, grandparents and care- givers to go along to the event and enjoy the many activities she has planned. Phone Ms Wil- liams on 372-6837 for more information about the day. Women's evening at Oneroa MC for the night: Local board member Denise Roche. Women are invited to celebrate the power of the sisterhood'' at an event on Saturday night at Artworks Theatre in Oneroa. The celebration of International Women's Day, organised by Living Without Violence, will feature a variety of female entertainers. MC Denise Roche will introduce acts including poet Shivani Lovegrove, belly dancers Cat Buchanan and friends, the Avaiki Polynesian dancers, a skit by Linda Savage, songs by Mervina McLelland, Linda Savage and others, drumming by Keiran and friends, and a performance by high school girls' choir Canto Isola. Author Susi Newborn will be guest speaker. Entry is free and doors open at 6.30pm. 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 news2@waihekemarketplace. co.nz. 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, MARCH 2 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 6.30pm, www.wmbc.co.nz. Ph 0274-818-363. WAIHEKE ISLAND ORCHESTRA ENSEMBLE, 7.15pm Surfdale Hall , 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, MARCH 3 PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/Maori playgroup, 9-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. WAIHEKE COMMUNITY LIBRARY, preschool storytimes, 10am, free. Ph 374-1325. WAIHEKE PLAYGROUP,for under-5s, Old Blackpool school hall, 8.45-11.30am, $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, 10-11am. MAH JONG, Red Cross Rooms, 10.30am. INDOOR BOWLS, Palm Beach Hall, 1.30pm. FRI, MARCH 4 ROAST DINNER, Oneroa Bowling Club, 6.30pm, all welcome. AUCKLAND FRINGE FESTIVAL AT STEFANOS, Levitating Cats and Hairy Fish Circus, live music plus burlesque clowns, 9.30pm at Stefanos, R18, tickets $10. Visit www.stef.co.nz or ph 372-5309. AL REEVE, live at the Food Embassy 6pm-8pm. SAT, MARCH 5 OSTEND MARKET, Belgium Street, 8.30am-2pm. Ph Iessa 372-4475 or Jill 372-6953. NORTH OF BOMBAY, Auckland Ukelele Orchestra at Charlie Farley's, Onetangi. From 8.30pm, no cover charge. INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY, celebration hosted by Living Without Violence, Artworks Theatre, free event. Doors open 6.30pm, starts at 7pm. Features Avaikai Polynesian dancing, drummers, belly dancing, singing, Canto Isola choir and other female performers. By women for women. MC Denise Roche, guest speaker Susi Newborn. AUCKLAND FRINGE FESTIVAL AT STEFANOS,The Mojo Riders -- an offshoot of Mojo Risers with guest Andy Lewis on mandolin. 1.30pm $10 entry. Grant Bridger and Red Herrings, 8pm. Visit www.stef.co.nz or Ph 372-5309. SUN, MARCH 6 WAIHEKE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB, rides and track building, Onetangi Sports Park, 10am, www.wmbc.co.nz. Ph 0274-818-363. FREE WALK, with a professional guide, rain or shine, meet at Matiatia wharf at 10.45am. GOLF CROQUET, Stonyridge Lawns at 1.30pm. TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC, 2pm- 5pm, family fun day at Palm Beach playground. Ph Cathie Williams 372-6837. WAIHEKE GOLF CLUB, smooth grooves with Mano Pratt and friends from 1pm. Ph 372-3344. SUNDAY SESSIONS AT RICKY'S, live music with Ian Simpson, from 3pm, Oneroa. Happy hour prices. Free entry. Ph 372-2273. AUCKLAND FRINGE FESTIVAL AT STEFANOS, Chocolate Fish, 1.30pm, $5 visit www.stef.co.nz or Ph 372-5309. MON, MARCH 7 COMMUNITY PLANNING WORKSHOP, free, 10am to midday at Waiheke Sports Club. Speakers from Tamaki Inclusive Engagement Strategy, Flaxroots -- a village planning programme on the North Shore, and Campbells Bay Community Association. Email Marijke Ransom at OORRAssociation@gmail to register. 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, MARCH 8 PUNA REO, Piritahi Marae bilingual/Maori playgroup, 9-noon. Ph Jane 372-6991. WAIHEKE COMMUNITY LIBRARY, preschool storytimes, 10am, free. Ph 374-1325. ANTI-AGING YOGA, Little Morra Hall with Eileen Evans, 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 5-8, 3.30pm boys 5-8, 4.15pm girls 9-12, 5.30pm teens and adults. Ph 372-2759 or 372-8003. ST JOHN YOUTH, St John Hall, Belgium St, 6-7pm. WAIHEKE MEN'S GROUP, 7pm-9pm info at http:/groups- yahoo.com/group/men- waiheke. TAI CHI, Yang evening class, 5pm, Sea Scouts Hall. Ph Helga 372-2210. WED, MARCH 9 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. UNICEF MORNING TEA, Onetangi Hall, 10am-noon. Hear about the Kora Lang Society, then playwright and UNICEF ambassador Roger Hall will speak about his Intrepid Journey to Uganda. For free admission tickets phone Claire 636-4419 or Inga 372-6744. WAIHEKE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB, night/evening rides, Onetangi Sports Park at 6.30pm. 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. NZ BOOK MONTH, play readings at Rocky Bay Hall. Crumpy: the life and times of Barry Crump and Two Fish 'n' a Scoop by Carl Nixon. 7pm. Admission koha. ART EXHIBITIONS WAIHEKE COMMUNITY ART GALLERY, Pacific Currents, Artworks, Oneroa. Ph 372-9907. RED SHED GALLERY, 10am- 4pm. Ph 372-9367. TIVOLI, Art Wall exhibit Amanda Wright, Reticent Objects, three digital films, 35 mins, daily 11am, 1pm and 3pm. 3pm, all welcome. Ph 372-3361.
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