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June 1, 2011 W n r d Wk ' Waiheke's ownc redit card Waiheke s own credit card Apply online at: www.fexipay.co.nz Susan C row Bryan Gartrell ARTATWORK MIAMI 5646AF2 Waiheke Island's Established Chartered Accountants LOCAL - PROFESSIONAL EASY TO GET TO - EASY TO WORK WITH Ph: 09 372 8996 Gulf Accountants Ltd FINALIST 2010 METRO MAGAZINE AUCKLAND'S 50 BEST RESTAURANTS OPEN WED-SUN 11.30AM-4PM AND DINNER SAT FROM 6PM BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL PHONE 372 7854 MIRO VINEYARD, 3 BROWN ROAD, ONETANGI www.mirovineyard.co.nz 15 Years Serving Waiheke Pentacticle Filtration Ministry of Health Certified Quality Assured 1500 gallons & 2200 gallons available WAIHEKE ISLAND A GRADE Waihekes only "fully Tank Level Indicators, Tank Cleaning, Filtration, Euro Cloths, Tank Water Sanitiser, Pool Salt filtered" water supplier 40c per litre Fill your own containers 18L & 15L Cooler bottle refils $5.00 2.5kg and 4kg ice $2.00 $3.00 & Shop: 30 Tahi Rd Ph: 372 3077 Bulk Deliveries Ph: 372 8977 It's a jungle out there By LYNDAL JEFFERIES Froggy fever: Anais Farrant, 4, Liberty Ward, 4, and Sophie Ziegler, 5, can't wait to leap into their role as froggy friends in It's a Jungle Out There at Artworks Theatre this weekend. JUNGLE fever is about to hit Wai- heke. The Kaleidoscope Performing Arts' most ambitious show yet promises to capture the imaginations of young and old. And three little green frogs can't wait to leap on to the stage in their debut. Anais Farrant and Liberty Ward, both four, and five-year-old Sophie Ziegler join 96 performers of all ages taking part in It's a Jungle Out There. It makes me so happy,'' Sophie says. The show is written and produced by Kathy Ogletree. It takes viewers on a journey into the Amazonian jungle where tribe- speople and animals are caught in a struggle to save their land from multinational oil exploration. It is based on the true story of the Woaoroni tribe. The tribes live in an environmentally sustainable way,'' Ms Ogletree says. Missionaries and oil companies have tried to pressure the tribe into changing lifestyle and giving up land but the people have defended their right to live the way they do,'' she says. The story is told through song and dance, with live music and old favourites thrown in. Karen Wayne, mother of four- year-old cockroach Frances, says: The whole Kaleidescope experience is fantastic for the kids -- my son just loves every moment.'' That experience'' includes after- school classes covering song and dance technique, acrobatics and theatre skills. There are also several teenage and adult groups. Ms Ogletree writes and produces a major show that brings the groups together every year. She says: Kaleidescope is run- ning like a well-oiled machine this year. The support and help from parents is fantastic.'' It's a Jungle Out There opens on Friday night at Artworks Theatre and plays for two weekends, closing on June 12. Tickets are available through the Waiheke Information Centre in Oneroa. Phone 372-1234 for more information.
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