Waiheke Marketplace : June 22nd 2011
25 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JUNE 22, 2011 NEWS Food Wine Views EXPRESS LUNCH EVERY DAY $15.00 Including free coffee or tea 3 COURSE SUNDAY ROAST $29.50 HAPPY HOUR EVERY DAY 12NOON-7PM $5 house wine and beer WINTER SPECIALS Open 7 Days Lunch & Dinner 12 - late 153 Oceanview Rd, Oneroa, Waiheke Island Ph +649 372 9888 www.vinovino.co.nz WINTER HOURS OPEN 11-3PM DAILY Wine, olive oil & honey tastings Ph. 372 5600 44 Donald Bruce Rd Outdoor dining at its best... Lunch & Dinner: 7 days Tasting Room Open 7 Days Phone 372 9050 www.mudbrick.co.nz Dine in or takeaway OPEN 6 DAYS WED-MON FROM 5PM CLOSED TUESDAYS (09) 372 2588 Fully Licensed ARTWORKS, ONEROA CAFE WEEKDAY SPECIAL $3 COFFEE OR $6 WITH MUFFIN* breakfast, lunch, all day menu Winter Hours: open 7 days 8am - 3pm closed evenings. Licenced 29 Waikare Road, Oneroa Tel 372 9035 www.delightcafe.co.nz *Conditions apply NEW VINE &DINE on waiheke Wednesday 22nd June 5:00pm Source Code [M] 93mins 7:30pm Heartbreaker [M] 104mins Thursday 23rd June 8:00pm Waiheke Primary School Fundraiser All tickets $20 - bookings ph. 372 2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides [M] 137mins NEW Friday 24th June 10:00am La Leche Fundraiser All tickets $14 (incl. morning tea) Babies & caregivers welcome Russian Snark [M] 78mins 3:30pm Hop [G] 95mins FINAL 5:30pm Inside Job [PG] 109mins 8:00pm There Once Was An Island [E] 80mins NEW Saturday 25th June 2:00pm Hoodwinked Too [G] 86mins 5:00pm Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides [M] 137mins 8:00pm Heartbreaker [M] 104mins Sunday 26th June 2:00pm Hoodwinked Too [G] 86mins 5:00pm There Once Was An Island [E] 80mins 7:30pm Russian Snark [M] 78mins Monday 27th June 5:00pm Heartbreaker [M] 104mins 7:30pm Source Code [M] 93mins Tuesday 28th June 4:30pm Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides [M] 137mins 7:30pm Tuesday Doco: Operation 8 [E] 110mins FINAL Wednesday 29th June 2:30pm Barney's Version [M] 123mins FINAL 5:00pm Russian Snark [M] 78mins 7:30pm Spiritual Cinema - For info ph Dee 372 3456 Wk26 COMING SOON: 30th June: Water for Elephants 14th July: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 14th July: Oranges and Sunshine 4th August: Larry Crowne CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS RESTRICTED FILMS: RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specifed age unless accompanied by parent guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specifed 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) Frizzell unites rugby and art By LYNDAL JEFFERIES Boots n All: Cable Bay Vineyards winemaker Neil Culley and chief executive officer Doug Todd with two of Dick Frizzell's rugby-themed prints in the Cable Bay gallery space. Artist Dick Frizzell is celebrating the art of rugby with an exhibition of limited edition prints at Cable Bay Vineyards' gallery space. With a background in advertising and a long history as an established artist who celebrates everything quintessent- ially Kiwi, Dick Frizzell has used classic rugby motifs to create his prints. He is the official artist for the New Zealand Rugby World Cup and the only one allowed to use the logo in his works. In one, titled Boots n' All, old brown leather rugby boots are depicted with their laces, creating the outline of the north and south island. In another, titled Two Halves + Four Quarters, a bowl of oranges slices sits on bright green grass. In the print titled Kia Kaha Kid, the artist draws on one of the most loved aspects of New Zealand rugby and celebrates the haka as a part of the Kiwi child- hood experience. In Logo Tiki the abstracted tiki form incorporates elements of another national em- blem, the fern, and the simplified form of a rugby ball. The combination of these three elements acknowledges both rugby as the sport of the nation and the cultural diver- sity of Aotearoa,'' Mr Frizzell says. Cable Bay chief execu- tive officer Doug Todd says the artist has done a great job of tying art and rugby together'' in the prints. Dick Frizzell has a deep understanding of what makes New Zea- landers tick.'' The exhibition will be officially launched in early September. Cable Bay winemaker Neil Culley says: It is a timely exhibition for us to have. The prints have a lot of references in them which make them a great memento of a trip to New Zealand.'' The vineyard is pro- moting itself alongside other island businesses as a destination for rugby fans. Mr Todd says: The winegrowers association is making a concerted effort to promote and co- ordinate its tourism endeavours.'' Mr Frizzell lives and works in Hawkes Bay. Art dealer Gow Langs- ford describes his works as capturing New Zeal- and's unique culture and rugby's place within it''. The prints are avail- able to purchase indi- vidually or as a boxed set of seven and are on view at Cable Bay Vineyards during opening hours. Live jazz dinner series at Salt The Mano Pratt Band will entertain at Salt res- taurant from 6pm on Saturday night, continu- ing the venue's live jazz dinner series. On Sunday, mambo jazz band Chocolate Fish will entertain diners over a long lunch from noon until 5pm. Salt is also known as The Dunes in Onetangi. Phone 372-8846 to book.
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