Waiheke Marketplace : August 10th 2011
23 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, AUGUST 10, 2011 EVENTS 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) Wednesday 10th August 3:30pm Super 8 [M] 111mins 7:30pm Bill Cunningham New York [PG] 84mins Thursday 11th August 8:00pm Incendies [R16] 130mins NEW Friday 12th August 4:30pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 [M] 130mins 8:00pm Love Story [M] 92mins NEW Saturday 13th August 2:00pm Kung Fu Panda 2 [PG] 90mins 5:00pm Bill Cunningham New York [PG] 84mins 8:00pm Incendies [R16] 130mins Sunday 14th August 2:00pm Kung Fu Panda 2 [PG] 90mins 5:00pm Love Story [M] 92mins 7:30pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 [M] 130mins Monday 15th August 5:00pm My Afternoons with Margueritte [M] 79mins 7:30pm VOLUNTEER FUNCTION Tuesday 16th August 4:45pm Incendies [R16] 130mins 7:30pm Bill Cunningham New York [PG] 84mins Wednesday 17th August 5:00pm My Afternoons with Margueritte [M] 79mins FINAL 7:30pm Love Story [M] 92mins Director Florian Habicht will be present forQ&Aafterthefilm COMING SOON: Bridesmaids 18 Aug: Oranges and Sunshine 1 Sep: Potiche Bookings: Ph 372 4240 • Prices: $14/$10/$7 www.wicc.co.nz • 2 Korora Rd, Oneroa CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS Latta to give tips on raising kids Parenting advice: Nigel Latta will be offering tips on the first decade of parenting at Waiheke Primary School on August 15. Nigel Latta, star of the Politically Incorrect Parenting Show, will be on stage at Waiheke Pri- mary School giving advice on the first decade of parenting. He will be giving his views on raising little ones on Monday, August 15, from 1pm to 2.45pm. He will stay on to answer questions on a more per- sonal level until 3.30pm. Waiheke Primary School Board of Trustees and Goldfishwisdom are putting on the show which is recommended for adults only. Mr Latta is known for his straightforward views on raising chil- dren. He has been on tele- vision giving advice to parents in Christchurch on how to deal with signs of anxiety in children. Tickets at Waiheke Primary School hall on Seaview Rd cost $15 per adult. They are available from Waiheke Primary and Te Huruhi schools. Las Vegas night to raise funds for charity Giddy up: Waiheke Rotary members try out the inflatable horse race. From left: Lyn Humphrey, Bob Upchurch, Ian Hastings from Las Vegas Functions, Maree O'Brien and Tony Sears. Photo: JERYL BROMLEY A last call has gone out for poker players, roulette lovers and those who like a bit of raz- zamataz to get their tickets for the glitz and glamour-themed Rotary Welcome to Las Vegas casino night fundraiser this Saturday night. The fun evening at Te Huruhi School will raise funds towards a new community ambulance and other island causes. An inflatable horse race will be one of the features. There s a chance to win a $5000 trip for two to Mel- bourne and Hobart, organised by United Travel Waiheke. Tickets at $30 per person includes $1m casino chips and supper, from United Travel, 1 Tahi Rd. Phone 372-9606. Dance school full of energy and new directions Hip hop kids: Dance teacher Josh Cesan shows Waiheke kids how it's done at Otherworld Productions school holiday dance programme. Mum would be proud: Bella Bertoni, dancer, teacher and daughter of the late Sallie-Ann Stones, is part of the Otherworld Productions revamp. By LYNDAL JEFFERIES ' Being quite young themselves, they captivated the students and had an amazing amount of energy to give. ' Lou Mills The Otherworld Pro- ductions school holiday programme saw a sen- sational turnout at Te Huruhi School hall with over 30 kids signing up to learn to hula-hoop and hip hop. Facilitator Lou Mills says many joined the programme for the full week to learn hula- hooping in the morning with Hannah Judd and hip hop in the afternoon with Josh Cesan. Ms Mills says: They were such amazing teachers. Being quite young themselves, they captivated the students and had an amazing amount of energy to give. She says the school holiday programme has marked a rebirth for Otherworld Productions which has reformed under a new manage- ment committee with founder, the late Sallie- Ann Stones brother Steven Horton at the helm and their mum, Jan Horton helping out. Otherworld now has a new range of classes for children and adults on Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Morra Hall in term three. Sallie-Ann s daughter Bella Bertoni, who trained at the Dance Studio in Auckland, is teaching junior and intermediate jazz and contemporary dance. Celeste Diaz has joined the collective to teach adult salsa. Justin Beaver is teaching adult contemporary dance, and Hannah Judd is leading an all ages hula-hooping on Wednesday evenings. My mum would be so proud, Ms Bertoni says. Phone Jan Horton on 372-2907 or 027-339- 7777 for details.
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