Waiheke Marketplace : September 28th 2011
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 21 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011 EVENTS Cafe. Vineyard. Brewery. Activities NowOpen7days11am--4pm Official "Adopt a Second Team" venue for South Africa. Bookings recommended 82 Onetangi Road • Ph 372 3434 www.wildonwaiheke.co.nz Wine, Olive Oil & Honey Open 11-3pm daily Pre-booked group luncheon bookings Ph. 372 5600 44 Donald Bruce Rd CAFE COFFEE 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 SEAFOOD RESTAURANT OPEN: Wed-Sat Lunch & Dinner Sunday Lunch only 21a The Strand, Onetangi Phone 372 8846 Professional Taxi & Tour Service 0800 300 372 (09) 372 5553 SALUMERIA Thursday from 12noon Cellar door wine & Olive Oil Tastings Thursday from midday LUNCH Fri & Sat from 12noon ITALIAN LONG LUNCH Sunday at 12.30pm Bookings Recommended Tel 372 2148 or email firstname.lastname@example.org DDING ITALIAN FLAVOUR TO WINE TASTING. 205 AWAAWAROA ROAD PODERI CRISCI ESTATE WWW.PODERICRISCI.CO.NZ 1 FOURTH AVE, ONETANGI 372 2565 www.thebeachfrontbarcafe.co.nz RESTAURANT * BAR * ONETANGI The Beach Front KIDS EAT FREE DURING SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER Conditions Apply. Advertise your SEASONAL menu with us, call Dene on 372 9231 V n n in Now open for dinner Thursday to Saturday and Monday night 5.30pm til late Drawing group has nude show Captured in charcoal: A drawing by Gwen Sherman from the Catherine Mitchell Society Life Drawing Group in their upcoming exhibition at the Red Shed. ' Participants are encouraged to experiment and find inspiration from each other's work. ' Olivier Duhamel Artist and co-ordinator Hot on the tail of the con- troversial Street Art exhibition the Red Shed Gallery is having an all nude exhibition opening this Saturday. Life Lines 2011 is an exhibition of nude stud- ies by members of the Catherine Mitchell Life Drawing Group. Exhibition co-ordi- nator Olivier Duhamel says the exhibition is an opportunity for the pub- lic to discover the tra- ditional discipline of figurative life drawing where artists study anat- omy, lines, shading, volumes, proportion and perspective and interpret the human form in won- derful ways . Participating artists include Shonagh Byrne, Dominic Crossley, Oliv- ier Duhamel, Carl Grim- mer, David Mason, Lyndsay Meager, Mary Ferguson, Gwen Rutter, Gwen Sherman, Vern Tupper, and Bruce Woods. The artists will be showcasing works in pencil, charcoal, pastel and paint and also pres- enting folders of selected sketches and studies for the public to leaf through. The group is an untutored group where participants are encour- aged to experiment and find inspiration from each other s work, says Mr Duhamel. The group meets on Monday evenings and Wednesday mornings, no previous experience is necessary to join. People interested in joining should contact Olivier Duhamel on 372-7220 or Shonagh Byrne on 372-7907. Mr Duhamel says: The life drawing group wishes to thank its models for their skilled and graceful contri- bution. Modelling for fig- ure drawing can be a relaxing and rewarding experience. Anyone interested in modelling, can contact Olivier Duhamel on 372-7220 or email olivier.duhamel@body scape.net.nz. Life Lines opens at The Red Shed Gallery on October 1 at 4pm and runs until October 31. Free coffee will be served from the new Red Shed coffee cart as well as light refreshments. The Red Shed is open 10am to 4pm every Saturday, Sunday and Labour Day at 74a Palm Rd, Palm Beach, phone 372-9367. Chalk up dinner for eight The school holidays are just around the corner and Stefano s in Surfdale has planned a chalk board artistic compe- tition for the two-week break. It will be open to all age groups and com- prises solo or duet entries. Each contestant is supplied with chalk and given five minutes to create their masterpiece. A photo of the artwork is taken before the contest- ant cleans the board for the next contestant to create their artwork. All those who wish to enter must contact the venue to book a time slot for a Friday, Saturday or Sunday afternoon be- tween 12.30pm and 2.30pm. The final oppor- tunity to enter is on October 21. All entries will be published on Stefano s Facebook page and three winners will be chosen. Prizes are a night out at Stefano s, ranging from a three-course meal for eight people for the first prize, four people for second place and two people for third place. Lunch on board cruise ship Tickets have gone on sale for a one-off charity lunch aboard cruise liner Pacific Dawn. The event will take place on October 5 from 10.15am to 2.30pm when the P&O cruise ship will be docked at Princes Wharf. The event is in aid of the Make-A-Wish Foun- dation, a charity that grants the wishes of chil- dren with life- threatening illnesses, allowing hope, strength, and joy to enter their lives when things are tough. The lunch will include a tour of the Italian- designed ship, ending at the International Show Lounge for cocktails and canape ´ s and a lavish four-course meal and beverage service, with on-board entertainment. During the event, raffle tickets will be on sale to win an eight- night Escape Cruise to the Pacific Islands for two adults and two chil- dren, aboard New Zealand s first ever superliner cruise ship the Pacific Pearl. Tickets are $80. Phone (09) 920-4760 or email email@example.com.
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