Waiheke Marketplace : January 25th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 30 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JANUARY 25, 2012 EVENTS Each Tuesday guided walk starts at 6pm and ends with a sausage sizzle. 31 January - Onetangi F&B Reserve Walk starts at the Onetangi Hall, Third Avenue. Walk will be by way of Roy Nelson Gate (Waiheke Road) and then clockwise around the new loop track to Scot Terrace and back to the start. Join us and see some impressive large trees not previously seen. Guide: Brian Grifths Twilight Rambles January 2012 This event is organised by the Hauraki Islands Branch Forest & Bird and is generously funded by Waiheke Local Board. For further enquiries contact Brian Grifths on 372 7662. Photo: Janet Hunt Last free guided walk Final ramble: Meet at the Onetangi Ratepayers and Residents' Hall just before 6pm on January 31 for a free guided walk with Forest & Bird. Walkers wishing to take part in the final Tuesday Twilight Ramble should meet just before 6pm on January 31 at the Onetangi Hall on the cor- ner of Waiheke Rd and Third Ave. The free guided walk will go via the Roy Nel- son gate and clockwise around the new loop track to Scott Terrace and promises to feature some large trees not pre- viously seen. At the end, walkers will return for a free sausage sizzle. The walking series is run every January by the Hauraki Gulf Islands branch of Forest & Bird and is sponsored by the Waiheke Local Board. Previous walks have included Park Point, Te Atawhai Whenua Res- erve at Matiatia and the lesser-known reserves of Onetangi. Phone Brian Griffiths on 372-7662 for further inquiries. Live at Vino Vino: Musician Pat Urlich performs every second Friday night at Vino Vino. Punters can catch the popular singer-songwriter at the Oneroa venue from 6.30pm on January 27 where he will be crooning his favourite trad-jazz tunes and a few other favourites. Bookings are recommended. Phone 372-9888. Pat Urlich live at Vino Vino Ladies go fishing for prizes A first prize of $200 is up for grabs in the ladies team fishing competition this Sunday. The money will go to the team with the aver- age weight fish with $50 going to the two closest fish either side. The heaviest fish will be worth $100 to the two- person team that catches it. Teams must include one woman. Lines can be in the water from 5am with the final weigh in at the Scouts Den on Shelly Beach Rd at 3pm. The Waiheke Island Fishing and Recreation Club is organising the event. Entry is $35 per team, including two hamburgers. Tickets are for sale at Erua Fishing Supplies, Offshore Marine and Hamills. Phone Paul on 027-696-2467, Herman on 021-178-6884 or Maureen on 372-9065.
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