Waiheke Marketplace : March 28th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 8 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, MARCH 28, 2012 NEWS Key Man Medical Motorcycle Car & General Commercial Super & Kiwi Saver Life Income Protection Trauma & Disability Business & Partnership · · · · · · · · · · Ph 372 8521 0274 426 721 or 021 027 12778 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 4470271AA • Window Cleaning • Water Blasting • Driveways • Paths • Decks • House Washing • Roof & Gutter Washing • Gutter Repairs • Post Build Cleans Specialising In: Waiheke Unichem Pharmacy Oneroa 372 8312 Open 7 Days - extended hours for holidays: Mon-Fri 9-5.30pm / Sat 9-5pm / Sun 10.15-4.30pm I'M YOURS ...your autumn gift Spend $65 or more on Revlon products & receive a 4 piece gift FREE* *Available while stocks last. Not available in conjunction with any offer. Gift sets, value packs, discounted or promotional items ca nnot be co unted towards the qualifying pu rchase. Qualifying purchase must be made in a single transaction. Available at participating Revlon stockists. Hatching artists The Incubator space in the Artworks complex courtyard has an up- coming project designed to nurture some of Wai- heke s younger artists. Called Young Artists Hatch! the residency will run during the last week of the Easter holidays, from April 17 to 24. Incubator was set up in January. It aims to provide a creative space where artists get exposure and the community gets a chance to see artists at work during their one week residencies. Artworks co-ordinator Nansi Thompson says Young Artists Hatch! will be a rich opportunity for up to four young artists between the age of15and19tosharea week long residency at Incubator, culminating in an exhibition of work. Young artists interested in applying for a residency should call Nansi Thomp- son on 021 223 8753. Jill made first life member First ever: New life member Jill Cameron accepts flowers from Probus president Shirley McMillan. The Waiheke Probus group con- ferred its first life membership to Jill Cameron at its annual general meeting earlier this month. As the foundation president, Ms Cameron was instrumental in setting up Waiheke Probus -- under the auspices of Rotary -- in 1998. The initial group of four people grew to 80 members for the first meeting of 1999. Probus president Shirley McMillan says: Jill has rendered exceptional support. After her year as president, Jill took on the responsibility for organising trips, starting a dining out group, a theatre group, she was newsletter edi- tor, catering convener and one- time roll secretary. Jill s years of service and time given to the club have been recognised by her nomination for the club s first life member- ship award. Fayre celebrates autumn harvest tradition The Mojo Risers: Aaron Carpenter, left, and Neil Ghoshal, right, with singer Kiri Eriwata. Visit waihekemarketplace. co.nz and click on latest edition to see a video of singer Kiri Eriwata. An old fashioned fayre will celebrate the tradition of the autumn harvest this Sunday, from 10am to 2pm. The annual Harvest Fayre at Steiner School in Fossil Bay will have plenty for all the family from stalls selling fresh produce to entertainment. Live music will include performances from the Mojo Risers and Kiri Eriwata, Ian Simpson and mandolin virtu- oso Andy Lewis. Kids can play Henny Penny, Humpty Dumpty and follow the treasure quest. There will be silence auction packages for the adults. The lots will be located in the carpark and at the end of the day the highest bidder will win. Among the auction items is a midweek break at Le Chalet with lunch at Delight cafe, a photography session at Shine Studios and a pampering package. There are also three raffle baskets, one each for children, mums and dads. These will be at the Ostend Market on Saturday, at the kindergaten next week and alongside the auctions at the fayre. Lady Farley retires in a gracious manner Had to go: The tractor Lady Farley was removed from outside Charlie Farley's after complaints. Charlie Farley s tractor parked outside the Onetangi beachfront restaurant has been moved after complaints. Waiheke traffic wardens asked owner Luke Carter to move the tractor, affectionately known as Lady Farley, after receiving a series of complaints from one person, Luke says. The tractor was bought by Mr Carter and his wife Helen from a bloke down the road after he upgraded to a Sealegs . The vehicle was painted, named and parked outside the restaurant where it has proved popular with kids who enjoy climbing on it and visitors who like to take their photograph with it. The tractor was removed on Tuesday evening.
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