Waiheke Marketplace : March 28th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 24 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, MARCH 28, 2012 EVENTS Subsidised taxis to and from the clubrooms. Ph 0800 372 4111 or 0800 300 372 Where everyone is welcome! MEMBER'S DRAW THIS WEEK $1000 (2 draws) Drawn every Friday between 6.30-8.30pm Join us for SATURDAY BRUNCH 9.00-11.00am RSA RESTAURANT See our Vine & Dine advertisement hours. 29 Belgium St, Ostend, Waiheke Restaurant 372 6655 Bar 372 5554 Office 372 9019 OPEN 7 days from 11am (Monday from 12pm) THIS WEEKS' LIVE ENTERTAINMENT... PLASTIC PADDYS local Waiheke band this Friday night' We've got the big screen for great viewing, great bar prices and a great family atmosphere! 2925933DP Reggae group doing fundraiser for Sharon Fire fundraiser: Taos will play at Malones tonight to raise money for Sharon Pou, whose takeaway AO Place burned down on March 10. Photo: GRAHAM HOOPER Survivor: Sharon Pou escaped the fire that ruined her business. Visit waiheke marketplace.co.nz and click on Latest Edition to watch a Taos video. A music fundraiser will take place tonight at Malones in Surfdale in aid of Sharon Pou, whose takeaway busi- ness AO Place burned down on March 10. Ms Pou was about to sell the business and go on her big OE and was left with nothing after the fire because she had no insurance. It will be koha entry to see the reggae roots dub band Taos play. They originated on Wai- heke in 2001 and are now based in Christchurch. Taos was joined by Wai- heke MC Billy Fluid at a gig last Thursday at Sandbar, and decided to play again tonight to raise funds for Ms Pou because of whanau con- nections and a love of Wai- heke , event organiser Gra- ham Hooper says. A cracker of an art show Kauri painting: Six works by Dick Lyne are on display at Tivoli until the end of April. The Art Wall at Tivoli bookshop in Oneroa is featuring six ''cracker'' paintings by self-taught artist Dick Lyne. Dick started painting in his 60s and is known for his ''portraits'' of rimu and kauri. In his early working life, Dick was a storeman, fitter's mate, dye hand and apprentice printer before many years as a bushman in the King Country and Matakana Island. The Tivoli Art Wall includes a painting of Tane Mahuta, two dramatic scenes from Dick's memories of the eruption of Ngauruhoe in 1953, the year of the Tangiwai disaster, and an aerial scene of Kawau Island. The exhibition, titled Crackerjack, runs until the end of April. Pop in to Tivoli in the middle of Oneroa village. It is open Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 10am to 5pm, and during the long weekends. Bowling club lines up acts Waiheke Bowling Club will be buzzing this Saturday night when the Wai Wai Girls and other entertainers hit the stage for a variety show fundraiser. All funds raised on the night will go towards the sur- facing of a new bowling green at the club on Marama Ave in Surfdale. The fun starts from 5.30pm and if you re too late to book a seat at a table for dinner, don t worry because the even- ing will be video-linked to the bar area where there is a $2 entry fee on the door. There may be $10 standing room-only tickets still avail- able. Call Raewyn Neilson on 021 889 040 to book. Win passes to see Jersey Boys Jersey Boys, one of the world s biggest theatre sensations, is coming to Auckland next month and you have just two more days to enter our second competition to win tickets. More than 2000 readers of Sub- urban Newspapers Auckland entered our competition last month and Becky Ware was the Waiheke Marketplace winner. Simply go online to www.wai hekemarketplace.co.nz and click on latest edition to find your chance to win double tickets. We have two sets to give away and will draw a winner on March 30. Jersey Boys is a Tony Award- winning musical based on 60s pop band the Four Seasons. Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudo, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi wrote all their own songs, invented their own sound and sold 175 million records worldwide, all before they were 30. Hit tunes include Big Girls Don't Cry, Can't Take My Eyes Off You and Oh What a Night. The musical has been in Aust- ralia for the past two years performing to sellout audiences, so far totalling more than 900,000 people. Aucklanders got a sneak pre- view when the cast performed during the Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park, proudly supported by the Waiheke Marketplace. The December event helped raise more than $70,000 for Surf Life Saving New Zealand. Musicians get set to rock the night away Singer: Nikki Ngatai and friends will open for Feral Vessel at Artworks Theatre. Feral Vessel and Nikki Ngatai will perform at Artworks Theatre on Friday. Feral Vessel are promising an evening of old fashioned rock- n roll. The crew, comprising of three musos, say they specialise in creating a heavy sound. They have many influences and say their evening of original music will delight rock audio- philes and the general public. Opening the night will be the island s songbird Nikki Ngatai with her talented friends. The band will perform pieces that combine the melodious with the slightly sinister. ThefunisonMarch30at7pm. Tickets cost $10 prepaid or $12 on the door, email ArtworksTheatre@gmail.com or call 372 2941.
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