Waiheke Marketplace : April 4th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 42 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, APRIL 4, 2012 NEWS 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. Key Man Medical Motorcycle Car & General Commercial Super & Kiwi Saver Life Income Protection Trauma & Disability Business & Partnership · · · · · · · · · · Car boot fundraiser helps Sea Scouts Car boot sale lovers can head down to the Black- pool old school hall this Sunday morning. The boot sale and sausage sizzle will be run by the First Waiheke Sea Scouts to raise funds for activities like camp- ing and sailing. The Scouts took the com- munity event over from the Hey Dads group as founder Uwe Spielhaup- ter has gone overseas. Last-minute food stall holders and local pro- ducers should contact Diane Hearn for a spot on 021 121 6857. After the Easter event, the car boot sale will revert to the first Sunday morning of the month. The next one will beonMay6. Arts honour resistance Vocal activist: This year's Theatres of Resistance at Artworks Theatre is dedicated to the late Basil Holmes. Theatres of Resistance at Art- works Theatre on April 28 and May 5 will be dedicated to the memory of Basil Holmes who died last year. The two days of music, poetry, playback theatre and speakers, from 2pm till 6pm, focus on the political scene. Organiser Carol Winstanley says last year s event over May Day weekend was such a lively, engaging and rewarding week- end it was decided it should be an annual event. Basil Holmes was with us last May Day and his contri- bution, in his own unimitatable style, was much appreciated. We will be dedicating the event to his memory, and are pleased to be able to show footage of his speech. The two days will follow the same format as last year with the emphasis on active partici- pation by those attending. Play- back Theatre will draw people into the interactive theatre with speakers engaging in public/pri- vate conversations which invite the audience to join in the dia- logue. Ms Winstanley says there will be a full complement of music and poetry, plus skits and plays based on political happenings of the past and the here and now. As previously we are a multi-media event, so expect images and docos and videos, she says. One of Basil s last requests was for Tivoli bookshop to stock a small book called Indignez Vous: Time for Outrage by Ste- phane Hessel. Hessell, now in his 90s, was a resistance fighter and concentration camp sur- vivor. He is calling for an awak- ening of the spirit of resistance in defending the social values of modern democracy. Sales of the book will be available in support of the Theatres of Resistance. Ms Winstanley says she and the rest of the steering com- mittee of Pita Rikys, Janet Salas, Scott Ewing and Anna Mayne are looking for people who would like to perform or volunteer and would also like to thank the local board for mak- ing discretionary funding avail- able for the event. All those interested can email email@example.com. For tickets email artworks firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 372 2941. Treat for booklovers at sale Always popular: A giant book sale always draws the crowds. It will be the biggest book sale ever at the Morra Hall over Easter weekend. On offer will be a masssive selection of books of every genre. All books will be priced at $2 with the added bonus for bulk buyers of purchase 10 and get one free. Magazines, comics and kids books will be just 50 cents. Head to the Morra Hall this Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10am to 4pm to grab some literary bargains.
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