Waiheke Marketplace : April 11th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 26 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, APRIL 11, 2012 GRIMMS CLUB Next term, children aged six to nine can take part in the after school Grimms Club with Kirsten Simmons. For a cost of $60 youngsters can be a part of Grimm Waiheke, a Festival of Story expressive arts and story project. Children will get together every Tuesday from 2.45pm to 4.45pm to create art and music sculptures and develop a soundscape of a Fundevogel exhibit for this year's Festival of Story. Kids--beintowinan online cooking class Waiheke Marketplace is offering fve free registrations to a fun, interactive, online holiday programme that teaches kids how to cook. Glenda Gourley and her teenaged daughter Claire are launching a virtual cooking class via the internet from April 16. Called It's My Turn To Cook Tonight BOSCH School Holiday Programme, the aim is to teach kids aged nine and over nutrition and cooking skills. Eighteen- year-old Claire will present the programme, and children will enjoy cooking the week's dinners in their own homes with their parent or caregiver. The youngsters will be able to chat online with Claire, and watch her YouTube videos. "We want to arm kids with actual dinner skills not just baking," Glenda says. "What we'd love is for one whole week, kids help make the family meal, plus have the kitchen all clean and the table set with fowers." Every day Claire will set fun challenges like the most over-the-top table setting and will award prizes. Check out FoodSavvyKids.com for more information. To win a free registration worth $25, email the correct answer to the following question to news2@waihekemarketplace. co.nz by 1pm this Friday, April 13. Don't forget to include your name address, and telephone number. Question: What age group is the virtual cooking show aimed at? Baby creatures at Kelly Tarlton's For an underwater experience these school holidays get along to Kelly Tarlton's and catch up with all the amazing baby creatures that have been born following a busy breeding season. Aquarium visitors will get to see baby king penguin chicks, carpet sharks, spiny sea dragons, sea turtles and clown fsh. Children can also complete a Baby Animals Trail Card to learn fun facts about the animals and to be in to win some great prizes. Every youngster will also receive a free penguin egg toy to take home as they leave. Take advantage of the free Kelly Tarlton's bus that picks up passengers on Quay St opposite the ferry terminal. The bus runs on the hour every hour. Plus book online at kellytarltons.co.nz and get a 10 per cent discount. Mythical creatures at Waiheke Library Waiheke Community Library is celebrating mythical creatures this school holiday with a free programme for youngsters aged fve to 12. Go along at 11am on Wednesday, April 18 to make and wear your own mythical magical horns. There is also a writing competition which is running throughout the school holidays. Write a story about a mythical creature of your choice. There is no word limit, so dust off that magical pen and let your imagination soar. Entry forms are available at the library. For more information phone Waiheke library on 374 1325. Storycentre celebrates Brothers Grimm The 200th anniversary of the fairytales by the Brothers Grimm will be celebrated at the 2012 Festival of Story and kicking off the event will be the Easter school holiday programme from April 17 to 20. Every morning from Tuesday to Friday next week, little ones will enjoy taking part in workshops and a storytelling performance. The central theme will be the works of the Brothers Grimm. Costs are from $5 for Friday's storytelling hour through to $20 for the workshops. Also on offer are free youth flm workshops with Waiheke Community Cinema on April 12 and 13 or 18 and 19 from 2pm to 4pm at the Community Education Centre on Donald Bruce Rd. Here teenagers will enjoy workshops in camera, sound and storyboarding perfect for aspiring flm makers. Those who participate will have the chance to be part of the flm crew for the storytelling and flm project Moving Stories which will form part of the festival in May and June. All those interested should contact Baraka at email@example.com or 372 7297. Easter Holiday Programme 17 -- 20 April 2012 The White Snake workshop Tuesday 17 April 10.00am -- 12.00pm Imagineifyouhadthepowertounderstandthelanguageofanimals. Ages 6+ Cost $20. The Golden Key workshop Wednesday 18 April 10.00am -- 12.00pm The discovery of a key takes us on an imaginative adventure. Ages 6+ Cost $20. The Golden Goose workshop Thursday 19 April 10.00am and 11.30am Afunstoryadventurefor3--5yearoldsandtheircaregivers.Cost$10. Grimms Fairytales Storytelling performance Friday 20 April 10.30am From the scary to the ridiculous come and hear stories both familiar & new. Cost $5 per person, $20 per fam. (Not suitable for those under 4 years of age). free youth film workshops with Waiheke community cinema 12/13 April or 18/19 April 2.00pm -- 4.00pm, Community Ed Centre Contact Baraka: firstname.lastname@example.org or 372 7297. Free, Teenagers. Second Term Grimms After School Club with Kirsten Simmons Tuesdays: 2:45pm -- 4:45pm Create art & music sculptures to exhibit at this years Festival of Story. Ages 6-9 yrs. 5 weeks. Cost: $60. Moving Stories What was your story of how you came to live on Waiheke? Catch us at the Ostend Markets on 12, 19 and 26 May and tell your story. Fe stival The 7th Once Upon An island Festival of Story takes place during the Queen's birthdayweekend,1--4June.JoinusonDaisythereddoubledeckerbus, explore the waterways of Waiheke or meet NZ's very own historical pirate, Charlotte Badger. For details visit www.OnceUponAnIsland.info Phone 021 2963149 or Email email@example.com Celebrating fairytales: the stories of the Brothers Grimm will be the focus of the Easter school holiday programme led by international storyteller Tanya Batt.
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