Waiheke Marketplace : June 13th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 17 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JUNE 13, 2012 NEWS 4619690AB Yckjgmg Hktuv Pcvkqpcn Nvf OTGKP¥ email@example.com www.waihekefirst.co.nz 594 8483 Nkegpugf wpfgt TGCC 422: UNFINISHED GEM -- WILL BE SOLD -- 4 Tawa Street, Oneroa Come and explore the possibilities here from this unfinished home. My motivated vendor has decided to move on and wants the property sold. Bring your builder and reap the rewards from your labour. AUCTION 4 Tawa Street, Oneroa, on site Saturday 16 June 2012 at 2.00pm (unless sold prior) OPEN HOME 4 Tawa Street, Oneroa Sat 1.00 -- 2.00pm ID INTERNET 2057617 AGENT Bruce McCown 027 487 6121 AH 09 372 6121 firstname.lastname@example.org Licensed Salesperson under REAA 2008 AUCTION FINAL NOTICE Artworks depict life's absurdity Wine Time: An exhibition of paintings by Susan Edge will open at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery this Friday, along with the members' exhibition. An exhibition of new paintings by popular Northland artist Susan Edge will open alongside a members exhibition this Friday at Waiheke Community Art Gallery. Branching Out comprises a suite of 16 acrylic on canvas works, with the addition of metallic and collage, which reference Susan s penchant for noting the absurd in aspects of our current social framework , gal- lery director Linda Chalmers says. The members show in the main gallery profiles the work of Wai- heke artists in a wide range of styles and media, from paintings, works on paper, sculpture and glass to ceramics, photography, textiles and jewellery. The exhibition opens at 6pm this Friday and runs to August 20. Visit waihekeartgallery.org.nz or phone 372 9907 for more information. Funds boost for toy library Freemasons donation: Toy Library committee member Philippa Armstrong, left, and librarian Kirsten Simmons receive $661 from master of the Freemasons Lodge Waiheke Abdus Hansrod. His son Mikael is also pictured. The Waiheke Toy Library has some extra funds thanks to the Waiheke Freemasons. Librarian Kirsten Simmons and committee member Philippa Arm- strong accepted the $661 cheque from Waiheke Freemasons Lodge master Abdus Hansrod at the lib- rary s Surfdale premises on Satur- day morning. The funds had been raised by the lodge within its ranks , Mr Hansrod says. Our organisation last year equipped the St John Ambulance on the island with GPS navigation systems to help St John improve response times to calls, and the previous year Lodge Waiheke donated a defibrillator to the Fire Brigade. BILLY APPLE EXHIBITION Internationally acclaimed artist Billy Apple will celebrate his 50th anniversary at the Waiheke Com- munity Art Gallery. The artist will mark five decades with a wine associated exhibition including some of the original pieces from his personal collection. The exhibition will run from September 28 to October 15.Gallery director Linda Chalmers is ''thrilled and honoured'' to be exhibiting the artist's work on Waiheke. ''Billy has a huge international reputation having lived and worked overseas for many years. Titled the Billy Apple Official Selection the exhibition will feature 50 numbered wine boxes of Vintner's Choice -- six premium Waiheke wines provided by Kennedy Point Vineyard, Man O'War, Poderi Crisci, Miro, Peacock Sky and Obsidian. OPEN DAYS Families with small children are invited to see what Waiheke Island Toy Library has to offer at two open days on June 23 and 24.The sessions will be from 9.30am to 11.30am at the Old Surfdale Post Office on Hamilton Rd.Toy library co-ordinator Denise Whitfield says the organisation is taking new members and the open days will be a great opportunity for families to see the library in action and try out some of the toys. ''We have over 400 quality, educational toys available that are suited to children from birth to 6 years. Members can borrow up to four toys each fortnight, so it can feel like Christmas twice a month,'' Ms Whitfield says. ''For an affordable annual membership fee families can have access to high quality, educational toys for their children to help them reach their full skill development potential and have fun.'' The Waiheke Island Toy Library was established in 2000 and is a registered charity run by volunteers. Call Denise Whitfield on 372 7797 or email denise@ waihekesoapcompany.co.nz for more information.
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