Waiheke Marketplace : November 14th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 24 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, NOVEMBER 14, 2012 EVENTS More bang for your festive buck -- best distribution equals best response Waiheke Marketplace is the only AUDITED CIRCULATION paper on Waiheke Island. 6,769 Audited circulation, ABC for 12 months to 31 December 11. Delivered every week to Waiheke homes, businesses, the ferries and central Auckland. Ph: 09 372 9231. Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm. 1 Tahi Road, Ostend. Online at waihekemarketplace.co.nz for FREE! No subscription, no charge! Ho! Ho! Ho! Christmas is nigh and our office will close Get your ads booked in time so everyone knows What you're up to this Yuletide and into New Year We wish you a prosperous business and a whole lot of cheer! To advertise in the Waiheke Marketplace editions: 19 December • 26 December • 2 January • 9 January Bookings deadline: Monday, December 3 Copy deadline: Friday, December 7 For all other enquiries phone Gail Hughes on 372 9231 or email email@example.com Power play: Superheroes is the theme for this year's Waiheke Primary School Fair. KEY FACTS 10am Fair starts 10.30am Parade of kids dressed up as Super Heroes 11am Live music from The Burrell Boys. 12pm Live music from the Mano Pratt band. 1pm Waiheke Primary School's kapa haka group. 1.15pm Live music from The Stimulators. 2.15pm Live music from Revolution 9. 2.30pm Raffle prize draw. Prizes on offer at fair Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's the Waiheke Primary Superheroes School Fair. Go along for an action-packed family day out featuring live music, theatre, great food and a chance to snap up some super bargains this Sunday. On offer will be fantastic raffle prizes worth thousands. These include a Heliscene trip, just in case you forgot your cape, beauty packages for a pout like Cat- woman, Ecozip tours for some high- flying adventures and fabulous foodie prizes to make your mouth water. The stalls will be selling books, white elephants'', clothing, toys, baked goods, plants, delectable deli- cacies plus much much more. Youngsters will be encouraged to whoosh down the waterslide, bounce on the enormous bouncy cas- tle, slurp an ice cold slushy while adults will gasp at the incredible raffle prizes. Jenny Mason, one of the army of superheroes organising the day, says: So, citizens of Waiheke, buckle up your utility belts, grab your shark repellent, and bring your sidekicks to Seaview Rd for a super day out.'' MP to strut her stuff at Island Styles catwalk Parliament style: Labour List MP Jacinda Ardern will be modelling at Island Styles 2012 at The Dunes on November 30. TICKETS Tickets to Island Styles 2012 are $20 in advance from Oneroa's new fashion and art space The Cop Shop on Waikare Rd, or $25 on the door. Front tickets get a free goodie bag. The Designers and Beauty Trade Fair is the perfect chance to get your nails done, try a mini-makeover, have a chair massage and then after the show dance and shop till you drop. -- Lou Mills, co-organiser All eyes will be on Labour list MP Jacinda Ardern at a catwalk show and fashion and beauty trade fair at the end of the month. Ms Ardern will model pieces by We-ar yoga clothing and merino company Avoca at Island Styles 2012 at The Dunes on November 30. The event will also feature designs from Island, Jeanine Clarkin, Shine and Heke Designs, with more to be announced. Co-organiser Lou Mills says the event will offer fun demos, transformations and entertain- ment from the SASS dancers. The Designers and Beauty Trade Fair is the perfect chance to get your nails done, try a mini- makeover, have a chair massage and then after the show dance and shop till you drop -- what more can a girl and all her besties ask for?'' Ms Mills is seeking more menswear for the event and would like to hear from anyone interested in showing a collection or having a stall. Call 021 0460 225 or 372 8778 for more information.
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