North Shore Times : November 16th 2010
33 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 16, 2010 Motorhomes OPEN DAY! SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 10am-2pm VILLA MARIA ESTATE AUCKLAND 118 Montgomerie Road, Mangere, Auckland (5 mins from the Auckland Airport) On day specials available! Talk to the experienced Maui team in the relaxed surroundings of Villa Maria Estate whether you are interested in purchasing or hiring a motorhome. Go into the draw to WIN a Waitomo Maui ShortBreak just for coming along! MAU045-11/10 V WOLLONGONG HAWKS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH, 7.30PM $12.50 CHILD/CONCESSION* $17.50 ADULT $50.00 FAMILY PASS** BRONZE TICKETS *Children are 15 years and under. Students are any students with valid photo I.D. and Seniors are 60+ years with valid photo I.D. ** Valid for 2 adults and up to 2 kids. NEW7980 TICKETS FROM ONLY $12 .50 Game Night Sponsor: Kindy pamper night planned Come along and be pampered at Chelsea Kindy s Pamper Evening on November 18 from 7.30pm to 10pm. Enjoy a glass of bub- bly, chat with friends, listen to the talks and be pampered by our therapists. Door prizes include haircuts, bowen therapy treatments, a homeopathic consul- tation, soap making kits and manicure vouchers. Contact the kindy on 480-7332 or email chel- seapamperevening@ gmail.com to reserve your ticket. Auckland Joy Minis- tries Disco is being held for the intellectually impaired from 7pm to 9pm this Saturday, 56 Ranfurly Rd, Epsom. Please bring $5 plus plate of finger food. There will be a DJ and the event is alcohol free. Phone 818-3858 for information. The release of storyteller Tanya Batt s 11th album will include a launch in Takapuna. Batt is regarded as one of New Zealand s top storytellers and she specialises in the cre- ation of picture books, folk tale collections and audio recordings. Her latest CD, The Time of Your Life, is her first of original material. She will be in store at Next Page Please on Lake Rd on November 26 at 4pm. Visit www.ima gined-worlds.net. The Muriwai Arts Trail is this Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm. The main exhibition is at Houghtons Bush Camp, 75 Motutara Rd, Muriwai Beach. Admission is free. Visit www.muriwai arts.co.nz. The Robbie Burns Association invites people to a friendly after- noon of poetry, music, song and piping on Saturday from 2pm to 4pm. The event is in the Masonic Lodge, Grey St (mall end), Onehunga. Phone Dave Small 576-5985 for infor- mation. A free senior citizens variety concert, organis- ed by Hillcrest Lions Club is being held on Saturday, November 27, at the the Glenfield War Memorial Hall, Hall Rd at 1pm. Afternoon tea will be provided. Phone Gael on 418- 4943 or Marlene on 443-5955 if you need transport or haveany queries. Murrays Bay Inter- mediate School choir joins five other youth choirs this month to sing Christmas music. The Auckland Boys Choir and the Auckland Girls Choir are hosting this event in Holy Trin- ity Cathedral, Parnell, on Friday, November 26, at 7pm. The Youth Celebrates Christmas concert involves primary and intermediate schools across Auckland. Each of the children singing at the event has been asked to bring a small present to donate to Kidz First at Middlemore Hospital. Tickets for the event are available on the door from 6.30pm. Admission: Waged $15, unwaged $10, chil- dren 12 and under free. A Christmas cele- bration for people who are blind and vision impaired and their friends has been organised by Torch Out- reach. The event is on Saturday, November 27 from 11am to 3.30pm, 173 Mt Smart Rd, One- hunga. There will be visiting speakers from the Bay of Plenty. Bring finger food for lunch. Phone 636-4763 for more information.
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