Nor West News : January 14th 2016
stuff.co.nz What’s On NOTICES: Cemeterywalks: Specialwalk at Waikumete Cemetery on January 15. This debut event involves an eveningwalk through some of the rougher ground during the evening light and the easier areas for the darker part of the night. Many stories to be told of murder, accidental deaths, first burial and along theway learn a bit of history. Meet at the Chapel of the Oaks, near the corner of Glenviewand Waikumete roads at 7pm. Please wear sensible shoes and bring a torch.Walks are weather dependant and hosted by Friends of Waikumete. Phone Kath on 838-3356. World Cup Final: Top NewZealand showjumpers compete in the final of the Ultra-Mox FEI World Cup NZ series at the Continental Cars Audi World Cup Festival atWoodhill Sands, Helensville, January 15 to 17, 2016. Free entry. ClassicCar and HotRod Festival: Prepare to go nuts and bolts over the coming festival,Kumeu Showgrounds from January 16 to 17 with about 3500vehicles on display. The Recliner Rockers and Doobey Brothers Tribute will entertain the crowds. The traditional event is open Saturday from 7am to6pmand Sunday from 8amto 5pm.Go to www.kumeuhotrodshow.co.nz for information. KaukapakapaVillage Market: The next market is on January 17 from 8.30amto 1pm. Agreat selection of stalls to choose from including crafts, food and barista coffee. Robert Burns poetry readings will be held in the library with a haggis address with piper at 11am. Phone Sarah on 027-483-1542 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Art on Track Gallery: Come to Helensville Railway Station to see Jo Bain’s exhibition from January 6 to January 24. The mixed media artist creates vibrant beach sceneswith a message of conservation and sustainability reflecting the beauty of NewZealand landscapes. Resident artists are still there, with Arataki Ceramics and a newrange of jewellery by Halina McGechan. The gallery is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 3pm. Summerof Science School Holiday Programme: Held at the Stardome from January 11 to January 29. Includes a lab filled with fun mini experiments. The programmeincludes a planetarium show, craft activity and rocket launching, depending on the weather.Visit stardome.org.nz/ whats-on/school-holidays/ or phone 09-624-1246 for information. Art Centre Helensville: Exhibition of glass art by Shane Ferro and Wh t’ on n ae y u JANUARY 14, 2016, NOR-WEST NEWS From Jan 14 involved! Get Check out Kaukapakapa Village Market on January 17 from 8.30 amto 1pm. aboriginal artistKurunwarum, January 16 to January 31. FreeKids Art Show: Free for kids to exhibit at Art Centre, Helensville from January 16 to January 31. Works need to arrive strung and ready to hang or able to balance on a plinth, on January 12 or January 13 between2pm and 4.30 pm. Free Live Music: Sunday afternoons from 2pmto6pmat The Boat House, Riverhead. Doors open to the public at noon for a cruisy Sunday afternoon. Contact 412-8902. Historic Helensville:Get on track to visit Helensville Historic Railway Station and museum, 2 Railway St, Thursday to Sunday, 10am to 3pm. Phone 09-420-8961. Survivor:Motat- Minecraft Workshop: Held January 18 to 20, 10am to 2pm. Enrol for one day or all three. Each workshop is stand-alone. PHone 0800-668-286 for bookings. Outbreak:Motat: Held at the Motat Aviation Display Hall, Meola Rd, January 23 from 10am to 4.30pm. The game starts at 1pm but all contestants need to check in before this. Between 10am and 1pm there will be more apocalypse-themed fun. Go to www.motat.org.nz or phone 0800-668-286 for bookings. Fromthe Author’s Mouth:Hear authors read excerpts of their work on January 28, 10am to 12pm at Inverness room, Bays Community Centre, 2Glen Rd.Write 500words in any genre and share it with the audience. This month choose between the topics, Psychic or Celebration, or write about both. Children’sHoliday Artworkshop: One-day programon January 28, 10am to 3pmatKumeu Arts Centre. 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