Nor West News : November 4th 2010
23 NOR-WEST NEWS, NOVEMBER 4, 2010 0800 TOTALSPAN HELENSVILLE MEAT CENTRE ... where quality & freshness count! It's time to get your BBQ out! 54 Commercial Road, Helensville Ph 420 83 54 Shop Hours: Mon-Fri 7am - 6pm, Sat 7am - 4pm Right in the middle of town! Only while stock s last ORDER YOUR TRADITIONAL XMAS HAMS NOW Honey Cured and Manuka Smoked *Hurry as stocks are limited Come and see us for all your BBQ Meats and traditional homemade smallgoods 3212275AA RESTAURANT HOURS DINNER FROM 5.30pm THURSDAY to SUNDAY LUNCH FROM 11am FRIDAY to SUNDAY Email firstname.lastname@example.org WEDDINGS FUNCTIONS RESTAURANT PHONE 411 7809 3241676AA www.kumeuartinthegarden.co.nz Tickets at: Kumeu Visitor Information Centre 3 2 & Advertising F Dining entertainment PHONE: 412 7127 Open Tuesday through to Sunday from 5.30pm 3 Matua Road, Huapai Licensed and BYO - Bookings preferred www.jaffatapas.co.nz The courtyard is NOW OPEN for groups of 15 or more for lunch Christmas Function Time to think about your 3205156AB Book fair bargains Sorting out: Huapai-Kumeu Lions members prepare for their book fair by organising donated items into their categories. Recycled books will be going to good homes thanks to the Huapai- Kumeu Lions book fair on Saturday. The popular event is at Kumeu Community Cen- tre from 9am with an early queue expected as shoppers hunt for bargains. All books cost $1 or $2. Tomorrow is the last day for donated books to be dropped off before Lions members do their final sorting into cate- gories for the big day. Judging by the num- ber of books arriving at the Information Centre in Kumeu, one of the drop-off places, there will be good buys for readers of all ages and genres, organiser Gary Moss says. The other drop-off venues are Sunnyview Orchards on Highway 16 and Huapai Hardware in Waimauku. DIY books, fiction, children s books, technology and classics are some of the favourite categories. Some of the profits go towards the Kumeu Band s building pro- gramme. IN BRIEF Kumeu bargains Stallholders and buskers are needed for a new high-quality community market at the Kumeu Showgrounds. The Kumeu Country Market begins from December 12 on Sundays from 10am to 3pm. Phone: Courtney 027-688-0818 or Hollie 027-462-6697. Art market Art Kaipara hosts market days on November 6 and 7 at Helensville War Memorial Hall from 10am to 4pm. Exhibitions, silent auction, reflex- ology, stalls and food. Phone: Laurel on (09) 420-6062. Give a can and see a movie Donate a can of food and see a movie for free on November 10. Wattie s Cans Film Festival is back for its 17th year at all Hoyts, Event and Reading cinemas across New Zea- land. Visit www.watties. co.nz for more infor- mation.
November 11th 2010