Nor West News : February 17th 2011
6 NOR-WEST NEWS, FEBRUARY 17, 2011 Visit our stores and receive FREE gifts throughout the year by buying selected Beer, RTDs, Spirits or Wine Receive AA Rewards throughout our stores No Trade Sales Specials valid whilst stocks last WITH 160 OUTLETS THROUGHOUT NZ The Liquor Centre Group NEW ZEALANDS LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN WOODSTOCK BOURBON & COLA 5% 330ml BTL 18 WOODSTOCK BOURBON & COLA 8% 320ml CAN 18 CODYS BOURBON & COLA 8% 250ml CAN 12 CRUISER 8% 250ml CAN 12 RANFURLY FRONTIER LAGER 330ml BTL 12 CARLSBERG 330ml BTL 15 BLACKHEART 1L SEAGERS 1L $28.99 $33.99 $19.99 $19.99 $16.99 $24.99 $33.99 $29.99 Helensville L.C. Helensville Kumeu L.C. Kumeu Above specials only available at Liquor Centre Stores detailed below: Specials valid whilst stocks last. All specials may not be available in some stores. 0800 TOTALSPAN PH: 09 420 8343 Check upcoming events on our FACEBOOK Page BISTRO OPEN New Chef - New Menu Lunch 7 Days / Dinner Thur - Sun Sunday Roast $15 Thur - Poker from 6pm Fri - Topless Waitress and Meat & Seafood Raffles from 5.30-7.30pm & Karaoke from 8pm till 1am TRIBAL STATE performing live This Saturday get your tickets @ the bar! 3464402AC 3 2 & Advertising F Dining entertainment Popular market back at Kumeu Stalls galore: Visitors to the Kumeu Country Market can expect to take home plenty of tasty and quality products. Variety certainly attracts at the Kumeu Country Market. The next one is on Sunday, with both indoor and outdoor stalls at the Kumeu Showgrounds from 10am to 3pm. Visitors can check out a range of fresh produce and gourmet foods to hand- crafted work and jewellery. Live entertainment and children's activities also abound. Organiser Courtney Wood, who is an avid market sup- porter, says this third event follows two successful ones after she started the market because of the need in the nor-west district. Courtney says the variety of local produce and crafts was truly amazing and there was something for everyone, despite poor weather at the last one in January. Visitors need to bring cash as only a limited number of stallholders have eftpos. Gold coin donation for parking with nor-west schools benefiting. No dogs allowed. Stallholders can call Cour- tney Wood on 027-688-0818. Lantern spectacular Lantern delight: This weekend's Auckland Lantern Festival celebrates the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rabbit. The 12th annual Auckland Lan- tern Festival is this Friday to Sunday at Albert Park in cen- tral Auckland. It is free to attend and celebrates the end of this month's Chinese New Year fes- tival. New lanterns brought in from China will represent the Year of the Rabbit, the fourth animal in the 12-animal Chinese zodiac. Last year, the festival drew more than 150,000 people from around Auckland. There will also be fireworks, music, food, craft stalls and performances by local and over- seas artists. Beijing-based rock- band Askar Grey Wolf, 1930s-style jazz group Shang- hai Bai Yulan jazz band and the Chengdu Puppetry Theatre are among the line-up. Taste of country at school A playground for the juniors is the fundraising goal for Kaukapakapa School's country fair on February 19. The auction is the highlight with good prizes and services up for grabs. It runs from 10am to 2pm, and includes fair- ground rides.
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