Nor West News : February 24th 2011
10 NOR-WEST NEWS, FEBRUARY 24, 2011 NEWS SUNDAY 13TH MARCH 2011 START TIME 9.30AM rOunD THe BaYs PORTS OF AUCKLAND www.roundthebays.co.nz ENTER NOW! SUPPORTING THESE GREAT CHARITIES Wade Hansen Peter Smith Max Clark Greg Muller 293 Lincoln Road, Henderson Telephone 836 0939 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.smithpartners.co.nz Smith & Partners have an experienced team of commercial lawyers who can give you sound practical advice on all aspects of the law concerning your business. Starting Up Your Business We can help with: Strategic planning. Incorporating your company. Leasing premises. Structuring Your Business We can help with: Shareholder agreements. Trusts. Trading trusts. Business Documentation We can help with: Terms of trade. Distribution agreements. Franchise agreements. Intellectual property documentation. Standards and Regulations We can help with meeting your responsibilities in the areas of: Health and safety. Resource management. Goods and services tax. 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The gala will be held from 10am to 3pm at Kumeu Showgrounds, Access Rd. Phone 412-8175. Kawau Island picnic A summer picnic at Mansion House on Kawau Island is a tradition established 130 years ago by Governor- General Sir George Grey. Nor- west residents are welcome to go along on February 26 from 9am to 4.30pm. Activities include tours of the house, grounds and coppermine, children's games and treasure hunts. Discount fares available from Reuben's Cruises. Bookings are essential. Phone 0800-111-616 or Mansion House on (09) 422-8882. Band joins zoo concert series Zoo sounds: Sola Rosa band members Andrew Spraggon of Helensville and Ben White, back, get familiar with Snapper the Galapagos tortoise at Auckland Zoo. By RANI TIMOTI Infectious beats are expected to fill the air at the Auckland Zoo on February 26. Sola Rosa returns to per- form for Wild Bean Cafe Zoo Music from 6pm after playing a set at the band rotunda last year. Founding member Andrew Spraggon is a Helensville resident and his band is known for live shows which slowly wind up the tempo with funk, soul, hip hop, Latin and dub influences. Sola Rosa will be joined by the electro, indie-rock sound of Knives at Noon, and Rio Hemopo s slo-mo, hip hop funk at this concert for con- servation . Band members say last year s performance with Anika Moa was easily one of their top five gigs of all time, especially with an amazing location and a great vibe. Concert proceeds go towards helping wildlife, Auckland Zoo director Jonathan Wilcken says. As well as having species at the zoo to connect our visitors with animals that they wouldn t normally have a chance to see, the zoo also funds international conser- vation initiatives. While our visitors can come in and see Galapagos tortoises, leopard tortoises, Indian star tortoises and snake-neck turtles, we also fund the Asian Turtle Con- servation Network -- which facilitates the rescue, re- habilitation and release of a wide range of endangered turtle species, Mr Wilcken says. Music lovers can come from 5.30pm and visit the animals with their zoo music ticket. Visit www.aucklandzoo. co.nz for tickets and details. The next zoo music concert is on March 4 featuring The Phoenix Foundation and Liam Finn with The Thomas Oliver Band. Sola Rosa is also part of the international and na- tional line-up for the inaug- ural GrassRoots Festival on April 23 and 24 at Puhinui Reserve, Manukau. Organ- ised by Chugg Entertain- ment, it features a multitude of genres. View www.grassroots festival.co.nz for information and tickets. Media-ochre art hits the dirt Earth works: Artist Hemi Kiwikiwi's exhibition He Tangata He Tangata He Tangata is on at the Helensville Art Centre this month. An exhibition by artist Hemi Kiwikiwi is on at the Helensville Art Centre until the end of the month. He Tangata He Tangata He Tangata is a collection of paintings done using ochre or dirt. Hemi picked the style up from Aboriginal friends while living in Australia. The collection was painted last year during his three- week art residency in Muriwai. The centre is on Karaka St behind the Art Stop Cafe and is open 10am to 2pm Saturday to Monday and 11am to 4pm Tuesday to Friday. 3 for All is an upcoming exhibition at the centre. Anyone can exhibit art including sculptures, paintings, photos or jewel- lery for just $3 per item. Email admins.artcentre@ gmail.com or visit the art centre, Helensville Service Centre, Copy n Print, the Kumeu Library or infor- mation centre.
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