Nor West News : March 24th 2011
23 NOR-WEST NEWS, MARCH 24, 2011 0800 TOTALSPAN 3597754AA A Fully Licensed -- Open: Wed, Thurs, Sun 9am - 4pm Fri&Sat 9am-8pm 189 Motutara Road -- behind Muriwai Top Shop like no other place to enjoy a Glass or two PH: 411 8086 E: email@example.com The Tavern On the Go Saturday 26th March Social Pool Competition 2pm BBQ 3pm LIVE MUSIC WITH THE BAND CITY EDITION 4PM-8PM Courtesy van available Ph 09 420 8458 (next to Aquatic Park) 3592660AA AUCKLAND Factory Seconds SALE March 26th & 27th ONLY Cobra Ex Package In store discounts on other makes and models ROOF RACK CENTRE 502 Sandringham Rd, Auckland PHONE: 815 2073 was $1835 NOW $1470 was $545 NOW $410 *Limited Numbers SAVE 20-40% floor stock only NN Cobra Play Family Fun xplorer Cobra Marauder Fishing Package was $995 NOW $845 3582243AD 3 2 & Advertising F Dining entertainment Gala days for schools and community groups Galas are being held by Waimauku and Massey high schools on Saturday. The Waimauku event kicks off the school's 90th anniversary cele- brations this year. It will be from 10am to 2pm. Meanwhile, a house donated by Kumeu busi- nessman Craig Walker will be auctioned off for the Massey event which is from 10am to 2pm. The gala will also launch the annual inter-school cup cake competition. Come join the fun whanau atmosphere at the Reweti Market on Sunday. Proceeds from the event will go to the children's holiday programmes. The mar- ket is from 9am to noon at the marae on 1285 State Highway 16, Waimauku. It is regu- larly held on the last Sunday of the month. Stallholders are wel- come. Call Kiri on 021- 0241-7997 or Rowena on 027-476-2764. Get a taste of the rural flavour at the Kumeu Country Market on Sunday. The event features a huge variety of stalls including the nor-west area's fresh produce and artisan talent. It is at Kumeu Showgrounds, Access Rd from 10am to 3pm. For stall bookings, call Courtney on 027- 688-0818 or view www. kumeucountrymarket. co.nz for more infor- mation. Check out the stalls and car boot sales at the Parakai community mar- ket on April 2. The event runs fort- nightly Saturday from 10am at Black Pete's carpark. For stallholder bookings, call Henrietta on (09) 420-6086. A gala day will be held at Parakai's River Valley Baptist Church on April 2. The event from 10am to 2pm includes horse and cart, pony, caterpil- lar and magic carpet rides, stalls, three raffles, devonshire teas and sausage sizzles. Call Shirley Wood (09) 420-2559. Pick up home-made bargains and breakfast at the same time at the Waitoki market on April 2. The event is at Waitoki hall from 8.30am to noon. Stalls include home-baked goodies, preserves, jams, plants and a barbecue. Proceeds go back to the community. Stall bookings, call Shirley on (09) 420-5111. Get your tickets for the annual hoedown which raises money for the Kumeu Volunteer Fire Brigade on April 16, tickets from the Kumeu Cellars Liquor Centre. Aerosol art: Waratah Taogaga of Helensville works on her piece at Te Awaroa. Winter youth camp Get in quick for the next winter camp run by Helensville-based Te Awaroa Youth Club. The event from April 18to21willbeatthe clubrooms which includes on-site dormi- tories. Activities for the 12 to 18-year-olds include dancing, aerosol art, sports, Maori arts, drama workshops and trips. Camp co-ordinator Josephine Palmer says the goal of the camp is to promote youth par- ticipation in the arts. Places are limited. To book call Josephine on (09) 420-7977. Fun-filled evening A trivial pursuit fundraiser for the Helensville and Dis- trict Historical Soc- iety is on April 8. The event from 7.30pm is at the Helensville War Memorial Hall. Teams of eight are welcome for a fun-filled night and a chance to win lots of prizes. Call Donna on (09) 420-8752 or the Helensville museum on (09) 420-7881.
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