Nor West News : November 10th 2011
www.nor-westnews.co.nz 23 NOR-WEST NEWS, NOVEMBER 10, 2011 0800 TOTALSPAN HANDY ANT PROCESSORS * We are registered with MAF for Home Kill Processing Ph: 09 420 2848 Fax: 09 420 2870 Handy Ant Processors 93 Monk Rd, South Head www.handyant.co.nz Beef Processing $100 KG HOW DE HOW DE Now we've caught your eye look at this offer Plus with every body of beef booked in receive a bag of garlic sprinkle for those BBQ steaks Christmas Function? End of Year Dinner to organize? dinner from 5.30pm Tuesday - Sunday deep fried flo wrapped camembert w/bacon & toasted cashews, w/apricot sauce 09 4127 127 firstname.lastname@example.org 3 matua road, huapai liquid centre chocolate pudding give Ady a call, she can make it happen restaurant & bar still missing MiSaDA STEAK & SEAFOOD? 12 Commercial Road, Helensville Ph 09 420 9989 Lunch: Wed - Sat 11.30-2pm / Dinner 7 night 4.30-till late Chef Max welcomes you to Curry Leaf Free Home Delivery min $35 local area Curry Leaf Indian Restaurant Dine In & Takeaway Kiran Cuisine NOW OPEN Fully licensed & BYO wine only OPEN 7 NIGHTS For Dine-In at Helensville 4 2 & Advertising F Dining entertainment IN BRIEF Museum entry There are free visits to MOTAT this month for Rodney residents. Just present vouchers from newspapers and letter boxes sent in the mail or available at libraries or by displaying your rates bill or proof of address on entry. ''We have something for every member of the family, whether it's mum or dad interested in the magnificent new Aviation Display Hall, or the kids who can't wait to jump into Voyager1 or explore the Tactile Dome,'' museum director Jeremy Hubbard says. On November 20, visitors can see the resident blacksmith at work, have mouth-watering fun with the lollymaker or take home a souvenir printed in the workshop. Visit www.motat.org.nz to see if your suburb is eligible for free entry until November 30. Kumeu Country Market this Sunday Country fare: More than 100 quality stalls in which to find a a great gift or a foodie treat. Family day out: There's plenty to do and enjoy in the kids' entertainment area. It s not long to go before the Christmas shopping rush begins, so why not start early and visit the next Kumeu Country Market on Sunday November 13? With more than 100 quality stalls, you are sure to find a gift for just about everyone from beautifully crafted jewel- lery, stylishly designed clothing, baby wear, unique toys, garden art and handcrafted home- wares to gourmet food, delicious chocolates and sweets, aromatic spices and so much more. Even if shopping isn t your thing, you can come along and listen to live music, let the kids play in the kids entertain- ment area and have a yummy lunch on the lawn. Or just stock up the larder with cheese, artisan breads, pickles, jams and fresh local pro- duce. Entry to the Kumeu Showgrounds is free and there s plenty of parking on the surrounding streets. If you choose to park on the Show- grounds you ll be asked for a $2 donation, with the proceeds going to local schools. The market also supports various chari- ties such as the Red Cross, Sea Sheppherd, The Riverhead Girl Guides and The Riverhead Scouts. So, come along and enjoy a wonderful family day out at the Kumeu Country Market. And if you can t make it to November s market, don t worry -- there ll be one more before Christmas on Sunday, December 18. See you there!
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