Nor West News : March 22nd 2012
www.nor-westnews.co.nz 15 NOR-WEST NEWS, MARCH 22, 2012 4 2 & Advertising F Dining entertainment 4471045AA SPECIAL OFFERS LUNCH (for Senior Citizens Only) FREE TEA with a meal DINNER (every Mon, Tues, Wed) FREE glass of house WINE when you order 2 main dishes LUNCH: Mon to Sat, 11--2pm DINNER: 7 days, 5--10pm email@example.com www.goldensilkthai.com Kumeu Village Ph 412 2454 CONGRATULATIONS AUCKLAND! THANK YOU for supporting these great charities PORTS OF AUCKLAND ROUND THE BAYS SUNDAY 18TH MARCH 2012 0800 TOTALSPAN 4194183AF FOODHALL INTERNATIONAL FOODS THAI CUISINE, INDIAN CUISINE, FISH & CHIPS, KEBABS, MALAYSIAN & INDONESIAN CUISINE, CHINESE CUISINE ALL CUISINES 100% HALAL -- NO MSG AND ALWAYS FRESH!! PHONE ORDER AND FREE DELIVERY OVER $39 WITHIN 4 KMS RADIUS PH: 833 3372 WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTRE firstname.lastname@example.org OPEN 7 DAYS 10.30AM-9.30PM Sculptors in fundraiser Coat Hanger: Waitoki sculptor Richard Sparke's piece reflects the Auckland Harbour Bridge at the Harbourview sculpture trail. Sad reminder: Donna Sarten's 1344 Kiwis art work relates to child abuse in New Zealand. A number of nor-west artists have work in an inaugural sculpture trail fundraising for Hospice West Auckland. The exhibition is at Harbourview Walkway on Te Atatu Peninsula until March 25 from 10am to 6pm daily. It is organised by Te Atatu Business Associ- ation with support from Auckland Council and curated by Sally Lush from Makarau, north of Kaukapakapa. Among the 35 artists are Waitoki sculptor Richard Sparke and Whenuapai residents Bernie Harfleet and Donna Sarten. Richard's 5-metre long, steel and wooden interpretation of the Auckland Harbour Bridge is a sentimental standout. Donna's 1344 Red Kiwis work investigates various contemporary power relations includ- ing psychological, social and geo-political. Harbourview Walkway is on Te Atatu Rd with the entrance to the right at the first roundabout. Visit harbourview sculpture.com. Arts camp for youth Young people are invited to register for an arts camp hosted by Te Awaroa Youth Club in Helensville. Those aged 11 to 17 will learn skills in aero- sol art, painting on can- vas, collage, sculpting and take part in design, music and dance. The event is at 10 Awaroa Rd, April 17 to 20. Participants will be fed healthy meals and sleep in dorm beds. The cost is subsidised by the Creative Com- munities Scheme. Call Heidi Van Duyn on 09 420 7977 or email manager@teawaroa youthclub.co.nz.
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