Kapi-Mana News : May 17th 2011
18 KAPI-MANA NEWS, MAY 17, 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT For more information visit www.pinkfloydexperience.co .nz TSB BANK ARENA, WELLINGTON SATURDAY 4th JUNE. BOOKINGS AT 0800 842538 PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY AN EPIC PRODUCTION UNEQUALLED IN SOUND, LIGHTING AND VISUAL EFFECTS! The Baker’s Half Dozen Bakedfreshtoday atBrumby’s Porirua! Deal 1: Loaf & twist Deal 4: Bruffin & juice Deal 2: Loaf & glen Deal 5: Pie & 600ml Coke Deal 3: Loaf & 2 finger buns Deal 6: Specialty loaf & 6 rolls Select from pane de casa, ciabatta, kalamata olive bread, provencale or champagne loaves. Sauce not included. 3730413 Brumby’s Porirua • MegaCentre Porirua City (next to the Warehouse) • PHONE 238 4492 Serving suggestion only. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Valid with white and wholemeal sandwich loaves only. Rolls to the value of $0.70 can be selected. Subject to availability. Products not available can be substituted for others of equal or lesser value.© 2011 The Coca-Cola Company. ‘Coca-Cola’, ’Coke’, the Dynamic Ribbon device and the ‘Grip&Go’ bottle are registered trademarks of The Coca-Cola Company. 3732161AA Canopy Connection Shop and win Promotion “Family Fun in the Sun, Get to the Gold Coast” OFFICIAL PROMOTIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. You are entitled to one entry in the “Shop and win Promotion” each time you make a purchase of $10.00 or more from a participating store. 2. You may enter the promotion as many times as you like but each entry must be stamped on an official entry form and dated and signed by the sales person in store. 3. To be in with a chance to win this major prize you must complete the form correctly and place it in the box provided. If all details are not com- pleted in full your entry will not be accepted. 4. Entry forms lost, stolen, mutilated, incomplete, and counterfeit or altered in any manner in whole or in part, means the entry will be considered void and will not be eligible for any prize. 5. Employees, agents, successors and assignees of Canopy Connection, their advertising agencies, are not eligible to participate or claim any prizes. Staff and their immediate family from participat- ing stores are not eligible to participate or claim any prizes. All prize winners will be required to sign a winner’s release and proof of purchase and identity is required in order to claim the prize won. 6. Participation in this promotion implies accept- ance of all the terms and conditions as outlined on this entry form. 7. Any winner under the age of 16 must be accom- panied by their legal parent or guardian. 8. Claims cannot be made in conjunction with any other offer. 9. As a condition of this promotion winners agree to their name and photograph being used for public- ity purposes. 10. The Shop and win “Family Fun in the Sun, Get to the Gold Coast” Promotion closes at 5pm 9th June 2011. Entries received after this date will be invalid. (Prize Drawn 13th June 2011) 11. Winners will be notified by telephone/mail and or radio announcement. If the winner cannot be contacted within 7 working days after the prize draw their claim shall lapse and the unclaimed prize will be redrawn from the remaining entries. 12. The prize package is subject to the availability of flights and accommodation at the time of book- ing. 13. All prize claims presented are subject to veri- fication by Canopy Connection (the promotion Organisers) whose decision is final and no cor- respondence will be entered into. 14. Prizes must be redeemed in the specified time frame/date or the prize will be void. In this case bookings must be made and confirmed by the 30th November 2011. 15. Personal information provided by all entrants on the entry form will be held by the organisers of this promotion and may be used for future promotions. 3736278AA AUTUMN EXHIBITION Mana Arts Society Centre (Turn off SH1 at roundabout by Palmers Gardenworld, follow our signs to the Park’n Ride car park) QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY WEEKEND OPEN DAILY 10am - 4 .30pm Saturday 4th June through to Mon 6th June ~ Enquires (04) 233 2014 ~ email@example.com Pomp, ceremony and loads of fun Proms night: Trust Porirua City Brass members, from left, Eloni Niu, Mary Holt, Kelvin Poris, Rachel Avison, Jane Holt and John Jones. Photo: MARK TANTRUM. Music lovers from around the Wellington region are set to enjoy a rousing night of singing and British nostalgia as The Last Night of the Proms concert comes to Porirua. Trust Porirua City Brass and a few special guests are gearing up to deliver a night of fun and audi- ence participation at Elim Christian Centre this Saturday night. The concert is based on the annual Last Night of the Proms held at London’s famous Royal Albert Hall, where the audience dresses up in British garb and sings along to British patriotic classics such as Land of Hope and Glory and Rule Britannia. Trust Porirua City Brass chair- man and band member Geoff Warren says the band is looking forward to bring- ing the concert back to a Porirua audience for the first time in five years. ‘‘The first half is more serious but the second half is just fun.’’ The band performed a suc- cessful proms con- cert on the Kapiti Coast last year but bringing it to Porirua would make it easier for people in Wel- lington to attend. Mr Warren says ‘‘proms packs’’ containing whistles and hooters will be sold for $2 on the night so audience members can join in with the music. ‘‘We’ve got all the old proms numbers including the 1812 Over- ture. ‘‘We haven’t done that for a couple of years. A lot of grunt goes into that one. ‘‘It’s always a good rousing number. Altogether it’s going to be a great night.’’ The band will include some members of its youth division. The youngest performer will be 11. The oldest member of the band is a 76-year-old cornet player. Performers from Porirua Little Theatre will come dressed and ready to sing in costumes from their show Alice in Wonderland. A barbershop quartet from Mana College will also be performing with the 36-piece band. Proceeds from the concert will go towards the band’s trip to the North Shore in July to compete at the National Brass Band Cham- pionships. In 2008 the band won the national B-grade title. The Elim Christian Centre in Heriot Drive has 400 seats but the venue could hold more than 500 people if ticket sales go well, Mr Warren says. ❚ All seats $18. Children under-12 can bring a cushion to sit up front and will get in for free. Tickets from Northern Music Works, 3 Kilkerran Place, Porirua or contact Geoff 04 477 4552 (Porirua/Tawa area) or Graham and Margaret 04 902 3622 (Kapiti/Coastal). Get your tastebuds all tuned up Wellington is set to become the country’s capital of cuisine as The Food Show returns with another assault on our tastebuds. Visitors to the show, which will run at Westpac Stadium from May 27 to 29, will be treated to more than 200 exhibitors offering foods and drinks to try and buy, and the chance to watch the Welling- ton Culinary Fare, where competitors complete a range of challenges and win the ‘‘Chef of the Capital’’ title. The show features celebrity chefs cooking live, including MasterChef New Zealand judges Simon Gault and Ray McVinnie, plus Ruth Pretty, Terry Lowe, Lauraine Jacobs, Nici Wickes, Julie Biuso, Annabelle White, Alison and Simon Holst, Claire Aldous, Richard Till, Sophie Gray, and Julie Le Clerc. ❚ Win tickets: Kapi-Mana News has two double passes for The Food Show Wellington to give away to readers. To be in to win, email firstname.lastname@example.org .nz or post to Kapi-Mana News, P O Box 50012, Porirua, with your daytime contact details and the answer to the follow- ing question: Masterchef con- testants recently had a crack at making ‘‘the chocolate tower of death’’ – what were the towers made to hold? Entries close May 23.
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