Kapi-Mana News : January 24th 2012
28 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JANUARY 24, 2012 NEWS Tawa - Pukerua Bay Villa Real Estate Ltd - Licensed REAA 2008 Villa proud to be a charity partner of ® Your Local Experienced Property Management Team From Tawa to Pukerua Bay Rentals and Property Management since 1992 Madeleine van Rooyen Simone Pauletic Michele Pigou Anne Corbett Lynette Anquetil Contact: 237 3419 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.villarentals.co.nz THE LOWDOWN UP-TO-DATE LISTINGS FOR LOCAL EVENTS AND SHOWS. WANT YOUR EVENT ADDED? Email: email@example.com. For the full lowdown: kapimana news.co.nz On today ITI BITY - Toys From the Pataka Collection. More than 1000 minia- ture toy figures, from cowboys, knights, soldiers and Samurai to roy- alty and politicians. Suitable for chil- dren with plenty of activities. Until February 12. JUBILEE/HAPU, Exhibition celebrating 25 years of Whitireia Polytechnic's art department with a small selection of work by past students. At Pataka until February 6. SAMOA & GERMANY, Exhibition investigating impact of the historical relationship between Germany and Samoa between 1900 and 1914 and its lasting legacy. At Pataka until February 19. SIAMANI SAMOA, Michel Tuffery's new suite of paintings, sculpture and multimedia installation. Evokes the depth and texture of the story of Germany's brief history in Samoa. Until February 19. GRAHAME SYDNEY, Down South -- Recent Paintings. One of New Zealand's major artists, Sydney is best known for his luminous, tran- scendent paintings of Central Otago. At Pataka until February 6. Saturday, January 28 EAT, DRINK & BE CRAFTY, Quality crafts and gourmet grub make for an enjoyable day at Battle Hill Farm For- est Park. Plenty of fun, old fashioned activities from gumboot throwing to sack races. 150 stalls expected. There is still space available for bud- ding craft people to display their wares. Contact. info@eatdrink crafty.co.nz Sunday, January 29 THE REAL CANNONS CREEK, Visit the Creek, not the suburb! Bring the kids to have fun in the bush and stream while the Friends of Maara Roa show you round the history of human impact on Cannons Creek Valley. This is a guided walk for adults and teens with special activity for the young fry as well. It's free, an easy walk, dress for the weather and wear sturdy walking shoes. Bring a snack and a drink. Meet at 9.30am, Belmont Regional Park entrance by Cannons Creek shops, Warspite Avenue. Walk finishes by noon. Either email book firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 830 4041. DANCE PLUS, Free 'have a go' classes are being held at Pataka's Performing Arts Studio by Deborah Hale. Phone 235 7441 or email email@example.com. Monday, February 6 FESTIVAL OF THE ELEMENTS, Arts, crafts, entertainment, food and fun at Te Te Rauparaha Park. A cele- bration of Porirua's cultural diversity and Waitangi Day. Saturday, February 25 RELAY FOR LIFE, Te Rauparaha Park, from 4pm. Walk strong or run to raise cancer awareness and cel- ebrate survivors. To register a team visit relayforlife.org.nz Tuesday, February 28 FESTIVAL, Ranui Community Twi- light Festival, food and entertain- ment, Mungavin Park from 4pm till 7pm. Thursday, March 8 THE BAREFOOT DIVAS, Walk A Mile In My Shoes, Whirimako Black, Emma Donovan, Merenia, Ngaire and Maisey Rika are the Barefoot Divas -- five proud indigenous women of diverse cultural backgrounds and exceptional vocal talent. Accompanied by their inter- national band, the Australian and New Zealand ensemble combines reggae, roots, R&B and Latin- infused music with stories of struggle and scandal from their lives on the road and in the studio. 8pm, Pataka. Tickets $36/$15 from Tick- etek. Tuesday, March 13 JAMES HILL, Canadian ukulele maestro Hill is joined by cellist and singer Anne Davison for a perform- ance of creativity and unpredictable fun. Arguably the best player on the planet, Hill's unusual techniques, humour and virtuosity have seen him build a global base of fans. 8pm, Pataka, $36/$15 from Ticketek. Saturday, March 31 to Sunday, April 1 BOOK FAIR, Rotary Club of Plim- merton, Kennel Club, Prosser St.
January 17th 2012
January 31st 2012