North Harbour News : August 26th 2011
5 NORTH HARBOUR NEWS, AUGUST 26, 2011 NEWS ENTERTAINMENT Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday 12pm-2pm Dinner: Wednesday - Saturday 6pm-8pm Sunday Buffet: 5.30pm-7.30 All members, their guests and affiliates always welcome EAST COAST BAYS R.S.A. 15 Bute Road, Browns Bay PHONE 478-8033 Medals Restaurant AUGUST Friday 26 Dancing with James & Shelley Saturday 27 The Custodians Sunday 28 North Harbour Swing Band 6-9pm Couple $18 Single $10 SEPTEMBER Friday 2 Rangi & Judy Band Saturday 3 Marion Burns & Southern Cross Band $5 Friday 9 Karaoke Saturday 10 DStarlights Band $5 Friday 16 Chaz & Paz Band Saturday 17 Creedence Clearwater Revival Show $20 Friday 23 Sakie Sakie Boer Danse $10 Single $15 Double Saturday 24 North Harbour Rockers $5 Sunday 25 North Harbour Swing Band 6-9pm Couple $18 Single $10 Friday 30 After Midnight Dance Band 3525499AM RESIDENTIAL & CARE OPTIONS FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN RETIREMENT Where will you live? Private home in the community? Retirement village? Pensioner flat? Rest home? Experienced professionals will discuss the pros and cons of various options, financing options, eligibility and legal issues involved in making housing choices in retirement. Saturday 3rd September 9am -- 1pm Tamaki Campus, University of Auckland Cnr Merton and Morrin Rds, Glen Innes (Entry through gate 1, Morrin Rd) Cost: $50 per person, $75 per couple Morning tea provided To register, visit our website: www.hopefoundation.org.nz or send a cheque to PO Box 87343 Meadowbank Auckland 1742 Whats On At... Tickets available from any Ticketmaster Outlet. In person from the BMC Box Offce. By phone on (09) 970 9700. Online at www.ticketmaster.co.nz. Ticketing fees will apply Mums & Kids Magical Story Time Mums & Kids Magical Story Time every Tuesdays & Fridays @ 10am during school ter m. Kids Tickets Just $5 / under 1s free with paying child. Our stories and characters change every week. Thanks to our Sponsors Next Page Please Takapuna & More FM. NZ Pan Pacifc Body Building Championships - 28th Augu st fr o m 12pm to 6pm This event will showcase the amazing amount of effort that has been put into developing and chiseling the human body. Tickets: Adults $40.00 Family (2 adults/2 Children) $80.00 Child: $5.00 (2-12 years). Royal NZ Navy Band - Monday 29th August 2011 Morning Melodies - Royal NZ Navy Band Perfor mance: 11am. Tickets: $4.00 Diabolo Dance - Ocean Heart Friday 23rd Sept @ 7. 30pm Diabolo Dance present - Ocean Heart Diabolo Dance Theatre began as a simple dream, back in 1986, a group of young diabolo artists came together to share their passion. Based on their technical skills and artistic creativity, they sought a new style of performance to take diabolo dance beyond imagination. Tickets: Stalls Rows G-N $24.99 Stalls Rows O-R $19.99 Grand Circle Row A-G $24.99 Grand Circle Row H-K $19.99 Pam Ayres Now on Sale one Auckland Show Only - Wednesday 02nd November 2011 A Fun Filled Evening with Pam Ayres. Pam returns to NZ with her latest show, it coincides with her publication of her autobiography, The Necessary Aptitude. Tickets: $69 Adults $59 Seniors/ Groups 8+/Students with I.D & Children 12 years and under. Buy your ticket to Pam Ayres before 31st August to go in the draw to meet Pam Ayres in person after the show. Tickets through ticketmaster Ph: 970 9700 3851108AV High honour for Rotarian High honour: Doug Tooby, left, receives his honorary membership certificate for 47 years of Rotary service from Orewa Rotary president Nigel Rigg. Doug Tooby of Red Beach turned 90 in March and has received honorary membership of the Rotary Club of Orewa. The honour is for his 47 years of service to Rotary. Honorary membership is an exclusive distinction for meri- torious service in the further- ance of Rotary ideals and for permanent support of Rotary s cause. It is one of the highest distinctions a club can bestow. Mr Tooby joined Kaikohe Rotary on March 24, 1964, and was a member until 1979. He was a past president and served on many committees. In 1979 he joined the Rotary Club of Orewa and continued serving on many committees and sup- porting Rotary projects. Ill health in recent years has stopped him attending meet- ings. But during the past seven years he sent birthday cards to members wives and partners. Mr Tooby taught in schools around Wellington and in 1961 moved to Kaikohe where he was headmaster of the Kaikohe East Primary School and then Kai- kohe Intermediate School. He was instrumental in building the first marae on a school ground in Kaikohe and was awarded the distinction of honorary rangitira complete with his own tokotoko stick for speaking on the marae. During World War Two he served in the Pacific and around the world on the hospital ship HMS Maunganui, retrieving prisoners of war from Singa- pore, Hong Kong and the Philippines. Mr Tooby excelled in sports and was passionate about rugby, tennis and hockey. Call Doug Parker on (09) 427- 0456 or email daandegparker @gmail.com for information on Rotary. Chance for women to get a style makeover Stylist Lisa O Neill will be in Orewa on Monday to inspire women to sort their wardrobes. Farmers and fashion-stylist Lisa are teaming up with Plunket to help women identify their body shapes and get rid of that I have nothing to wear feeling. Lisa wants to help women to figure out what to wear for their body shape, how to wear it and how to best utilise their wardrobes. Lisa is travelling throughout New Zealand with her What a woman wants -- learn what to wear and how to wear it event. It s at the Orewa Arts and Events Centre, Orewa College, Riverside Rd. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets $30 from BNZ in Orewa and Whangaparaoa.
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