Rodney Times : January 18th 2011
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January 22-23, Warkworth and Districts A and P Show, equestrian, livestock, woodchopping, highland dancing, sheep dog trials, dairy goats, indoor sections, children's classes. Contact Marjorie Blythen (09) 422-2052 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information. January 22, February 5 and 19, March 5 and 19, craft market and bazaar at the Orewa Community Centre is under new management with quality craft stalls, 9am-1pm. Stallholders welcome. Free entry and car park for public. Contact Annamaria on 0211-450-640, or email email@example.com. January 22, Whangateau Fun Day at the Whangateau Domain and Harbour. Take State Highway 1 to Warkworth, then the road to Leigh through Matakana and at the harbour coast look for Whangateau Hall and the domain on your right. Glass Bottom Boat rides $4, 8am-9.30am, bookings essential. Contact Margaret on (09) 422-9717 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Guided snorkelling (gear provided) 8am- 10am, displays in Whangateau Hall 8am- 3pm. A sausage sizzle lunch can be purchased or bring a picnic. Special presentations 1pm, book launch -- The Cockle Mystery by Ella Gerard; prizewinners Pomaderris hamiltonii competition; talks about the marine display by Dr Roger Grace and Chrissy Henley. Guided intertidal ramble around Horseshoe Island at 2pm. Visit www.whangateauharbour.org for information. January 23, Kumeu Country Market at the Kumeu Showgrounds, 10am-3pm. Inquiries, Courtney 0276-880-818. January 24, Combined Rodney Seniors day trip, $33, visiting Herb Haven for morning tea followed by a walk in the herb gardens. Lunch will be at the Botanical Gardens. Bring a picnic lunch, drinks provided. Then the group will visit Magna Mail. This trip is subject to numbers. Inquiries, Gillian (09) 424-5373. January 25, Coast Harriers and Triathlon Club Swim-Run Series third race of five, Stanmore Bay Beach. Registration 5.30pm-6pm, race starts 6.15pm. Different swim and run distances to cater for all levels. $5 adult, $2 child. Visit www.hibiscuscoasthtc.co.nz for information. January 28, Sounds of Summer: Kumara Tour at the Turiwiri Produce Packing Shed, Dargaville. From 6pm to 10pm, Dragon with Mark Williams and Herbs for one night only will entertain as part of a kumara festival. There will be food stalls and a cash bar, open for all ages, bring your own chair. Entry fee $30. January 28-31, Auckland Folk Festival, Kumeu Showgrounds. Features Steve Turner, Diane Ponzio, Appalachian Heaven, Emeralds and Greenstone, Too Far Gone, Sanders Alley Kahn, and more. Concerts, workshops, dances. Visit www.aucklandfolkfestival.co.nz for information. January 29, Hibiscus Rodders Beach Festival, Orewa beach, 8.30am breakfast at Orewa Youth Club, parade 10.30am. Family day out Orewa Reserve. Raising funds for Westpac Rescue Helicopter. Visit www.hibiscusrodders.co.nz for information. January 29, Thunder Cat Racing at Waipu Cove. Thundercat Racing 2011 series starts 11am. Reaching speeds of up to 80kmh on water and clearing four metres above the waves, this year's race season is set to thrill. Visit www.thundercat racing.co.nz for information. January 29, Classics at the Cove. Bream Bay welcomes a wide range of music including opera, musical theatre, jazz, blues, bluegrass, country rock at Tahamoana. Bring a picnic basket and relax for the afternoon from noon. Some food and refreshments available. Rain date January 30, tickets available from Waipu off-license or online, visit www.iticket.co.nz. Presales $20, gate sales $25, under-12s free. January 29, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer band at Te Wero Island, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland.Visit www.chugg entertainment.com. To register for the exclusive presale go to www.event finder.co.nz. January 30, Acoustic in the Park at The Stables Restaurant, Matakana Country Park on January 30, from 2-5pm. Headline acts are Jennifer Eirena, Richard Ingamells and Bryce Wastney, and John Bridgens will also be singing with Bryce. If the weather is wet the event will be indoors so arrive early for a seat. Visit www.jennifereirena.com for more information. January 31, The Hollies play at Ascension Wine Estate in Matakana. January 31, Dairy Flat Live Music Club Auckland Anniversary Day. Starting at 4pm to 8pm at the Dairy Flat Hall. Gold coin donation entry, bring a picnic. If it is a hot day bring some shelter. Barbecue will be available for public use. February 4, Dairy Flat Live Music Club hosts Indigo Blue. 8.15pm-11.30pm, Dairy Flat Hall. Entry $10, Dairy Flat Live and Auckland Blues Club members, $8. Licensed bar, light supper and coffee/tea provided. Contact email@example.com. February 4-5, More FM Winery Tour featuring Brooke Fraser, Opshop and Midnight Youth, Ascension Wine Estate, Matakana. Tickets via Ticketmaster or visit www.winerytour.co.nz. February 5, 135th Paparoa Show (North Kaipara A&P) at Paparoa Showgrounds. Calf & steers rides, calf club, shearing, side shows, lawn mower riding. Pleasure pony/horse riders' ring. Blue Note Trio. Talent quest for singers and musicians. Come and see wood chopping, miniature horses and driving ponies, show horses, western riding, show cattle, trade sites, bullock rides, agility dogs and Kaipara food. For schedules and more information go to www.paparoa.org.nz or phone (09) 431-6326 or (09) 431-7387. Visit www.paparoa.org.nz for more information. February 5, Waipu Market, 9am-1pm, first Saturday of every month, Coronation Hall. Stallholders welcome. Inquiries, Sue, 027-458-6144, or email toria firstname.lastname@example.org. February 5, Waitoki Market morning 8.30am to noon. Home-made baking, produce, plants, gifts, preserves, jams, crafts, BBQ sausages. For a stall phone (09) 420-5111. February 5-6, Bo Herbert Memorial Race in Kowharewa Bay, Tutukaka. Outrigger canoe and surfski long distance race. Visit www.wakaama.co.nz. February 6, Coatesville market,10am- 2pm, Coatesville Settlers Hall and reserve, NZ made stalls only, phone (09) 444-4636. February 6, 13, 20, 27, Mangawhai Beach and Country Market at the domain, 9am-1pm. Car boot sites available. Inquiries, Sue 0274-586-144, email email@example.com. February 7, 14, 21, 28, free Music Mondays at the HBC Youth Centre. Drop- in and jam from 3.30pm-6.30pm. Multiple instruments provided but bring your own if you like. Instrument donations from the community welcome. Contact Mirika on (09) 426-5005, HBC Youth Centre, 214d Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa. February 12, Orewa Beach Boulevard Festival & Market Day celebrate summer by the beach. 10am to 3pm, Orewa town centre, Orewa Beach Boulevard. Free family festival, live concert, quality craft and food stalls and amusement rides. www.orewabeach.co.nz for more info firstname.lastname@example.org. A Destination Orewa Beach promotion, major sponsors Auckland Council and Fulton Hogan Ltd. February 11 to 13, A garden of quilts. Exhibition of beautiful quilts by Ngaire Brooks plus Grandmothers Garden and Quilting Store. Devonshire teas and light lunch available. Centrestage Theatre. Exhibition proceeds to Centrestage Theatre Company. Bookings phone (09) 426-7282. February 13, The Topp Twins Summer Hoe-Down with the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, Ascension Wine Estate, Matakana. February 13, Warkworth market craft and produce, Wharf Rd, Riverside. Warkworth Lions Club. Phone John Fogley (09) 422-3067 or email email@example.com. February 19, Parakai Airfield Open Day and Fly-in. Helicopters, microlights, home built and general aviation aircraft on display. Caterer on site. Fun family day out. Free entry. Free parking. Open from 10.30am. No pets. For more information phone (09) 425-5887 or 0211-587-065. February 20, Carters Mangawhai Triathlon www.northlandtri.co.nz. Swim, cycle, run and kayak at Mangawhai. Adults -- swim 500m or kayak 1.5km, cycle 17km, run 5km. Children -- run 600m, swim 50m, run 550m (individual event only). February 22, Coast Harriers and Triathlon Club Swim-Run Series fourth race of five, Stanmore Bay Beach. Registration 5.30pm-6pm, race starts 6.15pm. Different swim and run distances to cater for all levels. $5 adult, $2 child. Visit www.hibiscuscoasthtc.co.nz for information. February 26, Helensville A and P Show, Helensville Showgrounds, Railway St, 9am-4.30pm. $10 adults, $5 children 5-15 years, $25 family pass. Free parking on Stewart St. February 26-27, Yulia's Classical Crossover Vineyards Tour, Ascension Wine Estate, Matakana. February 27, Centrestage Theatre Car Boot Sale, 7am-noon, Centrestage Theatre Carpark, 60 Centreway Rd, Orewa. $10 per car, $5 trestle hire, sellers and buyers welcome. Inquiries 0274-198-135. March 3 to 27, Reflections Members Exhibition at Estuary Arts Centre, Orewa. March 3, 4, 5, Northland Field Days at Dargaville, Kaipara. The Northland Field Days is a popular and significant regional event that has been held on the outskirts of Dargaville since 1985. This is a major event for the Northland region attracting around 25,000 visitors including over 550 exhibitors and their staff each year. Check out the Northland Toyota dog trials, Chelsea and her amazing dog stars, the Northland tractor pull and the incredible Ramsey Roundwood Lumberjack Show. Take a helicopter ride, Clydesdale and carriage ride, or indulge your tastebuds with exotic foods. Visit www.northlandfielddays.co.nz for more information. March 31 to April 3, Mangawhai Walking Weekend. A weekend of outstanding walking events in beautiful Mangawhai and the surrounding districts. Locals lead the walks and share their knowledge of the area, which enhances the whole experience. Topped off by a wine and food event on Saturday with delicious local wines and foods. Visit www. mangawhaiwalkingweekend.co.nz for information and tickets.
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