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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday February 19 2015
www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, February 19, 2015 --- 17 Phone 537 2099 Open 7 nights for Dinner esday to Sunday for Lunch W HAVE OUR FULL LICENCE CK, INCLUDING BYOW years in business! 127343 Cnr Aviemore Dr & Pakuranga Highway Advertising designed by Creativeheads Ltd -- email@example.com > Military re-enactments > New Zealand Armed Constabulary/ 65th Regiment > Scottish Pipers > Celts and Norsemen > Scottish Dancers > Pipe & Brass Bands > Highland Games > Strongman Events > Highland Dances > Craft Stalls / Food Stalls > Smokin Bandits > Medieval re-enactment > All Star Cheerleaders > Clan Celtica Sharonstewart@xtra.co.nz -- 021 282 1144 Pakuranga 127952 Children's Day St Columba Presbyterian Church, 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany March 1, from 2-4pm EAST Auckland families are invited to celebrate Children's Day at St Columba Presbyterian Church in Botany next month. The day features entertainment including puppet shows, bouncy castles, face-painting, a colouring competition, spot prizes, refreshments and more. It promises to be a fun event for parents and children of all ages and is staged to raise money for the Howick and Pakuranga Toy Library. Entry costs $2. Billboard art Te Tuhi, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga From March 7 to July 12 ARTIST Bryn Roberts is the latest creative expert to transform the large public billboards opposite Te Tuhi public art gallery in Pakuranga's Reeves Road. For his triptych artwork, entitled Why Can't We Eat the Sun?, he creates images advertising "assorted whole foods laden with the visual language of health food marketing". Because the billboards do not depict commercial branding or an obvious agenda, the imagery "aestheticises nourishment while resisting the corporatisation of lifestyle trends". Viewing the art billboards is free. Military tattoo Lloyd Elsmore Park, Pakuranga Sunday, from 10am THE Howick Lions in the Park and Military Tattoo gets under way in Pakuranga's Lloyd Elsmore Park at 10am this Sunday. It features music performances from Clan Celtica and The Smokin' Bandits, Scottish Highland Games and strongman contests, military re-enactments, the singing Eno Sisters and more. The annual community celebration is organised by Howick councillor Sharon Stewart with assistance from the Lions Club of Howick and sponsored by organisations and businesses including Times Newspapers. Entry is free. Music concert Ormiston Senior College, 275 Ormiston Road, Flat Bush March 8, at 3pm THE award-winning Manukau Concert Band (MCB) kicks o its 2015 performance calendar with a public music showcase in Flat Bush. It's entitled The Sounds of Summer and is the band's rst concert conducted by its new musical director, Tom Chester. Chester plays French horn for the Royal New Zealand Navy Band and brings a wealth of musical knowledge to his new role with the MCB. Tickets are available at the door. Bingo night Celsius Bar, 120 Ormiston Road, Flat Bush March 23, from 7.30-9.30pm THE Life Education Trust hosts a fun and entertaining fundraising evening of Bitchin' Bingo to be hosted by 'Mistress Viv'. Players are invited to take along their friends for a hilarious night full of laughter and great prizes. The trust is a non- pro t organisation that focuses on teaching more than 200,000 primary and intermediate school children each year how to achieve their full potential. Tickets cost $20. WHAT'S ON Manukau Concert Band members, from left, Anita Austin, Anthony Derrick, Christine Gedye and Joanna Khoo. Times file photo Chris Harrowell Award-winning wines and artisan food, topped with some of the country's best musicians made the Annual Clevedon Jazz, Wine and Food Festival hosted by Clevedon Lion's Club on Sunday, February 15, a heady success. ENTERTAINMENT Jazz, wine and food Times photos Janet Keeling 53453 H. R. FISKEN AND SONS LTD STOCKFOOD -- SADDLERY FRANKLIN A&P SHOW Tel 09 238 8773 www.pukekoheshowgrounds.co.nz Saturday & Sunday 21 & 22 February 2015 PUKEKOHE SHOWGROUNDS Station Rd, Pukekohe 9am-4pm each day Free Parking Alpacas, Donkeys, Sheep, Goats, Horses & Ponies, Vintage Machinery, Dairy & Beef Animals, Farmyard Shearing, Wood Chopping, Food, Food & Food, Family Entertainment, Fairground Rides, Trade Sites & Craft Sites, Counties' Strongest Man, Sheep Racing, Lots of Competitions.
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