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NAPIER MAIL, NOVEMBER 16, 2011
Saturday November 2
9am -- 2pm
Petane Domain, Bay View
Santa will be there walking about
to say hello to the children
between 12noon -- 1pm
Come and do your
Christmas shopping in one day.
A coin donation appreciated. Proceeds to the
upgrade of the Eskdale School Hall.
Run by Eskdale PTA
LOADS OF POPULAR STALLS
Friday 18th Nov - Sunday 11 Dec.
Cnr Waghorne & Bridge Sts, Ahuriri Ph 835 4773
Tues-Sat 10am to 4pm Sun 11am to 4pm Monday Closed
Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining!
Sugar-white sandy beaches, swaying
palms trees and burnt-orange sunsets, yes,
there is definitely light at the end of the
And for Malcolm and Gill Ellis of Napier this
is their reality of winning a luxury getaway
valued at more than $3,000, to Fiji with
Spicers and the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa.
This is all possible as Malcolm and Gill are
clients of Spicers Napier and entered a
quarterly competition in The Spicers
Adviser magazine, by answering the simple
question: What is the familiar Fijian term
If you wish to have a clearer financial
picture and potentially a better plan for your
future and investments, please take
advantage of our no-obligation consultation
with one of our Napier Advisers. Please
contact Marc Nel or Shaun Brown on
06 843 8300
for movie times & information
CALL MOVIE HOT LINE
or hit the web www.readingcinemas.co.nz
On 831 0600
Champion choir to visit
Uplifting: Voices of Aotearoa.
Fresh from the World Choral Symposium
in Patagonia, Voices New Zealand
Chamber Choir will perform Voices of
Aotearoa in Napier on Sunday November
20, in the final concert of Chamber Music
New Zealand's 2011 Kaleidoscopes''
Led by artistic director Dr Karen
Grylls, Voices New Zealand Chamber
Choir is New Zealand's first nationally-
selected chamber choir.
It has quickly established a reputation
for international excellence, including
winning gold and silver awards at the
Tolosa International Choral Competition
Last August the 16-member choir rep-
resented New Zealand at the World
Choral Symposium in Patagonia where it
performed Voices of Aotearoa .
Divided into four segments --- Voices of
Saints and Angels, Voices of Fire, Voices
of the Earth and Sea and Voices of
Nature --- the concert begins with the
spine-tingling call of a conch shell, the
strains of Hildegard von Bingen and
medieval organum intertwined with tra-
ditional Maori, Samoan and Taiwanese
Voices of New Zealand Chamber Choir
Voices of Aotearoa at St John's Cathedral
on Sunday November 20 at 5pm. Tickets
through TicketDirect. This concert is also a
fundraiser for an organ restoration project
at St John's, with a portion of ticket sales
going to the restoration.
The Checks with guests Golden Curtain, The Cabana,
doors open 8pm.
Horusset plus guests, the Cabana, doors open 8pm.
Cinders in the 60s, Napier Operatic School production,
7pm, tickets adults $12, children2--16$10. Also Nov
19, 2pm and 7pm, Nov 20 2pm. Tickets from
Heath Franklin's Chopper, HB Opera House 7.30pm.
Peak Trail Blazer 2011, 8am-12pm, Te Mata Peak and
Tainui Reserve, HN. For details email firstname.lastname@example.org
Taikura Fete, 10am-3pm, Taikura Rudolf Steiner School,
505 Nelson St North, Hastings. taikurafete.co.nz
The Mouse Trap Auditions, 1pm-6pm, Little Theatre,
McGrath St, Napier. For an audition appointment and
script, phone Anne 843 9197 or BARRK@xtra.co.nz
Heritage Roses -- Celebrating Roses, Di Durston talk on
tea roses, 4pm, enjoy a picnic in the gardens of Duart
House followed by a
talk by Doug Grant
on breeding roses
pumpkins. $12 incl.
Georgina 870 9905.
Artist captures area's beauty
Waipatiki in the distance
By CAROLYN VEEN
Napier artist Nicholas Hayter is holding
his first solo exhibition at the Red Peach
Gallery in Ahuriri, from Friday.
Art has been a constant part of Hay-
ter's life from an early age.
Having an artist father and being sur-
rounded by paintings growing up, it was
a natural progression to draw and paint,''
Living in Hawke's Bay there is no lack
of inspiration, and the region's amazing
landscape is ideal for the broad
impressionist style that Hayter enjoys.
In his rendition of the hills with
Waipatiki Beach in the distance,
(pictured) the lighting is magnificent.
Here, the early morning sun peeps over
the hills and casts a lime green tinge
across the tips of the ridges, trees and the
immediate high ground, while enticing
the eye to follow the rectangular blocks of
lime, like stepping stones, towards the
ocean in distance.
Whether it's painting the colourful
boats in the harbour or capturing the
sunset of a nearby beach on canvas, his
individual style and application of oil is
intended to connect the viewer to the
beauty of creation that surrounds us.
In all, 30 paintings are being exhibited,
and every brushstroke appears to be
applied with natural ease, confidence and
precision, whether the subject is a sea-
scape, landscape, cityscape or still life.
His paintings have sold nationally and
ally. One of
of the Bay is under the spotlight at the
Red Peach Gallery in Ahuririuntil
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