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Dine on the region's fnest cuisine in a magical
seaside setting, whilst sipping award-winning
Hawke's Bay wine from CJ Pask Winery. Now in
its 12th year, this unique outdoor event will seat
800 guests at a table that stretches for over 200
Price includes some wine and a sumptuous three-course
meal created by high profle, professional caterers, Dish.
Dynamic band Stolen Records will provide the primary
Sunday 4th March 2012
1pm - $100 per person
Marine Parade Gardens
For tickets phone (06) 834 3917
for movie times & information
CALL MOVIE HOT LINE
or hit the web www.readingcinemas.co.nz
On 831 0600
At Barnardos KidStart we understand that your child
needs a warm, happy environment in which they can
grow their imagination and explore new ideas.
Our trained KidStart educators provide home based care
and education for children aged from birth to five years.
• Book early for next year
• Limited spaces available
• Discounts available
To find out more, call 06 8344642
or visit www.barnardos.org.nz.
42 Carlyle St, Napier • Ph: (06) 834 1150
E: firstname.lastname@example.org • w ww.jathams.co.nz
(fabrics not included)
140 Tennyson St, Napier • Phone 06 835 7772
ANTIQUES - CURIOS
THURSDAY 15TH DECEMBER
Furniture, China, Art, Jewellery, Toys,
Glass, Crystal, Metalwares, Rugs, Clocks,
Silver, Stamps, Tools, Books etc..
Viewing Wednesday 14th December
and Thursday 15th December
Tour headliners: The John Butler Trio.
Fresh trio lineup
Headlining the 2012 More FM Sum-
mer Vineyard Tour gives the John
Butler Trio a chance to showcase
songs from their latest album April
The concert, on February 3 at
Sileni Estates, will give the audience
a chance to hear the band's new
lineup and, whether you are an old
fan or hearing the band's music for
the first time, the opportunity to con-
nect with songs old and new.
The announcement of a new JBT,
with Nicky Bomba on drums and
Byron Luiters on bass, was a sur-
prise for those who were turned on to
Butler's music through his globally
successful Grand National album of
For music lovers who have known
him longer -- maybe since his 1998
multi-platinum debut Three and
Sunrise Over Sea -- renewal and rev-
olution has always been constant,
both in his band and his music.
Between the epic opening track
Revolution, to the whispered acoustic
coda of A Star is Born (dedicated to
John's son), April Uprising is an
album that combines the personal,
the political and the musically mem-
orable with skill and passion.
It's interesting to see a band come
together and the first thing they do
is create and produce together,'' But-
We came in as three producers,
three writers, three players. We
went into the laboratory to produce
the best thing we could -- and here
we are. What an interesting way to
start a relationship.
Personally, I think we've created
something very special that will
stand the test of time. It's my best
work to date.''
He acknowledges work ahead in
learning all four albums.
There is by no means any com-
placency but the chemistry is so
there that I won't be surprised if it's
all very fun and easy.''
The John Butler Trio will be joined
by Aloe Blacc, Annabel Fay and Tiki
Taane. Tickets through Ticketek.
Ladies Night with Scanpan, Mitre 10 Mega, Napier. $10, 6.30-8pm.
Dead Heroes' Night, come and play a song by a dead person! $50
bar tab for best performance, The Cabana, doors open 8pm.
Caring for Carers Support Meeting, All Saints Church Taradale, 10am-
Kevin Cruickshank presents Soul Food, Napier War Memorial
Conference Centre, 7-9.30pm, R18.
Stolen Records, Soda Cafe, Restaurant and Bar, 7.30-11pm.
Festival of Lights, 9-11pm, Hastings' A&P Showgrounds, daily until
Shakespeare Dub Syndicate, $5, The Cabana, doors open 8pm.
Jazz 'n' Blues Xmas Special, The Cabana, from 2pm.
Santa Visit at Santa Base, Ocean Boulevard Mall, 1-3pm and every
day until Saturday, December 24.
Christmas in Cornwall Park, 3-9pm, Cornwall Park, Tomoana Rd,
Creative Napier Summer Series, Denise Keenlan and friends at
Christmas Carols at Farndon House, 108 Main Rd Clive. Music by the
Hastings Salvation Army Band. Starts at 7pm.
Beach House ''Meet the Makers'', beachhouse.co.nz.
Opti Worlds NZ, Napier Sailing Club, runs until January 9,
Midnight Youth, World Comes Calling Summer Tour, Sideline Bar,
8pm. $35, tickets at 0800 111 999.
Store with cause
Book Lounge has opened in Ahuriri, selling new
and preloved books for people of all ages, with
some of the profit going to the Child Cancer
The brainchild of Toni Thomas, the mum of a
young son recovering from leukaemia, the Book
Lounge has pledged to donate seven per cent of its
gross turnover to this worthy foundation.
There was an empty unit in Ahuriri close to my
office, and the idea of a book shop just popped into
my head as another way to help the Child Cancer
Foundation,'' Ms Thomas, whose young son is
recovering from leukaemia, said.
Books have always been one of my passions
from a very young age.''
Book Lounge, in Bridge St, deals in both new
and preloved books for adults and children.
The Book Lounge is next door to the Ahuriri
Pharmacy in Bridge St, and is open seven days.
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