Wairarapa News : July 27th 2011
14 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JULY 27, 2011 ART & ENTERTAINMENT Digital Edition Now On-line! FREE It's easy to register and it's free at www.wairarapanews.co.nz Read the latest • complete edition of the Wairarapa News online Read past issues • online The best in local news information how ever you want to receive it 3908784AA Yes Winter Is Here! Wouldn't it be nice to jump into a Hot Spa? We have 30 models available including the Eco Spa @ $4,995 Running costs 50 cents a day and only 10 AMP Hot Point is required Pool builders since 1956 POOL CONSTRUCTION LTD OUTDOOR CENTRE POOLS - SPAS - SAUNAS High Street, Carterton Phone: 06 379 8658 Special! NEW SAUNA $3,500 3505550AJ WAIRARAPA COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION 2011 CLASSES 3894150AA WAIRARAPA COLLEGE ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES (Term 3) Exisiting Classes with places available for Term 3 Monday YOGA (6:30-8:00pm) $80 NZ SIGNED LANGUAGE (6:00-8:00pm) $40 SPANISH (Beginners) (6:00-7:30pm) $80 SPANISH (Continuing) (7:30-9:00pm) $80 Tuesday JEWELLERY (Contuing) (6:30-9:00pm) $120 NZ SIGNED LANGUAGE (Ctn) (6:30-9:00pm) $40 Wednesday YOGA (6:30-8:00pm) $80 TE REO (7:00-9:00pm) $40 NEW CLASSES THIS TERM MAKE YOUR OWN JEWELLERY (Beginners) (7:00pm - 9:00pm) Start Wednesday 3rd August $120 This is a class for the complete novice who would like to express their creative urges by making their own, unique costume jewellery. Materials used are copper, silver, gold and semi precious stones. This class will last 10 weeks.(Max class size 12 so be in quickly) KNOW YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA (7:00-9:00pm) Start Monday 1st August $40 This course explains all the features of your camera, that you didn t know had and show you how to get the best out of them. You will need to bring your camera with you. PICASSA 3 (7:00-9:00pm) Start Monday 8th August $40 Note the fee will be reduced to $30 if you also attend the camera course. Here you will nd out how to enhance, correct minor aws and best display what you have taken. You will receive a complementary disc of this program and learn how to utilize it. INDIAN COOKING 7:00-9:00pm Start Monday 29th August, 6 Weeks $10 0 This series of classes will give students the basics of Indian cooking. It will show that there is more involved than just curries. At the end of each night the products will be consumed and there may even be some to take home. There is a class max of 12 so be in quickly. Unless otherwise stated all classes are at Wairarapa College. For further details, go to www.waicolcomed.co.nz Or ring 06 370-0410 (Answerphone) WINTER SALE 40%-50% OFF EVERYTHING Fri&Sat10--4 Sun11--2 Mon11--3 91 Kuratawhiti St, Greytown Ph (06) 304 8582 3909417AA 3906722AA Glenwood Masonic Hospital 74 Upper Plain Road Masterton New Facility Beds Available Hospital and Rest Home Level Various Room Options For a free information pack Phone Jenny today 06 377 0221 ext 0 La De Da bigger and better Mouths to feed: About 12,500 people attended the La De La Festival in Martinborough last New Year's Eve. After a wildly successful inaugural La De La Festival in Martinborough last New Year s Eve the event is back and this time there are more opportunities for local people to get involved. Last year it was held at Alana Estate, which also took care of the catering for the 12,500 festival-goers. This New Year s Eve the event will be held at Dry River Road and organisers expect 15,000 people to attend. There will also be 8000 people camping onsite from December 30. Catering opportunities will be opened to local vendors so a wide var- iety of food is offered. Festival manager Kate Goddard says they want the food village to be a reflection of local flavours so they will have everything from boutique gourmet food stalls to hotdog and chip carts. We wanted to showcase the region s food and it would be awesome to support the region aswellsowewanttogetas many local vendors in before we go nationwide looking for vendors, she says. Vendors will be charged a fee based on size and facilities needed. We are looking for a wide range of vendors; everything from vegan, gluten-free and organic to pizzas and chips. We would love to have Wairarapa vendors at the festival. Tickets are selling well for this year s festival and organ- isers are excited about the line-up they have performing at the two-day event. Fat Freddy s Drop, Six60, Donavon Frankenreiter, Kora, State of Mind, Skism, Katcha- fire, Sola Rosa, The Upbeats, Blue King Brown, Iva Lan- kum, Dodge & Fuski, Eddie K and Conchord Dawn are all scheduled to play on Friday, December 30 and Saturday, December 31 at Daisybank Farm, Dry River Road, Martinborough. For more information or to register your interest please contact email@example.com.
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