Wairarapa News : January 23rd 2013
8 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JANUARY 23, 2013 ART & ENTERTAINMENT Contact Jacqui and the team today. Put your hand up, keep it local and we will make it happen. When the time comes to register for your annual conference, think local and the team at the Copthorne Solway Park will back you all the way. We have a dedicated team ready to help you pitch and win your next conference. Phone: 06 370 0500. email: email@example.com www.solway.co.nz 4410887BS This week highlighted programme Carterton Connections Thursday in Featherston 10.30 Adult Learning. 1.30 Spaetzle Radio. 2.30 Move With Ease. 8.00 ReCooper8. 9.30 Pick and Mix, doco of the week. Friday 8.30 Random Access Memory. 9.30 Carterton Connections. 1.00 WINGS -- Let's Cut Our Carbon. 6.00 WaiYouth (R). 7.00 Friday Night Blues. 8.00 Sixties Nostalgia. Saturday 1.00 WINGS (R). 2.00 Paakiwaha. 5.00 Democracy Now. 8.00 The Burton Trent Country Music Show. Sunday . 2.00am AA On Air (R). 6.00 Pasefika. 7.00 Melting Moments. Monday 8.30 Canal Español. 10.00 Like Minds, Like Mine. 3.30 The Chris P Hour. 8.00 Slice Of Live. 9.00 Democracy Now. Tuesday 10.00 C.A.B. talk. 12.00 Country Luncheon. 3.30 WaiYouth. 8.00 Pasefika (R). 9.00 This Way Out. 10.00 Melting Moments (R). Wednesday 11.15 Born To Be Free. 12.30 Radio Rainbow. 1.00 Kids Own Show. 2.00 Wheels On Fire. 8.00 Slice of Toast. 9.00 Democracy Now What's On 23rd January -- 29th January Community Access Radio 92 Queen Street Masterton Ph: (06) 378 0255 Full programme details at www.arrowfm.co.nz lpr mm rogram Fl me Sponsored by Carterton District Council 4465935AW Gladstone Rd, Carterton 06 379 8563 Gladstone Vineyard Café EVERY FRIDAY OVER THE SUMMER KIDS DINE FREE (Limited to 1 meal per child-food only) Open Friday-Sunday 11am - 3pm 4465935AW 4840882AA What'sOn? 5119409AA CELTICSTAR Tarot & Rune Readings Live. Find out what the future holds Ph 0900 50 800 18 years or over. Calls cost $2.98+GST per min. Law States Entertainment only. Time: 9.00am - 9.00pm Not Tues & Thur Evening Phone: (04) 297-0967 4545117AA Like us on Show home opens doors The special show home built by UCOL with the help of Mitre 10 Mega will be on show just before being moved to its new location on Walnut Lane in Carterton. The show home will be at the UCOL site opposite Metlife Village on Chapel St in Masterton on Saturday and Sunday, January 26 and 27, from 10am till 2pm. The UCOL summer sizzle Come along to UCOL Wairarapa's Masterton campus this Friday from 11.30am and chat with lecturers and staff about programmes in 2013 and beyond. There will be a sausage sizzle and a chance for you to have a look around the house UCOL carpentry students built before it is transported to Carterton. Mihirangi album launch Somebody Shake the Tree Album Tour at the Horseshoe Restaurant and Bar is on Saturday, January 26 , from 8pm. Tickets are available from the venue before and on night. Bonanza garage sale The Tranzit Coachlines Relay for Life Fundraiser is on Saturday, January 26, at 10am. A massive garage sale on the day will include items from household to offices, toys, books, clothes, you imagine it, it might be there. Remember one man's trash is another's treasure. Food galore will be available from Greek, Fijian, Kiwi barbecue and much more. Entertainment includes a children's ferris wheel, clown and juggling. Tranzit Coachlines in Masterton. Rotary Martinborough Fair The Martinborough Fair is held in the picturesque Martinborough Square on Saturday, February 2, from 8am. This iconic fair, reportedly the largest in Australasia, comprises more than 480 stalls selling artwork, crafts, clothing, food and other quality products. Free entry to the public. The fair is always held on the first Saturday of both February and March of each year. Enjoy songs from shows Spotlight on Stage is the first offering for 2013 in the national Daytime Concert Series, presented by Operatunity Entertainment Ltd. The West End in London and Broadway in New York are places where the very best stage shows have always premiered. Operatunity Entertainment Ltd will take you there with their dazzling show Spotlight on Stage, featuring famous tunes from clas- sics such as The Impossible Dream, Maria, Day by Day from Godspell, I won't send Roses, I sit in the sun from Salad Days, plus medleys from Oklahoma and Mary Poppins to songs from modern classics such as Jesus Christ Superstar, Miss Saigon, Beauty and the Beast, Starlight Express and Tell me on a Sunday. Operatunity director John Cameron leads a stellar cast of artists with singers Rory Nolan, Caroline Everitt and Bianca Andrew. Four new artists debut in this new season of daytime concerts including Hawkes Bay pianist Paul Carnegie-Jones accompanying, mezzo Bianca Andrew, a Freemasons Dame Malvina Major Emerging Artist with the NBR NZ Opera for 2012/13 and one of New Zealand s finest up and coming singers, soprano Caroline Everitt. Take a bit of time off from the summer and the beach and come and join us. This show is very suitable for children and grand- children so feel free to bring them along as well and celebrate some of our finest New Zealand music theatre talent with a great selection of show songs, John Cameron says. Spotlight on Stage: Friday, February 8 at 11am, Masterton Town Hall. Tickets are $30 including lunch, with discounts for groups and regular bookings. For bookings, or to request a free brochure: 0508 266 237 (toll- free) or www.operatunity.co.nz.
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