Gold Medal and Shirley Peverill Trophy winner for Photojournalism at the New Zealand Photographic Societies NATEX awards. “The Supporters” This couple are probably the most ardent Labour Party supporters in NZ. They have agreed to let me sell this image to raise funds for. The International Children’s Literature Quiz Final New Zealand competing against teams from Canada, South Africa and England. Hosted by Southwell School in Hamilton July 2011. Printed and framed by Hot Shots to Go, Duke Street Cambridge. Kodak archival fine art semi matt 290gsm. Epson pro 7870. Size 630mm x 510mm
Calling all wine drinkers, it’s time to play a game! Organise a party of six, give your team a name and dress up accordingly. It’s competition time. Are you the best dressed? Do you know your wine? And are you ready for an evening of magic? You will be part of the famous “WINE OPTIONS GAME” that has been around since the early eighties. It’s fun and it is easy, and anyone who likes drinking wine can play. This uproarious blind tasting game allows novices as much chance of winning as seasoned wine drinkers. This is an evening where you will taste superb wines from The Cambridge Fine Wine Company .. there will be platters of nibbles from Rouge Cafe & Wine Bar and divine music from the old grand piano…
When: Sunday 1st May, 5pm
Where: St Andrews Parish Hall
Tickets: R18 $35 per person from The Cambridge Fine Wine Company and Rouge
For details Carey McLaughlin 021 294 3353 or Phillip Coles 021 432 767. From 8AM – 8PM St Patrick’s Day 17th of March 2011, St Andrews Church, Cambridge New Zealand. Pull a bell and make your own peal for a donation to the Christchurch Cathedral or sponsor a peal from the St Andrew’s Bellringers.
Photograph: Phillip Cole St Andrew’s Church 23/2/2011
Alone on Christmas Day? Want Company? Cambridge Community Marae is hosting a Family Christmas Lunch ALL WELCOME! Arrive at 12PM on the corner of Bracken and Pope Terrace Leamington Come and join us for a feast of fun, food and fellowship Contact Vinnie Simmonds 7 827 1085, 27 462 4437, Sophie Tipene 7 827 3795, Kiri Grey 7 827 5546 BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL! PLEASE RSVP by Monday the 20th of December :: contributions welcome – bring your own non-alcoholic drinks
Construction of Monavale Homestead, home these days to Capernwray New Zealand, was completed in 1910 and in this year, 2010, 100th birthday celebrations are being held from Saturday the 13th of November 2010 through to Sunday 21st November 2010. You can find out the history of this lovely building and plans for the centenary celebrations here.
“To mark this milestone, a series of events and activities is currently being planned for the week of Saturday 13th – Sunday 21st November. Within the celebration week two public events have been scheduled for Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st.”
Travel back in time to France, as four unlikely comrades find themselves holed up in no man’s land in a quest to survive the ravages of World War One. Language barriers are the least of their worries in Jarod Rawiri’s directorial debut of the NZ premiere of Te Arawua (The Trench).
Tomorrow evening Saturday the 13th of November 2010 at 7:30pm and again on Sunday evening the 14th of November 2010 at 7:30pm Gaslight Theatre Cambridge, New Zealand. Actually it would appear there are more performances than this during the weekend. Check out the Facebook event listing and or Wright’s Bookshop +64 7 827 4360 for tickets and times.
Classic Cars Cruise Night, hosted by the Stragglers monthly, meet tonight in Victoria Street starting at 6pm, with the cars arriving a little before then – central Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand. Each month the number of cars changes – so there could be anywhere from 30 to 60 or more classic cars – everyone is invited to come along and have a look.
6.30pm this evening1st November 2010 Victoria Square, Cambridge, New Zealand – Justin Williams 2010 American Idol Contestant with Michael and Ashley 2010 National Country Music Duo of the Year with The Walmsley Family and Jessie Hughes.
Cambridge Farmer’s MarketAlpha Street and Victoria Street corner of Victoria Square. Le Joie French style market (in it’s first outing) corner of Alpha Street and Empire Street corner in and about the former RSA building.
Gaslight Theatre – Cambridge Repertory Society – Dumb Waiter & Last Panto in Little Grimley. Tonight’s is a show only performance – $20; Wednesday 13th October 2010. Dinner and show – Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.