On a mission of sorts. Half time. Have been cross posting during June. This will continue during July. Comparing the mechanics and usefulness of web platforms used, or ignored, over the past decade or so. ello.co far and away the easier and most elegant posting experience of all; vies with Behance as a digital creativesContinue reading “1 July 2018”
Today, tomorrow and Sunday: 28th, 29th & 30th of January 2011.
Friday 07 May 2010
Cambridge Fashion Night. Runway show with Bridget O’Sullivan. 7.30pm at the Raleigh Street Christian Centre, 24 Raleigh Street. Coffee & dessert. Tickets $20 or two for $30 from the centre office, Ph: 827 5794, or Bellissima, or online at http://www.womenofworship.co.nz.
Saturday 8 May 2010
Cambridge Farmers Market, start 8am, Victoria Square.
Saturday 8 May 29 2010
Cambridge High School vs St Peters School, first XV rugby challenge, start 2.30pm St Peters School grounds, SHW1, No.1 field.
Sunday 9 May 2010
Lions Trash ‘n’ Treasure Market, start 8.30am, Victoria Street.
Thursday 13 May 2010
Harness & Greyhound racing, first race 5.30pm, Cambridge Raceway, Taylor Street.
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Maungatautari Thespian Ensemble’s – Trifecta – Sarah Bettle, Andy Kaye and Kimmy Muncaster celebrate their improv skills with an hour of comedy skits this evening, Friday, the 23rd of April 2010 at Gaslight Theatre, Cambridge, New Zealand – in an entrée performance for the Cambridge Autumn Festival 2010. I particularly enjoyed this, the reverse interrogation, much silliness and quick thinking drawn from audience suggestions. Trifecta play tomorrow night, Saturday, the 24th at 6pm – and then during the festival proper – next Wednesday the 28th, Thursday the 29th and Friday the 30th of April – also at 6pm. Check out the festival website.
Idle curiosity, on my part, as michaeljeans.co.nz lurches toward 50,000 page views in 19 months. Here are the page rankings (Google) of selected Cambridge NZ related and / or based websites (a stab in the dark guestimation – there are somewhere between 500 – 1,000 ‘Cambridge NZ’ websites – probably closer to the lower number).Continue reading “Google stats. – yeah well!!”
This comfortable old window display has marked the Colonial Heritage Antiques corner of Duke and Empire Streets Cambridge NZ forever. And it is ever changing and continually fascinating.
In September of next year, on the 24 – 26th of September 2010 to be exact, the 125th Jubilee celebration of education at Karapiro, Whitehall, Taotaoroa and Karapiro Hydro Schools is to be held. There is a website where you can find out more and perhaps get involved in the planning yourself. http://125kthw.wordpress.com/
All details: Robyn Adlam Tel: 07-823 4622 Email: email@example.com
I should be positive. I should be encouraging. I will say one thing: Design.
Reflecting on the work of these two men among others, it is suggested, gives sustenance to those planning for the future. I agree.
The following posts are the result of a fascinating few hours, today, which resulted from a perfectly innocent enquiry of Monsignor David Bennett at St Peter’s first thing this morning. ‘When is the mass for the World Youth Day pilgrims being held?’ As I am recording happenings in and about Cambridge with some enthusiasm atContinue reading “Friday in Cambridge”