COM­ING ART EX­HI­BI­TIONS ON­GO­ING WED­NES­DAYS: SATUR­DAYS:

Waiheke Marketplace - - Front Page - BYO Bag­wai­heke Sewing Bee:

Com­mu­ni­ca­tion for Life - Peace and Power in In­ti­mate Re­la­tion­ships: Jo­ce­lyn Kennedy will of­fer a work­shop on non-vi­o­lent com­mu­ni­ca­tion at Palm Beach on Au­gust 18 to 20. Cost is $260 to $295, reg­is­ter by email­ing man­ager@wal.org.nz or see www.com­mu­ni­ca­tion­for­life.co.nz. Lights Out: Kalei­do­scope Per­for­mance will present a new show at Art­works The­atre on Thurs­day, Au­gust 17 at 7pm and Satur­day, Au­gust 19 at 2pm. R15 shows will be at 7pm on Friday, Au­gust 18 and Satur­day, Au­gust 19. Booked tickets are $22 for adults, $18 for se­niors, $15 for stu­dents and chil­dren and $70 for fam­i­lies from www.art­work­sthe­atre.org.nz. Door sales could also be avail­able. Wai­heke Ra­dio Fundraiser: Top is­land bands will per­for­mat­morra Hall in Oneroa on 19 Au­gust from 6pm to raise money for the ra­dio sta­tion. Bands in­clude Ra­dio Re­belde, Oyawa, The Solomon Cole Band, Aaron Car­pen­ter, Se­cret Weapons for Lazy Lovers and DJ Se­bastien Selk­nam. Ticket are $25 and are avail­able from Up­cy­cle in Oneroa and Te Matuku Oys­ters in Os­tend. Wai­heke Com­post­ing Work­shop: At­wai­heke Sus­tain­abil­ity Cen­tre, on Satur­day, Au­gust 19, this free course from 9am to noon will be fa­cil­i­tated by Kristin Buscher. See com­post­col­lec­tive.org.nz or call 482 1172 to book. Fam­ily His­tory Month: Wai­heke Li­brary is hold­ing a se­ries of events in Au­gust on fam­ily his­tory. Seon­aid Lewis is lead­ing a work­shop on start­ing fam­ily re­search on Sun­day Au­gust 20 from 10.30am. She will fo­cus on the im­pact of so­cial me­dia on fam­ily re­search from 1.30pm to 3pm on Au­gust 20. A sem­i­nar on DNA tests for fam­ily trees will be held on Wednesday Au­gust 23 from 6.30pm. A work­shop on the Find My Past data­base will be of­fered on Sun­day Au­gust 27 from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. For in­for­ma­tion and book­ings con­tact ju­lia.mount@auck­land­coun­cil.govt.nz or phone 374 1325. and Enid Marx, fea­ture in a new ex­hi­bi­tion at Tivoli in Oneroa. Open Tuesday to Satur­day 10am to 5pm, phone 372 3361. Mem­bers Show: Wai­heke Com­mu­nity Art Gallery will dis­play works by gallery mem­bers from July 28 to Au­gust 21. Open 10am to 4pm daily, phone 372 9907. Round and Roundwe Go: An ex­hi­bi­tion of works by former Rocky Bay artist­mike Mor­gan is on dis­play at­wai­heke Com­mu­nity Art Gallery from July 28 to Au­gust 21. 1.30pm for a live per­for­mance. Ph 372 5573 or 372 9627. French Club: Art­works cinema first Monday of ev­ery month. Call 372 6109. Hori­zon­swai­heke: Men­tal well­be­ing cof­fee group. Call 372 6688 or 372 7605. Gym­nas­tics and Play­gym: Call 372 7804. Ju­nior Golf: At­wai­heke Golf Club, One­tangi Straight. En­rol­ment es­sen­tial. Email wai­heke­ju­nior­golf@gmail.com. Cos­mopoli­tan Club: 1.45pm so­cial bowl­ing, 2Marama Ave, Surf­dale. Please wear flat-soled shoes. Golf: Ladies’ 18-hole competition, 9am. Hag­gle $5, Wai­heke Golf Club. Feldenkrais: Aware­ness through move­ment, Red Cross Hall, 2pm. Wai­heke Ten­nis Club: One­tangi Sports Club ten­nis courts avail­able for club mem­bers 4pm-7pm. Moun­tain Bike Club: Evening rides, One­tangi Sports Park, 6.30pm. Call 0274 818 363. Wai­heke Poker Club: 6.30pm at So­lar, Oneroa. $25 buy-in. Call 372 8752. Eight Ball: 7.30pm at­wai­heke RSA, ta­bles free. Friday morn­ings at 9am, up­stairs at Wai­heke Trans­fer Sta­tion. Call 372 7662.Wai­heke Ten­nis Club: 4pm7pm, One­tangi Sports Club ten­nis courts avail­able for club mem­bers. All Dif­fer­ently Abled Peo­ple: Fam­ily, friends and sup­port­ers meet 5pm for a shared meal at Me­lanna House, 1 Cres­cent Rd East. Call 022 191 0208.

Lori Jones is one of the DJS who will play at Sand­bar on Satur­day night SUP­PLIED

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