Cap­tur­ing char­ac­ter

Given the high en­ergy of the event, pho­tog­ra­phers were com­mended on their photos. Club mem­bers beau­ti­fully cap­tured the char­ac­ter of the an­i­mals they were pho­tograph­ing.

Waiheke Marketplace - - Out & About - BYO bag­wai­heke sewing bee:

WED SEPTEM­BER 6

Wai­heke Ra­dio Auck­land Cen­tral can­di­dates de­bate: Fig­ure out who to vote for by lis­ten­ing to the de­bate at Art­works Theatre on from 7pm to 8.30pm. Bring your own vase flo­ral work­shop: An evening of fun will be of­fered at Flower Gallery in Os­tend from 6pm to 8pm. Book on 3726987 or email info@flow­er­gallery.co.nz.

THURS SEPTEM­BER 7

The Pin-up Boys: Wai­heke Theatre Com­pany’s new com­edy, di­rected by David Char­teris, opens at 7.30pm at Art­works Theatre and closes on Satur­day, Septem­ber 16. Mati­nee show on Sun­day, Septem­ber 10, at 3pm. Tick­ets are avail­able at www.art­work­sthe­atre.org.nz.

FRI SEPTEM­BER 8

Alt Mu­sic Film Fes­ti­val: A doc­u­men­tary about Lau­rie An­der­son, Heart of a Dog, will screen tonight at 8pm and at 4.30pm on Septem­ber 10. Eat that Ques­tion: Frank Zappa in His Own Words will be shown on Septem­ber 15 at 8pm and at 4.30pm on Septem­ber 17. Miss Sharon Jones, a doc­u­men­tary about Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings, will screen at 8pm on Septem­ber 22 and at 7.30pm on Septem­ber 24. Kai Con­scious Cafe: Ev­ery Fri­day from 11am to 12pm at The Sus­tain­abil­ity Cen­tre, Mako Street. Each week is a dif­fer­ent work­shop and a lunch for all. Bring your ex­cess food. RSA night out: Mem­bers’ draw and weekly en­ter­tain­ment. Call 3729019. Live mu­sic: Aper­i­tivowine Bar, Oneroa, from 6pm. Free. Live mu­sic: Vino Vino, Oneroa, 6.30pm. Call 3729888. Bowl­ing and Cos­mopoli­tan club night out: Live sport on the screen, mem­ber­ship draw, joker raf­fle, bar snacks, res­tau­rant, 6pm. Surf­dale.

SAT SEPTEM­BER 9

Os­tend mar­ket: Os­tend­war Memo­rial Hall from 8.30am to 1pm. Amu­si­cal Pot­pourri : Wai­heke Cho­ral So­ci­ety will present a con­cert at Palm Beach Hall at 2pm. Tick­ets are $15 for adults, $35 for a fam­ily, $12 for se­niors and stu­dents, and $8 for chil­dren and are avail­able from Dee on 3723456, Shop the Rock and at the door. All pro­ceeds will go to a lo­cal char­ity.

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Play with clay: Judy Rae will of­fer a clay ses­sion at­wai­heke Com­mu­nity Art Gallery on Septem­ber 16, from 11am to 2pm. Phone 3729907 for in­for­ma­tion. What is the state ofwa­ter in NZ?: Fresh­wa­ter ecol­o­gist­mike Joy will of­fer a free pre­sen­ta­tion on wa­ter is­sues rel­e­vant to the up­com­ing elec­tions. The talk will be on Sun­day, Septem­ber 17, from 1pm to 3.45pm at­wai­heke Li­brary. Fullers Fes­ti­val of Foot­ball: Auck­land City foot­ball team will of­fer a free chil­dren’s coach­ing clinic on Fri­day, Septem­ber 22. Three games of foot­ball, with celebrity guests, will be held from 10.30am to 5pm on Satur­day, Septem­ber 23, at One­tangi Sports Park. Free en­try. Last Laughs: The­wai­heke Com­edy Show troupe of­fer im­pro­vised com­edy games at Art­works theatre on Tues­day, Septem­ber 26 from 7pm. En­try by koha, bar open. Mu­sic movies: Films from top bands will be screened at Art­works Theatre in Oneroa over com­ing months. Stop Mak­ing Sense will screen on Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 13 and The Doors on Fri­day, Novem­ber 10. Wai­heke Com­mu­nity Cinema will show­mu­sic movies ev­ery Fri­day in Septem­ber. Tick­ets for the Art­works shows will be $15 from www.art­work­sthe­atre.org.nz, with the bar open and lo­cal bands play­ing be­fore and after the film.

Friends of the Street: Avail­able on Fri­day and Satur­day nights for teenagers need­ing a lift home. Call 0276290596. Piripoho/con­so­la­tion: Sup­port group for peo­ple af­fected by the loss of a loved one through sui­cide. Meet­ings on the first Thurs­day of the month, 5pm to 6.30pm at Hau Ora Build­ing/pir­i­tahi Marae. Call 3720022. His­toric Vil­lage: Open Wed­nes­day, Satur­day, Sun­day and public hol­i­day Mon­days, noon to 4pm. One­tangi Straight. Bus 1, 1A or 3. Call 3722970. Toy Li­brary: Open ev­ery Satur­day 9.30am to 11.30am at Old Surf­dale Post Of­fice. Email: toyli­brary­wai­heke@gmail.com. Ten­nis club: At One­tangi Sports Park ten­nis courts. Call 0274800632. Whit­taker’s Mu­sic Mu­seum: Art­works, Korora Rd, Oneroa. Open seven days 1pm to 4pm, meet Lloyd and Joan Whit­taker on Satur­days 1.30pm for a live per­for­mance. Ph 3725573 or 3729627. French club: Art­works cinema first Mon­day of ev­ery month. Call 3726109. Hori­zon­swai­heke: Men­tal well­be­ing cof­fee group. Call 3726688 or 3727605. Gym­nas­tics and play­gym: Call 3727804. Ju­nior golf: At­wai­heke Golf Club, One­tangi Straight. En­rol­ment es­sen­tial. Email wai­heke­ju­nior­golf@gmail.com.

Over 40s so­cial club: Fourth Wed­nes­day of the month at 1.30pm, at St John Hall, Os­tend. Call 3729997. Rsawomen’s sec­tion: 10.30am on first­wednes­day of ev­ery month at the clu­b­rooms, Bel­gium St, Os­tend. Newmem­bers wel­come. Puna Reo: Bilin­gual Maori play­group, 9am-noon. Pavil­ion, Don­ald Bruce Rd. Call 3726991. Wai­heke Play­cen­tre: 9am to 12noon, for ages 0-5. 5A Al­bert Cres­cent. Also Fri, Mon and Tues. Email play­cen­tre­wai­heke@gmail.com De­men­tia sup­port group: RSA Club, Os­tend. 10am to noon. Morn­ing tea provided. Call Wendy Ford 3720022 or text 0212242673 or Lau­rene But­ler at 0272378837. Wai­heke Bowl­ing and 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 to 7pm. Moun­tain Bike Club: Evening rides, One­tangi Sports Park, 6.30pm. Call 0274818363. Wai­heke Poker Club: 6.30pm at So­lar, Oneroa. $25 buy-in. Call 3728752. Eight ball: 7.30pm at­wai­heke RSA, tables free.

She Jays: Young women can learn fromwai­heke’s top fe­male DJS at Sand­bar on the sec­ond Thurs­day of ev­ery month. Danc­ing with ex­pe­ri­enced DJS from 10pm. Reg­is­ter your in­ter­est in learn­ing at an­ge­la­jane­means@gmail.com. The Song and Po­etry Thing: Open mic evening at Sand­bar, Oneroa, last Thurs­day of the month. Share your orig­i­nal po­ems and songs. Sign up at 6.30pm or come and watch. Care and Craft: Care and com­pan­ion­ship at 10am at the Os­tend Sports Club. Call 3727516. La Leche League: Breast­feed­ing Cafe, first Thurs­day of ev­ery month, 11am at So­lar’s back room, Oneroa. Preg­nant mums wel­come, tod­dlers also. Free tele­phone coun­selling any time. Call 3722210. Fit­ness league: 10am to 11am, Red Cross Hall, Oneroa. Ladies’ ten­nis: 9.30am at One­tangi Sports Park. Wai­heke Play­group: Old Black­pool School Hall. 8.45am to 11.30am, $3 per fam­ily plus piece of fruit. Also on Tue. Call 021540404. Wrig­gle and rhyme: Free 30-minute pro­gramme for ba­bies and tod­dlers up to 2. 10am, Wai­heke Li­brary. Call 3741325. Housie: 10am, RSA. Call 3725453. Cards: 500, 2pm, RSA. Call 3727419. Golf cro­quet: Mako St, Oneroa, 2pm. Also on Sun and Tues. Call 3726003. Wai­heke Dirt Track So­cial Club: Wool­shed, O’brien Rd, 4pm. So­cial evening in­cludes club prices and com­pli­men­tary bar snacks, meat and money raf­fles. Fri­day morn­ings at 9am, up­stairs at Wai­heke Trans­fer Sta­tion. Call 3727662. Wai­heke Ten­nis Club: 4pm to 7pm, 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 0221910208.

Ruffa Hig­gins’ cock­atiel. SUP­PLIED/JAY WALKER

Loulou the Lowchen. SUP­PLIED/RUBY SCH­WARZ Dog in a dinghy at the Cause­way.

ROSE DAVIS/STUFF Loulou is a nat­u­ral model. SUP­PLIED/SARINA OETGEN

Nel­lie the dog. SUP­PLIED/RUBY SCH­WARZ

The Pin Up Boys opens on Septem­ber 7 at Art­works Theatre. HAY­LEY HAILSTONE

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