GIBBS FARM VISIT FUNDRAISER FOR HESTIA RODNEY WOMEN’S REFUGE
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 4275154
Bookings through I-Ticket: https://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2017/nov/gibbs-farm-open-day
Gibbs Farm is an internationally renowned open-air sculpture park located on the Kaipara Harbour.
It contains the largest collection of large-scale outdoor sculptures in New Zealand.
Funds raised from this event will go to services to support families to live violence free lives.
When: Friday 24 November 2017Time: 10.00am to 2.00pm
- $60 Adults
- $40 5-18years
- Free under 5 years
Venue: Gibbs Farm, 2421 Kaipara Coast Highway, Makarau – Entry via Barr Road
Bring a picnic lunch.
Event proceeds regardless of weather. No refunds
See Gibbs Farm website www.gibbsfarm.org.nz for further terms of access.
Dear Puhoi women and friends from neighbouring communities, especially newcomers to our area,
Wednesday, November 1, is the date set for our annual Puhoi Womens Dinner in the Puhoi hotel.
Please read below for the way the system operates, and this year’s menu.
PUHOI WOMEN’S DINNER NOVEMBER 1 2017–AN INTRODUCTION
Our annual Puhoi Women’s Dinners started in 2009 as a means of having fun with friends from our local community in a relaxed setting with no pressures on participants to cook, ‘bring a plate’ or drive long distances.
They were made possible by our publican Gillian Seymour’s opening up of the character-filled hotel dining room to bookings by selected groups for catered dinners, sometimes cooked by Gillian herself.
As well as a chance for old friends to gather, we are always thrilled to be able to welcome newcomers to Puhoi, or when our local regulars bring a friend from another area, or maybe a younger relative, or a visitor from overseas, or are celebrating a special occasion.
The 2017 dinner is on Wednesday, November 1, and the theme is Benvenuto Italia – Italian Cuisine.
The programme begins with a gathering in the hotel bar from 6pm -7pm, giving time for guests, some of whom come directly from work, to relax with a complimentary cocktail, or a drink bought from the bar, and nibbles, which are included in the price of the evening.
At 7pm we go into the dining room for a meal comprising a starter and main course, plus dessert followed by tea or coffee.
A vegetarian option is available – just let me or the kitchen know in advance.
Generally, we have a speaker, by popular choice one of our own members, who entertains us for around 15 minutes before coffee, as well as a little raffle as a fundraiser for the next dinner.
This year’s speaker will be American historical fiction writer William C. Hammond, best known for his Cutler family maritime chronicles (Google Wikipedia), now residing in Puhoi.
Small items for the raffle would be appreciated.
Men can come if they agree to wear a skirt – so far no-one has taken up this invitation! (although one year one came without a skirt, or anything else, either!)
The cost of the whole evening, excluding any drinks you buy from the bar, is $30, and we ask for payment in advance if possible to confirm your commitment to attending.
There are 30 seats and we take you on a first come, first accepted, basis, after which we place you on a waiting list.
The first thing to do is book your place by emailing me, Judith Williams: email@example.com as several have already done – please, don’t rely on my memory if you tell me on the shop step or in the street!
Near the date I will send out a list of all those who have given me their names so you can check if there are still places free.
Please make out your cheques or leave cash for PUHOI BISTRO and place it in MY mail box (not the hotel’s) PO Box 404 151
Looking forward to having you there, with kindest regards,
October 2017 – MENU
PUHOI WOMEN’S DINNER NOVEMBER 1 2017
- Complimentary Cocktail
- Crostini di Fegatini
HOTEL DINING ROOM
- Fettuccine Carbonara
- Cannelloni stuffed with chicken, spinach, pumpkin and ricotta
- Crostata Crema
- ( lemon cream tart )
- coffee or tea
My house on the hill just before J tolhopf Rd ,container and out sheds were robbed. The gate chain and container locks were cut as well as a main entrance dead bolt door smashed. It happened between 7.pm Tues and 7am wed( Tues night) They used a vehicle “ ute or surf type” with large mud tyres and possibly had a trailer . They have taken a lot of personal stuff which they will possibly throw away as it will have no value to them as well as tools and valuable possessions etc . They backed down the side of the house and parked by the container as well as out by the road . If any one saw any vehicles looking suspicious or looked like they were moving house or loads of stuff , around Ahuroa rd through these times please contact me . They may of headed either to Puhoi or Ahuroa couldn’t tell.
Someone let our pet Ram out of his pen the day before and the steely boys may of given him the bash as he was covered in mud as if rolled around , I only hope Leroy broke their knee first. Leroy’s ok and back in Pen with treats.Regards
Paul M – tel: 422 0131
Hi there if anyone finds a silver chunky bracelet along Ahuroa Valley Rd or around one lane bridge on Ahuroa Rd it is very sentemantal and I think it may have fallen off while walking the dog. If anyone finds anything like the description please phone Louisa 4222213 Many thanks
Hi, I am looking for a part time worker in my nursery on a casual basis, potting & weeding etc, dont need to know alot about plants but being efficient & able to work alone wld be great, call Lance, 0272727561 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Seed and plant swap this Saturday 14th of October. 10:30 am. Come and socialise with like minded people. Tea and coffee provided, bring something yummy to share. All welcome, please come to Lothlorien Orchard 1227 Ahuroa rd, meet at the cowshed ( turn left at the x section at top of the drive.) Will be on rain or shine. Come along even if you don’t have seeds or plants to swap!
Cheers, Jo – 09 422 5855
We are leaving NZ soon for the UK and my great car is up for sale. A 2010 red Toyota RAV4, 5 door with full service history, good WOF history and just passed the latest one. 188,460 kms and really good condition as she’s been well cared for. Offers around or between $10,000 and $11,000 will be seriously considered . Come and see before she’s snapped up by a dealer.
Call Ann 0212050448
I have a gazebo (canvassy) that is probably beyond repair. It goes over heavy duty poles – so probably just need the top replaced.
Can use the old one as a pattern. Does anyone sew canvass. Hope I am not too confusing
Contact Karen 4224025.
Do you enjoy working outdoors in a peaceful & healthy environment, surrounded by birdsong, bees & flowers?Then we may have the job for you!
Now that spring has finally sprung & daylight saving is here, we urgently need some help in the garden.
We are looking for someone who is keen on wildlife gardening, & easy to get along with.
Our garden is mostly mature shrubbery so we are looking for help with general maintenance, which with our busy lives always gets away on us.
Good rate of pay and flexible hours.
Please text your contact details to Bev 021 307 900 & I will call you back.
Can you please email out to all the rural street contacts to keep a look out for a red older style single cab ute.
Two males went to a dairy farm in Helensville asking for work on Sunday morning 17th September.If anyone has seen this ute and these males, in similar circumstances email me with details.
If this vehicle or the males, come to your farm asking for work please obtain the registration number plate of the ute and descriptions of the two males.
Could be perfectly legitimate, but I would like to let everyone know just in case it’s not.
Community Constable | Helensville | New Zealand Police
P +64 9 4209736 Extn: 96576 | M +64 211912682 | E Mandi.Bell@police.govt.nz
Helensville Station, 8 Rimu Street,