Kapiti Observer : January 14th 2013
13 KAPITI OBSERVER, JANUARY 14, 2013 ART AND ENTERTAINMENT Birth Notices Advertise the birth of your baby for FREE Birth Notices are a free service offered by the Kapiti Observer and will run in our Monday edition. To have your message included (maxi- mum of 40 words) it must reach us by 2pm the previous Thursday and must include the name of your Leading Maternity Care for verification. Email: email@example.com Post: PO Box 110, Paraparaumu Visit: 159 Rimu Rd, Paraparaumu Deaths Births Recent Births Thomas, Joseph and Emma would like to announce the arrival of Levi Joseph Thomas born in Paraparaumu on the 28th December. Thankyou to the team at Kapiti Midwifes on the safe arrival of a brother for Chloe, Hayley & Jazmine. Wagstaff, Mathew and Angela (nee Watson) are pleased to announce the arrival of Madison Anne, a sister for Maia. Born at Wellington Hospital on 20/12/2012 at 2am weighing 2970g (6lb 9oz). Thanks to our Midwife Noreen Roche, friends and family for their support. DEATH NOTICES ANDREWS, Lucy (Svetluska). On 8 January 2013. In her 88th year. Loved wife of the late George. Cherished mother of Peter & Kerry. Loved Nana and Gran-gran. "Little sister" to Lily MacLeod. Heartfelt thanks to the staff at Eldon Lodge. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Wellington Free Ambulance would be appreciated. A service for Lucy has been held. Messages to "The Andrews Family" PO Box 119, Paraparaumu 5254. Kapiti Coast Funeral HomeFDAN- Z--NZIFH. 04 298-5168. Death Notices are a free service offered by The Kapiti Observer. Notices can only be supplied by Funeral Directors OTAKI MEDICAL CENTRE 2 Aotaki Street, OTAKI Ph 06 364 8555 (24 hours) SURGERY HOURS Mon-Fri 8.15am-5.00pm DR JOHN SPRUNT DR BERT LOMBARD DR SHERRY MARTIN DR HANS ITJESHORST DR ROGER JUBERT DR TAM CHUNG WAIKANAE HEALTH CENTRE Marae Lane Phone 293 6005 Dr Clive Cameron Dr Dermot O'Connor Dr Andrew Edwards Dr Diane Carter Dr John Clarke Dr Herman van Kradenburg Dr Angelo Cacciato Dr Rex Faulknor Dr Ran Ben-Dom Dr Jared Cook Dr Kat Welsh Dr Bente Ongkiehong Surgery Open: Mon-Thurs 8am-7pm; Fri 8am-5.30pm; Sat 9am-12noon & 4pm-6pm 24HR EMERGENCIES & A/Hrs PH 293 6002 DUTY DOCTORS FOR POLICE, FIRE and AMBULANCE DIAL 111 ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY LINES DOWN & OTHER FAULTS Electra 0800 Lost Power or 0800 567 876 GAS EMERGENCY CONTACT -RAUMATI TO OHAU Vector (Natural Gas Corp) 0800 802 332 Emergency Services 240 Mazengarb Road Paraparaumu Dr Paul Davis, Dr Meaburn Staniland Dr Rachel Watters, Dr Malcolm Dyer Dr Peter Sherrington Dr Jan Lavery Pharmacy "Kapiti Travel Health Service" 902 9200 (24 Hours) COASTAL MEDICAL ROOMS ACCIDENT AND MEDICAL General Practice: GPs: Rico del Rosario, Brent Krivan, Christine Coulter, Tahra Reynolds, Bart Stus, Dick Claridge, Rob Keiboom, and Roland Lotsu Wellness Clinic: Dr Kevin Baker, Nathan Scott Physiotherapy: Nathan Scott Pilates: Wendy Krivan X-Ray, Pharmacy, Acupuncturist, Vasectomies, Independent Nurse TEAM MEDICAL AT COASTLANDS 8am to 10pm 7 days PHONE: 297 3000 COASTGUARD KAPITI COAST Emergencies Call Police 111 The Kapiti Coast District Council Civil Defence Emergency Management Office supports this initiative PARAPARAUMU MEDICAL CENTRE 92-94 Kapiti Road * On Site Pharmacy Pharmacist: Mr Chris Shum Dr James Harman Dr Tim Smith Dr Scott Walker PMC IS NOW TAKING NEW PATIENTS Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm (some late nights) House Calls Available Telephone 04 902 8507 24 Hours 4374136AG Public Notices Contact MARGARET SWEETMAN BY 25 JANUARY 2013 04 296 4844 firstname.lastname@example.org Kāpiti District WAITANGI DAY com memoration to be held at Whakarongotai Marae, Waikanae Wednesday 6 February 2013 for the offcial WANTED STALLHOLDERS FOOD, ARTS & CRAFTS PB 60601 Paraparaumu Ph 0800 486 486 Fx 04 296 4830 www.kapiticoast.govt.nz 5111729AA Public Notices WAIKANAE Boating Club requires casual bar staff. Enquiries phone Karen Jones 027 620 2518 WAITING STAFF Required for Melt Cafe´ Our cafe is a great place for employment with a fun atmosphere and a great team. We are seeking re- liable, experienced, enthusi- astic staff for front of house duties including customer service, cash handling, cof- fee making and general cleaning. Preference will be given to those with prior coffee mak- ing and f.o.h experience. Bar Managers certificate also desired, but not necessary. Please phone Rowena or Simon on 293 8850. BRICKLAYER req, must have experience & drivers licence. Ph 021 518 071 Tuition Free tutor training offered to intending literacy tutors Course begins in Paraparaumu, Late February 2013 INFORMATION EVENING 7pm Wednesday, 23 January 2012 Upstairs NZ POST BUILDING Coastlands Parade For more information phone 0800 7323 464 or email email@example.com Enrolments close 7 February. We offer to adults confidential, one-one-one and small group help with reading, writing, spelling, maths, computers, budgeting, learner licence and study courses at no cost to the learner. Adult Literacy Aotearoa (Kapiti) Inc. A member of Literacy Aotearoa Inc. Become a Volunteer Literacy Tutor Paekakariki - Otaki 5104900AA Tuition PIANO/THEORY 2013. All levels, Adults welcome. Reg.Tchr. P ram 298 5646 Situations Vacant - General Find a home that suits you perfectly Check out the Real Estate section of your Community Newspaper Phone 298 5019 Winning entry: Debbie Pointon, with her People's Choice winning The Merchant of Marvels and the Peddler of Dreams from last year's Box Art exhibition. New venture at Pataka By ANDREA O'NEIL Proceeds from last year s Box Art exhibition -- where Kapiti artist Debbie Pointon scooped the People s Choice award -- will help bring an artist in residence to Pataka in Porirua next month. Hawke s Bay s Niki Hastings- McFall will create an installa- tion in the gallery s garden and spine from February 2 to 7. The public will be able to help Hastings-McFall decorate a tree in the garden as part of her proj- ect.English-Samoan artist Hastings-McFall is best known for her work with synthetic lei, some of which were on display at Pataka in 2007. A trained jewel- ler, she references Pacific symbols in her work, combining plastic flowers and found urban objects with traditional Poly- nesian patterns and symbolism. Friends of Pataka originally intended to have a longer-term residency but Hastings-McFall told them short stays were more convenient for artists with famil- ies, says Friends of Pataka vice- president Carolyn Wallace. Pointon won the Box Art exhi- bition s People s Choice award for the second year running last year, her work, The Merchant of Marvels and the Peddler of Dreams, based on a French chil- dren s book. This year Box Art will be replaced by a much larger affair, the Pataka Friends Art Awards. Artworks of all mediums are eli- gible, from painting to weaving, sculpture and photography. Box artworks will still be welcome, Wallace says. First prize is $1000, second is $750 and there will be a $500 people s choice prize. Registrations close May 13, see www.pataka.org.nz.
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