Nelson Leader : August 29th 2013
11 THE NELSON LEADER, AUGUST 29, 2013 NEWS 5177966AA GOING OUT GUIDE www.playhousecafe.co.nz Phone (03) 540 2985 Nairobi Trio Sept Thurs 5th $25 8pm World Class Jazz 5526190AA to learn more phone 03 546 2835 Get your ads working for you Useful tips for advertising #7 STAND OUT Adverts don't need tobehugeorin colour to work. They just need to STAND OUT IT'S FREE GO TO www.theleader.co.nz to list your upcoming events RICHMOND MAPUA NELSON THUR SAT SUN FRI STOKE Little Rock Bar 165 Bridge St, Nelson Ceroc Dance Party 8pm The Boathouse Nelson 326 Wakefield Quay, Nelson 548 7646 Coyote Blues Band, 8pm Turf Hotel 228 Songer St, Stoke 547 7791 Watch ITM Live On Big Screen Watch ITM Live On Big Screen Music with Mark After ITM Cup S STOK KE Club Waimea 345 Queen St, Richmond 543 9179 Members Draw Texas Poker Mareen RIC HMO ON ND The Playhouse Cafe & Theatre 171 Westdale Rd, Mapua 540 2985 Accapella Night Free to all Pole Dancing Sold Out M MAPU UA Fairfield House 48 Van Diemen St, Nelson 548 3640 Puppet Show 11am, 1pm & 3pm Nelson Suburban Club 168 Tahunanui Dr, Nelson 548 6815 Just John Show Main Bar 7pm Double Barrell Main Bar 7pm Market Day 9.30am -- 1pm McCashin's Brewery 660 Main Road, Stoke 547 0329 Quiz Night 7-9pm Craig Lee Live Sisters Duo Live Theatre Royal 78 Rutherford St, Nelson 548 3840 Pirates of Penzance at 8pm Pirates of Penzance at 8pm Body Building Comp from 12 noon Speight's Ale House 99 Quarantine Rd, Nelson 547 7336 Live Muisc -- Fez From 9pm Liquid NZ Bar 75 Bridge St, Nelson 548 0270 Wet Beard Live Plus DJ Gov Kiwi Jam Session Host Lou Bragg Dougie Live Plus DJ Smart BRIEFLY Transplanted: The big apple sign outside Founders Park. Photo: MARTIN DE RUYTER Apple sign has new home The big apple sign outside Founders Heritage Park has been permanently placed within the park and is now part of the new permanent Harvest Land exhibit. This exhibit is about the region's agricultural history, including orchards, so the apple sign was considered a perfect fit for the exhibition. The sign was erected by the Jaycees in 1977 at Atawhai before its move to Founders Park. Challenge for teachers Outward Bound is seeking applications from teachers looking for a new outdoor challenge outside the classroom, offering $1000 scholarships to 14 teachers aged 23 and over with a minimum of two years' experience. The scholarship is to be taken on Outward Bound's eight-day Teachers Discovery course in the Queen Charlotte Sound starting on September 29. Applicants must be able to run or walk 3km in 25 minutes, and contribute $1320 to the course costs. Call 0800 OUTWARD or visit outwardbound.co.nz/teachers for more information. Tree planters wanted Volunteers are needed to help plant native trees in a restoration project in the Pelorus Rai catchment. Forest and Bird is working with DOC on replanting the site at the Ronga Scenic Reserve which is along the road after you turn off to French Pass. The trees there are known to host long tailed bats. DOC, which has done some initial planting after the land had been grazed, has set a planting day this Saturday August 31. Car pooling is being co- ordinated from Nelson. Anyone keen to come along should contact Julie McLintock ph 545 0989 or email email@example.com. Buoy oh buoy A bright yellow and black channel marker buoy which ended up on the beach at Patons Rock in Golden Bay got there by ''a quirk of the currents'', Tasman harbourmaster Steve Hainstock said. Patons Rock resident Richard Cox alerted the Leader to the find last week. He thought it had come from Mapua but Mr Hainstock identified it is one of the ''informal markers'' from the channel at Port Motueka. ''It's the second buoy that's done that out of Motueka, the other one was a year or two years ago.'' The buoy would be trucked back to Motueka over the next few days, he said. Make teacher's day better Nominations of deserving teachers close on Friday, August 30, for OfficeMax's annual A Day Made Better programme. Fifteen teachers nationwide will win $1000 worth of OfficeMax stationery for their tireless and passionate work. Parents and students should talk to their school's principal to nominate a teacher. Photographers selected Nelson Mail photographers Martin de Ruyter and Virginia Woolf have been selected as finalists in the Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers' Association awards. The awards recognise outstanding achievements in every part of the industry, from outstanding journalism and editorial leadership to world-class marketing of news and new brands to the technical aspects of print and production and excellence in advertising and newspaper sales. Martin and Virginia are both finalists in the Regional Sports Photography of the Year section. Martin is also a finalist in the rural News Photography of the Year section. The winners were to be announced today.
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