Welcome to the Manurewa market, located behind the Northcrest shops on Northcrest Way and Maich Road opposite the RSA. A friendly and safe environment for all the family. Hours are 7am to 12pm and we are open wet or fine and public holidays. Great variety of stalls including: fresh fruit and veges, mobile phones – repairs and accessories, second-hand clothing, mussel fritters, fresh eggs, puha, car stereos, watercress, fresh fish, Greenstone, hot food, design t-shirts, fresh hot doughnuts, tools, steam puddings, Pillows. Ice-creams, baby clothing, perfume and sunglasses, plants, school bags, CDs, clothing, socks, shoes, bric-brac, plants, tools, jewellery, electrical goods, saucepans, hot mini donuts, gas burners, hot coffee, fishing rods and reels, hair products, plastic ware, and much more! A great range of fresh fruit and vegetables. Lovely fresh fish and mussels, try one of Kiwi Tucker’s mussels fritters or fish fritters – tasty. Island donuts and mini donuts, Chinese food, Hot dogs and chips. Yummy hot Pork Buns, and Linda’s BBQ. There is such a variety of food to choose from. Great Hot Coffee too. Try a Super Kool ice cream to keep you cool. The Manurewa market proudly donates to Manurewa RSA for Anzac day and Armistice day parades, lollies for the Manurewa Santa parade. The Manurewa market supports the following Schools by advertising in there new letters: Hillpark School, Conifer Grove School, and St Annes Catholic School. Also previous donations from the Manurewa market to: The Parish of Manurewa food bank by donating fresh fruit and vegetables for six and half years. Toys to the Police Toy Appeal in Manurewa/Counties Manukau for two years. All enquiries for stall bookings or community groups/schools bookings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Brydee (0212328824) or Darnay (2995049). Please call no later than 7pm.
Get it fresh, find it first at the Howick Village Markets – every Saturday – 8.00am to 12.30pm. There is no better start to a weekend than to meander among the quality stalls at the Howick Village Market Square. Freshly picked seasonal produce, food stalls representing a wide variety of cuisines and the hand crafted arts and crafts, jewellery, garden adornments, soaps and creams, are among the best you will find in an Auckland market. The air is full of the most tempting aromas and the friendly and affable stallholders have a gentle banter that suits the pace of a leisurely Saturday morning…
HU is a sacred sound and ancient mantra, that can uplift your life. Singing HU provides a sense of calm, strength, and centeredness. Come and experience chanting HU and enjoy spiritual conversation with others of like heart at a Sound of Soul event. – Discover your inner guidance – Healing for body, mind, and spirit – A higher form of creativity – Spiritual self-discovery and growth Find out more at the Sound of Soul website above. For more information please contact Michael on 0275591401. To learn more about NZ Eckankar events please go to Eckankar NZ Events Site listed above.
‘Bruce Munro: Tropical Light’ is the first major event for the tropical summer. It is a 2.5km outdoor exhibition featuring 8 spectacular illuminated sculptures by world renowned artist, Bruce Munro. The exhibition is Bruce Munro’s first city-wide exhibition in the world with the collection reflecting the artist’s personal history of visiting Australia and the Northern Territory. The exhibition is free to view and is connected by a self-guided path to wander along with each piece intended to inspire interest during the day though hold their special significance when they illuminate each night at 7pm. ‘Tropical Light’ will open 1 November 2019 and run fr 6 months closing on 30 April 2020.
The Art Gallery of South Australia is the place to be on the first Friday of every month. Check out the latest exhibitions, hear great talks from artists and unwind to live music in the Courtyard.
The Santos Tour Down Under is the first stop for the world’s best cycling teams and riders, and is the opening event of the UCI WorldTour. First held in 1999, the Santos Tour Down Under is the biggest cycling race in the southern hemisphere. This 11-day event brings UCI WorldTour professional cycling (male) teams to race on the streets of Adelaide and regional South Australia each January. Up for grabs are important UCI points and the Santos Ochre Leader’s Jersey. The event also plays host to a UCI Women’s 2.1-grade event (one level below Women’s World Tour status), which also attracts the cream of female cycling to Adelaide. The Santos Tour Down Under is also home to the largest Festival of Cycling in the southern hemisphere, with a range of associated events, mass-participation rides for kids and adults through the Subaru Breakaway Series, street parties and live music combining to create a massive party atmosphere across South Australia. The Santos Tour Down Under race typically starts and concludes with exciting Adelaide city street circuits, with stages 1-5 being held in regional South Australia. The Santos Tour Down Under showcases South Australia to the world through global television coverage.
PIEX offers holiday programs to kids between 6 and 12 years old at various locations. Our unique programs allow kids to experience a range of fun and exciting activities including coding, robotics, origami, science experiments, mindfulness and more! All our activities are designed to keep kids engaged and challenged in a safe and supportive environment. One of our unique values at PIEX is that our coaches take the time to understand each child and personalise activities to individual. 2020
Aerobotics Global provides a learning experience; giving students an education in technology, robotics and A.I. that shows STEM at work. We prepare students for the future of study and work through quality robotics education and hands-on experience with real robots.
ONE LOVE 2020 lifts the lid on its most exciting line-up yet! New Zealand’s much-loved ONE LOVE Festival will kick off a new decade with the best line-up in the festival’s history. ONE LOVE is without question one of the most popular two-day festivals in Australasia. And today promoters have revealed that an array of international big-hitters are set to perform at the summer extravaganza. Presented by Mai FM and Pato Entertainment, ONE LOVE 2020 will be held in its long-standing home at Tauranga Domain across Auckland Anniversary Weekend on January 25 and 26, 2020. Earlybird Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, July 3 at 7pm on the official website: www.onelovefestival.co.nz With demand expected to be huge, punters are urged to get in quickly to avoid disappointment. The 24-hour Early Bird special runs from Wednesday, July 3 at 7pm until Thursday, July 4 at 7pm and all tickets purchased in that 24-hour period will receive a ONE LOVE t-shirt. As in previous years, VIP tickets will also be available for purchase. This year, LAYBUY tickets are also available, which allows punters to purchase tickets on the day and pay across six payments. This option will be available when you reach the check-out when purchasing tickets. It has just been confirmed that some of the biggest names in the reggae and roots world will appear at the 2020 festival, including Jamaican dancehall legend Sean Paul; iconic reggae superstar Shaggy; the OGs of reggae Toots and the Maytals; as well as Californian reggae royalty Common Kings; Jamaican singer Etana; the incredible dancehall act, Collie Budz; and reggae legends Third World are all on the line-up. See below for more information. The star-studded cast of legends will perform at ONE LOVE alongside a packed line-up of other international festival favourites and local heroes, including Katchafire, L.A.B, Sons of Zion, FIJI, Israel Starr and Josh Wawa. Spawnbreezie, Mike Love, 1814, Ardijah, Latasha Lee, Ria Hall, Conkarah, Lion Rezz, FIA, Jaro Local, Victor J Sefo, DJ Jayraski, DJ Hemz complete the first line-up announcement. Promoters are also excited to reveal that the much-loved Kiwi act Nesian Mystik, whose hits include ‘For The People’ and ‘Mr Mista’, will be reforming for a special performance at ONE LOVE. ONE LOVE has sold out for the last four years in a row and with today’s announcement, it is expected that tickets for the festival will once again be in hot demand. “We are very excited to bring one of our biggest line-ups yet. The hype is so big, we are expecting to sell out faster that previous years,” says promoter Pato Alvarez. Earlybird Tickets are on sale Wednesday July 3 from 7pm until 7pm Thursday July 4. All tickets purchased in the first 24 hours will receive a free One Love t-shirt – www.onelovefestival.co.nz One Love ticket prices: VIP tickets – $255 – 2 x day pass GA early birds – $169 early bird – 2 x day pass GA general release – $179 – 2 x day Read more [...]
King Beats Festival is on its 5th year running, in 2020 King Beats welcome everyone to Kingston Station on Saturday 1st February. King Beats welcome headliners, masters of roots, reggae, and rock – Kora! featuring at the festival is a loaded line up with “The Slacks” from Auckland, solo artist “Tullara” from Australia, local band “Turtle Funk” with their lead singer from Brazil and “Haven” local lads from Wakatipu High School who came second in 2019 Smokefree Rockquest national finals. The range of bands and music will ensure the summer vibes are felt throughout the event. As the day turns to night, DJ Jang from England kicks it off with some old school tunes filled with everyone’s favorites followed by an “Electric Rush” set. The DJs will be keeping the beats flowing throughout the night. It’s a family event with lots of games for children, youth and adults with great prizes to be won. Last year with overwhelming support from the local community, there were prizes ranging from a $50 restaurant voucher to a free skydive! Activities during the day will include yoga, a mini ramp, and professional bike jumps for freestyle riders to show us their skills. All tickets purchased include overnight camping at Kingston Station with food and drink available to purchase. Gates open for camping at 11 am, music starts at 1 pm! King Beats Festival has raised over $40,000 for kids all over NZ and this couldn’t be done without the help of local businesses donating money and prizes Earlybird tickets are strictly limited at the special price of $105 + booking fee, once they are sold or after December 15th, tickets will be $115 + booking fee. Don’t wait and miss out! This event has the capacity to sell out. Get in touch through facebook https://www.facebook.com/KingBeatsFestival Get your money back! – Share the ticket fairy link after payment and get 4 of your friends to buy off this link to get the price of your ticket returned after the event.
Free Exhibit Pass Only The International Farmers Summit aims to gather together farmers, breeders, feedmillers, meat processors, suppliers for feed ingredients, animal health and nutrition products, farm and slaughter equipments and all allied industry partners. Organized by the Philippine Veterinary Drug Foundation Inc. (PVDAFI), The International Farmers Summit has focused on animal health, genetics and nutrition and is supported by leading local and international companies. The show aims to contribute towards efficient animal production that would ensure competitive advantage.
The Superloop Adelaide 500 is Australia’s largest domestic motorsport event and widely regarded as one of the best touring car races in the world. Taking place on a shortened version of the former Formula One grand prix circuit, it features some of Australia’s favourite corners, including the Senna Chicane, the deep-braking hairpin at Turn 9 and the now infamous Turn 8 sweeper. The first race was held from 9-11 April 1999 as the Sensational Adelaide 500, and was won by Craig Lowndes from the Mobil Holden Racing Team.