Western Leader : December 9th 2010
23 WESTERN LEADER, DECEMBER 9, 2010 Hellens Restaurant Thurs-Sat evenings 5.30-8.30pm & Wed & Sun 5-8pm gp p Christmas Day Lunch - bookings now available 663 Swanson Road Ph: 833 9013 Swanson RSA Free Friday Night Entertainment New members welcome Fri 10th Dec Motivation Fri 17th Dec Just Us Fri 24th Dec Rythmn & Groove 5pm-9pm Fri 31st Dec Enjoy New Years Eve with Black Rose 7.30pm-12.30am Swanson RSA wishes everyone an enjoyable and safe season and look forward to seeing you all in the new year Menu Available. Adults $47, Children 5-12yrs $18pp, Children under 5yrs Free Pt Chevalier Pt er DEC ENTERTAINMENT 9TH FRANK DURANT F/L 11TH HELEN ROWE F/L 12TH BARRY CLEWETT(BIG BAND) B/L 14TH AUCKLAND JAZZ & BLUES B/L 16TH DICK LYNN F/L 17TH AMARILLO B/L SUN LUNCH ROYCE CREAMER ON PIANO F/L email@example.com Ph: 846-8673 Presents HOME OF ENTERTAINMENT Sunday Roast $10 with LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - 11.30am 3356553AA Open 7 Days: Monday - Saturday 7am - 6pm, Sunday 7am - 5pm Shop 5, 4055 Great North Road, Kelston Ph: (09) 818-7718 "Your Award Winning Butchery" SAM'S BUTCHERY (Prices valid to 5pm Sunday 12th December 2010) PLUS more specials in store! Pork loin chops Pre cooked sausages Beef corned silverside Pork scotch $3.99/kg $6.99/kg $11.99/kg $7.99/kg Advertising Feature entertainment Dining& McDonald's® New Lynn & Kelston. OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY Dine-in hours now at 24 open hours 24 3349411AA Te Atatu Memorial RSA Ph: 834-3698 Blue Collar 10th December Steve Tulloch 31st December The mystery of the Christmas star Christmas is a well earned break from work, allowing you to spend quality time with your loved ones. But Christmas is also a religious event and a time for members of the Christian faith to worship and give thanks. Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus of Nazareth on December 25, a well loved story but is it true? Religion and science are not always in agreement. Astronomy is the sci- ence of observing and measuring objects in the night skies and using those measurements and observations to form and test theories about how our solar system, galaxy and the universe works. Modern technology allows us to look back in time and recreate what the night sky would have looked like at a certain period in history. The Mystery of the Christmas Star is a plan- etarium show at the Stardome Observatory that does just that. It proposes some astronom- ical theories for celestial events recorded around the estimated time of the birth of Jesus that may have been the fabled Star of Bethlehem. Each theory is discus- sed and explained in detail, with beautiful imagery and choir music featuring in the show. The date of Jesus' birth is also examined, with theories put for- ward for an alternative birth date. If you are interested in history, astronomy, sci- ence or religion this is a great show for you. The Mystery of the Christmas Star: Wednes- day to Sunday at 7pm. See stardome.org.nz or phone 624-1246.
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