Western Leader : March 3rd 2011
16 WESTERN LEADER, MARCH 3, 2011 NEWS HENDERSON RSA ENTERTAINMENT Check out our website www.hsnrsa.co.nz for more details Check out what's on this week! New Members Welcome ph 838 9012 RED Poppy Restaurant Under New Management Open Tues - Sat Lunch Wed & Sat Lunch & Dinner Make Henderson RSA your home for entertainment in 2011! Call us to enquire about becoming a member. Friday 4th Feb - Eddie Hemara Saturday 5th - Creedence A tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival Tickets on sale now $5 members - $10 non-members Don't miss your chance to see this fantastic show playing CCR's smash hits Housie every Thursday at 7.30pm AVONDALE RSA THE CLUB LEADING THE WAY 7 Layard St, Avondale Ph: 828 5000 Avondale RSA Restaurant NOW under NEW MANAGEMENT Avondale RSA welcomes Restauranteur Extraordinaire Andy Sherry. Members, guests and members of other clubs with reciprocal visiting rights most welcome. Website: avondalersa.org.nz Lunch Monday to Friday Midday to 2pm Dinner Every Night Check out Andys Scrumptious $10 Early Bird Specials Name the Restaurant and be in to Win a $40 Dinner Voucher and a Bottle of Wine 3543645AA Advertising Feature entertainment Dining& $4 23p p DINNER: Yakitori (BBQ) & Sapporo Tap Beer Bring in this advert for a 10% DISCOUNT offer expires end of March SPECIAL OPENING MENU L SPECIA OPENING MENU SPECIALO P ENING MENU SPECIAL OPENING MENU C Cook for the whole family at your oo o the oe amilyatyo CCook for e whole fa i a our own table from $48 2-3 people own table from $48 2-3 people 399 Great North Rd, Henderson Ph: 838 4466 Japanese Restaurant The owner of introduces 0508 926264 OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WANANGA.AC.NZ enrol now education FoR eveRyone AUCKLAND | WHAKATĀNE | WHANGAREI MT ALBERT CAMPUS, SITUATED AT UNITEC ENTRY 1, 95 CARRINGTON RD, BUILDING 8, AUCKLAND AD1133WSTNLDR s e eu satthe ngapuhi Festival SATURDAY 5 TH MARCH BARRY CURTIS PARK, MANUKAU 9AM -- 4PM SCHOLARSHIPS AVAIL ABLE CONDITIONS APPLY CERTIFICATE STUDY In Te Reo, Business, Tourism, and Foundation programmes (ZERO FEES)* DEGREE STUDY Education, Māori Performing Arts, and Environment Studies MASTERS TO PHD MASTERS - Māori Studies and Indigenous Studies. PhD in Education, Māori, Indigenous & Environment Studies MAKE TE WHARE WĀNANGA O AWANUIĀRANGI YOUR CHOICE FOR EDUCATION IN 2011! WE'VE GOT WHAT YOU NEED! FROM FOUNDATION TO CERTIFICATE, DEGREES TO MASTERS AND PhD PROGRAMMES. And the Winner is... by: Mitch Albom Thanks to: Glover Real estate; Titirangi Pharmacy; Hardware Café; Coopers Creek, Fairy Flower Shop Directed by: Richard Purro "A fast and funny comedy that lampoons Hollywood award ceremonies" 15 -- 26 March Titirangi Theatre Lopdell House Tickets from iTicket and Titirangi Pharmacy (817-7658) For ticket prices and further information visit our website www.titirangitheatre.co.nz Get the paper online News flash: Suburban Newspapers staff, from left: Sales director Jason Hussey, web editor Justin Latif and general manager David Penny go online for all the benefits of the new e-editions. Photo: OLIVER LI Can't wait to get home and read your Western Leader? 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Big family day in the park A family carnival will mark Children's Day in Mt Eden at Potters Park on Sunday from 3pm to 6.30pm. There will be sports, activities, celebrities, food and live entertain- ment. A fun zone will be set up for children with a bouncy castle, face paint- ing, magnetic fishing, grid hunt, lucky dip, activity books and colouring competitions. There will be food stalls including a saus- age sizzle, crepes, donuts, icecream, candy floss and coffee but people are welcome to pack a picnic and come along to enjoy the after- noon. Representatives from the New Zealand Break- ers basketball team, Blues rugby team and Junior Warriors will host a variety of games and sports for the whole fam- ily with some great prizes to be won. There will also be a charity auction with some great items up for grabs including a Blues rugby jersey signed by team members and bas- ketballs signed by New Zealand Breakers. All proceeds raised will be donated to Crackerjack Kids -- a resource for pri- mary school teachers that uses game play in innovative ways to teach character traits such as honesty, loyalty, respect and life skills. Tastes of Japan in Henderson Shibuya Restaurant: Authentic Japanese cuisine in the heart of Henderson. Japan's distinctive cuisine is yours to enjoy at Shibuya Japanese Restaurant, a tranquil oasis of fine flavours and excellent service in the heart of Henderson. Here the authentic style of Japanese food can be found -- tasty, healthy dishes prepared by traditional methods, presented and served with the elegance and style that makes this cusine unique. The lunch menu offers everything from a light snack to a full meal. It includes popular Japanese delicacies like sushi and sashimi, a selection of appetisers, the lunch box featuring salmon, chicken, fish and vegetables, donburi, and the steamboat -- a popu- lar choice for groups. The dinner menu is more extensive, with a large range of appetisers ioncluding spring rolls, edamame and octopus. Katsu -- Japanese style cutlets -- of pork, beef or chicken are on the menu, along with yakitori, mussel soup, noodle dishes, sushi and sashimi, tempura, donburi and the Shibuya dinner box which can be ordered for one or two people. All dishes can be ordered to take away as well as for dining in the restaurant. Pick up a loyalty card when you visit Shibuya and receive a free dinner box or lunch box as a reward for being a reg- ular diner. Shibuya is fully licensed and offers a selection of New Zealand wines along with an extensive range of sake. Diners are welcome to bring their own wine. Shibuya Japanese Restaurant is located at 399 Great North Rd, Henderson. It's open for dinner Mondays to Saturdays from 6pm till late and for lunch Tuesdays to Fridays from 11.30am to 3.00pm. For bookings, phone 838-4466.
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