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MORRAE STEPHEN Morrae Stephen has a love for all things vintage and pretty. This shows strongly in her beautiful Puhoi based Boutique Barn B&B, wedding venue, furniture hire and styling business. She is beyond grateful to be able to partner with Junction from its beginning, on special events and working alongside other talented creatives.
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04 SPOTLIGHT 800 WORDS
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WARKWORTH STARS ON THE SMALL SCREEN WORDS
Warkworth has a starring role in the comedy/ drama TV series 800 Words, where it has been renamed as the fictional town of Weld. The show follows widower George Turner, a popular newspaper columnist (hence the title 800 words) after he impulsively quits his job in Australia and buys a house in a remote seaside town in New Zealand. That’s where Warkworth enters the scene. “Warkworth was chosen as a location because it evokes the essence of a small New Zealand town, one that most folks would like to live in – a mix of the old and new and very photogenic,” says Chris Bailey, Managing Director of South Pacific
Pictures and Executive Producer of the show.
hub of the town,” says Chris.
“When our hero George Turner decided he’d like to move back here from Sydney, he needed to feel it really was the place he’d like to bring his kids to.”
“The locals of Warkworth have been welcoming to the film crew and actors. We’ve had terrific support from the local community and our team are always very aware of trying not to impinge on the daily goings on in the town,” says Chris.
George’s two teenage children, Shay and Arlo, are caught off-guard by the move. Luckily, the family are welcomed by the colourful characters of Warkw- uh I mean Weld. “Weld, being fictional, is actually a mix of many locations, from the surrounds of North Auckland, as well as West Coast beaches and even the Manukau Harbour stretching as far as Huia. But we always come back to Warkworth as being the
“Occasionally we ask for understanding with regards to bigger impact scenes, but most of the locals see the positive side of it all. It does mean there’s money coming into the community, with location fees that we pay, not only for filming but also for crew bases. There are frequently coffees and snacks being bought by our crews as well.”
800 Words debuted in 2015 and is now in its third season. It’s a joint effort, being co-produced by South Pacific Pictures from New Zealand and Seven Productions from Australia. The show has won a couple of awards so far. Erik Thomson, who plays the lead role of George Turner, won a Silver Logie (Australia’s version of an Emmy) for Best Actor in 2016. Melina Vidler, who plays his daughter Shay, won a Logie for Most Outstanding Newcomer. 800 Words was also nominated for Best Drama Program and Most Outstanding Drama Series. The third season will be returning soon to TV One and The Seven Network in Australia. “There are still eight episodes to screen both here and in Australia, so we hope it remains popular,” says Chris. He believes that the show is a great showcase for the photogenic surroundings. “I think it brings tourists into the area,” he said. “800 Words is screened in several countries around the world, and filming in attractive locations such as this certainly adds to tourist interest in the beautiful parts of our country.” Chris said that the filming around Warkworth has already attracted a few local spectators. “We see small groups of folks watching filming – most are very supportive and just keen to see how things operate,” he says. Regular TV watchers will recognise a few familiar faces. Peter Elliot, who plays Bill McNamara in 800 Words, has appeared on Shortland Street and Gloss, as well as several movies such as Heavenly Creatures. John Leigh, who plays Constable Tom, has appeared in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, as well as Shortland Street, Mercy Peak, and Outrageous Fortune. “Most of our cast are either from Australia or New Zealand towns and cities,” says Chris. “We like to use local extras where possible.” So keep your eyes peeled for the rest of season three – you might even see someone you know. www.southpacificpictures.co.nz
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Matavino epitomises the diversity of the Matakana wine region by growing the ancient Italian red varieties Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo, plus Chardonnay and Vidgnier. Cellar Door opens every Saturday and Sunday until Easter, 12-5pm 6 Hamilton Road, Warkworth Ph: 021 621 124 | www.matavino.co.nz
SANCTUARY FOR THE ENDANGERED WORDS
“A sanctuary in nature’s paradise” is the strapline for Miller’s Ark. For once, the advertising is true. Nestled behind the sand dunes of Pakiri Beach is a lush sub-tropical garden, an extraordinary and eccentric home, a rentable studio and gorgeous rustic wedding venue. And it was all lovingly built and planted by hand over decades by Paul and Josephine Miller. You may know them as that nice couple tending the ‘I Love Pies’ stall at Matakana Farmers Markets. The pie business belongs to one of their daughters, but mum and dad keep up a local presence going by getting up at 5am every Saturday and opening the stall at 8. Hard work, (“and getting harder!” says Jo) but they love the busy market. These two definitely know how to put in the hard yards. Driving through the Pakiri paddocks to get to Miller’s Ark you’re eventually greeted by what hip gardeners would call a food forest. There’s a huge clump of highly productive banana trees, an orchard closely planted with pomegranates, figs, citrus and grapes; vege gardens, tropical flowers and an olive grove which has produced 200L of prize-winning oil in a year. They used to press it by hand, but now take it along to Whangaripo
Reptile Reptile Park Park Housed in the historic Kawau Boating Club, Bon Accord Bar & Bistro is open to the public, fully licensed (incl off-license) and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. We love our location and do our best to do Kawau Island proud. We sell hot coffee, fresh baking, petrol, diesel, ice (no salt), bait and general store items. Get there in your own boat, or catch a ferry from Sandspit.
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Valley’s Olive Place. Birds, bees and butterflies abound here. The birdlife is fiercely protected – there are endangered bittern and fernbirds in the many acres of pristine wetland behind the dunes, kookaburra and kaka in the bush, and dotterel, pied stilts and rare fairy terns on the wild miles of beach, just eight minutes’ walk from the olive grove. Paul bought the land with a group of other likeminded individuals when he was 21. He was a potter and had been living up on Pakiri hill. He built a bigger kiln down at the beach and made a good living from his work. Josephine arrived one day with friends… and never left. She was 24, immersed in the fashion world at Auckland’s ‘Tiger Moth’ boutique. She had “put it out to the universe that she was looking for a potter who lived by the beach.” She’s pretty sure there was a dog and a Landrover in there, too. Paul had told a friend he’d quite like a Sagittarian redhead. “Oh yes, we were definitely meant to meet. We couldn’t have done this with anyone else for a partner,” Josephine says. They smile at each other.
In the early years, the girls to the local country primary school in Tomorata. Josephine and Paul milked goats by hand to make cheese of some renown, which Jo drove down to city delicatessens. Paul meanwhile worked his clay and went about the endless job of finishing the house. The whole family moved down to Auckland for the girls’ secondary education and the couple returned with renewed vigour 15 years later. The garden was planted on sand; they laugh when asked how much compost they’ve hauled in by hand. “It’s nearly broken our bodies, but our souls are well nourished,” Josephine says. “I do feel that it might just be our life’s work – creating what is, to us, our Garden of Eden. Every person who comes here says it feels like a healing and relaxing place, and it’s wonderful to be able to bring that to people who need it.” The self-contained studio has been adored by many, and they’ve added to it with a tempting outdoor bath. As a wedding venue, it’s a picture of rustic romance, but they only host a couple annually. The marquee goes up at the far end of the olive grove. “They string lights through the trees… it’s very beautiful. We’ve got it down to a fine art now.”
Some couples have the ceremony on the beach then walk back to the garden for the reception. Glamping has worked well in the past, but there’s plenty of local accommodation at the Pakiri Beach Holiday Park and at Pakiri Beach Horse Rides. It’s always been a little remote out here, and that’s just how they like it. But Paul and Josephine are finding that there’s more action than ever along the beach. Te Araroa Walkway trampers often pop in – the Millers are ‘Trail Angels’. Weary travellers walking the length of New Zealand are welcome to pop in for some sustenance and to tend their aches and pains. This couple have cleverly reinvented themselves to support their vision for the land and their lifestyle, but new subdivisions along Pakiri Block Road are multiplying, and the exclusive Tara Iti Golf Club at nearby Te Arai attracts international guests. Peaceful vibrations at Millers Ark are now regularly replaced by the very loud vibrations of helicopters bearing wealthy golfers northward. Paul and Josephine may represent a new endangered species: the original Pakiri lifestylers. www.bookabach.co.nz – Miller’s Ark #20736
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NEW & NOTED DIVINE FEMININE Divine Feminine clinic launched at Tea & Tonic in February offering a range of holistic and therapeutic treatments for women in the heart of Matakana Village. Amanda, founder of Divine Feminine, graduated from Wellpark College with a Diploma in Therapeutic Massage and has spent 13 years as a remedial therapist in the wellbeing sector - predominately the 5-star spa environment where client care and comfort is of the utmost importance. With a keen interest in the connection between emotional wellbeing and its corresponding effect on physical health, Amanda understands how massage can be a valuable tool in helping to re-balance and assist the body’s natural healing ability. Each treatment is personalised using a combination of aromatherapy, sound, trigger point therapy and specialised massage techniques to meet each client’s specific needs. email@example.com www.facebook.com/divinefemininenz
A new adventure in the heart of Matakana.
Ollio Designs combine concrete and resin to create one of a kind wearable pieces.
Matakana River Tours has teamed up with Standup Matakana to offer this unique experience:
Their necklaces and brooches pair polished concrete with brighter pops of colour from translucent resin and are finished with sterling silver chains or brooch backs.
A leisurely guided paddle down the river with a boat ride back relaxing with a beverage!
Handmade in Leigh each piece is unique.
Perfect for groups, work and team building events. For more information and bookings head online to www.matakanarivertours.co.nz www.matakanarivertours.co.nz 021 046 9426
The current works encase lichen within resin that contrasts the more industrial look of concrete. Ollio Designs are working on their next collection, which will be available online in autumn. Custom design is available and can be ordered via email. Info@ollio.co.nz www.ollio.co.nz
GLAMPING AT MARTINS BAY HOLIDAY PARK Experience Kiwi camping at its finest by trying out Auckland Council’s new glamping tent at Martins Bay Holiday Park. No longer do you have to battle with ropes, lost pegs or finding the perfect spot – it’s all done for you. The tent at Martins Bay comes furnished with a queen size bed plus additional single beds to accommodate up to two more, linen (excluding towels), table, chairs, fridge, kettle, toaster and cooking utensils. ‘Glampers’ are provided with outdoor furniture to enjoy the picturesque views and have access to the holiday park amenities and services. www.martinsbayholidaypark.co.nz 0800 624 7275
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Book an amazing holiday experience right on your doorstep! Fantastic facilities, beachfront caravans, tourist flats, cabins and powered sites. It’s incredible value. Safe swimming, fishing, all tide boat ramp, great walks, picnic spots, vineyards and attractions nearby. Book now: visit martinsbayholidaypark.co.nz phone 0800 624 7275 or 09 425 5655 email firstname.lastname@example.org NZ Ltd
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CHRISTEL COMMUNITY GARDEN A new community garden initiative is underway in Wilson Road, Warkworth. Coordinated by Ursula Christel and Jacques Robinson and inspired by the slogan: inclusion – creativity – connection, the Christel Community Garden is being developed on private land owned by the Christel Family Trust. Space will be allocated for raised garden beds, an orchard With bees, chickens and a spot to regenerate some native bush. A barn has recently been renovated into a studio, designed to provide a range of creative and educational classes and group meetings. Anyone wishing to contribute in any way and become part of this collaborative project can contact Ursula or Jacque by email or on facebook.
GARAGE SALE MOVES
Warkworth Wellsford Hospice’s popular Garage Sale has moved and is now open three days a week, downstairs in Tui House at 47 Morrison Drive, Warkworth.
D’Occasion is a French antique furniture store that has just opened in Warkworth.
In addition to its regular Wednesday hours of 7am to 11am, the Garage Sale is also open from 9am to 4pm on Thursdays and Fridays. All money raised from the Garage Sale goes directly to support your local hospice provide free palliative care and support to patients and families in our community. The extended hours bring more opportunity for volunteer roles. If you can spare a few hours please drop in and ask for John, or call if you'd like to help. 47 Morrison Drive, Warkworth 09 425 9535
A love of French culture led owner Fleur Auber, husband Dan and their children to live in south west France for seventeen months where they hand-picked interesting pieces to bring back to New Zealand. From gorgeous buffets, wash stands, side tables, mirrors and lights to bottles, ceramics and plates. Currently operating out of their garage just 2km from Warkworth – pop in for a coffee and a browse. Check Facebook for the address and opening times. www.facebook.com/doccasionNZ
ANDREA GRAHAM THERAPIST Andrea Graham specialises in therapy for emotional issues including depression and anxiety, issues from childhood experiences or trauma, and current stress in life. Andrea has expertise in supporting parenting and the needs of children. There is a rapidly growing demand for her services, so Andrea is delighted to open new clinic locations including Wellsford, Warkworth and Albany. Her upcoming workshop dates are Albany 14 March, Wellsford 17 March and Warkworth 21 March; bookings are essential! Sign up to her newsletter and Facebook page for updates and details. www.andreagraham.co.nz 027 541 2518
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R E TA I L T H E R A P Y
The Matakana Coast is a popular location for wedding venues, but a trail of unique and beautiful homewares and gifting stores like MooiMooi also make it a great destination for that perfect gift. MooiMooi, which is Dutch and Afrikaans for ‘beautiful’, is one of those special stores with a carefully curated a range of handmade and eco ranges for the newlyweds to create a home. Wonki Ware ceramics, dinnerware
and tableware make gift choice easy with prices ranging from $14 to $149. You can also choose from bed linens and eco-soy candles from New Zealand brands Penney + Bennett and Mark Antonia, well priced limited-edition prints by Paper Collective, handmade boxwood knives and hand-blown glassware from Pallares and Beldi. Gift cards and wish lists ensure the bride and groom receive the things they want and need, and
group gifting make larger items like handmade Nodi rugs affordable. For more gifting ideas or to start your gift registry visit them in-store: 650 Matakana Road, Matakana. Open Wednesday – Sunday, 10am-4pm www.mooimooi.co.nz
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WILD HEARTS PHOTOS
Photographer: Brijana Cato Photography Stylists: Sam from Black Sand Event Styling / Morrae Steven / Maddie Long Models: Emily Jenifer, Unique Models / Reuben / Paula / Madison / Alexa / ‘Polly’ the Bulldog Location: Kaipara Flats Florist: Miss Botanicals Hair Stylist: Muse Hair Makeup Artist: Amy Ryan Make-Up Bride’s Look 1: ‘Maya Dress’ by Brooke Tyson Ritual Bride’s Look 2: ‘Rhea Dress’ by Brooke Tyson Ritual Bouquet - Miss Botanicals Earrings and Ring - Kowhai Coast Jewellers Hair Accessory and Shoes – Stylist Own Groom’s Look 1: Shirt and Braces – Warkworth Menswear Trousers – Two Boutique Groom’s Look 2: Suit, Shirt, pocket Square – Warkworth Menswear Buttonhole - Miss Botanicals
Mother of the Bride: Sky dress, Head Piece, Glacia shoes, Silk print bag, Earrings and Sterling Ring – Katya Maker Boutique Bridesmaids: Models Own Clothing Jewellery – Kowhai Coast Jewellers Stylist’s Hair Accessories Main Table: Table and Chairs and Table accessories: Boutique Barn / Vintage Hire. Plates - Morris and James Bowls - Green With Envy Table Flowers - Miss Botanicals Vase - Black Sand Event Styling Rose – Brick Bay Winery
Stockists: Amy Ryan www.amyryan.co.nz Boutique Bar www.boutiquebarn.co.nz / Vintage Hire 021 123 7511 Black Sand Event Styling 027 968 2030 Brijana Cato Photography www.brijanacato.com Brooke Tyson www.brooketysonritual.com Warkworth Menswear www.warkworthmenswear.co.nz Two Boutique www.facebook.com/twomatakana Katya Maker Boutique www.katyamaker.com Kowhai Coast Jewellers www.kowhaicoastjewellers.co.nz Miss Botanicals www.facebook.com/missbotanicals Muse Hair www.musehair.co.nz Green With Envy www.greenwithenvy.co.nz Morris and James www.morrisandjames.co.nz Brick Bay Wines www.brickbay.co.nz
Hanging Daybed: Cushions and Lanterns - Green With Envy Fabrics and Cushions - Black Sand Event Styling Cocktail Area: Green Vintage Table – Vintage Hire Velvet Chair, Mirror, Table Accessories – Black Sand Event Styling Cocktail Shaker - Green With Envy
THE BEACH HOUSE, KAWAU PHOTOS
It’s hard to imagine a more perfect location for a wedding. The Beach House Kawau is an unforgettable romantic location situated in Vivian Bay with its white sandy beach, tree lined hills, palm trees, crystal clear water and amazing sunsets. The stylish licenced restaurant with its large decks and terraces is built right down to the sand and will make entertaining your guests a truly memorable occasion.
The personal service and experience shows when discussing your wedding plans with your hosts Vicki and Alan. They are very happy to meet you and help you plan your day. The food that they produce is always a highlight. Guests can stay in the onsite accommodation or be ferried to and from the mainland at any given time. The sea plane is always a nice way for the
bride to arrive. If it’s a sandy beach, stars at night, palm trees and that feeling of being somewhere special where personal service, fine food served in an elegant setting and onsite accommodation is important then the Beach House Kawau has it all. www.kawaubeachhouse.co.nz
Jenny’s Bridal has been taking care of brides for 35 years. Located in Birkenhead A One-Stop-Shop.
At Kleur Gallery, we offer bespoke, artisan gifts for weddings with a difference. Gifts made with love by local and New Zealand artists and designers.
Open 7 days - By Appointment only. Free viewing By Appointment only. Consultations $50.
Gift registry service available.
Kleur Gallery & Makerspace, 2A Kapanui Street, Warkworth www.kleurgallery.com | email@example.com | 09 420 3610
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 09 419 5444 or 021 802 002
Bringing happy tears, laughter & fun to your Wedding Day Carlie Blanchett-Burton (09) 425 5695 - 021 201 1954 www.celebrantcarlie.co.nz email@example.com
Nails, Tanning, Waxing, Facials, Brows and Brow Feathering
Is a unique lodge nestled on the edge of the crystal clear waters of Vivian Bay. We offer boutique beachfront, courtyard and bush cottage accommodation in a quintessential New Zealand setting of native bush, birds and pristine beaches.
Vivian Bay | Kawau Island | 09 422 8850 www.kawaubeachhouse.co.nz
The Villa - 44 Matakana Valley Road Matakana ~ 021 709 704 17
NUKU – ECO-PRINTCESS Humans have used plants to dye fabrics for centuries. Now this art form is being revisited by those who mindfully produce “slow fashion” in their search for images and colour in nature. Nuku was created by Karen Williamson, a local artist who has a passion for creating beautiful eco-printed silk scarves and clothing. “My textile work captures the life force of my environment on natural fibres using leaves, bark, flowers and seeds, representing a sense of place and season. Papatūānuku, the earth mother, is cared for by using sustainable and ethical principles – in taking from the earth, Nuku gives back to the earth.” The garments are upcycled from previous lives, consistent with Nuku’s sustainable ethos. With Nuku textiles, you also know exactly who created your clothes. Karen’s Instagram, @nukutextiles, gives insight into the products and the processes used to create them. Karen uses native plants for many of her creations, along with a diversity of other species, and each piece has a list of the plants used, on its label. There is a luscious quality to the scarves and clothing, a bit like rolling in the leaves imprinted on the textiles. Nuku textiles are natural, fascinating and a little opulent. They are a treasure in anyone’s wardrobe and make wonderful gifts, especially when you want to send someone a unique flavour of Aotearoa. Nuku products can be found at local outlets Kleur Gallery, Tea & Tonic, Twig & Bloom. They are also available online at www.nuku.net.nz and other outlets throughout Aotearoa. www.nuku.net.nz
ANNE HOLMAN MARRIAGE CELEBRANT Anne Holman is a Registered Marriage Celebrant and Event Planner and has performed wedding ceremonies all over Auckland for the last six years, including locations in the Matakana area. Anne is based in Point Wells. Anne’s previous experience of Event Planning also gives her a unique and practical insight into the many options available for couples getting married. There’s a lot to think about when you’re getting married and Anne’s style is relaxed and friendly and always professional. She’d be happy to meet with you to discuss your plans. 0274 938 279 | www.rsvpevents.co.nz Advertorial
Create a forever keepsake that captures the essence of your floral bouquet on natural fibres. Nuku uses the art of eco-dyeing to infuse fabric of your choosing with unique patterns and colours from your cherished bouquet. Talk to Karen at Nuku or enquire at Twig and Bloom Matakana, and explore the possibilities. www.nuku.net.nz 027 63 65 610 firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes! We have stocks of all our wines Contact Gary 021 896698 or buy online
www.matakanamotel.co.nz In the heart of Matakana Village. Seven studios with tea/coffee facilities. Ten 2-brm self-contained units, one with spa bath (wheel chair access available). Heated outdoor pool, gym, playground, laundry facilities, BBQ, WiFi, Sky, aircon. Plenty of space and comfort for your wedding guests.
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1. Belt and Barfly Eau De Toilette - Two Boutique 09-423 0101 2. Padlock and Watch – www.fossickandfind.co.nz 3. Beard Balm, Hair Pomade, Natura Deodorant, Natural Bristle Shaving Brush, Bamboo Toothbrush, Nail Brush, Frolic Ceramic Plate - Tea and Tonic 09-422 9083 4. Cuff Links, Copper Rings, Leather Bracelets, Bone Carved Pendant – www.kleurglass.com 5. Leather Washbag, Weekend Bag, Wanderlust Passport Holder – www.greenwithenvy.co.nz 6. Turkish Towel, Coconut SPF50 Sunscreen, Coconut Body wash – www.mooimooi.co.nz 7. Thomson NZ Whiskey – Matakana Liquor 09-422 7099 8. Hip Flask, Groom and Best Man Cuff Links, Teek Leather Wallet, Manicure Set – www.warkworthmenswear.co.nz 9. The Art of Kissing, Guide to Manly Health and Training – Matakana Village Bookshop 09-423 0315 10. Oscar and Franks Sunnies – The Bach Matakana 09-422 7477
Warkworth Menswear has all your wedding needs covered. From shirts, suits and shoes. Cuff-links and ties. We even do Rembrandt suit hire. 09 425 8408 www.facebook.com/warkworthmenswear 18 Queen Street, Warkworth 20
Set in the romantic countryside of Matakana, Sculptureum specialises in food, wine and wonder, offering the perfect package and backdrop for a lifetime of lasting memories that’s uniquely yours. The 25-acre property boasts an award-winning vineyard, three sculpture-filled gardens, six indoor galleries, Miro function room and Rothko Restaurant.
team will assist you with all preparations leading up to the event, ensuring that your dream day is all that you expected and more.
twists on NZ Cuisine with a farm-to-table approach, embracing local seasonal produce, promising to inspire and delight your guests.
The property boasts extensive gardens, that change with the seasons, which your guests can wander through over a glass of champagne, whilst you and your bridal party utilise our unique surroundings for your memorable photographs.
The chef will happily work with you to make sure your menu is perfect for your day and your wines matched for the occasion.
Whether you’re looking to arrange an intimate ceremony or a grand reception, our dedicated
Rothko, our restaurant, specialises in modern
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Adrian Hailwood to show his Winter collection and following Summer collection Friday April 6th, 12:30pm at Rothko at Sculptureum Price - $185 Price from Auckland return - $225 inc mini bottle of Laurent Perrier Champagne to enjoy on your ride Canapés and champagne on arrival, followed by 3 course menu, matched with wine. Pop-up Adrian Hailwood store on the day. 10% of proceeds go to Matakana School Best dressed gets a $150 Rothko at Sculptureum voucher To book, go to www.sculptureum,nz and click Adrian Hailwood Fashion Show
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MINNIESDALE CHAPEL On a stunning site overlooking the Oruawharo River, Minniesdale Chapel is the oldest surviving church in South Albertland. The timber framework and stainedglass windows of this little Gothic building were brought to New Zealand from England by the Rev. E. S. Brookes (snr) a driving force behind the 1860s Albertland Emigration Scheme. George Wilcockson erected the Chapel on land donated by Hovey Brookes, Rev Brookes’ son. Minniesdale opened for worship in December 1867; nine weeks later Henry Marsh married Elizabeth Jerome in the Chapel’s first wedding ceremony. A listed Historic Places Trust building, Minniesdale Chapel has been in use for 150 years and can be hired for private functions. Seating 60 comfortably, the Chapel is ideal for an intimate wedding. Locals with expertise are on hand to make any event memorable. Clare Hayward is a registered Marriage Celebrant, email@example.com 021 0484789 09 4238994 Nearby Wharehine Hall, also seats 60 and has hosted many wedding receptions. Wharehine caterer Linda Casci, firstname.lastname@example.org, can customise a menu and create cakes to order. Liz’s Party Hire, 021 2665188, will dress any venue with chair covers, sashes, tablecloths, napkins, vases, ceiling fabric and a variety of candle holders. www.minniesdale.com
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TAWHARANUI LODGE Tawharanui - memories and romance comes to mind, with beautiful beaches and stunning scenery. Just minutes from Matakana, Tawharanui Lodge has now become one of the area’s leading wedding venues. This idyllic location offers magical spaces, in the lodge or in the exquisite marquee, which seat between 10 and 130 guests, for the wedding of your dreams. The Lodge is nestled on a private estuary with native bush, creating the perfect backdrop for wedding and ceremonies. It is all about romance, with weddings and romantic stays, the focus. A destination that is exclusive to your guests and family. Jill and Peter have decades of experience with hospitality and weddings, as their main focus. “We are here to create a celebration that you have dreamed of, by providing flexibility in the menus and decorations to create your perfect day”. The lodge seats up to 40 guests, enabling you to share your occasion over the weekend with those special friends and family. There is accommodation onsite, with eight ensuite rooms so that guests can stay over, continuing the celebration the following morning with a buffet brunch. Special packages are available for winter weddings, on a smaller more intimate scale. No matter when, we are here for you, with a passion to make your occasion memorable. email@example.com
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REVISION SEWING SERVICE Do you have a big day on the horizon? Revision Sewing Service provides a professional alteration service for bridal gowns, bridesmaidsâ€™ dresses and mother of the bride outfits. They also have a small selection of pretty flower girl dresses. Just a few of the services they provide include resizing, restyling, and hemming. For men they do full suit jacket tailoring, or you may only require hemming or waist adjustment to trousers. A dry-cleaning service is available to freshen up garments from your wardrobe, or to clean up any stains after the big event. For the last five years, Revision Sewing has also been doing all kinds of repairs and alterations, and are available to shorten and taper sleeves and pant legs, take in and let out waists, add false hems, replace broken zippers, reline jackets and skirts, even in leather garments. For bridal wear please call and make an appointment with Jo; for all other items just pop in. Open Mon to Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 9am-12pm. Shop 6, River View Plaza, Warkworth 09 425 9673
Flowerpower Northland specialises in weddings and functions. For over 10 years the greatest care has been taken to capture personalities and flair of the current event, to create the frame for your biggest day while staying within your budget. 0274 490464 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vanessa Lockett the creative force behind Miss Botanicals an experienced, qualified floral stylist specialising in creative and bespoke wedding flowers, events, and workshops for your hens do or team building event. Turning your Pinterest ideas into a reality while working within your budget. email@example.com 021 825 025
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The Concierge Passenger Service based in the Matakana region provides locals and visitors with a transport experience second to none. Two large vans accommodate 8 & 11 people in style and comfort. Modern and beautifully appointed interiors, these vans give you the experience of comfort and upscale transport. The Concierge Passenger Service can look after all your wedding transport needs. Whether you are looking for the Bride & Groom cars or transport for bridal party and/or guests, The Concierge Passenger Service is the service for you. Our beautiful convertible Mustang is available for special occasions. All our vehicles come with friendly and informative professional drivers, so your full transport needs are taken care of. Donâ€™t just get there, get there in style. 25
KAWAU BAY KITCHEN
Considering how much we promote our beautiful coastline in this region, there are surprisingly few places you can have a meal and look out on the sea. It’s time to add a venue to that small list. Dominic and Christina Hodge have opened Kawau Bay Kitchen upstairs at the Sandspit Yacht Club. It is open Thursday to Sunday for lunch and dinner, and catering is available seven days a week for special functions. You can sit outdoors on the deck and the gorgeous view over the marina to
Rainbow’s End is gorgeous. Dominic is a Kiwi who honed his chef skills in France and Italy. After returning home, he’s spent the last decade building a successful catering business in and around Auckland. Christina was born in Canada and after many years as a flight attendant and chief steward in the yachting industry moved to New Zealand with Dominic to raise a family and continue her career in the service industry. Starting Kawau Bay
Kitchen with Dominic is a natural next move. “This is what we love doing. It allows us to do what we’re good at while giving us more time together as a family.” You don’t have to be a member of the yacht club to dine there so everyone is welcome. Dominic likes to focus on high quality ingredients from local suppliers, classic kiwi fare and of equal importance: affordability. “We have kept all the prices competitive," explains Christina. “We want
this to be a place that locals frequent because they love the atmosphere, the quality and value we provide. We want our customers to feel the same sense of pride that we do.” Kawau Bay Kitchen offers an amazing wine selection and local beers from Leigh Sawmill. The menu is relaxed and includes favourites like fish and chips, burgers and curry. Dominic also comes up with new specials each weekend that are a little more refined. A new Malaysian sous chef is joining the team and there will be some dishes based on his unique skills. Bookings are encouraged as most Friday and Saturday nights are full. Christina also welcomes any enquiries for weddings, birthday parties or other social occasions. So, set sail for this unique dining location soon and enjoy the amazing view, the delicious food and the relaxed atmosphere. We do like to be beside the seaside. firstname.lastname@example.org 021 161 5045
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As you pull into the pretty tree lined driveway at Morris & James, it’s hard to believe that 40 years ago all this was a neglected, gorse ridden farm. Now there is easy parking and the gentle sound of chirping birds, and gravel underfoot. It is the perfect backdrop to feed your soul with art and steal some time for a coffee. Now there is another reason to visit Morris & James. Looking for a new challenge, Patrick Griffiths, has brought his successful Waiheke Island Café ‘Ringawera’ (aptly translated as ‘hot hands’) to Matakana. Baked goods fresh from the oven are at the heart of Patrick’s Café, including his special recipe ciabatta for the burger buns that will be sorely missed on Waiheke Island. Gluten-free options are available with the polenta chips coming highly recommended.
food, salads and burgers. New ideas include collaboration with the artisans to create serveware for the Café and live weekend entertainment by Patrick’s band. But change takes time and Patrick is discerning about how he can add a new twist while respecting the rich legacy that is Morris & James. 09 422 7484
Patrick bakes from scratch using quality ingredients with no additives or preservatives and organic where possible. Stop in after a bike ride and refuel with a ‘Bronut’ - a decadent brioche filled with custard and jam. Grab some irresistibly flaky croissants made with pure NZ butter for a weekend lunch, or drool over the frangipani tarts created with seasonal fruits. Ringawera is a great option as a new local brunch spot to catch up with friends and whanau. Sit under the cherry tree for a relaxed Matakana experience as the kids play in the castle nearby. You can order a coffee in Te Reo Maori by following the signs and let the smell of fresh bread and coffee uplift your spirit. Plans for the Café include reinvigorating the menu and wine list while maintaining the brunch and lunch menu, which includes pizzas, fresh cabinet
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SIMPLE PANKO CRUMBED FISH & CHIPS
Food doesn’t have to be complicated to be tasty and healthy. Since opening in 2009, FRESH Mangawhai food-store and café has focused on quality, fresh, delicious food. Sourcing items directly from artisan suppliers and markets, together with an in-house commercial kitchen that produces over 40 products, has been critical to the success of this family run business. This focus has led also to the store being an integral part of daily life for many Mangawhai residents and visitors. Simple Panko Crumbed Fish & Chips • Agria Potatoes • Tarakihi (or other white fish) fillet, sliced in two • Panko Breadcrumbs • Free-Range Egg
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• Courgette • Cherry Tomatoes • Aioli • Pesto oil • Lemon Peel and slice the potatoes to chip size, lightly dust in flour, salt and pepper and place in hot oil in a 200 degree pre-heated fan oven for approx. 20 minutes, turning every 5 minutes. Arrange 3 bowls; one with flour, one with a beaten egg and salt and pepper, and one with panko breadcrumbs. Coat the fillet with flour, egg, and crumbs then lightly shallow pan fry in oil for
Serve the fish with chips and salad with a little pesto oil, aioli and a wedge of lemon alongside. This is a light and fresh meal bursting with flavour, allowing the ingredients to speak for themselves. The recipe is deliberately simple with no set quantities in order that the cook can create and enjoy, rather than be constrained. All ingredients are available in store at FRESH Mangawhai. www.freshathome.co.nz
ANDREA GRAHAM THERAPY Drawing on a career of 30 years across specialist and holistic roles in the health, disability and education fields, Andrea respects the significance of our life experiences and the impact this has on well-being. Emotional health directly impacts learning and physical health, so to be smart and healthy, the emotional body needs attention too. Research shows that families are dealing with increasing stress, anxiety, behavioural, emotional, learning and developmental needs. Andrea has extensive experience supporting children and young people with Autism and attachment too. She can deliver support with expertise and empathy to overcome these difficulties. Andrea is a natural with children and teens and believes “Future leaders and innovators have the best start with informed and caring parents who have support. Andrea’s highly regarded workshops on child development, emotional and behaviour support strategies start in March. Her extensive knowledge will be delivered in a caring manner, backed with evidence-based neuroscience and a focus on resolving issues. For a confidential appointment or to register for a workshop contact Andrea today. 027 541 2518 | www.andreagraham.co.nz
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Q&A WITH THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF BOATHOUSE BAY
Award winning landscape architects Boffa Miskell have brought their expertise in landscape architecture to the Boathouse Bay development, Snells Beach, enhancing the value and sustainability of the natural, built and social environment. Renowned landscape architect Rachel de Lambert and her team have taken the lead in creating a unique landscape design, which includes revegetation of grazed pasture and, working with coastal process specialist Jim Dahm, restoration of sand dunes. What natural characteristics of this site really appealed to you when you first visited? The site is amazing in terms of its natural attributes, it’s tucked in at the end of Snells Beach with a forested escarpment and headland behind and the long sweep of the bay in front. A totally dramatic New Zealand coastal landscape.
What were the key elements that you wanted to include in the design? We were keen to set the scene for a community of people living in a really special environment who would know each other and feel part of a small enclave, not a gated community but a place set apart from the norm. Boathouse Bay isn’t a suburban development it’s designed as a community where public, communal and private meld into a special living environment. It’s like a mews development where the shared space sets stage for people feeling they belong. What features have been incorporated to allow this to be the low-maintenance property that the buyers are looking for? We’re creating a very low maintenance, rough, coastal look, using indigenous plants that grow naturally here on the coast. We are investing in plants for the long term, quality species chosen to
look after themselves after a few years. All the other materials we use will be hard-wearing as well and belong to this landscape – from shells to hardwood. What elements have been incorporated to future proof the design? The main future proofing lies in the levels of the site; sea level rise and coastal storms are obviously a key consideration so the house floor levels as well as the level of the actual site have been carefully set in that respect. Then it comes back to materials and plant selection, we have specified hardy, robust native plants and durable materials with an eye to longevity. At the end of the day there’s no such thing as ‘no maintenance’ but Boathouse Bay has been designed with consideration given to nature of the environment and to how people want to live. www.boathousebay.co.nz
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Mangawhai has a new romantic accommodation option for honeymooners or others wanting to cosy up with each other and forget about the rest of the world.
the two designer pods – named Manuka and Kowhai – both have large bay windows that look out over a picturesque pond. Some guests have described it as ‘living inside a painting’.
Music store owner John Eady and his wife, photographer Kelley Eady Loveridge, have created the two private pods that are getting rave reviews on Airbnb for their unique and ‘zen-like’ style.
“The window seat almost feels like you cantilever over the pond. There’s interesting birdlife and even a wild turtle, and we get some quite rare ducks coming in as well,” said John.
The property borders onto a wildlife reserve and
Most of the inside is clad with natural cork
– a carbon-neutral product which the couple imported from Portugal – adding to the organic feel. “The pods are very relaxing. One of the key comments we’ve had from people is that they all sleep very well,” said John. Each pod will sleep up to four, and the property is within walking distance of the bustling Mangawhai village, including the popular
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Bennett's Chocolate Factory & Café. “Our accommodation is perfect for couples who are honeymooning, as they’re very private units - designed in a way that you cannot see into one pod from the other,” says John. Add a little more romance with some star gazing in comfort: a big sky light directly over the beds in each room opens them up to the night sky. “We took inspiration from a number of places that we stayed, in New Zealand and overseas, when putting together the design elements. We wanted the pods to rest lightly on the edge of the pond, so there’s no concrete,” says John.
just because it’s the best view but also to keep them cool. We insulated them well – four times what is necessary from council perspective – so that helps keep the place warm in winter and cool in summer,” he says. The couple has been hands-on through the process – from project managing the build, to doing all the landscaping and even building the furniture. “We did most things ourselves. There’s no need for a professional designer – we just do it because we enjoy it.” www.facebook.com/mangawhaipods
“Mangawhai gets extremely hot in the summer so we have consciously faced the pods south, not
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‘It all started when someone said, “Can you make me a dining table?”’ William Worsp could indeed make that table and much more besides. Will grew up on a farm in the Waikato but spent quality time at the family bach in Raglan which is where he chose to start his furniture and interior design business.
Will and his wife Imogen are in the process of moving home and business to Matakana in order to enjoy the lifestyle of the area. Will is also hoping that his French cabinet-maker, Faustin Duprat, will join him in the north, although dragging him away from the surf at Raglan could be tricky.
WRW & Co. has been in business for five years and Will has just opened a showroom in Matakana on the corner of Leigh Road and Omaha Valley Road. ‘90% of our work is custom designed but the showroom is a great place to display our ideas and show customers some hands-on furniture to inspire them.’
While the current trend seems to be towards exotic timbers such as ash, oak and New Zealand Oregon, Will happily uses native timbers. ‘All our timber is from sustainable sources,’ he tells me as we admire the character and hidden stories contained in some of the recycled pieces in the showroom.
Will explains that a commission for one piece of furniture often leads to further work when he meets the client and discusses how the pieces will fit into their home. WRW & Co. works on everything from single, small pieces of furniture, through to full bar and restaurant fit-outs, and Will is happy to discuss anything in between. He has a beautiful website to inspire you, and the showroom is a great opportunity to literally get the feel of Will’s work and become inspired as you share his passion for handmade, beautiful furniture. www. wrw.co.nz
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Kathleen Isobel Greenwood is a “Pay It Forward” poster child. For half a century, the Tomarata stalwart has donated time and money to her community, lending a helping hand to community groups including the Plunket Society, Tomarata Primary school, Wellsford Patchwork Group, Brownies, Citizens Advice Bureau, the Tomarata Tennis Club and Lake Restoration Committee. This January, she received a well-deserved Queen’s Service Medal for her services to the Tomarata community. “I was raised to value helping others. I don’t feel that I’ve done anything out of the ordinary. It’s simply my social responsibility,” remarks Isobel with a smile. “I’ve fundraised for many years with a lovely
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bunch of ladies from the Forest Reserve branch of Rural Women NZ,” she says. “When we see how much we’ve raised for good causes such as the Westpac helicopter, breast cancer research and Hospice, there is a real sense of satisfaction.” Doing good deeds is a win-win scenario. Losing two family members last year left Isobel bereft, however she discovered that, “the support I gave to the community over the years came back to me a hundredfold during this difficult period.” With today’s hectic, hermetic, transient lives there’s more need than ever for close-knittedness. Thanks to social media, our “communities” have gone global, but many people don’t know their neighbours. Instagram followers can’t help if there’s a break in, a lost cat, or a child gone
walkabout after dusk nor can they pop over with a casserole in times of distress. Science has proven that the more we give, the happier we feel. Helping others increases self confidence, gives a sense of accomplishment, purpose and pride. Connecting with others can be just writing a note to someone who has helped you or holding the door open for a stranger. Those with some spare time could consider helping a cause or local group. No time? Set up an automatic monthly payment. The financial outlay might be less than a couple of lattes but such actions benefit the whole of society. In the words of Aesop: No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.
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WOMEN IN BUSINESS PROFILES
RACHEL MACFARLANE WHARF STREET BISTRO
NICOLE WARD, FOUNDER OF GREEN WITH ENVY HOMEWARE STORE
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Green With Envy was one of five companies worldwide to win the Retail Excellence Award at the Global Innovation Awards in Chicago, last year.
I studied sculpture, fashion design, and hospitality. I opened my first coffee bar and fashion boutique at age 18, worked in the film industry, and traveled the world working in hospitality. In 2006 we bought our first business, Fernielea Cafe in Coatesville and 2012 opened Cafe Bella-Monte in Belmont. Recently I've managed the Glasshouse at Brick Bay Wines, helped open the Sawmill Brewery smoko room; bought Wharf Street Bistro in Warkworth while I also manage Ransom winery and am raising two children. What unique skills and abilities do you feel women bring to your industry? Women bring great communication & organisation skills to hospitality, they add charisma and warmth to our business. Which female entrepreneur do you admire the most?
Provide a brief overview of your career background. Before I began GWE my background was marketing and sales in the travel industry; I also helped a friend set up a fashion brand, and worked in web design. What unique skills and abilities do you feel women bring to your industry? As women in the retail industry we understand how important it is to offer a service that exceeds expectations. We find ways to connect with customers, by communicating and engaging with them. Passion for interiors, and attention to detail are also strong attributes. Which female entrepreneur do you admire the most?
Firstly Annie Leibovitz, then Karen Walker and lately Lisa Messenger an Australian entrepreneur and author.
A retail entrepreneur I admire is fashion designer Karen Walker. She has stayed true to her own eccentric elegant style, and built a very successful brand that is now sold in hundreds of cities globally.
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Everyone has a story to tell, and Rebecka can help you tell yours. It’s all about finding the right audience and the perfect way to say it. Rebecka knows – she has more than ten years of international experience in media and communications.
Provide a brief overview of your career background.
“If you need a news story, press release, logo, marketing advice, or a website or blog, I can help,” says Rebecka.
I started selling houses when I was 23. I excelled in sales but decided that I wanted to take on a leadership role. After a few years as a manager I made an offer to my boss to become his business partner and that is when I became the Co-Director of the Harcourts: Warkworth and Snells Beach offices. What unique skills and abilities do you feel women bring to your industry?
After working in New Zealand, the Middle East and her native Sweden, Rebecka and her husband Reuben settled in Warkworth last year, where they started their own boutique agency: RK Communications.
Women often excel in real estate because they have a great sense for what people want and need. It can be quite an emotional time for people; women tend to have great empathy and the ability to be calm and helpful.
“We’ve worked in a range of industries – from technology and music to food and sustainability – with clients like Microsoft, Hotels.com, Absolut Vodka and Puhoi Cheese,” says Rebecka.
Which female entrepreneur do you admire the most?
“This area has been incredibly welcoming, and I would love to help more local businesses succeed.” Rebecka loves a challenge – her latest is horseback archery – so get in touch with her today.
My first real estate Manager/Owner. What challenges have you faced as a women in business or female business owner? I don’t consider being a “female” to be a challenge. My challenges would be the same as any woman or man. I just want to grow and shape my business and people to reach their highest potential. What advice would you offer to other female entrepreneurs? Have goals and strive for them. Think positively. Work hard. Put people first. Licensed Agent REAA 2008
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SWEET LOUISE Sweet Louise is a New Zealand charity that supports women and men who have incurable breast cancer. Known as secondary or stage four breast cancer, it affects about 600 New Zealanders at any given time. Sweet Louise, runs nationwide and strives to bring everyday comfort and joy to those who are living with secondary breast cancer. Sweet Louise members are given $500 worth of vouchers annually to use on helpful things like mastectomy underwear, wigs, massages and home and garden help. They also have support from regional support coordinators. Support coordinators spend time with members in their homes, at hospital and run monthly member meetings, where members can meet up and share experiences. This month Sweet Louise will hold a fundraiser at the wonderful Gibbs Farm sculpture park. The event is to be held on March 10th with all proceeds going towards helping men and women living with incurable breast cancer. www.sweetlouise.co.nz
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MANGAWHAI WOMENS INSTITUTE
In 1921 Miss Jerome Spencer founded the first Women's Institute. Full of plans, ideas and patriotic zeal at the beginning of World War 1 she envisaged filling the gap that Red Cross meetings had left in New Zealand Country Districts. Women's Institute is a non-profit community group who hold monthly meetings for women with diverse interests and support the local community in many ways. The Mangawhai group is affiliated to the Whangarei Federation and attend functions at other Women's Institute and in return they enjoy the activities held in Mangawhai. Annual Founders Day 21 February is celebrated by all of the groups together. Mangawhai Women’s Institute meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month, in the Mangawhai Library Hall at 1.30pm. A monthly competition table gives the members an
opportunity to display their diverse interests. Members enjoy a lively meeting often followed by an interesting speaker and a delicious afternoon tea. They are involved in catering and craft work donated to various charities, which includes making simple dolls for Whangarei hospital, quilts and knitting for Women's Refuge, rest homes and Plunket. During 2017, over $3000 was donated to local volunteer groups. Members enjoy a monthly coffee morning at a variety of local Cafés and visits to Matakana Cinemas and the Operatunity Shows in Whangarei. The major annual event, held at the Library Hall in early November, is the very successful Floral and Craft Show. Marie Fitt (President) 09 9483408 Jill Aitchison 022 414 0073
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WARKWORTH WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
Warkworth WI is alive and well and about to enter its 79th year. The numbers are smaller than in the past but the same enthusiasm is present when they gather at their monthly meetings. 97 years ago, the first Country Women’s Institute was founded in Hawkes Bay (following those in Canada and the UK) and it spread rapidly throughout NZ. The term “Country” in the title was dropped some years ago as WIs were formed in urban areas. City women wanted the same fun and fellowship as their country sisters.
Recently groups of younger women are showing an interest in joining WI to share or learn craft skills and enjoy friendship at evening meetings. We would love such a group to start here in Warkworth. Twice yearly Auckland North Federation group comprising Warkworth, Matakana, North Albertland, Coatesville, Hibiscus and Browns Bay meet to compete in crafts, floral arrangements and cookery sections as well as hearing great speakers. Together the WIs support North Shore Hospital Auxiliary with donations of knitted items
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lunchtime lectures are popular too,” says Colleen Julian, Centre Manager. The Women’s Centre Rodney recognises that women are still disadvantaged in our society, and works towards social change, advocating for equality and empowerment of all women. “We provide a safe, caring and confidential environment in central Warkworth. Mothers can drop in to feed their baby, any woman is welcome to meet a friendly face, or just take a moment for themselves in the library,” says Colleen. “With
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KAIPARA FLATS LIBRARY CELEBRATES 140 YEARS
The Kaipara Flats library was established in 1878, in the old school room, situated at the top end of Thomson Road. The teacher at the time held the position of librarian and was reputed to have spent much of his “schoolteaching” time reading library books. In October 1907 there were 1700 books and a growing school roll, so it was found necessary to erect a small library building in the school grounds. In 1917 both buildings were moved down the hill, on runners pulled by T. Gubb’s bullock team of eighteen and there the library remained until a new building, the present one, was built in 1925. The building is unusual, as it has never had electricity so visits had to be made in the daytime. For an evening meeting the chairman would bring his tilley lamps, one for the table and the other hung from the ceiling. The collection includes historical books on Kaipara Flats and surrounding districts, that are no longer available in other libraries. An honesty, selfhelp system is in place today, with subscribers holding their own keys. Subscriptions and fund-raising have kept the library funded and functioning to this day. Membership is only $15 per family per year. Kaipara Flats Pioneer Day: Wear 19th Century Costume and come along to enjoy music, art, poetry, tearooms, raffles, games, prizes and books. Bring coins for purchases. 2pm Sunday 25 March. 21 Old Kaipara Flats Road, Kaipara Flats.
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Frequenters of contemporary art galleries in Auckland will be familiar with Tatjana Panyoczki’s work. She’s been a full-time jeweller for two decades, with work in five galleries nationally and in Melbourne, too. Her deeply crafted pieces blur the lines between jewellery and sculpture. “I think of them really as objects that can be worn on the body,” she says. We meet in the home she shares with artist Peter Panyoczki and their son Janos in Kaiwaka. It’s a modest, barn-like building externally, but the interior possesses the kind of effortless European style one would expect from a Swiss/Hungarian couple who have spent their lives dedicated to the arts. Tatjana is dressed in jeans and a plain grey t-shirt, with no makeup and her curly hair tied back: she is wholesome, practical, contained. She makes tea and shows me what she’s putting together – a
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Saturday, 31 March, the 5-piece band will be playing at Matakana Country Park to farewell the summer, before heading back into the studio to record throughout autumn. The band has come a long way since they won Best New Act in 2000, and over the years they’ve consistently won awards and accolades with their unique blend of live drum and bass, dub, soul and liquid funk. It’s going to be quite a show, as Shapeshifter will be joined by hip hop and soul queen Ladi6, reggae/rock/roots band Kora, DJ collective Sunshine Sound System, along with LA-based producer and DJ Mr Carmack. Shapeshifter’s synth, guitar and sample master Sam Trevethick took time out to answer a few of our questions. What can people expect from this show?
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March is shaping up to be another great month of alternative Kiwi music at the Sawmill. On 3 March, Indie folk singer-songwriter Mel Parsons will play songs influenced by the likes of Cat Stevens, Tracey Chapman, Neil Young, Sinéad O’Conner and Bob Dylan. After travelling the globe, Parsons returned to New Zealand in 2007 to start recording her first album. Together with producer Shaun Elley she released Over My Shoulder in 2009 through her own label, Cape Road Recordings. Her music often echoes the landscapes of her life: Cape Foulwind on the West Coast of NZ, the Atacama Desert in Chile and the Rocky Mountains in Canada. In 2011 Mel released her second studio album, Red Grey Blue, with an allstar Kiwi musician guest list that included Anika Moa and Greg Johnson on harmonies, Bruce Lynch on double bass and Don McGlashan on baritone horn. Parsons followed that with her third album, Drylands, in 2015. Canadian pop/folk legend Ron Sexsmith agreed to feature on the duet Don’t Wait after Parsons sent him an email out of the blue. In 2016, Parsons received the NZ Music Awards prize for Best Country Song of the Year for Alberta Sun. She’s no stranger to the spotlight - she has also played at the Folk Alliance International in 2014, 2015 and 2017 – so this upcoming show should be a great one to catch. On 9 March, husband and wife duo Aro play at the Sawmill as part of their campground tour, bringing their alternative soul-pop songs, with pop band The Low Low as support. On 11 March, blues/folk artist Callum Gentleman plays a farewell show before heading to the US. He will be joined by seven-piece collaboration Mice on Stilts and alt-country Erny Belle (see Junction February issue for our Erny Belle interview). www.sawmillcafe.co.nz
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SATURDAY 3RD MARCH | 930PM | $40*
MEL PARSONS INDIE | FOLK & ALT | COUNTRY
FINALIST AND WINNER OF A HEAP OF NZ COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS. WITH SUPPORT FROM JED PARSONS MULTI INSTRUMENTALIST SINGER-SONGWRITER *PRE-SALES: EVENTFINDA.CO.NZ | $45 ON THE DOOR
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SUNDAY 11 MARCH | 5:30PM | $10*
CALLUM GENTLEMAN WITH ERNY BELLE & MICE ON STILTS A SUNDAY GOODBYE HOOLIE/BIRTHDAY GIG *PRESALES UTR.CO.NZ $15 ON THE DOOR
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SATURDAY 17 | 9:30PM | $10*
VILLETTE, RAIZA BIZA + DYLAN C BASE FM PRESENTS A NIGHT OF BASS HEAVY BEATS & RHYMES
*PRESALES EVENTBRITE.CO.NZ / $15 ON THE DOOR
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RACHEL LAFOND AN EVENING WITH THE PIANO
GREG JOHNSON WITH SPECIAL GUEST BEN KING
SUNDAY 4 MARCH | 5PM | $20*
SATURDAY 24 MARCH | 9:30PM | $45*
INTERNATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED AMERICAN COMPOSER. HEAR THE STORIES AND FEEL THE MAGIC BEHIND THIS SOULFUL, CAPTIVATING PIANO MUSIC. *PRE-SALES: UNDERTHERADAR.CO.NZ $25 ON THE DOOR | WWW.RACHELLAFOND.COM
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FRIDAY 09 MARCH | 9:00PM | $10*
DINE-IN OR TAKE-AWAY HALF PRICE PIZZA THURSDAYS 5:00- 9:30PM
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ARO & THE LOW LOW SOUL - POP DUO BUOYANT, OFF-KILTER APPROACH TO CLASSIC POP. *PRESALES UTR.CO.NZ $15 ON THE DOOR.
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SATURDAY 10 MARCH CLOSED FROM 2PM
HALF PRICE PIZZA OFFER DOES NOT APPLY TO SPLITS OR KIDS PIZZA
OPEN THURS - SUN 10am ’TIL LATE
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HAPPENINGS CINEMA ITALIANO FESTIVAL 2018 Screening at The Matakana Cinema from 14 - 22 March. Don’t miss the best of Italian cinema when the Italian Film Festival comes to town. Curated by actor and playwright Paolo Rotondo with the aim of bringing the Italian community, New Zealanders and Italian culture together around the light of cinema, the Festival will honour Italian filmmaking past and present and will open in each location with a digitally re-mastered version of the classic comedy ‘Roman Holiday’ starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck.
For dates, bookings and information visit www.matakanacinemas.co.nz
WARKWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL FIESTA Friday 23 March, 3pm-7pm Warkworth Primary School brings you “The Fiesta of Culture”. Great family fun with a variety of cultural performances and music, food including dumplings, sushi, butter chicken, pulled pork tacos and burgers. Games including the bouncy castle, fire engine rides and some new surprises. Silent auctions and quick fire raffle and a chance to win an ipad! Warkworth Primary School, Hill Street, Warkworth.
CHILDREN’S FUN DAY OUT Sunday 4 March, 12–4pm Centennial Park, Wellsford.
Wellsford District Sport and Recreation Collective presents a great family day out. Pony rides, face painting, Mystical Haven mobile farm, Segways, obstacle courses, Walking Dinosaur, bouncy castles and much more. Food and drinks available. $5 ticket for 10 activities. 09 423 8194 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sporty.co.nz/wdsrc
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MARKETS Every Sat 8am–1pm Matakana Village Farmers Market Matakana Village Every Sat 8am–1pm Matakana Markets The Old Dairy Factory, Matakana Every Sat 9am-1pm Mangawhai Farmers Market The Village, Library Hall, Mangawhai 1st Sat of the Month 8am–1pm Warkworth Museum Market Day Old Masonic Hall, Warkworth 1st Sat of the Month 9am-2pm Wellsford Market OWL Community Hub, 120 Rodney Street, Wellsford 2nd Sun of the Month 9am-1pm Waipu Boutique Market Coronation Hall, Waipu Last Sun of the Month 9am-1pm Puhoi Farmers Market Puhoi Domain DATE
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