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OPEN 7 DAYS LATE NIGHTS
So, as they say -- wassup?
Bigger than ever: The Woodend School Fair this
year promises to be a great day's outing with
more than ever to enjoy.
Keep NZ Beautiful Week runs from
September 15--22. Keep Rangiora Beautiful
invites members of the public to join in for a
clean up in the vicinity of the Ashley Bridge
Reserve and adjacent roads. Light plastic
gloves, high-viz vests, rubbish bags and
morning tea are provided! Contact Ron
Mackie, email: email@example.com.
Contact phone: 03 313 6498
Cat Show -- Kaiapoi Club Riverview Lounge,
September 15, 9am -- 3.30pm. Cats and kittens,
long and short-hair, both pedigree and
household pets on display. Come and watch
the judging -- top 10 presentations being
made throughout the day. Cost: $2 adults, $1
child, $5 family. Contact: Faye Rose, email:
Oxford Speedway (Carleton Rd, off South
Eyre Rd ) -- The Grant Fuller Memorial B Grade
Challenge, September 15, starting at 11am.
$10pp (kids u15 free when with a paying
adult). Contact: Yvonne Thomas, email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact phone: (03)
Woodend School Fair, September 15, 10am--
3pm at the Woodend Recreation Reserve. This
year's 'fun at the fair' includes live
entertainment, Woodend School's Got Talent
show (sponsored by the Woodend Lions),
plants for sale, face painting, Fire Brigade
display, double-decker bus rides, pony rides,
rabbits to pat, car wrecking, bouncy castles
(including one for under 4s) giant inflatable
slide, rifle range, mini jeeps, water walkers,
4-in-1 bungy, treasure hunt, chocolate wheel
and mystery bottles. Add to that a large
number of food stalls, including candy floss,
toffee apples, bacon butties, hot chips, coffee,
soft drinks, sausage sizzle and a cake stall. And
there are also a large number of stalls selling
all sorts of things, plus a carboot section with
second-hand goods for sale...there will be
something for everyone.
New season's fashions, 19 Sep, 2013,
presented by Coringa's House of Fashion, Jaks
Clothing & Accessories, Body Seen and
Time: 7.15pm. Venue: Rangiora Golf Club.
Cost: $20 (includes complimentary drink and
Freaking you out
soon in Kaiapoi
at the Kaikanui
He's covered in an estimated 700
hours of full-body tattooing, filed teeth,
bifurcated tongue, subdermal implants
and giant ear-piercings.
Billed as possibly the strangest and funniest
tour of 2013 is Freak 'n' Gish, a Parrots Comedy
Club show at Kaiapoi's Kaikanui Tavern on
It brings together one of the worlds best-
known freaks, direct from the USA, known as
''Lizardman'', plus the ''Rockstar of New
Zealand Comedy'', Gish, for a nationwide tour.
Gish will open the show with his parodies
and will return to close it with his greatest hits.
The Lizardman makes his living as a freak,
performing before audiences all over the
world. Erik Sprague has a BA with honours in
philosophy, won on a full academic
scholarship. In 1999, he dropped out as a PhD
candidate at the University of Albany, New
York, to become a fulltime performance artist.
He's covered in an estimated 700 hours of
full-body tattooing, with filed teeth, bifurcated
tongue, subdermal implants and giant ear-
piercings. He has a repertoire of weird tricks he
performs live on stage and does a talk show
about the body modifications he has had done
In 2009, he successfully pulled cars with his
ear lobes. He has also had five Teflon horns
subdermally implanted above each eye to
form horned ridges.
Freak 'n' Gish, R18, Kaikanui Tavern,
Kaiapoi, 8pm on Thursday, September 19.
Pre-sale tickets at the venue ($30), door
sales on the night of the show. Phone
Sales:0800 BUY TIX (289 849).
Website:Parrots Comedy Club on Facebook.
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