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Upper Hutt Leader : July 13th 2011
23 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 13, 2011 NEWS CUP COUNT DOWN LIESL HARLEN Up and down New Zealand, local communities are busy planning their involvement in REAL New Zealand -- a nationwide festival that will run alongside the rugby tournament. The REAL New Zealand festival is being promoted as a celebration of everything that makes New Zealand great'' -- the best of Kiwi art, food, wine, culture, entertain- ment, business, heritage, sports, nature and lifestyle -- and the reason for visitors to plan much more than rugby time into their itineraries, to take the long way round'' to discover New Zealand. Expressions Art and Entertain- ment Centre is getting into the swing of the festival and will be celebrating all things New Zea- land, kicking off with the Land of My Ancestors exhibition by Darcy Nicholas from September 1 until October 16. This is an exhibition of paint- ings, masks, drawings, sculpture and jewellery from one of Maori- dom's leading contemporary artists. Michael Houstoun, New Zealand's pre-eminent classical pianist, will perform a piano solo of Schubert's Three Piano Pieces D946 in mid-September. The New Zealand School of Music will perform live during two one-hour lunchtime concerts in mid-September and October. There will be a mix of vocal and instrumental concerts, across a range of genres. Te Papa Tuesdays will be held at Expressions throughout Sept- ember and October. Experts from Te Papa will share stories and experiences from behind the scenes. Voices of our Ancestors is a performance in late October, in which four creative Ngai Tahu women: Ariana Tikao, Hinemoana Baker, Christine White and Mahina-Ina Kaui, share their love of Maori song and story in an infusion of the ancient and the modern. Another great performance at Expressions in late October is by top international pianist Piers Lane. A London-based Australian pianist, his programme combines works by Irishman John Field and by Frederic Chopin. If you know anyone aged 14 to 16 who would be keen to fly the team flags at RWC 2011, Emirates is running a competition and is scouting for 91 fans to get involved. Each flagbearer will enjoy a match ticket and on-field participation, as well as receiving two adult tickets. Enter at emirates.com/nz/ flagbearer by July 31. A Facebook page has also been set up, offering information about events related to RWC 2011. Check out the following Facebook page: Rugby World Cup 2011 -- Upper Hutt, Wellington. Or find out what else is going on in Upper Hutt during Rugby World Cup 2011 at upperhutt city.com/ RWC2011. Please contact me if you are planning an activity or event during the cup: email@example.com. Scout earns top award Honoured: Carl Brieseman. St Joseph's Venturer scout Carl Brieseman has earned the high- est achievement possible as a youth member of New Zealand Scouting. He has completed his Queen's Scout Award, training in leader- ship skills, risk management, campcraft and life skills. It is the culmination of several years of hard work and determination, including several tramps (one of four days), safety modules, new skills and physical challenges. At the end of July, he will join St Joseph's Venturers Rachel McCawe and Callum Upton at Government House to be pre- sented with his Queen's Scout Award Certificate by the Governor-General and chief scout, Sir Anand Satyanand. The elder son of Nicky and Peter Brieseman of Upper Hutt, Carl joined Keas when he was six years old at Heretaunga Scout Group, before moving to Cubs at St Joseph's Scout Group and then on into Scouts and Venturers. 04 528 0136 www.PORSE.co.nz Common childhood illnesses reduce significantly when cared for by one person and a small group of friends. Choose your own PORSE Nanny or Home Educator to give your child the best start in life. 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