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Upper Hutt Leader : October 5th 2011
21 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 5, 2011 4076928AA Staglands Colouring Competition FREE Entry for Kids Hand your completed entry in at Staglands before 24 October and you'll get free entry! 7 Leonards Rd, Mangaroa Upper Hutt Ph 526 4515 www.thompsonshorsecentre.co.nz THOMPSONS HORSE CENTRE MAKE YOUR CHILD'S NEXT BIRTHDAY A DAY TO REMEMBER 3489984AN Book a party and let them horse around at our place Ring today for further details Wet or fine we have it covered! School Holiday Advertising Feature ActivitiesPaper Shaper show Trash or treasure: Man made out of paper. The magic of children s theatre continues at Expressions this school holidays with three performances of Paper Shaper on Tuesday, October 11. Paper Shaper is a charming story about a mischievous little man who lives in a rubbish bin . . .andthisisonebinthat doesn t stink! In fact it blooms flowers and butterflies, caterpillars, dogs, boats and more . . . a whole range of lively creations made by the Paper Shaper out of paper rubbish! Expressions director Stephanie Cottrill says the per- formance by Peter Wilson s Little Dog Barking Theatre Company was made available by permission from Capital E. The tale devised by director Peter Wilson and puppet designer Tim Denton, with music by Gareth Farr, needs no dialogue to communicate to its junior audience. The combination of mask work and puppetry opens up some wonderful possibilities for visual storytelling, deftly performed by Kenny King and Peter Wilson. Paper Shaper uses trickery, humour and the magic of origami to transform trash into treasure. Mysterious as well as hilar- ious, the Paper Shaper takes the audience on a magical non- verbal adventure into the amazing paper world inside his bin. Ms Cottrill says the story is targeted at five to 10-year-olds, but the simplicity, humour and emotion give it appeal for the whole family . Shows are 11am, 1pm and 3pm. All tickets $10 from Expressions 527 2168 or expressions.org.nz. Booking and credit card fees apply to internet sales. Dan & Dani Show WIN TICKETS to the Dan & Dani Show. Write your name, address and daytime phone number on an envelope and post to Upper Hutt Leader,POBox 40001, Upper Hutt 5140, or deliver to corner Pine Ave and Queen St or email to email@example.com to arrive by noon this Friday, October 7. Dan & Dani are coming to Upper Hutt. These school holidays, join Dan & Dani at The Spot (corner Fergusson Dr and Milton St) for their Where is Frankie? show. There will be lots of singing and dancing and they will need your help to find their lost dinosaur, Frankie, the brachiosaurus. Frankie is good at hide and seek so children will need to be super detectives. Dan & Dani are known for their exciting, colourful, song enriched shows specifically for children two to eight years. The show runs from Monday, October 10, to Saturday, October 15. Show time is 10.30am daily. Book at dananddani.co.nz. Twin attraction: British alpine kids at Staglands. Colours open gates For the spring school holidays Stag- lands is running a fun colouring com- petition for children to enter, which you will find in this week s paper. Entering couldn t be easier, simply get your kids to colour it in and then hand it in to Staglands before the end of the school holidays, October 23, and they will get into the reserve for free! Spring is certainly in the air at Staglands. They have some adorable recent arrivals to share with you, including super-cute kune kune and Auckland Island piglets, bouncing baby lambs and a pair of identical twin baby British alpine kids. They bottlefeed the lambs and kids at 12.45pm every day, and all visitors are welcome to watch and get involved. During the school holidays their cart ride will also be available daily and they have barbecues that all visitors can get cooking on free of charge. Staglands is open from 10am till 5pm every day. Phone 526 7529, website: staglands.co.nz. Funny Bunny shows Nigel Kennedy and Mr Funny Bunny will give magic shows at The Mall on October 10 and 11 at 11.30am and 1pm. Harriette the Clown will also give shows during both weeks of the holidays. The first week s dates are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 11am and 1pm, and the second week Monday, Tuesday and Friday 11am and 1pm, and 11am on Thurs- day.
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