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Upper Hutt Leader : October 5th 2011
39 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 5, 2011 ARTS Wellington Racing Club, PO Box 47 024, Trentham 5143 Tel: (04) 528 9611 • Fax (04) 528 4166 • Web: www.trentham.co.nz BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY TODAY! Bring your group 5 - 500 Free parking Looking for the Perfect Venue for your Christmas Function! Enjoy the Classic BBQ or Buffet/Set Menu Dinner We have a Menu to suit your budget Call 0800 Trentham for more details 4059908AA Theme Packages Available Quiz Nights / Casino Evenings / Phantom Race Nights Trentham Racecourse Clarke to play at cafe Seasoned troubadour: Anthony John Clarke. Mainly Acoustic Music Club welcomes the return of outstanding singer and songwriter Anthony John Clarke on Tuesday, October 11, at the Mayfair Cafe. With 11 albums to his credit and a huge following overseas, Clarke is a seasoned troubadour and wordsmith who has graced the world folk scene for more than 25 years and yet still sees himself as an apprentice songwriter. Two years ago this fast-talking gentleman, with guitar in hand, turned up at the Mayfair Cafe and mes- merised his audience with a sen- sational spot. His quick wit and deliciously humor- ous outlook made their mark with people leaving the show smiling and chuckling, knowing they had seen something special. Other songs of his are poignant and leave a tear. Clarke is also the main guest at Labour Weekend s Wellington Folk Festival. The Mainly Acoustic concert starts at 7.30 with local musicians. Clarke performs from 9pm. Entry is $13, students $6. Pounding rock after the game Red Dawn: A new band on the thrash metal scene. Rimutaka Tavern will host four bands after the Rugby World Cup quarterfinal on Saturday. Jenimal At Large presents Bul- letbelt, Red Dawn, Gift of Ruin and Rising Force in a show starting around 10pm. Bulletbelt are a New Zealand black metal band driven by a guitar, bass, drum and vocal attack. Formed in 2009 they have recorded two EPs and performed numerous times in the Wellington region. Red Dawn is a new band on the Wellington thrash metal scene. Gift of Ruin s music is the mean- core genre of heavy metal, while Rising Force are neo classical metal. There is a $5 cover charge for the show. Country show: Hamilton entertainer Joy Adams returns to the Upper Hutt Cossie Club tomorrow at 1.30pm in the balcony bar with her country variety show. Adams has just released her 14th album, called Love Love Love . She will be performing songs from it as well as adding a bit of Irish, nostalgia and comedy. Tickets $8. Normal membership terms and conditions apply 571 Fergusson Drive, Trentham, opposite UH Vets • (04) 527 8210 $5 new release movies and blu rays EVERY DAY! 3788501AR SCF has special morning tea At the recent Save the Children Fund coffee morning, the Hapai Club was transformed into a cafe, with committee members providing a special morning tea among decorations of spring flowers. A browse through the produce stall was followed by some of those present taking part in a show and tell . Photo albums of SCF events over the years were well-received. There were stories of a brooch lost for 30 years being retrieved by its owner at a jewellery sale, necklaces and brooches handed down through family generations, Chin- ese snuff bottles, and per- haps the most remark- able, the dainty table- cloths given to SCF some time ago, embroidered by a lady who could neither read or write. The morning raised $631 for the SCF annual appeal.
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