Eastern Courier : December 17th 2010
WESTFIELD HIGHLAND PARK www.eventcinemas.co.nz or call 302 0002 HIGHLAND PARK 2D NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER (PG) NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 10.30AM, 12.55, 3.20, 5.45, 8.10PM SKYLINE (M) VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI-SUN: 12.50, 6.20, 8.35PM MON-WED: 10.45, 12.50, 6.20, 8.35PM THE SOCIAL NETWORK (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI-SUN: 10.25AM, 8.50PM MON-WED: 11.20AM, 5.05, 8.50PM MEGAMIND 2D (PG) LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 10.30AM, 12.35, 2.40, 4.45, 6.50PM DUE DATE (R16) VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE, DRUG USE AND SEX SCENES FRI-WED: 2.50,4.50, 6.55PM HARRY POTTER 7 (M) VIOLENCE FRI- WED: 11.15, 2.15, 5.15, 8.15PM RED (M) VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI-TUES: 2.30, 8PM WED: 3.30, 6.05PM TRON LEGACY 2D (PG) MEDIUM LEVEL VIOLENCE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 10.40AM, 1.10, 3.40, 6.10, 8.40, THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNETS NEST (R16) VIOLENCE,SEXUAL VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE & CONTENT THAT MAY DISTURB FRI-SUN: 11.20AM, 5.05PM LIFE AS WE KNOW IT (M) SEXUAL REFERENCES FRI-WED: 1.15PM * When you purchase an adult ticket to this film. Must be R18+. Voucher must be presented. Valid until 22nd Dec 2010. Valid for House wine only. Complimentary glass of wine* when you see SNEAK PREVIEWS EASY A (M) SEXUAL REFERENCES, NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 11.25AM, 1.30, 6.35, 8.45PM EAT PRAY LOVE (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI- WED: 3.35PM MEET THE PARENTS: LITTLE FOCKERS (TBC), NO FREE TICKETS WED: 10.40, 1.05, 8.30PM IF YOU ARE THE ONE (R13) FRI-WED: 10.35, 3.45, 8:55 GIFT CARD i em entcinem n nt eve e c ev ntci v een v e e e co nz a as.co.nz a GREAT VALUE MOVIE MONEY & GIFT CARDS ON SALE NOW! WWW.EVENTCINEMAS.CO.NZ R16 VIOLENCE,SEXUAL VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE & CONTENT THAT MAY DISTURB FRI SUN: 11.20AM, 5.05PM 3362798AA 391 NEILSON ST, PENROSE MT SMART STADIUM END Beautiful Gift Ideas Stunning Artificial Christmas Trees Elegant Accessories to decorate your home One off samples, seconds, excess stock. NEW STOCK COMING OUT DAILY IMPORTERS CLEARANCE at the CHRISTMAS OUTLET SHOP PENROSE OPEN 6 DAYS Monday to Friday 9-5pm Saturdays 9am to 3pm FINAL WEEK 7 EASTERN COURIER, DECEMBER 17, 2010 Fishing for the kids A fishing trip is a great way to entertain kids. On January 12 and 16 from 9.45am to 3pm Voy- ager NZ Maritime Mu- seum runs its Ted Ashby all day fishing excursion. The cost is $40 per child and $20 per accompanying adult. Rods and bait supplied but visitors must bring all-weather gear, food and drink and suitable shoes. To book call 373-0811. See www.maritimemus eum.co.nz for information. What's my antique worth? By NICOLA WILLIAMS Inspecting: Peter Wedde values a kauri vase belonging to Zelda Adams. Good news: Peter Wedde informs Val Whitting that her pieces are valuable. Photos: FIONA GOODALL Prized possession: One of the paintings a resident asked antique dealer Peter Wedde to value. ' The best things usually arrive in a shoebox wrapped in a tea towel. ' Peter Wedde Residents weren t the only treasures at a retirement vil- lage antique show. Television One s Auction House follows Peter Wedde on an antique roadshow through- out the country to document stories about art, artefacts and antiques going under the ham- mer. Mr Wedde paid a visit to Summerset by the Park in Flat Bush last week to entertain residents and visitors while giv- ing them an insight into how much their prized possessions could be worth. The main reason for me to come here is to inform and entertain. I m always happy to come north of the Bombay Hills, I know you re a bit flash up here, Wellington-based Mr Wedde says. He says you never know when high value items will reveal themselves. The best things usually arrive in a shoebox wrapped in a tea towel and the person has absolutely no idea they are in possession of a treasure. Often the puffy person full of self-importance wanting me to vindicate their decision to buy the item finds out that it s not quite as smart as they thought it was, he says. People are always elated to learn they have something of value. He says some people with heirlooms are not interested in their value but in the historical context. For some there is never any question about it going to sale because it s going to be handed down. Resident Val Whitting was delighted to learn a pair of por- celain Japanese vases she had were worth $1800. I knew they were worth quite a bit but it s a nice sur- prise, she says.
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