Seeds of Energy Presents Deb Webber the well known and loved medium from Sensing Murder and Woman’s Day who is returning to New Zealand for a national tour.
After a 2 year absence Deb will be returning for a Conscious Living forum which will encompass readings and learning’s.
Deb Webber is regarded as one of the worlds best psychics and with her distinct sense of humor and eccentricity, she makes every show an adventure. So come along and spend a day or evening with Deb.
Day shows are from 10am-4pm with a 45 minute break at 12.30pm
Food and drinks will be available at the venue.
A white flight, a bunch of reds, mystery wines and unusual West Coast challenges make up the day, rounded off with dinner and entertainment in the evening. Set in the bush at Shantytown, the West Coast Wine Challenge is a unique way of joining with other wine tasters and enthusiasts for a great day.
Teams of four are the norm, with an entry fee of $300, covering dinner, entertainment and an array of interesting wine. Partners can come to after-challenge function for $40.00 dinner and entertainment.
For full details or an entry form please contact Ross
Entries close 11 October 2009. Late entries will be accepted.
Open to Runners, walkers, social walkers, highschool teams, mixed teams, and veterans.
Morning & afternoon programme starting from 7.45am
Entry fee $10.00 per person
Get a team together! Issue challenges at work!
Prize giving Greymouth RSA 4.30pm Tainui St Greymouth
These awards have been introduced to recognise excellence and to commend and show appreciation for the hard work and commitment displayed across the Tourism and Hospitality industries throughout the West Coast.
The formal gala dinner and award presentation is being held on Saturday, October 10th 2009, 6.00pm at Shantytown.
Featuring the fabulous Jackie Clarke as MC and local musician Katie Thompson.
Tickets are available for purchase from Tourism West Coast, $100 per person or a table of 8, $750.
Join us for a fantastic night of entertainment & celebration!
Saturday – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday – 10:00am to 3:00pm
Proceeds to the air training corps, for cadet trip to Australia
Date: 10 October 2009 – 11 October 2009
Venue: Greymouth Army Hall
Cost: Gold coin donation
Contact: Peter- for further exhibitor entries and more information
Phone: 768 0719
The agenda for the Forum.
The West Coast Water Safety Education Plan 2009 – 2012
Water Safety New Zealand – Profile Document
Kiwi Kids Swim Skills Are Sinking Fast – Advocacy Document
2008 Annual Drowning Report
Pip Savage, Regional Manager, WSNZ (South Island) who will be facilitating the forum
Date: 8 October 2009
Location: Water Safety New Zealand
Venue: The Beachfront Hotel Revell St Hokitika
Contact: Pip Savage
Organisation: Water Safety New Zealand
Billed as one of Australia’s top children’s shows, this is no sit-down-and-watch affair – the kids are invited to get involved in these adventures down the Yellow Brick Road and can even come dressed as their favourite Oz characters. Live action is mixed with cartoons on screen, intelligent lighting and catchy tunes!
Honoured as a special invitee to the world’s largest Oz Festival in America recently, the show drew much praise from Oz “royalty” present. Hollywood celebrity Robert Baum, great grandson of Oz author Frank Baum, said: “If great grandfather was alive, I’m sure he would be clapping, singing along and smiling with your show!”
“I’ve seen lots of Oz productions but this one was truly extraordinary”, said Margaret Pellegrini, one of the last living Munchkins from the 1939 Judy Garland Oz movie, who performed with the cast.
The Wizard of Oz Show is about more than giving kids a good time. It spreads a message of hope and self-esteem to the young. Audience members are also invited to bring along a toy or book to go towards our Children’s Hospital Toy Appeal.
Duration: 1hr. Suitable: 2 – 10yrs.