12 July 2011

Hello again

To help keep the winter chills at bay, Napier has some fantastic events and entertainment lined up for the next two months.

15 & 16th July
Shannon Hope, the Art Pop pianist and vocal artist extraordinaire performs at The Suntouched Inn for two nights only.
R150 includes a meal and a glass of wine.
35 tickets per night only - so book early.

22 July
The Gallery in Napier is hosting a bottomless gluhwein evening – and you get to take a tea bowl by Martin Swart home.
See attached invite for details.

23 July
Pascal’s of Napier presents Godfrey Johnson in The Shadow of Brel.
The Shadow of Brel is award-winning musician, composer, actor, director and singer Johnson's solo show of the Belgian master's greatest works, from the classics to some of the lesser known songs. Godfrey Johnson sings and plays them with the sensitivity and passion they deserve. If you don't know the music of Jacques Brel, this is a wonderful way to get acquainted. If you are familiar with Brel's songs, but have never heard Godfrey Johnson, then you are in for a treat as Johnson brings his special touch to the arrangements and his gift for interpretation to the songs.
Booking and pre-payment essential - NOW OPEN
R140 per person including a two-course meal
Tickets can be purchased at Pascal's - 028 423 3146
Details on www.pascals.co.za


6 August
The Red Windmill presents a Vintage Fashion Show with bubbly and lunch.
See attached invite for details.

20 August
 Pascal’s of Napier presents: An evening of Swing & Jazz with Ike Moriz
Ike has received wide acclaim for his 11 albums ranging from original melodic indie Rock/Pop to Latin/Easy Listening & Jazzy Swing. His repetoire extends to famous standards such as Blue Moon, C'est si bon, Fly me to the moon, I get a kick out of you, I've Got You Under My Skin, Time after time and he will be singing some of these timeless classics at Pascals of Napier on 20 August 2011.

What the crits say...
"The rich resonance of his voice makes Michael Bublè's seem rather thin by comparison... comparisons with the great Tony Bennett are inevitable, Ike Moriz performing swing is that good."
– Full Circle Magazine - Thursday 01 October 2009

"This cat sings a fine tune. Listen to it when wearing velvet and drinking martinis!"
– FHM

Booking and pre-payment essential - NOW OPEN - limited seating available
R140 per person including a two-course meal
Tickets can be purchased at Pascal's - 028 423 3146
Details on www.pascals.co.za

THE SOUTHERN OVERBERG BRANCH OF THE BOTANICAL SOCIETY are planning some interesting events over the next couple of months.

26th July       The Plants of Madagascar
Ted Oliver the President of the Botanical Society of S.A and a good friend of our branch will talk about his visit to this unusual island.
7pm at The Bowls Clubhouse.
Entrance plus a bowl of homemade soup is R20 for members. R30 for non members.
Wine will be available

10th August    All about CREW
CREW stands for Custodian of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers.

Ismail Ebrahim will explain to us how we can become ‘citizen scientists’ just by going along with them on their outings to help identify rare and vulnerable plants. No expert knowledge needed, CREW do the hard stuff, you can just have fun knowing you might be the one to spot something no one else has noticed. Open to all.
Time and venue to be announced.

24th August    A day out in The Agulhas National Park
Learn about the plants, birds and history of our Southernmost National Park. An outing led by experts. Lunch will be available for R70.
Members may bring a non-member friend but numbers will be limited and the outing popular so book early.

All attendance to any event should be confirmed with one of the following committee members for catering purposes and to check when and where to meet.
Lyn Hawkins  028 423 3672
Louise Hislop 028 423 3512
Sarah Foyle    028 423 3358

Great News for Dogs!!
As mentioned in a previous Natter, Napier is getting it’s own Doggie Parlour –
Club K9.
The first stage of Domino Farm's canine services - CLUB K9 - will be launching on 1 August 2011.
offering canine grooming and heath care products, home-made dog foods & treats, and designer doggy accessories.
Introductory 'launch' offer - bath, dry, brush, ear clean, tooth brush and nail clip - small dogs (under 15kg) R75
By appointment only - Monday to Saturday - tel/sms: 072 516 1579 or email: dominofarm@hotmail.co.za

Lift Club
Fleur du Toit is in need of a lift to Cape Town city bowl on 3rd August and a lift back to Napier on the 8th August. She is more than happy to share petrol costs and can be e-mailed on fleurdutoit@gmail.com


Say again... ?
I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. - Robert McCloskey


Quotable Quotes.
We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves happy. The amount of work is the same.
– Carlos Castenada
It is of practical value to learn to like yourself. Since you must spend so much time with yourself you might as well get some satisfaction out of the relationship. – Norman Vincent Peale

This Week in History
Tsar Nicholas II and his family were murdered by the Bolsheviks in 1918.
The first days of the Spanish Civil War.
The detonation of the first US atomic bomb in 1945.

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