Visitors attending the Wilson Home Family Fun Day and Antiques Road Show on Sunday 28 March wont have to worry about going hungry.
No matter what your age, there will be something on sale for you to eat and drink.
The sausage sizzle will be active all day. There will be meat pies, cakes and muffins, Devonshire Teas, candy floss, shaved ice, tea, coffee, soft drinks, bottled water, hamburgers and ice cream.
And there will be somewhere for you sit and eat under the shade of the trees in the Wilson Home gardens.
You are welcome to bring your own picnic, of course.
Don’t let hunger get in the way of having a great time while having your antiques valued and enjoying all the fun of the fair.
All net proceeds go to The Wilson Home Trust and selected Rotary community projects.
Auckland’s Easy Listening radio station The Breeze 93.4 FM will be at the Wilson Home Antiques Road Show and Family Fun Day on Sunday 28 March broadcasting call out spots from 11.00 am til 1.00 pm as part of the overall promotional activity for the event. Also, in the period leading up to the day there will be promotional spots in the community notices broadcast during the day.
As part of the promotion The Breeze will be giving away 20 vouchers to callers which entitle holders to:
- Free Admission for 2 adults and up to 3 kids (value $4)
- Free Assessment of up to 2 antique items by one of four expert assessors (value $10), and
- Free Entry into the gate prize draw at 3.30 pm for a seven-day holiday for two on Queensland’s Gold Coast sponsored by Harvey World Travel Milford – all accommodation and airfares include (value $1,500).
The Breeze will have one of their special vehicles on site with flags and signs and will be an active part of the fun of the day.
So keep listening to The Breeze – Auckland’s Easy Listening 93.4 FM to be in with a chance to get one of the 2o free entry vouchers.
What more do you need as an incentive to come to the Wilson Home Family Fun Day and Antiques Road Show on Sunday 28 March?
Thanks to the generous efforts of Harvey World Travel in Milford all people paying an entry fee to the event will automatically be entered into a draw for a great gate prize consisting of a 7 day Gold Coast Holiday for two staying at the Breakfree Beachpoint apartments with return economy airfares and all prepaid airport taxes. To the value of $1500.00. Conditions are:
- Each entrance ticket will entitle one entry into a prize draw which will take place on 28 March 2010 at 3.30pm at the Harvey World Travel tent. The first entry drawn where the ticket holder is present will be the winner.
- The prize is a 7 day Gold Coast Holiday for two staying at the Breakfree Beachpoint apartments with return economy airfares and all prepaid airport taxes to the value of $1500.00. All other expenses are the sole responsibility of the winner. The winner and their companion must travel together and are responsible for obtaining all necessary visas and valid passports for travel. The prize must be redeemed by 31 October 2010.
- The prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and can not be exchanged for cash. The prize is subject to availability at time of booking. The winner must book their travel directly with Harvey World Travel, Milford.
- By entering the prize draw each entrant agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions.
All you have to do is be present at the draw at 3.30pm on Sunday 28 March to collect the prize. In the event that the draw is unclaimed because of absence, another draw will be made until someone still at the event can present the winning ticket.
Even if you don’t have the winning ticket, Harvey World Travel staff will have a travel advisory tent in the grounds throughout the day to help you plan your next holiday.
After an afternoon of construction the signs for The WilsonHome Family Fun Day and Antiques Road Show have now been erected around the North Shore community.
The organisers wish to thank McMurdo Emergency Locator Beacons for the artwork and Advanced Computers Limited for printing the signs. Assembly took place at Milford Rotarian Chris Stiebel’s warehouse in Glenfield. The signs were erected at:
- the reservoir corner of East Coast and Kowhai Roads, Mairangi Bay,
- corner Lake Road and Tennyson Avenue, Takapuna, and the
- St Leonards Road corner outside The Wilson Home
by Milford Rotarians Chris Stiebel, Eric Gibson and Chris Gregory, assisted by Roger, a visitor from Taranaki.
What better to have with the coffee you buy for lunch or afternoon tea than a freshly baked cake?
Rotarians from the Takapuna North and Milford clubs and their wives, families, partners … are being organied by Milford’s President Elect Henry Harbuz to produce two boxes of cakes for the Wilson Home Family Fun Day and Antiques Roadshow on 28 March. One box is for a large cake and the other one for cupcakes, muffins, slices etc. All cakes are to be sold at the fete.
So, no matter what your taste in cakes is, there is sure to be something for you to take home for the family or to eat with your coffee when its time for a break.
A coincidence of dates will result in large groups of people gathering in the Takapuna Grammar and Wilson Home area on the morning of Sunday 28 March.
Runners and walkers in the 25th Youthtown Shore to Shore Fun Run will gather at Takapuna Grammar prior to the start of the run to Milford. As they move along Lake Road they will pass The Wilson Home where a Family Fun Day and Antiques Road Show will start later in the morning. Signs for the Wilson Home event will remind the runners and walkers that there is more fun to be had after they finnish at Milford Reserve. Some 8,000 runners and walkers are expected to participate in the run.
Both The Wilson Home Trust for Children with Disabilities and Youthtown will be worthy recipients of proceeds raised from these events.
A fun day for kids is part of this year’s Wilson Home Family Fun Day and Antiques Road Show.
While Mum and Dad are getting an update on the value of the family treasures, kids will be able to zoom down the Big Slide, jump in the Bouncy Castle and ride the merry-go-round or ferris wheel. There will be plate smashing and coconut shies stalls for those wanting to demonstrate their accurate ball throwing skills, as well as a Ride-on Challenge area where balancing skills can be tested on uni-cycles and pogo sticks.
A feature for this year’s event is a Kids’ Arts and Crafts area where tutors from the Lake House Arts Centre in Takapuna will help children create their own sculptures out of ceramic clay, cardboard, recycled materials, tin cans, plastic bottles and items from nature like driftwood, stones and shells as well as adding 3D effects to paintings and drawings.
All proceeds from the fete go to The Wilson Home Trust for Children with Disabilities and Rotary Community projects.
Other attractions for kids will include an animal farm, face painting, hair braiding, mini golf and a play pen for small children run by the North Shore City Community Trust.