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Hawkes Bay Chatter Ring Reunion 2011


Hawkes Bay Chatter Ring Reunion 2011

HASTINGS, Hawkes Bay (March 22, 2011) –

Dust off those old rings and circulate in good company! Young and old, novice or pro, join us at the Apple Activities Educational Toys store in Hastings, New Zealand for the inaugural Hawkes Bay Chatter Ring Reunion 2011.

Old rings and new rings, Jitter Rings and chatter rings, flat beads, hex beads and candy coloured plastic beads... if you can sling it, bring it! Freestyle expression session with 5 x Genuine High Performance Jitter Rings to be given away as prizes in a variety of categories - best performance, oldest verifiable ring, youngest player, oldest player, and a good old-fashioned lucky-dip! A splendid time is guaranteed!

Saturday, April 23 • 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Apple Activities Educational Toys
Cnr Willowpark Road South and Maddison Street
Hastings, New Zealand
Phone: (06) 878 1551

If you can sling it, bring it!.

For more information please visit the Jitter Ring website Reunion page

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