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Good Morning Television Celebrity visits Hawkes Bay


Good Morning Television Celebrity visits Hawkes Bay

Good Morning Television Celebrity Astar comes to Hawkes Bay on Friday 12th July for a one off presentation on floral arrangements and lotions and potions.

Astar comes to the Havelock North Community Centre to spread the word on how to make lotions and potions from scratch that you can make at home as well as a gorgeous floral demonstration that can adorn your table.

Astar will also auction off items including a dress she has made and wears on the Good Morning Show plus other items and the proceeds will go to the Lowe Helicopter Rescue Service.

Astar makes the trip to the Hawkes Bay and for just $25.00 guests will be treated to bubbles and canapés and a great nights’ entertainment.

“I’m delighted to be coming to the Hawkes Bay and showing off my lotions and potions mixes as well as floral arrangements that can be made cost effectively from things from your cupboards and gardens,” says Astar.

“I’m also pleased to be supporting a well known local cause being the Lowe Helicopter Rescue Service that benefits the local community,” she said.

Doors open at the Havelock Community Centre from 7pm and it promises to be a great night, full of entertaining ideas, fun and frivolity.

Don’t miss your chance to see Astar in your hometown on Friday 12th July 2013.

Astar will also be directing you to her new website Astarsplace www.astarsplace.co.nz where she also presents great home entertaining ideas.

Tickets can be bought on the night at the door or you can contact Lisa Williams directly on 06 8775129 or 021 839729 to reserve your seat. Spaces are limited to just 100.

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