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Bodega News - Thursday 20 July

Bodega News - Thursday 20 July

Publicans Dozen -12 pints to be won each week for after work drinks.
Congratulations to Telecom staff that won last week. Email "Birthday" in the subject line to be in this weeks draw.

Overheard in the bar: In response to volunteers being amateurs!
"You should keep in mind that Noah's Ark was built by amateurs. The Titanic was built by professionals."

Please keep sending the stories and tales so I can publish them each week......

Bodega Celebrates 15 Years - Tuesday 29 August
Incorporating Brew NZ we have a two week programme of specials guests, shows and parties featuring the old and the new. The infamous Beats and Bubbles will be laid to rest for a new programme of Active DJs and live bands brought to you by the weekly Radio Active 89FM show The Soul Affair.

T29 - Official 15th Birthday Party - The Soul Affair - $3 Drink Specials - No Cover (Order your 15th birthday shirt now)
F1 - The Livids EP Launch - $10
F1 - Module - Room 101- $10
S2 - The Bats, Minisnap and Guests - $30
W6 - State of the Nation - NZ Micro Beer Tasting - $25 Menu
S9 - Hallelujah Picassos Reunion Show - $25
M11 - A SUPER SPECIAL SHOW - $65 ($49 with student ID)

Tickets available from Ticketmaster, Bodega and Real Groovy

Brew NZ - from Monday 4 September
Bodega is the Brew HQ for Tuatara and Sunshine as well as one more brewery to be announced. Taste seven reccommended micro brews for $20 including beer talk and nibbles from 5pm daily. Book now for the State of the Nation - NZ Micro Beer Tasting on Wednesday 6 September - $25 with Neil McInnes.

Gig Sponsorship - $200
Your logo is printed on 150 posters, newsletter recognition (4200 subscribers), a dozen pints of Tuatara, 12 double passes and MySpace bulletin (8000 subscribers). Contact Tane for details - 384 8212

Handle the Jandal 2006 - Radio Active 89FM's DIY NZ Music Video Competition
Handle the Jandal celebrates and promotes NZ music. Entry is simple. You must have made a music video for a New Zealand tune with the musician's permission and without any funding grants. Filmmakers have until August 1 to get their entry to Radio Active and win the coveted Golden Jandal.

Chess, Backgammon and Dominos (& Poker) - Sunday 23 July - 6pm
Bring a group to enjoy a few games and drinks. We have a limited number of boards so recommend bringing your own.

World Battle of the Bands - NZ Winner to Hong Kong World Final
It's not too late to enter. A wide range of styles from hip hop to funk, progressive rock, metal and punk. Create long term relationships with other bands in Wellington and NZ. Entry fee $50.

Keep in touch,

Tane McLeay


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