|Posted on July 20, 2011 at 12:19 PM|
Adding the magazine scan photos to the "Sexy Secrets" article. Beth looks fantastic in those.
Also, Beth is participating in a sort of fundraiser to help a local toddler playgroup. She's offered to be a tour guide on Shortland Street set:
Bid & Boogie Night to Raise the Roof for Titirangi Toddlers
A unique evening of art and entertainment promises big names and lots of fun in its 'bid' to save local playgroup.
Dean Buchanan, Tracey Tawhiao and Philippa Crane are just someof the leading artists contributing pieces for an auction and dance in support of the Titirangi Rudolf Steiner Playgroup.
The playgroup faces a massive fundraising task to complete its building for Department of Education compliance. The event issupported by Sir Bob Harvey, who has donated a life-size paintingby Peter Hackett, of NZ Olympic athlete Sir Peter Snell - signed bythe subject.
The auction is not just for artworks. Actor Beth Allen has offered a guided tour of the Shortland Street set.
MC for the night is current affairs journalist and FairGo presenter Phil Vine.Music to boogie to comes courtesy of "cabaret punk" bigband Macombee And The Absolute Truth, and local band Giddyup, ledby ex-Pudding member Pete Force, who promises a bit of"lyrical rock 'n' roll .'
And because it's Steiner there'll also be something for thecraft devotees too, plus a raffle where winners can enjoy $300 ofdesigner Miranda Brown clothing, an amazing array of massage andyoga packages. Supper included in ticket. Cash bar.
Parent Julia Woolf: "There is nothing like this playgroup anywhere else in West Auckland. It's a beautiful setting,surrounded by bush, and the groups are small. The children learn about the seasons, baking, music, crafts and how to be with others. This playgroup has given us parents so much support& knowledge too. It's time we gave something back."
What: Bid & Boogie Night
When: Saturday 13 August2011 Time: 7.30 - 11pm
Where:Titirangi Memorial Hall, 500 South Titirangi Road, Titirangi
Tickets: $35 from Nic Wylie on [email protected] and 09 817 6221