Smart Style The National Ski Areas Association and Burton Snowboards have developed the "Smart Style" Freestyle Terrain Safety initiative, a cooperative effort to continue the proper use and progression of freestyle terrain at mountain resorts, while also delivering a unified message that is clear, concise, and effective. MAKE A PLANEvery time you use freestyle terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use.
Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely. Inverted aerials are not recommended except in events and terrain park. Use of alcohol or drugs that impair the safety of yourself or others is not allowed.10. If you are involved in a collision with another skier/boarder you must stay at the scene until ski patrol arrives.
It may seem familiar, but this is not the regular call girl type of experience.
Instead, adventurous, open-minded girls, who fancy talking, texting, dancing, and stripping are being sought to show off their assets to customers via web cameras.
"We have people that are making ,000 to 0,000 per week," said Dwight Henry, the owner of Cash Cam Studios, who has been busy seeking women to provide the services.
This is how it works: A woman signs up to show off her stuff; her profile is uploaded to a particular website; and men or women pay to talk to them or watch them do 'freaky' things over the Internet.
Since forming in the late 90's they have released 6 albums and solidified their status as one of the best live bands in New Zealand and an essential addition to any summer festival.
Wellington band TOMORROW PEOPLE went from a humble garage to major festival slots, industry recognition and an award-winning debut album that fans kept in the charts for over a year!
B and award-winning Pacific reggae masters THREE HOUSES DOWN will be joining NZ musical heavyweights, TRINITY ROOTS, THE BLACK SEEDS and TOMORROW PEOPLE. Comprised of the popular KORA brothers Brad and Stu, plus talented jazz guitarist Joel Shadbolt and Sunshine Sound System’s Kyle Popham (KP), festival-goers should expect high energy electronica meets hard rock, soul and blues.
Plus, our famous boardwalk is three miles of pure entertainment.
Take a listen, chat with friends, or dance the night away.
They fuse Polynesian-inspired vocal harmonies, catchy brass lines, a driving rhythm section and uplifting lyrics – then rearrange them into something truly original and exciting with just the right dose of pop appeal. Last year over 2,500 locals and tourists enjoyed the great kiwi music and chilled-out family atmosphere within the beautiful location of Riverside Park.
Gates will open at 4pm and the event is family-friendly with children 12yrs and under able to attend free of charge with a paying adult.