Buy artworks from well-known local artists at this historical town's inaugural fiesta
Add a bit of bounce to your step with this month’s plethora of spring festivals, celebrations and annual fairs
As the first official month of spring – and as the harbinger of sneezes for those with allergies – September sees earlier sunrises, warmer days and drier weeks. It’s also the point in the year when the well-known species of Capetonian, indigenous to the Western Cape area, rears its head from a long period of hibernation after months of rain and dreary weather, ready to soak up as much Vitamin D as possible.
So let’s put winter behind us, shake off the last drizzles and gear up for a month of creativity, trance parties, flower shows (it’s the best time of the year to view the spring flora in the Cape), wine trail runs (yes, that’s right) and much more.
September is when we celebrate Heritage Day (or Braai Day as it’s been dubbed), and if you’re quick on the uptake, you’ve already put in