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7 Great Things To Do This Weekend
Our pick of seven of the best events and things to do in Cape Town from Friday, 29 June to Monday, 1 July 2018
Pick any weekend of the year in Cape Town and you’re bound to find a host of events planned throughout our hip and happening city. We have rounded up a bunch of super fun things to do in and around the Mother City this weekend. Learn how to grow your own fresh produce at a food-growing workshop at Boschendal, explore the creative world at the Plett Arts Festival, or bask in the glory of a winter wonderland as the small town of Gordon’s Bay comes alive with their annual light festival.
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Discover how to grow your own fresh produce in an urban environment at this Boschendal Food Growing Workshop.
2. Plett Arts Festival (29 June to 1 July)
Head to Plett for a two-week art festival where art, food and jazz come together. Get artsy at the Plett Arts Festival.
3. Plain Flavoured (30 June)
Support local brands, flavours and design at this sneaker-come-food event in Paarden Eiland. Squeak some tekkie at Restock.
4. Gordon’s Bay Winter Wonderland (29 June to 1 July)
Make your way to sleepy Gordon’s Bay for a festival of lights like no other. Celebrate winter with the Gordon’s Bay Winter Wonderland.
5. Darling Winter Festival (30 June)
Sip and savour the flavours of Darling at this wintertime beer festival. Grab the family for a full day of fun at the Darling Winter Festival.
6. Wimblegin (1 July)
Tennis and gin? Yes please. Celebrate Sunday Funday at Wimblegin.
7. Veld & Sea Kids Holiday Workshop (29 June)
Let the kids wonder, explore and discover at this holiday workshop in Cape Point Nature Reserve. Get the kids busy with the Veld & Sea Kids Holiday Workshop.
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