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Glow In The Dark Golf To Free Beer – Here’s What To Try This Weekend
Plus 19 lekker long-weekend events
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. Find out how to get free beer after work, celebrate Heritage Day throughout the city, or try your hand at a round of glow in the dark mini golf.
#Pickoftheweek: Think You Can Keep Up With A Pitbull?
Race with over 30 rescue dogs on Pit Pals brand new race track at this dog walking event in Melkbosstrand.
2. Free Beer Friday at Beerhouse (Friday afternoon 21 September)
Get a free beer after work this Friday… if you know the password – access the secret code for this festive Beerhouse tradition.
3. Cape Town Food And Wine Festival (Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon 22 and 23 September)
Join an estimated 4000–5000 people at Westridge Gardens for this truly South African food and wine festival hosted in Mitchell’s Plain.
4. LGBTI Tennis Open (Saturday morning to Monday afternoon 22 to 24 September)
Take on a game of tennis for change with this two-day event in Pinelands, the LGBTI Tennis Open.
5. AfroFest Heritage Weekend (Saturday morning to Sunday night 22 and 23 September)
Celebrate Africa this Heritage Day weekend with this decentralised three-day festival across the city, AfroFest.
6. Glowing Rooms
Take the kids out for an unforgettable game, for a great bargain with Glowing Rooms Holiday Specials.
7. Xplore Tours (Monday morning to Wednesday afternoon 24 to 26 September)
Experience the Garden Route like never before on this adventure-trip to Port Elizabeth and back, with Xplore Tours Cape Town.
Psst! Have you heard? You can get 25% off a boat ride to see the Marine Big 5.
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