Monday 29 September 2014

What to do in Cape Town this weekend (3rd – 5th October)

Make this weekend an exciting one and jam pack it will fun-filled activities , start your planning ahead of time to make sure that as soon as work ends this Friday you can jump in your car and get your weekend started.

Hobby-X Craft Expo – 3rd October
The popular, much-loved crafting expo is on its way to the Mother City for the first time! Grab some bits and bobs and dive straight into the world of scrapbooking, glass art, DIY projects, jewellery making and so much more. Whether you’re new or a professional crafter the Hobby-X Craft Expo is perfect for any avid crafters and hobbyists.

Date: 3 October 2014
Time: 09:00 – 18:00
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre
Price: R20 – R50

Summer of Champions Race Day – 4th October
Get out your fancy sunhat and grab your sunscreen because the start of the Western Cape’s horse racing season starts this Saturday at the Durbanville Racecourse. This event is open to anyone; newbies, professional betters, families and friends – so enjoy a fun-filled day packed with tasty food and drink, live entertainment, fashion shows, games for the kids and don’t forget the exciting horse races.

Date: 4 October 2014
Time: 11:00 – 19:00
Venue: Durbanville Racecourse
Price:  FREE – R30

Sunday Lunch at Savour Restaurant – 5th October
Sunday is a day or rest and of course a day for indulging in yummy foods and beverages, this is why African Pride 15 on Orange Hotel’s Savour Restaurant has brought back the bottomless bubble Sunday lunch on the first Sunday of every month! Pay them a visit this Sunday and you can look forward to a light starter of Roast Beef Roulade or Duck Liver Crème Brûlée, a main course of Chermoula Lamb Cutlets or Hazelnut-crusted Beef Filet Mignon and finish off with anything ranging from decadent cakes to fluffy pastries. Not to mention children under the age of 12 dine for free!

Date: 5 October 2014
Time: 12:30 – 16:00
Venue: Savour Restaurant at African Pride 15 on Orange Hotel
Price: R495

By the looks of things your days this weekend are going to be filled with many of these great activities, if so make sure to book yourself into 808 Cartwright corner so you have a cozy, luxurious place to rest your head safely and soundly. 

Written By: Christine Romans

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