Monday, 27 October 2014

What to do in Cape Town this weekend (31st October – 2nd November 2014)

Its Monday yet again, but it’s never too early to plan your weekend. From Murder Mystery on Halloween to bonanzas and fairs, Get ready because it’s going to be a three day amazing fest!

Murder Mystery Dinner and Halloween Party at Shimmy Beach Club – 31st October
A delicious four course supper and a fun fancy dress party a waits at the swanky Shimmy Beach Club, it will be an evening of murder and intrigue this Halloween! Tuck into the eateries new summer menu while the professional performers will interact with the audience (YOU!) or skip the formal dining event and get straight to the bone-chilling house beats played by resident DJs. This blood curdling event also offers an exclusive VIP party, views of the stunning seaside and you could win an amazing “best dressed party goer” prize.

Date: 31 October 2014
Time: 19:00 until late
Venue: Shimmy Beach Club
Price: R150 – R450

Bonnievale Bonanza – 1st November
Gear up for a day of family-friendly fun runs, bike races and many more festivities at the Breede River Valley. Whether you want to get out of the city for the day or you’re just looking for something exciting to do with the family, the Bonnivale Bonanza is just for you! The festival celebrates its 20th birthday this year and is kicking off with some adrenaline pumping activities, here’s what to expect: A celebrity chef dinner, SPAR potjiekos competition, a 4X4 adventure, craft stalls, activities for kids, veteran car show, not to mention the Ms. Bonanza pageant and top local music acts take to the stage.

Date: 1 November 2014
Time: 06:00 until late
Venue: Bonnievale High School
Price: FREE – R290

Elgin Food and Gift Fair – 2nd November
The festive season is coming soon, so stock up on gifts at this quaint, friendly fun-fair in Elgin Valley. This charming affair is going to be filled with a huge array of delicious goodies, amazing home-made Christmas gifts and fun for the entire family. Gather your family and friends and make a day of it, why not stock up on some wrapping paper and Christmas decorations, while you browse through some potential gifts like handmade kitchen décor to 100% natural skin care products! If you bring the kids along their also in for a treat of face painting and pony or tractor rides, so do your shopping early and miss the manic masses.

Date: 2 November 2014
Time: 10:00 – 16:00
Venue: Oneiric Wine Farm
Price: R20

Make sure to start planning right now and prepare to have a bit of well-deserved fun this up and coming weekend, whether it’s fun and games at Shimmy Beach Club or gift shopping with family and friends, its bound to be unforgettable.

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