RED @ BEAU is a dedicated event to launch the Reddam Sports Foundation; A foundation that is committed to giving deserving students the opportunity to attend Reddam House – a fitting sentiment in that Reddam is Latin for “give back”.
In order to raise funds for the Reddam Sports Foundation, we have lined up two of the hottest acts in South Africa: LOCNVILLE and Freshlyground, to perform at Beau Constantia.
Our dress code for the day is strictly casual, with a splash of red…
If you are going to join us for RED @ BEAU, please remember the following:
• Cash, should you wish to purchase something from our Food Trucks, or drinks from our bar setups
• Blankets, as it can get chilly at night
** Please note; in the interest of responsible alcohol use and your own safety, we encourage you to make use of an UBER or taxi, rather than driving through. The estate will be CLOSED to vehicular traffic on the day, with limited parking available at Constantia Nek.
Tickets are available from Webtickets at R350.00 for pupils and R500.00 for adults.
Date: 24 February 2018
Time: 5 PM – 10 PM
Venue: Beau Constantia, Constantia Main Road, Constantia.
Kirstenhof friends and neighbours! Please come out to support the Heifers and KCW’s “Ice-Cream Sunday” on 25th February 2018. We’ll have a special ice-cream van “patrolling” our neighbourhood and hope to see all of our neighbours and their kids out on their streets between 4pm – 6pm. Let’s put a wonderful sense of fun and community spirit back into our lovely neck of the woods.
** NB** Please let us know what roads NOT to miss so we can plot it out and we’ll let you know our planned route ahead of time. **
We look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones!
Adore it or abhor it, you can’t escape the universal day of love. And while Valentine’s Day (14 February, for those who tend to forget) has become an age-old tradition defined by shop-bought red roses, heart-smattered teddy bears and boxes upon boxes of gooey chocolates, your personal Cupid-themed celebration doesn’t have to be quite so cliché. So, if you’re looking to spend Valentine’s Day in Cape Town (or any other amorous special occasion, for that matter), think outside the heart-shaped box and woo him or her with a truly inspired romantic escapade.
From incredible dinners and hotel stays to unique couples’ experiences and exclusive promos, here’s our pick of things to do this V-Day in Cape Town.
This event is hosted by the Diep River Community Policing Forum where we will be commemorating the start of the 16 days of Activism for gender and domestic abuse. There will be activities throughout the day and food stalls as well as organisations that deal with abuse to let the community know there are places available that can help.
Support the local community security providers as well as neighbourhood watches by buying some food from the stalls. As it is the start of the 16 days of activism, there will be companies and government departments also taking part advertising their services for the public. There will be entertainment throughout the event, snake show, fire safety display, marimba band, drumming and lots more… Please come support the Diep River CPF and SAPS.
The Chilled Market at the Range is a weekly Friday evening food market at The Range Function and Conference Centre in Tokai. Relaxing and peaceful, this popular market has seating indoor and outside and offers a wide variety of homemade food, local wines, and craft beer on tap. Live music, safe play areas for children, free secure parking – and so much more!
This is Africa’s biggest kite festival and attracts over 20,000 visitors, including some of the biggest names in kiting in South Africa and the world who fly in to show off their magnificent kite creations.
With kite-making, kite-flying, food stalls, kiddies’ rides, a full programme of entertainment and an eclectic craft market, this is family entertainment at its best.
The Cape Town International Kite Festival happens on (and above) the lawns of Zandvlei Nature Reserve, Muizenberg (corner Axminster and The Row), from 10:00 to 18:00 daily. There is an entry fee payable on the day – proceeds go to Cape Mental Health, a not-for profit organization.
When? 28-29 October 2017
How? Call +27 (0)21 782-0877 or +27 (0)21 447-9040