Spring Splash: This event will take place on Sunday the 4th of September at Fish Hoek Beach in Cape Town. There is no entrance fee, no registration, no fundraising and no charity to support – It’s all just for fun. Just bring your friends, your family, your staff, your boss, your neighbour, your kids, your grandparents. September is the start of spring and everyone is invited to celebrate the start of this season by swimming in the sea. This is a great opportunity to wave goodbye to winter as you step into the ocean and put on your costume. Cape Point Route invites all of Cape Town to join them on the beach at 15h30 for a group swim. The swim will take place come rain or shine and it’s up to you how long you spend in the water. For more information phone Manu on 072 9804335.
Swartland Show: This event is held in Moreesburg from the 7th of September to the 10th of September 2011. Visitors are invited to experience the farming life at this annual event. The Swartland Show is the biggest agricultural show in the Western Cape and promises to be an educating and fun filled event for the whole family. There will be 14 livestock championships hosted, including horses, sheep and cattle as well as numerous horse drawn carriage parades. Children can explore agricultural implements and join in the Cattle Expo where they can touch and learn more about farm animals. Visitors can enjoy homemade meals like potjiekos, pancakes and braaivleis while strolling through the crafters’ markets, agricultural machinery and livestock exhibitions. Moreesburg is only 100 km from Cape Town. The event is a definite must-attend event if you live in the Western Cape. Phone 022 4332461 for more information.
If you are looking to attend an upcoming event, you might also want to check out the Event Tickets category on the Junk Mail website.
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