Fynbos and Food Event On In Cape Town

Now that you are on holiday, it is time for you to enjoy the finer things in life. Why not start with the Fynbos and Food event? This local food show will take place on 16 December in the Good Hope Gardens Nursery. The Good Hope Gardens Nursery is a beautiful indigenous plant nursery near Cape Point in the Western Cape.Good Hope Gardens Nursery will be hosting the Fynbos & Food event this year on the 16th of December. Good Hope Gardens Nursery is a beautiful indigenous plant nursery near Cape Point in the Western Cape.

The emphasis of  Fynbos and Food will be on food, Fynbos and local produce. It’s a concept of a farmers market meets art in the outdoors. The Event will be the joining of community in the best way:nature, music, art, great food, kids entertainment and friends.

At Fynbos and Food one can expect indigenous plants, organic produce, delicious food stalls and locally produced goods. The plant nursery will be having a sale on all plants in the retail. A new farmstall will be open and filled with goodies as well. There will be an array of stalls including crafts, leather work, woodwork, organic fruit and veg, freshly baked breads, wheat free bakes and other delicious treats.

Visitors to Fynbos and Food can relax with refreshments in the outdoor seating area, explore the Fynbos Walks and take in the local artists exhibition displayed around the nursery. For the little ones there will be pony rides, a jumping castle, face painting and craft stalls, healthy food, a playground and farm animals. There will also be musicians, a succulent koppie and sculpture footpath as well as expert gardening advice.

This is truly an event for the whole family. The Good Hope Nursery is located in Plateau Road just 1.5km from Redhill Y-junction en route to Cape Point. The event will be on from 10 AM to 4 PM. For more information phone Roushanna Gray on 021 7809299 or 072 2344804.

Feel free to check out the other Events posted on the Junk Mail blog. You can also check out the Event Tickets section on the Junk Mail website for tickets to upcoming events.

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Henno Kruger

Digital Marketing Campaign Coordinator at Junk Mail Publishing.

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