Cape Town Events Guide – 3 June

Kamers vol Geskenke

Part of the Castle of Good Hope’s 350th Anniversary, Kamers vol Geskenke is a large scale pop-up trading space for over 100 hand-picked vendors. Musicians Amy Ayanda, Odwa Bongo, Lucy Kruger, Paige Mac and Robin Auld give live performances

1 – 5 June @ 4pm – 8pm

R30

Castle of Goodhope, Darling Street & Buitenkant Street, Cape Town

 

Dog Walk and Funday

Drakenstein Animal Rescue host their main fundraising event where owners and their dogs can enjoy a walk on the wine farm. A treasure hunt is included on the route for participants to enjoy with their canine companions as well as a Flyball demonstration. 

5 June @ 9:30am – 2pm

R20 – R40

Rhebokskloof Wine Estate, Paarl, Tel: 082 5972994

 

Wacky Wine Weekend

The thirteenth annual Wacky Wine Weekend in the Robertson Wine Valley showcases more than 40 wine estates, boutique wineries and tourism establishments in the area while hosting activities and events to suit everyone in the family from the little ones to those who prefer their drinks non-alcoholic. A Wacky Passport includes a wine glass, a water bottle, a wristband, a programme and coupons to enjoy free wine tastings at participating wineries. Food stalls provide deli fare as well as cooked meals and live entertainment include the likes of Karen Zoid and Bottomless Coffee.

2 – 5 June

R150

Various, Robertson Wine Valley

 

Soup, Sip & Bread Festival

The festival will include the participation of 12 wine farms that make up the Durbanville Wine Valley. Altydgedacht, Bloemendal, D’Aria and Signal Gun, among other wine farms, will each be offering a selection of wines, soups, artisan breads, winter inspired culinary treats, live music and special dining experiences.

3 – 5 June

R60 – R200

Durbanville Wine Route, Tel: 083 3101228

 

Snow World

A snow park and entertainment venue that offers unique combinations of snow and ice activities for all ages. Activities include the snow box, ice slides, snow play area, ice bar and lounge, animals of the ice age exhibit, raised viewing deck, Alpine hospitality village and the kids party zone.

Until 31 July – Wed & Thurs 12pm – 10pm | Fri 12pm – 11pm | Sat 10am – 11pm | Sun 10am – 9pm
Cost: Non-rider pass R50 | Mini pass R60 | Snow & ice rider pass R120 | Snow boarding pass R140

Grand West Casino and Entertainment World, 1 Jakes Gerwel Drive, Goodwood, Tel: 078 7750103

 

Make Your Own Sushi

Add a little flair to your dining experience at African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel & Spa. Once a month on a Saturday sushimaking classes are available to the public. This class is available for individuals as well as groups of 6 and 12, if you would prefer a private experience with your friends.

R310 per person (sushi-making experience, a classic signature Crystal mojito and then the best part: eating the actual sushi that you have personally made)

African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel & Spa, Tel: (021) 525 3888