Cape Town Events Guide – 26Aug

Cape Town Mini Maker Faire
The second Cape Town Mini Maker Faire focuses on DIY and technology. Techies, tinkerers, hackers, hobbyists, crafters, artists, tech gurus, authors and inventors gather to engage with the public and exchange ideas. Part science fair, part trade fair, and part something entirely new, the event offers amazing creations and innovations from more than 60 exciting tech makers from around the country.
26 – 28 August @ Fri 2pm to 6pm | Sat & Sun 10am to 2pm or 2pm to 6pm
R120 Adult (13 yrs up) | R30 Kids (4 – 12 yrs) | R50 Students (with student ID) | Free for Kids (0 – 3 yrs)
The Science Centre, 370B Main Road, Observatory, Cape Town, Tel: (021) 300 3200

Blisters for Bread
The Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters for Bread hosts their annual Charity Family Fun Walk to raise funds to feed hungry schoolchildren. The walk starts from the Cape Town stadium, along the promenade and ends with food and festivities at the Green Point Cricket Club. The PSFA has been addressing childhood hunger since 1958 and aims to eradicate child-hunger and malnutrition.
28 August @ 7:30am
R50
Green Point Cricket Club, Corner Vlei & Fritz Sonnenberg Road, Green Point, Tel: (021) 447 3906 / 0843394631

Body Worlds Vital Exhibition
The exhibition provides visitors with an opportunity to see how lifestyle choices drastically affect the body. All the sections create an absolutely amazing exhibition, demonstrating the human body’s intelligent design, how it functions and to appreciate what happens when disease strikes and how it can miraculously regenerate itself.
Until 23 October
R100 – R160
Watershed, V&A Waterfront

Oude Werf’s Soul Food Evenings
This winter, Chef Jeromy will be exploring the flavours of our heritage with his Stellenbosch Soul Food menus.
Every Thursday until 30 September
R155pp
Oude Werf Restaurant, Church Street, Stellenbosch, Tel: (021) 887 4608

Delheim’s Cheese Fondue and Jazz Sundays
A laidback lunchtime affair where guests can enjoy the atmospheric tasting cellar, taste quality estate wines and snack on fondue while listening to a live jazz band until the late afternoon. Resident Chef Bruce von Pressentin’s cheese fondue follows an authentic Swiss recipe and combines Emmental, Gruyère and white wine. The fondue makes its way to the table with oven fresh bread dippers and vegetable crudités.
Every Sunday Until 28 August @ 12:30pm
R200
Delheim’s Garden Restaurant, Knorhoek Road, off the R44, Stellenbosch, Tel: (021) 888 4607