Cape Town Events Guide – 30Sept

Ripleys Believe it or Not Expo

The displays are highly educational covering themes including space, the ocean, human oddities, giants and little people, sport, Asia, Africa, vampires and lizards. With more than 170 artifacts and interactive exhibits. Collected by Mr Robert Ripley himself and by the team of Ripley Entertainment Inc in the US.

1 October – 31 December

R150 – R175

Clock Tower, V&A Waterfront, Dock Road, Cape Town

 

Kids Foraging and Harvest Morning

Children have the opportunity to participate in a fun morning of gathering and tasting different scented leaves and edible flowers. Children will learn fun facts about plants, get to meet farm animals, create artwork, make and eat delicious pizzas or scones with the foraged and harvested ingredients with Fynbos iced tea, and have fun in the playground with new friends.

4 October @ 10am – 1pm

R280 per child / R440 for 2 children

Veld and Sea Classroom, Good Hope Gardens Nursery, Plateau Road, Cape Point

Tel: 072 2344804

 

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