Spring Collectors Toy Fair
The Cape Model and Toy club will be hosting its annual fair. This event is not to be missed. They will have approximately 98 tables of die cast toys, trains, slot cars, plastic kits and much more.Your chance to buy that elusive model that you’ve been looking for is here.
7 October, 9AM – 2PM
Edgemead Town Hall, Edgemead Drive, Edgemead
021 – 558 9533/073 231 4488
CT Coffee & Chocolate
Coffee and Chocolate is back for its second year in Cape Town, and the public are invited to sample, taste and buy the many products on offer. The event offers a Wine Pairing Theatre, Chocolate Workshop, Coffee Theatre and Cocoa Mokka Music Lounge.
6 to 8 October
R80 – R100
Durbanville Race Course, Bowlers Ave, Durbanville, Cape Town
082 563 3332
Oktoberfest at Eaglevlei
Eaglevlei hosts its own Oktoberfest during the month of October, showcasing local craft beer, authentic German food and music. The event runs over the first three weekends of the month and features live entertainment. Tickets are sold as group packages, and include 10 All Day Passes, 1 5L Beer Tower, 2 Exclusive Hausmeister Platters and access to a server. The platters include Eisbein, Bratwurst, Cheese Wors, Pork Bangers, Apple and Sage Pork Bangers, Pork Schnitzel Strips, Gammon Kebabs, German Potato Salad and a variety of homemade breads.
7 to 22 October, 11AM
R2 500 per table (max 10 people)
Eaglevlei Wine Estate, Old Paarl Rd, Stellenbosch
021 884 4713
Usana Farm Feast
The day is about showcasing everything that Usana does on its farm. Slippery Spoon Kitchen prepares the food, with the focus being on the farm’s grass fed beef and pasture reared chicken eggs. Ticket price includes a full farm table lunch, wine tasting, live music, kid’s entertainment, R50 wine voucher and a whole day relaxing on the farm.
7 to 8 October, Sat 12.30pm to Sun 6pm
R80 – R390
Usana Farming Estate, Klein Welmoed Farm, Baden Powell Dr, Lynedoch, Stellenbosch
083 650 9528
Cap Classique & Gin Affair 107
Wade Bales presents the Cap Classique and Gin Affair, where guests celebrate the start of Spring on a private beach, sipping bubbly and sampling craft spirits. The event features over 75 of South Africa’s premium MCC’s (all made in the traditional Methode Champenoise style), such as Graham Beck, Steenberg, Simonsig, Villiera, Krone, Constantia Uitsig, Silverthorn and more.
6 to 7 October
The Grand Café & Beach, Haul Rd, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
021 794 2151
Cape Town Buskers Festival
The Cape Town Buskers Festival sees international and local buskers heading to the City to perform for audiences at the V and A Waterfront. 80 performances – street performers, circus acts, buskers, musicians, artists, clowns, mimes and entertainers – take place over four days and closes the Cape Town Fringe Festival. The programme consists of free-to-enter performances on four stages.
5 to 8 October
V&A Waterfront, Dock Rd, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Monday Night Magic: Season 5
The Cape Town Magic Club hosts its 5th season of Monday Night Magic, where audiences are entertained with a variety of illusions, sleight of hand, mentalism and magic. Guests are welcomed to the show by the members of Black Orchid Burlesque South Africa. Guests are able to enjoy pre- or post-show drinks, including a special Monday Night Magic cocktail. Then, downstairs all manner of mystery unfolds, where nearly 30 magicians who specialise in various disciplines, entertain audience members.
18 September to 30 October, 7PM to 9PM
R170 – R200
The Taj Hotel, 1 Wale St, CBD, Cape Town
083 229 9550