Kaleidoscope Community Market
Kaleidoscope Community Market happens once a month and offers vendors an opportunity to sell their products or services in a creative environment. This market was established to create employment for unemployed persons and to encourage them to become entrepreneurs. In this way, we are addressing the unemployment situation in our community and positively influencing the local economy. We are encouraging people to attend our market and support the entrepreneurs by buying their goods and services. We also offer a platform to musicians and creative arts in the form of a weekly music event.
Kaleidoscope Community Church, 56 Main Road, Claremont
021 674 email@example.com
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Cape Town’s most diverse outdoor market and famous landmark for bargain hunters! Enjoy endless variety of used items ranging from household goods and bric-a-brac, to collectables and antiques at bargain prices.
Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays, 8AM – weather permitting
Marine Drive (R27), Metro Industrial
Chilled Market at the Range
Good wholesome home-made food in a country setting – magical – on your doorstep…A Strong sense of community where we place a high importance on gathering of family and friends for the best eating experience while children have a space to play on our jungle gym and jumping castles.
Friday, 4:30PM to 9:30PM
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021 713 2340
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083 628 3426
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Saturday 9AM to 3PM
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Friday 5PM to 9PM; Saturday and Sunday 9:30AM to 4PM
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083 275 5586
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Saturdays 9AM to 2PM
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14 Hope Street, Gardens.
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Wednesdays 3PM to 8:30PM
Saturdays 9AM to 2PM
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Saturdays 9AM to 2PM
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First Saturday of the month, 8:30AM to 2PM
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