Wake Up & Dream eco friendly toys

Wake Up & Dream

ECO FRIENDLY TOYS Edges are hand sanded so that corners are rounded to make them safe for little hands. Once our toys are smooth, we use non-toxic acrylic paints, but still trying to allow the natural, beautiful grain of the wood to show through. Each block is hand painted, or wood burnt by me in my home studio (so variances occur). Wood is completely natural and untreated. Each set is hand-crafted out of a variety of hardwoods, so there will be some irregularities among them. Organic and eco-friendly, each set is a mix of recycled oak, pine, meranti, teak, pink beech and balau. Wooden toys are very durable, so they can be enjoyed for a life time. Made with love xxx   Imagination rules the world -Napoleon                  

Berries to make you merry at Slowfood Stellenbosch

Slowfood Stellenbosch

Hola Cape Town! Summer is in the air – can we hear a halleluiah! That divine time of year where we haul out the sunscreen and slops and head to the beach. Long overdue late summer sunsets have graced us with their presence, braai’s and lawnmowers on a Sunday are not a fragment of our imaginations and with all that comes the delicious seasonal food - Lollies to make you jolly and suckers to make your children wakker! Saturday the 3rd of November from 9am to 2pm the Slowmarket Stellenbosch celebrates everything made with seasonal berries and fruits. Yes, tons of berries and berry infused dishes, drinks, cakes and bakes. To add the awesomeness the Devon Valley fun-run starts and ends at the Market grounds at Oude Libertas a                  

Spring has sprung at Laborie

Laborie Lazy Days Market September 1 2012

Goodbye grey, gloomy days of winter and Hello spring! Celebrate the start of spring by heading to the Laborie Lazy Days’ Market, for their fun filled spring-inspired market this Saturday, 1st September. Expect freshly baked breads, coffee, cheese, olives, honey and charcuterie. From mouth-watering food stalls to arts and craft exhibitors – it is all happening at Laborie! Chef Matthew Gordon, resident chef at Harvest, the restaurant at Laborie, will be treating foodies to a cooking demo, as the flowers are in full bloom he will show you how to cook with these edible garden beauties. Laborie is also supporting National Arbour Week and you can contribute by planting a tree or two. Or if you are into the arts check out the permanent                  

Only On A Sunday Market

Zula Sound Bar Market Only on A Sunday Market

Long Street is usually bustling with people, activity and non-stop entertainment - except on a Sunday. Although it may loose that chaotic-crazy energy it transforms into something very different and yet lovely in it’s own right. Laura Ronchi noticed this void and launched at the opportunity to create Cape Town’s newest, freshest and vibrant indoor Sunday market. Only On A Sunday… Located in the stunning Zula, Sound Bar building on Long Street the interior possesses that old–worldly charm dating back to the 1800’s. As you weave your way through the different floors and levels expect a delectable variety of art, live entertainment and eclectic stalls offering an abundance of goods ranging from A to Z, retro to modern, collectibles                  

Market at The Palms

The Palms Market in Woodstock

A fantastic new market, the Market at The Palms, is held every second Saturday in Woodstock. The brainchild of Isabella Niehaus, foodie and stylist extraordinaire, this market promises to bring us the best that the West Coast and Platteland have to offer, right here in Woodstock. The market offers a smorgasbord of delicious, fresh and distinctive food, with each of the traders handpicked for their special offering. Look forward to fresh Saldanha oysters and other seafood, fynbos teas, Tulbagh wines, gorgeous flowers, artisan breads, handcrafted chocolate, gourmet sandwiches, scrumptious melktert and fresh produce like figs, pomegranates and waterblommetjies. It’s not only food though, it also showcases unique linen,                  

Creative Night Market at Tjing Tjing

Creative market at night

    Be sure to get "Together" at Tjing Tjing creative night market this Tuesday evening, 27th March from 6pm-11pm. A whole list of interesting local talent will be there - it promises to be a venerable  celebration of creativity, inspiration and originality by some innovative local Cape Town creatives.  For more info, see http://www.tjingtjing.co.za/                      

Live Music and Extended Trading Hours at Bay Harbour Market.

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Village Market at Cape Quarter in de Waterkant on Sundays.

http://www.capequarter.co.za/

      Every Sunday 10h00 – 15h00 Beginning November 13, 2011   The Village Market @ Cape Quarter is a unique, European Lifestyle Market that supports local goods and produce, all the while striving to be as organic and environmentally friendly as possible.   The Village Market is acentrally located venue with an alfresco vibe – enhanced by an abundance of retail, restaurants and specialty services with secure underground parking.   “Promoting a life with style… Get fresh in the Village”   Market includes: European-style fruit, vegetable and flower Market Specialty food market: a smorgasbord of fresh, organic food. Choices include; fish, specialty                  

Bay Harbour – The Market, Hout Bay re-opens.

Bay-Harbour

    It’s taken a few weeks...but the Market is open again! Bay Harbour is more exciting than ever! Great new stalls – fashion, food, art, craft, interiors and other special treats - A fantasy land for your Christmas gift shopping. The vibe is back! Opening this Saturday (12th) For more information, go here                  

City Bowl Market on Hope every Saturday.

city-bowl-market

  The City Bowl Market on Hope  the place where Cape foodies meet. The organisers have spent months scouring the Cape for the most exciting stallholders and products – think bagels, Indian, sushi and croissants, but also fresh produce, bacon-and-egg rolls, ciabata, cheese and everything in between. Housed in an exquisite old building in Gardens with a fascinating history, (Zionist Hall, Jehovah’s Church, Indian Temple), the City Bowl Market on Hope is the place to meet friends and feed the family, while stocking the larder with a range of home-made delicacies. It caters for the whole family with a garden and jungle gym for the kids, draft beer for the dads and lots and lots of irresistible goodies to