Roll out of bed, slip on your stokies and wear them to work or school this Friday 3rd August 2012 for an amazing cause - generating warm wishes for children suffering from life-threatening diseases. Reach for a Dream gained inspiration in 1988 from the American version Make-A-Wish Foundation... and so the journey of dream fulfilment began. The organisation defined its core purpose as “fulfilling the dreams of children of any race, colour and creed between the ages of 3 and 18 faced with a life-threatening illness.” Last year Reach for a Dream raised an incredible R175, 000 for the KwaZulu-Natal region and this year the project goes national. All you have to do is buy your 'Slipper Sticker' from any Miladys store for R10 and wear
The Easter egg hunt is an Easter Sunday tradition for many families, but what if you don't have a garden? Or your kids are just too smart to let the Easter Bunny hide those tasty treats? The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway has organised a fun alternative – the highest Easter egg hunt in the Cape. Hop, the Easter Bunny; Sparkle, the Easter Fairy and the Mad Hatter will be hiding chocolate treats on top of the mountain between 10am and 1pm on Sunday 8 April 2012. Once the children and their parents reach the Upper Cable Station, they will be given a series of clues to follow in order to find the grand treasure box in the clouds. Fun activities such as spinning the wheel and diving into a barrel of balls will keep the
17 on Loader guest house in Cape Town would like to alert all you mums and dads to this wonderful parenting workshop that is being held by KidsforAfrica at the V&A Waterfront this - Spring into Parenting Action! Come and Get Fresh with your Partner and Blossom Together for your children on 11 September 2010 from 9:00am to 2:00pm! Join KidsforAfrica, Babyhands, Educare, Holistic Kids and Equalzeal for a Parenting Workshop with a difference!! Bookings and enquiries to email@example.com - space is limited so contact us asap!
Next weekend, the South African Cheese festival returns to us in all it's stinky goodness! In truth, I'm still not convinced that Cheese festival is a and adequate name. While I dare not blaspheme against the quality and variety of cheeses at the SA Cheese festival, the name shneakily hides the incredible array of other appetizers and palate-pamperers on show. In the sanctuary of Simondium, somewhere between Paarl and Franschhoek, the SA Cheese festival returns to Bien Donné farm from the 24th until the 27th of April. The Cooking Pot is the cheese festival's cookery corner. By now a renowned space for innovative cheese use (no, really), The Cooking Pot is great place for gourmet gurus and closet chefs to