Things to do in October
1 – 2 Oct Don‘t miss the Riebeek Valley Shiraz and Arts Weekend where you can view painting, sculpture and photography exhibitions and indulge in delicious food and garagiste wines. Go to www.riebeekvalley.info or call Lisa on 022 448 1077 or email email@example.com for more information.
4 – 9 Oct Head out to the Clover Aardklop National Arts Festival in Potchefstroom where you will be able to see acclaimed productions such as Nicola Hanekom’s Lot and Sylvaine Strike’s The Table. Don’t miss the Ideas stall for our special subscription offer. For more information go to www.aardklop.co.za
7 – 9 Oct Join some of Franschhoek Valley’s chefs and wine makers at Cook Franschhoek and learn how to master the art of preparing the perfect Christmas meal. There are also many other hands-on demonstrations to attend. Purchase your ticket from www.webtickets.co.za. For more information, go to www.franschhoek.org. za or call the Franschhoek Wine Valley & Tourist Association on 021 876 2861.
14 – 16 Oct Make your way to the Robertson Wine on the River festival taking place at Goudmyn situated on the R317 between Robertson and Bonnievale. Enjoy country hospitality, wine tastings and gastronomic delights. Book your tickets online at www. webtickets.co.za or call the Robertson Wine Valley office on 023 626 3167. For more infor- mation, go to www.wineonriver.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
25 – 29 Oct Be inspired at the Cape Embroiderers’ Guild exhibition at Fish Hoek Civic Centre where works of members will be displayed. For more information call Penny Cornell on 021 761 5052 or email email@example.com or go to www.capeembroiderersguild.co.za
Is your creative club or class planning a special event? Do you know of a ‘must-attend’ market, stitchcraft course or cookery demonstration? Forward the date, time, venue and other details to Shamilah Petersen at speterse@ media24.com with DIARY in the subject line, and we’ll try to include it in our monthly creative calendar.