9 PUBNITERS promises you an evening out with music from the legends like Abba, Beach Boys, Elvis and many more. A night with the legends is a fund-raising event for Ekurhuleni LifeLine and will be hosted at Summerfields Primary School, Rolls Royce Street, Impala Park, on November 9 at 6.30am for 7am. Tickets sell at R100 per person – please note no u-18s allowed. For more information and bookings contact Celia 076 105 2820 or email [email protected]
14 THE November meeting for the Probus Club will be held at the Reading Country Club on November 14 from 11am. Probus is a club for retirees and semi-retirees. The guest speaker will be Arthur John Rosen, who will be talking about “The Three Fundamentals of Health, Vitality, Energy and the Glue Holding it Together.” If you would like to join the Probus Club and/or attend the November meeting, feel free to contact Ken Mutch on 083 276 2351.
24 THIS is one car show bringing you everything you love about cars and motorcycles with high end vehicles, street and hot rods and a touch of the classics – make sure you make your way to Hoërskool Dinamika on Saturday, November 24. The day is hosted by the Brackendowns police reservists to raise much-needed funds to equip them to effectively protect and serve the community. The day also offers a children’s play area with jumping castles and a variety of games as well as food and drink stalls. There is also a raffle and tickets will be sold at the gate. An entrance fee of R50 per person will be charged and children under 12 enter free of charge. Stalls are available at R150 and trailers at R300. Book now. For more information and bookings contact Chris 081 015 3888 or Ashley 084 786 1982.
25 JOBURG Ice Cream Run, hosted by The Ice Cream Fun Fest SA, will take place on November 25 at 10am to 4pm at Rietvlei Zoo Farm. Everyone is invited to this day filled with loads of outdoor activities and fun. The Ice Cream Fun Fest SA is a community platform that celebrates the power of food to bring people together. For more information send an email to [email protected]
1 WHAT comes to mind when you think of endless entertainment options, gorgeous people, drinks that flow and the grandest horse racing event of the year? Well, two things … holiday season and of course, The G-Bets Gauteng Summer Cup (Joburg’s oldest and largest horse-racing event). With massive prize money to be won, a gorgeous setup alongside the historic Turffontein Racecourse, a host of entertainment options to look forward to and, of course, tons of betting opportunities, you won’t want to miss out. Dress in your summer best and be sure to be seen at the sexiest event of the season. Tickets are available from R75 per person. Remember to diarise December 1 and make sure you don’t miss out. Turffontein Racecourse is situated at 14 Turf Club Street, Johannesburg. Details: https://gautengsummercup.co.za
7 CHRISTMAS Market at Sha-Mani Lodge, 30 Doncaster Raod, New Market, Alberton for December 7 to December 9. This promises to be a spectacular weekend event running into the night with delicious food from various stalls, more than 80 craft and market stalls, gift wrapping station in support of Irwin Animal Rescue Centre, kids’ activities throughout market hours with Olaf, Anna and Elsa is visiting on the Saturday – come play in the snow with them, jumping castle, face painting, pony rides, petting zoo, free dance mouse class (Saturday) and free playball session (Saturday). Christmas lights will be on in the gardens in the evenings with music entertainment on the Friday evening and Carols by Candlelight on the Saturday evening. Market is open Friday from 1pm to 9pm, Saturday from 9am to 9pm and Sunday from 9am to 3pm. Entry fee is R20 per person with children under the age of 7 enter free. Visit www.facebook.com/albertonchristmascraftmarket for more information.
8 RAWSON Properties will be hosting a Family Fun Day at Jackson Dam on December 8, to raise funds for various initiatives around Alberton. There will be a craft market, food stalls, dog shows, a DJ, a magician, Santa Claus and his elf, a fitness gym and a jumping castle for the children, an auction and “Habib’s Boxing Hand Pad Expo”. Entrance is free, or you can book a table for R150. Please bring along any unwanted items that can benefit the less fortunate. Donations and funds raised will go towards the Help Empower the Less Fortunate (HELP) Forum, Alberton SPCA, Alberton Child Welfare, Animal Protection Network (APN) and the Community Policing Forum (CPF). For more information, or to book a table, please call Chantelle on 078 492 5216.
SA MILITARY History Society, Johannesburg branch, will meet again on December 13 at the Auditorium of the Museum of Military History, Erlswold Way, Saxonwold (next to the Zoo) at 8pm. This will be a DVD evening to be followed by a year-end function. DVD Title: “Deterrence from the deep, the US Navy Ohio class ballistic missile submarines” – running time 42 minutes. Wives are welcome to come along with their husbands and enjoy the evening with us. Visitors are charged R30 per person, which includes tea or coffee after the lecture. For more information, call the SANational Museum of Military History at 011 646 5513, or e-mail [email protected].
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