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17 October 2015
The Happiest 5k on the Planet,
My daughter and a friend took part last year and she said it was the best fun she’d ever had.
Colour, dancing, music, FUN – Happy people all over the place – Splashed in ranges of exotic colours.
BUT if you prefer to keep the paint on the paper – THEN ART JAMMING IS FOR YOU
From children having fun on large sheets of paper – to groups enjoying team building art sessions.
ART JAMMING is the place to go – everything under one roof.
You will also find the local Artist Carin Maehr’s Collection of Adult Colouring in Books to purchase in their stores. http://www.carinmaehr.com for a peek at the designs and collection available.
ART JAMMING CONTACT DETAILS CAPE TOWN:
Corporate Event Enquiries:
Messy Play Class Enquiries:
Tel: 021-425 5050 || Email: email@example.com
FOR INFORMATION ON THE COLOUR RUN
Venue: Green Point Stadium, Fritz Sonnenberg Rd, Green Point, Cape Town
Cost: R 100 – R 250
Butterfly World Cape Town
Another delightful adventure for children, walk amongst the butterfly’s. Free and flying around you. Buy something to eat while you are there, great place to spend the day with the children. I see that they know have a spider room, fantastic for those little one’s interested in spiders, my son has a passion for learning everything about spiders.
So it looks like an all round adventure for everyone, contact details below. – Prices blow – Children Under 3 FREE
The largest free-flying park for butterflies in Southern Africa. An enclosed garden offers an array of colourful butterflies which flit around visitors. Other attractions include a reptile bay and spider room, for the more adventurous visitor.Refreshments and light meals are available from the Schmetterling restaurant.
Venue: Route 44, Klapmuts (near Stellenbosch and Paarl)
Time: 9am to 5pm daily (except Christmas Day)
Cost: Adults R 58 | Children R 33 | Families R 149 (2 adults,2 children) | pensioners/college students R 53 | Children under 3 enter free
Tel: 021 875 5628
The World of Birds
This is a must for all families, pack your picnic basket for the day and take a trip to The World of Birds, It on one of the many benches and watch the flamingo’s on the lake. Wonder through the large bird enclosures and experience the birds around you. The last time I was there a bird wanted to perch on my shoulder. Magnificent Owls, Eagles and other fascinating birds. The monkey enclosure is great fun as these friendly fury animals try and open your hand convinced you have some treats for them. It can be a full days delight and will take you some time to get through this delightful journey.
These birds are rescued and re-rehabilitated, by amazing and wonderful volunteers. So If you have bird that needs help this is the place to take it, be sure to offer a donation no matter how small or large.
(Extract from Whatsonincapetown) below)
The largest bird park in Africa with over 3000 birds including numerous birds of prey, as well as reptiles and monkeys. Walk-through aviaries offer the chance for close-up encounters with a variety of birds and animals.
Venue: Wildlife Sanctuary, Valley Road, Houtbay, Cape Town
Time: Every Day 9am – 5pm (Feeding Times: Penguins, 11.30am & 3.30pm, Pelicans 12.30pm, Cormorants 1.30pm, Birds of Prey 4.15pm) Monkey Jungle open 11.30am – 1.30pm and 2pm – 3.30pm
Cost: Adults R 85, Pensioners and Students, R55 (with card) Children R 40, U3s Free.
Tel: 021 790 2730