Our city is always a busy place – and it was really hard to choose what our Top 3 things to do this weekend would be – but, we narrowed it down, finally – here are our Top 3 Things to Do in Jozi this weekend:
Get your shopping on…
Lou Harvey is having its annual sale! Yes you heard us!! The distinctive Lou Harvey range of accessories and soft furnishings has become a brand synonymous with cutting-edge design, style, fashion and functionality – and is well known for her flamboyant design sense and impeccable style.
Incorporating a large variety of accessories, including laminated bags, coolers, wallets and vanities; as well as an extensive fabric and soft furnishings range, Lou’s wide selection of products has resulted in a brand that has exploded in popularity in South Africa.
Date: Saturday 4th November
Time: 08h00 – 18hoo
Location: Northern Suberbs Tennis Club (25 Blandford Road, Parkwood, Johannesburg)
Carnival Market at Carnival City…
Everybody loves a good market, and with spring having sprung, so comes a brand new market! Carnival City jumps on the market bandwagon with their first ever market! It’s an outdoor market that will feature stalls and exhibits that will include handcrafted goods, clothing, drinks and other products on the first Sunday of every month.
The festival is free of charge. The family styled Carnival Market boasts something for everyone, with live entertainment by well known singer and SAMA nominee Pieter Koen and singer and Getroud Met Rugby actress Anlia van Rensburg.
There will be a beer garden; free ice-skating; a mini carousel; bumper cars; children’s playground; face painting; artisanal stalls and delicious food. Visitors can enjoy a variety of stalls which will include craft beer; the Gin Tin; Vintage wines; African handmade crafts; beaded jewellery; sand art; paella and so much more! Make your way to Carnival City on the first Sunday of every month!
Melville Koppies Guided Walking Tours…
Melville Koppies Nature Reserve offers guided walking tours every weekend. Bring your comfy hiking sneakers for the 2-3 hour hiking trail on the western section of the reserve, optional guided tours operate during designated times.
The breath taking vegetation of the Koppies is entirely indigenous and is a remarkable example of the richness of highveld grasses, flowers, and trees so close to a city. The ridges have not changed since their discovery they have looked the same for hundreds of years making it an ideal location for hikes.
Venue: Melville Koppies Nature Reserve
Cost: Cost: R50 per adult, R30 per child (no kids under 6, no dogs)
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