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June 27, 2013

Your Cape Town Weekend: things to do from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 June, 2013

Don't miss the Winter Wonderland Carnival in Gordon's Bay this weekend. Photo courtesy of Jeanette Loring

Hello pay-day weekend! Yes, Mother City lovers, it’s nearly the magical 48 hours after you’ve been paid, and there are plenty of fun events to spend your hard-earned cash on.

Whether you’re admiring the sparkling lights in Gordon’s Bay, taking a road trip to Knysna for some fresh oysters, or listening to music at our very own Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, one thing is for sure: you’ll be entertained this weekend.

Join me at the following events from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 June, 2013:

Winter Wonderland Carnival 2013

The quaint seaside town of Gordon’s Bay is set to be brightened by light decorations and activities as it celebrates its third annual Winter Wonderland Carnival this weekend.

Join the festivities and marvel at the magical carnival characters, fire dancers, face painters and stilt walkers at the Fairy Fair; try the many food stalls; enjoy the Mr and Miss Wonderland competition; or shriek in mock horror at the popular Enchanted Ghost House.

Whatever you do, don’t miss this event! Visit www.winterwonderland.co.za for more information.

Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival 2013

Grab your best friends for a tasty road trip to the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival.

This year’s event offers something for everyone, from running, cycling and adventure racing to wine and whiskey tastings, cooking competitions, food and wine pairings, live music and, of course, the oysters.

For more details, please call +27 (0)44 382 5510.

2013 Winter Concerts at Moyo Kirstenbosch

Moyo is bringing the musical heat to our gorgeous Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden this chilly season – this Saturday local singer Mark Haze will be setting the stage alight with his phenomenal performance.

Book your tickets at Webtickets.

Visit our Events page for more details on what’s on in Cape Town.

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