The Alphen Antiques and Collectables fair will be held at the St Thomas Anglican Church hall at 61 Campground Round, Rondebosch from 10:00 – 16:00 on Thursday the 27 May 2014. Various items will be for sale from jewelry, watches, coins and books to militaria and small furnishings. Entrance is free and ample parking is available.
Hannes Mostert of Sure Wall CC making use of #CapeBrick retaining wall blocks on a job for a client in Rondebosch, Cape Town. The retaining wall supports a swimming pool on the upper level. The product being used is from Cape Brick, Rockface Retaining Wall block in Sandstone. www.surewall.co.za
The Festival will showcase a number of schools, colleges and community big bands in celebration of performing for 16 years at the Baxter Concert Hall in Rondebosch. Special guest artists will also be participating in the four day festival. Money raised at the festival will be used for various initiatives, especially in disadvantaged communities. Date:
Wishing all residents of Rondebosch a wonderful Easter weekend! Thinking of getting the family out of the house over the long weekend? Below is a suggested security check list you can follow before you leave the house: Ensure that your pets are looked after and consider getting a house sitter Take out the trash Turn
The Two Oceans Marathon will affect the following roads in Rondebosch on the 19 April 2014: Union Avenue between Rhodes Drive to UCT Off Ramp (Northbound Carriageway – left lane closed) from 06:30 – 14:00 To view other roads closed on the day click here Community event notice brought to you by Chas Everitt Rondebosch – For more
Enjoy the Rondebosch Craft Market this Saturday, 12 March 2014 from 9am – 2pm. One of Cape Town's longest existing markets, set under the trees this market has a selection of home made goods, craft stall and food and bevereages. For more information click here Community event notice brought to you by Chas Everitt Rondebosch – For
Every Monday, a pub quiz takes place at Oblivion Cafe. Teams (of any size) get together over a glass (or bottle) of wine to test their general knowledge. Venue: Oblivion Cafe, Cnr 3rd Ave & Chichester Road, Harfield Village, Cape Town. Time: 7:30pm for 8pm Cost: R20 For more information click here Community event notice