Since starting this series, I am sure that Fridays come around a lot quicker than usual. Which of course begs the question, why didn’t I start this series earlier if that is the case!?!?!
So here’s whats on this weekend.
Thursday – Sunday
I know this isn’t “Kid Friendly” per say, but its beneficial to the tormenting of kids as they get older. The Photo & Film Expo is on at the TicketPro Dome. Africa’s leading annual photographic and filmmaking event, and arguably the most educational event of its’ kind in the world, takes place for the 7th time in Johannesburg, South Africa. With over 120 FREE workshops and virtually every major brand offering amazing show specials it’s the single most important event for the industry on the continent. Tickets are available at Webtickets, and workshops are offered on a first arrival basis, get to www.photofilmexpo.com for more details.
The Field and Study Park, in the heart of Sandton, is the ideal venue for this family-orientated food and craft market. A large jungle gym, free activities and toys for the children ensure that they will be entertained while the rest of the family shop or relax under the trees with a coffee or something to eat. Dogs on leashes welcome. The Market is on from 09h00 – 14h00. There will be a scavenger hunt in park activity for the first 50 children. Email: email@example.com Tel: 0727788044 Where: Field and Study Park, Corner 14th Street and Louise Avenue, Parkmore
The Pretoria Zoo has their fun walk on this Saturday. Let kids participate in a 5km Fun Run/Walk around the Pretoria Zoo – with a medal at the end! Saturday 21 at 06h30. Adults R 40, kids R 25. No booking or registration is necessary. Please note, card payments are not accepted. The cost includes a beautiful medal. Refreshments are on sale at the finish line. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0123283265 Where: 232 Boom Street, Pretoria
Kinderspiel has another amazing show on this weekend. The Alphabet Tree with singing, dance and storytelling. Ages 3+. Remember the show starts at 10h00 and is R55 per person.
Fairy Dust is showing again this weekend at the NG Kerk in Linden. If you haven’t seen it yet and still deciding, here is a teaser for you
More details can be found here: http://www.radicalmagic.com/
Saturday and Sunday
We have all see the adult version of the warrior race, now its time to let the kids get dirty and have fun. Warrior Bratz is a safe enclosure at the Warrior Race venue, where children can play and participate in the Bratz Race, while their parents take part in the Warrior Race. Saturday and Sunday from 08h00 – 15h00, according to age groups. Batches every ten minutes according to age categories. Age Categories are Children 4 to 12 years old and Children under 6 to be accompanied by an adult alongside the course. Remember to take old clothes and tackies, plastic bag, a towel, dry clothes, sunblock and pocket money for snacks. Every Little Warrior will earn a Jeep Warrior Bratz Medal by completing the minimum number of laps as follows: Ages 4-6 years – one lap, Ages 7-9 years – two laps, Ages 10-12 years – three laps. The course is +- 500m with eight Obstacles to be completed 1-3 times as a minimum to earn a Jeep Warrior Medal and thereafter as many times as they want. Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/1026565220708014/ Email: email@example.com Tel: 0714615417 Where: Zebra Country Lodge, Cullinan
The first of plenty Carols Events… If you don’t like Christmas, get over there will be lots of Christmas events posted here.
The annual Lonehill Carols by Candlelight will take place in the Lonehill Park on Sunday, 22 November from 16h00-20h00. Admission: R50.00 adults; R20.00 children (13 & under)
LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE Bring Your Own: Picnic baskets, blankets & chairs
On Sale: we will have a variety of food vendors available. Glow sticks and Christmas goodies will also be on sale. Seating is unreserved so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. STRICTLY NO DOGS ALLOWED. For further details please contact the LRA on 011 465 9196 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org