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2016-11-09 06:01
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Pop-up Christmas fair

INDWE Risk Services will be hosting a pop-up Christmas fair at Yellowwood Café at 1 Shafton Road in Howick on 27 November from 9am to 2pm. There will be a miniature petting zoo, jungle gym, bike track and lots of stalls with exclusive Christmas decorations available.

Night of the Stars

THE Msunduzi Hospice Association hosts Night of the Stars, featuring stand-up comedian Kamini Govender and the Manteca band, on 12 November at the Golden Horse Casino function room. Tickets are R300 per person (tables of 10 available). For more information, phone Vijaya Chetty or Sonya Mateus on 033 344 1560 or reception@
hospicekzn.co.za

Koustubh Pare visits PMB

KOUSTUBH Pare, an artist of international standing, is visiting South Africa to enable and enrich people in the musical field.

With a master’s degree from Indira Kala Sangeeth University and post-diploma courses at the Sri Sathya Sai Mirpuri College of Music, Pare has been under the tutelage of gurus in various genres. Encouraged and inspired by Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, he has excelled in both classical as well as devotional songs. His intention is to take Indian culture to greater heights through the medium of music. On 15 November, he will perform in the Kharina School hall, 390 Regina Road, Bombay Heights, from 6.30pm to 9 pm.

For details, contact the Midlands Sai Organisation president Morgan Govender at saiesha.niri@gmail.com or phone 083 448 5596.

Dudu Busani-Dube book signing

Exclusive Books at Liberty Midlands Mall will be having a book signing by Dudu Busani-Dube author of the books, Hlomu the Wife, Zandile the Resolute and Naledi his Love on Saturday 12 November at 11am to 1pm.

Handel’s Messiah

PIETERMARITZBURG Amateur Music Society (Pams) with Eyesizwe Adult Choir and the Pietermartizburg City Orchestra, conducted by Nigel Fish, presents George Frideric Handel’s Messiah on 20 November at 2.30 pm at Hilton Christian Fellowship Church, 3 Hilton College Road. Unreserved tickets cost R100 for adults and R50 for scholars. To buy tickets or for more information phone Ruth on 033 347 5464.

Hume Pictorials talk in Hayfields

WELL-KNOWN orthopaedic surgeon, Dr Rob Mclennan-Smith, will once again, be presenting an interesting and informative talk, illustrated with rare philatelic material, on the Hume Pictorials at the Maritzburg Philatelic Society on Monday, 21 November at 3.30pm at St Mathews Parish Church Hall, 115 Hesketh Drive, Hayfields. As part of the Postal Reforms of the 1840s, the adhesive stamp (the Penny Black) and the pre-paid letter-sheet (The Mulready Envelope) were issued together on 6 May, 1840. The stamp was extremely well received, but the Mulready design was ridiculed by the public almost immediately. These designs poked fun at every aspect of Mulready, most of which are amusing and often irreverent towards Britannia, who was central in the design. The caricatures are much sought after many collectors, many are unique and all command high prices. The McLennan-Smith Collection contains one of the largest numbers of these wonderful envelopes and will be on display at the meeting. The public is invited to attend another interesting presentation, which is both informative, amusing and of considerable historic importance. Admission is free and tea will be available for a donation of R5.

Photos with extra meaning

NICOLE Haynes Photography partners with Xtract Café in Garlington Estate, Hilton for a day of fun, capturing special family moments to decorate your world, in support of local charity, Singakwenza. Bring your family to Xtract Café on 12 November and book a fun 20-minute mini session with Nicole Haynes Photography and 50% of the pro?ts go to Singakwenza. You will receive a piece of original custom artwork for your home for an investment of R750. Once you reserve your spot by paying a 50% deposit (R375) you will receive all the information to prepare for your shoot. To ?nd out more about Nicole Haynes Photography, or to view her portfolio, visit www.nicolehaynes.net or like her on Facebook at Nicole Haynes Photography. Space is limited, phone 081 340 4048 or email nicole@nicolehaynes.net

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