What’s on in and around Amanzimtoti

2016-09-28 06:00

16 October - Goss & Balfe Sapphire Coast Marathon. This year’s marathon and half-marathon will be run and walked from Hutchison Park. Unfortunately, there will be no free train ride this year due to the floods in Amanzimtoti that has washed our railway line away in several places. Metro rail have informed us the repairs will take two to three months, however should it be repaired prior to the race we will include the free train ride to the start.

Amanzimtoti AC apologises to athletes, but this is beyond our control and hopefully you will all join us once again in celebrating our 40th year of road running and race walking. The race will take place and the 21km will go out to Illovo and back and the 42km will go out to Ilfracombe and back to Hutchison Park. Athletes will receive a medal and the first 2 000 early bird entries a short sleeve T-shirt for the 21km and a long sleeve T-shirt for the 42km. The race is a Two Oceans and Comrades qualifier. For further details contact Amanzimtoti Athletic ClubDes van Merwe, email vandermerwedesmond@yahoo.com or phone 071 361 1578.
1 October -
Flower festival. The Anglican parishes of Church of the Good Shepherd and St Mary’s are hosting a flower festival at St Mary’s, 157 Kingsway, Warner Beach from 8.30am to 3.30pm. Besides tea, scones and boerewors rolls which will be on sale, the Scouts will be selling indigenous trees. Everyone is invited to support this fund-raiser.
30 September to 2 October -
Third annual Mighty Men Conference with the theme “Restitution” will be hosted at Kuswag school grounds. Dad, when was the last time you gave your son a hug? Sons, when last did you tell your dad you loved him? We were created to walk in love. This is your opportunity to put the past behind you and learn to walk in love again. Let’s change so we can change communities.
8 October - The ATKV Natalia annual Biltong Festival starts at 6pm. Tickets: 0 to three, R30, 4 to 12, R60, 13 - 18, R120, 19 to 64, R170, above 65, R110. Contact Kobus van der Walt on 082 410 1293 or Heilie van der Merwe 084 251 2459 for tickets.
12 October -
The Sector 2 Crime Forum will hold its AGM at the Warner Beach Senior Preparatory School at the senior campus. Proof of residence will be necessary for admission. The Sector 2 community (all welcome), including neighbourhood watch groups, business owners, leaders, forums and associations, to attend the monthly meeting on the first Wednesday night of every month at Warner Beach Preparatory School hall (senior campus), Kingsway, Warner Beach. Parking available at Bailey Lane. Meeting starts at 6pm and lasts an hour. The purpose of the Sector Crime Forum is to create a relationship between the Sector 2 community and The South African Police Service, in order to provide a personalised service in regard to sector policing and to work together in the fight against crime in our area.

Sector 2 includes the following areas south of Seadoone roads and Boundary Lane: Doonside, Doonheights, Shulton Park, Kingsburgh West, Illovo Glen, Warner Beach, St Winifreds, Astra Park, Winklespruit and Illovo Beach.

Our next meeting takes place on 6 October. For any reports or further information, email Warrant Officer Steven Whiley (Sector 2 Commander) totisector2@live.co. za To add a crime-related issue for discussion on the meeting agenda, email Peter Kemp (SCF2 secretary) pkpeterjkemp@gmail.com
30 September -
The Rotary Club of Amanzimtoti would like to invite all people interested in supporting their community and would like to meet likeminded people, to join them at their monthly speakers evening.

The first speakers’ evening will be held at 6pm for 6.30pm at the Amanzimtoti Country Club. The speaker will be Imtiaz Shaik from Old Mutual Wealth - the topic is “Inflation, Compounding and Solutions”. Cost of meal and free lucky draw ticket will be R50.

For reservation contact president Aneska Dupont on 083 255 2588 or aneska@iafrica. com
2 October -
the Rhodesia Association of South Africa will be hosting John Edmond, the renowned song writer and singer from the days of Rhodesia at 11.30pm for 12pm. For a fun-filled afternoon of Music as a Barnyard Theatre type show at the Natal Mounted Rifles Dixie Adams Hall, corner of NMR Avenue and old Walter Gilbert Rd (opposite Moses Mabhida Stadium.

Bring your a picnic basket. Bar facilities will be available at very reasonable prices, R100 per adult and R75 for pensioners. Seating is limited and booking is essential. Contact Jill de Beer on 083 449 8422 or 039 976 1028.

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