KLOOF Rotary Anns invites the community to roam and enjoy five varied gardens, some with colourful seasonal annuals and others with indigenous water wise plants, on October 6 and October 7.The sizes of the gardens range from Kloof acre plots to small and medium complex gardens. Use of water storage tanks is evident. The Kloof Rotary Anns said that they are privileged to have the use of Highbury Centenary Hall as the venue for their tea and crafts. Lots of new and different crafts have been sourced so come along and think Christmas presents; flowers and plants in abundance and roses galore will be available. Wors rolls will be available at one of the gardens. Tickets cost R60, children under 12 are free. The ticket allows entrance to all five gardens and refreshments. Tickets are available at the entrance to each garden and also at Kloof Village Mall Super Spar & Watercrest Super Spar. Tickets purchased in advance will be sold at R50.To arrive at the first garden from Durban on the M13, take Exit 26 marked Gillitts, Old Main Road, Hillcrest. If approaching from the direction of Pietermaritzburg on the M13, it is marked Exit 26, same signage, and follow the signs to the gardens.For further information contact Wendy Scorgie at 083 661 7337 or visit www.kloofrotary.co.za — Supplied.