Rave to start your morning

2016-09-20 06:00
Photo: sourced ‘Rave’ your way for a good cause.

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CELEBRATE Heritage Day on Saturday 24 September with The Morning Rave at 7am at 8 Morrison Street and help those less fortunate by donating a pair of shoes to the Robin Hood Foundation’s (RHF) Choose Your Shoes Spring 2016 campaign.

The RHF campaign aims to put shoes on the feet of 1 000 orphaned and vulnerable children in Amaoti in October.

The Morning Rave and Tomy Takkies are appealing to the community to bring an old, decent pair of shoes which they can donate to a needy individual, and in turn one will get a new pair of genuine Tomy Takkies.

The day is sponsored by Nine to Fives with Tomy Takkies and Food Lovers’ Market. It is the fourth installment of this electric social fitness party, with state-of-the-art sound, lighting and entertainment.

As always Veranda Panda will keep one hip-hopping on the dance floor with their 100% proudly South African “choons”. East Coast Radio presenter and yoga guru Keri Miller will be there to stretch out the old chops.

Once warmed up, get ready to turn up that Durban heat with the sculpted swag of Statik. ElliptiGo will be there with their exceptional elliptical trainers for a full-steam workout. Yoga-Kidz will keep the little ones calm with simple, fun yoga exercises developed especially for children.

Food Lovers’ Market will also provide a nutritious breakfast at the Wild Oats Bar, free.

For more information, email tracy @ninetofives.co.za - Supplied.

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