What’s on in PMB MARKETS

2016-04-27 06:00
PHOTO: supplied Singakwenza

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Film screenings will take place at the Tatham Art Gallery lecture theatre weekly on Tuesdays at 7pm. The Tatham coffee shop will be open. For more information­ email AntonvdHoven@ gmail.com

The SPCA Pietermaritzburg Village Market takes place every Wednesday and Saturday from 8am to 12pm. Outside stallholders welcome. Phone 033 386 9267.

The Pietermaritzburg Farmers’ Market is held on Saturdays from 6am to 10am at the PMB Botanical Gardens in Mayors Walk. Inquiries: Mike at 082 886 0687

The YMCA Sunday Market takes place on the first and last Sunday of every month at the YMCA, Scottsville, from 9am to 3pm (weather permitting). Phone Jenny at 073 500 1244.

Thursday market from 6.30am to 10am in Princess Margaret Avenue. Inquiries: Roger at 083 513 3227.

Ballerz Market on 7 May at YMCA grounds from 10am to 10pm. A bizarre bazaar­ is a family carnival with food, jumping castle, stalls, music, performers, roller-skating rink, hubbly lounge, and more.


The Padca Fête will take place on Saturday, 30 April at Sunnyside Park Home, 57 Sweetwaters Road from 8am to 2pm. A variety of stalls will be available with food, clothes, books and much more on sale. There will be entertainment for the children. Entrance is free, but a donation is encouraged. For more information contact Robyn or Chantall at 033 344 1581 or email sspactorg@ padca.co.za


A Mother’s Day dance will be held by the Çaballeros Dance Band on 7 May at the Blind and Deaf Hall from 8pm. For more information, contact Mano at 082 451 9706.


The picnic will take place at Msunduzi Hospice, 200 Zwartkop Road, Prestbury on Thursday, 5 May at 10am. The palliative care manager will talk on the work of Hospice. Bring a picnic and blanket. Tea and coffee will be served. For more information, phone 033 344 1560.


In an out of the box, fun and novel interactive presentation, Dr Melodie de Jager, will provide insight and solutions to address typical ‘SOS’ behaviour in children, and introduce physical activities to help - moves that mend the mind. Singakwenza­ invites the public to attend ‘Mind Moves’ on Wednesday, 11 May at 6pm at Cordwalles School. The talk is R50 per person or R80 per couple - proceeds to charity. To book or for more information, contact Linda Hill on in fo@singakwenza.co.za or 082 321 1283.


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