) religious Pearson Street Congregational Church: The church in Central will have an advent service, including choral singing and music tomorrow, December 13 at 18:30. Donations are welcome. Contact Gail Thomas at 041 585 4088. Hi’s Place Developing Centre: Will have a healing service on Sunday, December 16 at 18:00. Every Sunday there is a service at 09:00 and a youth service at 14:30 as well. All are welcome. They are located on Old Cape Road, 2km from the Wedgewood Golf Course. Contact Christo at 082 515 2294. Die Gemeentes van Christus Familiekerk: Die gemeente by Smartstraat 3 in Sydenham se dienste vind elke Sondag om 09:00 en 18:30 plaas. Hulle het ook ’n oggend biduur elke Dinsdag om 10:00 en ’n gemeente biduur elke Woensdag om 19:00. Kontak firstname.lastname@example.org. Grace Church: Presents the Grace Doctrine series at 59 5th Ave Newton Park every Sunday at 09:00. For more info contact 041 367 1000. Lighthouse Mercy Ministries: Is in urgent need of donations of good quality clothing for all ages, as well as any household items. Contact 082 978 0099. ) general Fashion Fest: Will take place at Fairview Sports Centre on Saturday, December 15 from 11:00 to 17:30. There will be food and other stalls as well as the best in local fashions. Contact the centre at 087 359 2975. Art in the Park: Will take place at St George’s Park on Sunday, December 16. There will be arts and crafts, food stalls, bric-a-brac and more. Free stalls for children. Contact Maureen at 082 257 4691. Flea Market: Will take place at Park Rugby Club in Stella Londt Drive on Sunday, December 16 from 08:00 to 14:00. Stalls are available. Bookings can be made at 060 506 7587. Saturday Boot Sale: The Knights of Da Gama will have a Saturday boot sale at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Grounds in Cape Road, Kabega Park, on Saturday, December 15 from 08:00. Proceeds go to charity. All sellers and buyers are welcome. Contact Duncan Taft at 083 357 2238. Stuurman Reunion: Descendants of the Stuurman Clan are invited to a reunion on Saturday, December 15. They will gather in Target Kloof before proceeding to Bethelsdorp Congregational Church Centre in Van der Kempskloof from 10:00. The contribution per person over the age of 12 is R50. Sisonke Community Forum: Will present a family and community fund-raiser at Grootkloof Recreational Centre in Hillside on December 15. Contact Earl at 067 055 5369. L ocally Yours Christmas Market: Will take place at The Tramways Building in Baakens Valley on Monday, December 17 from 13:00 to 20:00, Tuesday, December 18 from 09:00 to 20:00 and Wednesday, December 19 from 09:00 to 17:00. Offering 36 gifted artisans, 20 foodies, four fine artists and three performing musicians, it is not to be missed. There will also be a wrapping station, fresh produce, handmade Christmas trees and snowmen and an art gallery upstairs. Entry to the market is free. For more info go to the Locally Yours Market Facebook page. Lions Club of Cape Recife: Are currently selling their 1kg Lions Christmas Cake for R110 each. Anyone willing to support them would be helping to improve the lives of people across South African communities. Contact 041 363 0271 or club secretary Andy King at 082 459 3682. ) entertainment Friends Meet Friends: The Friends Meet Friends Happy Holidays Oldies will take place at the Sacred Heart Church Hall in Cape Road, Kabega Park, on Saturday, December 15 from 20:00. Entry is R50. Music will be provided by DJ ManoZay. Contact Mano for tickets at 082 256 6536. Jordan Dwellers Christmas Show: The group will have their annual Christmas show at West End Baptist Church in Harebel Street, Arcadia, on Sunday, December 16 at 18:30. They will be joined by other groups as well. CDs will be sold and there will be lucky draws. Entry is R40. Contact George at 083 621 5408. Celebrating Christmas with the Christadelphians: The Christadelphians will perform at West End Community Centre on December 23 at 17:30 for 18:00. Entry is R60 per person. Contact Danny Jacobs at 082 496 1281. Send your diary entries to email@example.com and put “PE Express Diary” in the subject field. Diary publications are free.