Spring brings with it a new fresh landscape and this month’s events are just the right activities to welcome the new season. A music evening, food festival, shark presentation, charity boot sale and choir performance are the picks of Plett for September. Grab your notebook and pencil and take note of the following 5 events happening in and around the ‘vibey’ seaside town of Plettenberg Bay…
September heralds the ‘Plett on a Platter’ Food Festival
‘Plett on a Platter’ Food Festival
If you’re a foodie don’t miss this exceptional food festival & expo. Doors to favourite local Plett restaurants will be open (and ready) to invite you inside. The food festival runs for three whole days, so plenty of time to indulge your taste buds. Food expos, culinary classes and gourmet cuisine will all be part of the food festival line-up. Runs from the 23rd to 27th September. For bookings and/or more info: email@example.com
PAWS Car Boot Sale
The Market Square Shopping Centre in Plett will host the PAWS charity car boot sale on Sunday the 6th September. This is a great opportunity for a Spring clear-out to help animals in need. Sell your goods at the market and/or find a bargain. For more info: call Margie Hollely +27(0)82 551 6301
Music Evening – Crags Eco Pre-school Fundraiser
If you’re looking for great entertainment – head to The Barn in Plett on the 5th of September for The Crags Eco Preschool Annual Fundraiser and music evening. Guests include Bill Knight & Chris Davidson as well as the renowned Steve Newman of Tananas fame. Booking is essential – R100 per person. Doors open at 6:30pm. For more info +27(0)72 605 8573
Are you a Shark fanatic? Curious about these magnificent ocean dwellers? On the 9th of September join renowned animal communicator Anna Breytenbach for a fascinating insight into shark behaviour. Swimmers, surfers, (and anyone that enjoys the ocean) will benefit from this informative presentation. Free entrance at the Angling Club in Plettenberg Bay. 9am – 12 noon. For more info: +27(0)445359740
UCT Choir in Plett
The St Thomas Methodist Church welcomes the UCT Choir on the 4th of September for a choral music repertoire. This 50-person choir draws strongly on the heritage of South Africa. Genres include both classical and contemporary. Tickets (available at the door) are R80 adults and R50 for students/pensioners.
With the coming of spring, I am calm again. – Gustav Mahler
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