As 2014 slowly gets older, more and more events become visible on the horizon.
Coming up next week [13 to 16 February 2014] is the 2014 Plett Music Festival. The event will be held at The White House Theatre.
If you enjoy good jazz, modern classical, swing, blues and jive then this festival is just for you.
More details on who is performing and when can be found in the Knysna Plett Herald.
In March Knysna will again host the Knysna Literary Festival [18 – 23 March 2014]
Visit their website for a full program. www.knysnaliteraryfestival.co.za
In April you can wind down at the Sedgefield Slow Festival [18 – 20 April 2014] in our very own Cittaslow town of Sedgefield.
Visit the Knysna Tourism website www.visitknysna.co.za for more information on this years events.
Please note that Knysna Tourism is currently upgrading their website, your patience is appreciated.
The area then quietens down until the Knysna Oyster Festival in July. [04 to 13 July 2014]
Don’t forget to book your accommodation timeously www.dav1es.co.za/rental-properties
For insight into one of South Africas most misunderstood groups, the Rastafari, come to the Rasta Earth Festival from 22 to 28 July 2014.
Those attending are kindly requested to respect the dress code – no bare arms, ladies in skirts (long) please.
Well that has taken us half way through the year and into winter.
Hopefully we have our normal mild winter weather this year!
We will continue with our Urban wildlife series next week.