The coolest events in Cape Town (yes, even in this weather)

Musgrave Gin Pink Summer Soirées

Sip on a complimentary welcome drink, enjoy music and sunshine from a sun lounger or have a dip in the pool while taking in sweeping city views on the Ghibli Bar and Pool Terrace at Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence Cape Town as Musgrave Gin welcomes you to a series of Pink Summer Soirees.

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Festival of White Lights 2017

Gather your family around the Werf, Spier's restored historic farmyard on Friday 8 December. There'll be sculptures and light installations illuminating a diverse collection of artistic performances choreographed by Jay Pather.

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AFB Langebaanweg Air Show

This Air show would allow the SAAF to celebrate a significant milestone with Pride. An Air show planned and executed by the AFB Langebaanweg entirely to allow the greater public the experience the professionalism and pride that we have for the SAAF.

It would allow the public to experience the Passion that we have for our Air Force and serving our Country, and through this Air show inspire confidence in our Air Force and provide a platform for the youth to commit to serving their Country as well.

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Healthy & Cool Market Day

Healthy Kids are Cool present the 'Healthy & Cool Market': a baby friendly market at the tranquil Sacred Mountain Lodge in Noordhoek.

Visit us for local products and services that are kind to the environment and your children's health and well being. Lots of fantastic green/eco-friendly exhibitors - we only select the top local producers of baby and child related products (clothes, toys, teethers, healthy food, furniture, services and more). There will be activities for kids and cool stuff for parents including massage, express pedicures, coffee, wine tasting, and Christmas ideas.

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