5 things to do in Cape Town this weekend

Its Friday so Don’t find yourself bored with nothing to do in Cape Town. The city is packed with many fabulous things to do this weekend. We have compiled 5 things for you to enjoy in the city:

City Walk Saturdays

This weekend Cape Town will host the fifth City Walk Saturday, that goes from the Company's Gardens along St George's Mall. Along the way, there will be fun activities for the whole family to enjoy.

In honour of Women's month, there'll be a place at Krotoa’s Chair where the public can write the names of women in Cape Town who have not received the recognition they deserve.

Where: It all starts at the Company's Gardens, 16 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town
When: Tomorrow, from 10am till 2pm
Cost: Free to partake
For more info: Visit www.capetownpartnership.com

Open Design Festival 2015

The Open Design Festival 2015 starts this week, and is an annual celebration of all the design disciplines. The festival includes guided walks of architecture and street art, talks, exhibitions, movies, workshops, open studios and many more.

Where: Throughout Cape Town
When: From 12th till the 23rd of August
For more info, including the full programme of events, participating venues, times, and costs: Visit www.opendesignCT.com

The Cape Leopard Trust

The Cape Leopard Trust are hosting a special lunch hosted by Africa Melane and Elana Afrika-Bredenkamp, which will raise funds for The Cape Leopard Trust. The lunch features dishes by celebrity chefs Pieter de Jager, Christo Pretorius, Floris Smit and Michelle Therone.

Where: Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards, R45 Main Road, Franschhoek
When: Tomorrow
Cost: R1 500 each
For more info: Visit: www.capeleopardtrustfundraiser.org.za

Martin Evans at the Cape Town Comedy Club

Martin Evans, one of Cape Town's funniest comedians, will be at Cape Town's only dedicated comedy club, The Cape Town Comedy Club. He and the other comedians on the bill, Rob van Vuuren; CJ Benson; and Milo Hot Chocolate will keep you chuckling.

Where: Cape Town Comedy Club, Pumphouse at the Waterfront, Dock Road
When: Today until Saturday at 8.30pm every evening
Cost: R95 each - available from Computicket
For more info: Visit: www.capetowncomedy.com

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