The Stanford Treasure Trove is opening on Friday, 3rd October! Trading hours are Wed to Sat 9am to 3pm, and Sun 9am – 12pm. Fine used furnishings to view: quirky antiques, quaint cottage styles, art deco and many more. Bargain counter. A lot of fun for everyone. 36 Daneel Street, Norfolk Square.
Some of Peter and Trish Badenhorst’s flavourful trout is featured in the latest issue of Taste magazine. We are eagerly awaiting our delivery of their super-fresh trout to serve this weekend.
Marianas is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 12h00 to 16h00. Please phone us on 028 3410 272 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to make a lunch booking.
Friday, 3 October 4pm-8pm
Sunday – by appointment
Stanford Art Stroll Stanford Village
The Art Stroll opens this Friday afternoon, from 4pm onwards. Come and enjoy a glass of wine while you stroll around the artists’ studios. Artists featured for this weekend are: Val Myburgh, Sanette Upton, John Williams, Sara Abbott, Nicky Ross, Lyn Prins, Rick Prins as well as a few surprise artists exhibiting at Coffee Corner. Coffee Corner will be open on Friday until 8:00pm; serving a delicious café-style menu, with a fully licensed bar. They are also open on Saturday, during the stroll.
Collect your map from Stanford Tourism or at the artists’ home. Enjoy a stroll through the village on a beautiful spring evening.
Saturday, 4 October, 9am-12pm
Saturday Morning Market
Stoep of Stanford Hotel
Breads and prepared dishes, delicious decadent cakes and pastries, freshly made cheese, scones, gluten-free quiches, and fresh farm grown vegetables. Callie is selling cold smoked salmon trout. Sue has beautiful heirloom vegetable seedlings and delicious jams. Peter is selling leeks, spinach, tender stem broccoli, kale and turnips.
Saturday, 4 October, 10am onwards
Church Bazaar & Flower Show Dutch Reformed Church/NG Kerk, Stanford
Music, potjiekos, bakes, car boot sale, and kiddies activities for a fun day in the country. Beautiful flower show in the church.
The Hermanus Whale Festival is celebrating its 23rd year as the only enviro-arts festival in South Africa, “putting the creatures of the deep on stage and under the spotlight alongside top performers and musicians from 3 October to 6 October”
Craft pop-up shop for Hermanus Whale Festival
Four Stanford crafters will be exhibiting at this year’s Pop-up Shop. Sales of beautiful handmade products, created by local craft producers and designer-makers in the area, will be one of the attractions at the 23rd edition of the Two Oceans Hermanus Whale Festival. To promote these local handmade products, a pop-up shop has been organised in partnership with the Overberg Municipality by the Cape Craft and Design Institute (CCDI).