What’s on in Stanford:
Friday, 7 November, 7:30am – 4pm
Yippy Yay It’s Friday!
Corner of Daneel and Morton Streets
DELICIOUS JUICY BURGERS R60.00
TOP WITH: Cheese or egg or pineapple or make it a double!
Oh heck! Go for the whole bang shoot. Wash it down with an ice cold beer or glass of wine. Sit back and relax and shoot the breeze. Tel : 028 314 0034.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 7 - 9 Nov, lunch
Summer is surely on its way, we have the first few portions of French artichokes on our menu and the deli fridge is stocked with our ever popular home made olive tapenade for alfresco meals.
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 email@example.com to make a lunch reservation.
Friday, 7 November, 7am – 7pm
Fynbos Community Prayer Evening
This Friday evening, a prayer vigil will be held and open to all, inside a marquee on the Market Square from 7pm to 7am on Saturday morning to pray for the success of the Hopeland Project, an after-care facility for 80-100 learners. Tea and coffee will be served at the start of each hourly session (you can come for as long or as short a time as you like) and a computer presentation will be shown. Items for the auction on Saturday will be on display. Hope to see you there. For further details contact Koos Smith, Ilse Bezuidenhout 074 1070541 or Kerri Brokensha 083 675 1116.
Saturday, 8 November, 9am-12pm
Saturday Morning Market
Stoep of Stanford Hotel
Fresh breads, pates and prepared dishes, delicious decadent cakes and pastries, gluten-free quiches, and fresh farm grown vegetables, salads, heirloom seedlings, jams and more. Elsa will be there this Saturday with Italian-style fresh mozzarella & ricotta plus haloumi and full cream raw milk yoghurt.
Saturday, 8 November, 9am onwards
Pancakes for sale
The ladies from the NGK will be selling pancakes to raise funds to help the community on the Village Green. If the weather is bad, then on the stoep of the library.
Saturday, 8 November, 10h30 – 16h00
The Fynbos Community Foundation is planning an auction on Saturday morning 8 November in order to raise the R600 000 still needed for their Hopeland Project. The aim of the project is to develop a facility where much needed after care services can be provided for at least 80 to 100 learners (from grade R to 7) from the Hopland (RDP –housing) area on the outskirts of Stanford. There will be lots on auction: vehicles, furniture, and lots of interesting items. Come and find a bargain!
Saturday 8 November, 16h30
Rugby: Springboks vs Ireland
The Vine Restaurant
England vs All Blacks and Australia vs Wales at 16h30 and the BIG one is Springboks vs Ireland at 19h30. Beer will be cold!
Sunday 9 November, 08h30
The Stanford Breakfast Run Club
Meet at the Vine Restaurant, 08h30
Got a motorbike? Join the Breakfast Run Club for their Sunday outing. Not sure what the weather is going to do but check the Facebook page for updates: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004579187988&fref=ts
Sunday 9 November, 10h30 – 17h00
Beloftebos Summer Sunday Picnic
Live music. Deli eats, roosterkoek, homemade lemonade and much more. Booking essential: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 072 111 9380
Wednesday, 12 November, 09h00-12h00
Graze Farmers Market
Reduce your carbon footprint and get your fresh veggies at Graze. Always seasonal, always fresh. Stay for coffee and breakfast.
For more events later in the month, visit http://www.stanfordinfo.co.za/ai1ec_event/
What’s on in Elgin:
1 & 2 November, 10 am – 5pm
Elgin Open Gardens
Plant sales, art exhibition, wine route
For more details please visit www.elginopengardens.co.za