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A fun-filled calendar of events this March

Who says weddings need to be stressful? If your wedding is meant to be the best day of your life, we believe the build-up should be part of the fun. The Wedding Expo in partnership with Old Mutual will be taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre on March 14 and 15. The expo is all about bringing the magic of weddings to life and to take the pain out of planning. Come and tick stationery, flowers, table decor, photographers, caterers, financial and legal advice off your to-do list. Find your perfect honeymoon at the expo and get discounts on the day. Tickets areR145 per adult and children under 10 attend for free. Details: www.wedding-expo.co.za,quicket.co.za

Have you been to one of Café La Plume’s Social Club gatherings yet? From
bingo and books, to colourful craft workshops and inspiring guest speakers
not forgetting the delicious eats and wonderful company! Wednesday mornings are
the highlight of our week at Cafe’ la Plume at 17 on Joan. Details: Tracy on 083 442 2586.

Don’t miss the Children’s Book Fayre taking place at St Benedicts Prep in Bedfordview on March 14. The book fair is being hosted by The Schools Reading Road Show. Tickets are R50 for a family of four, R30 per adult and R10 per child and. Details: www.stbenedicts.co.za/benniescommunity/Events/TicketEvents?EventID=76

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Blue Pea Country Market every Saturday at Rietvlei Zoo Farm, from 8am till 1pm. You’ll find fresh vegetables, healthy food options, home-made delicacies, arts and crafts as well as some unique products. Enjoy delicious ready-to-eat food and a wonderful family atmosphere. Stalls are available to sell your produce at R150 per Saturday. The venue is pet friendly, so feel free to bring your furry friends along too. Details: Charlene on
072 019 9601.

Forthcoming event

April The Rand Show is back in town. Get your tickets before they are scooped up! Takes
place at the Johannesburg Expo Centre, Nasrec, corner Nasrec and Rand Show roads, Johannesburg, between April 8 and 13. Tickets can be purchased online at www.randshow.
co.za before March 31 at R135. After the 31st tickets will cost R150 each. A brandnew journey awaits you at this year’s Rand Show. Details: www.randshow.co.za

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