A head start on Christ­mas!

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31 Oc­to­ber – 3 Novem­ber: Mark­goed Mar­ket in the For­est at For­est 44 (La Pineta) on the R44 be­tween Stel­len­bosch and Som­er­set West is ‘go­ing green’. With sum­mer fash­ion and dé­cor, vintage finds, jew­ellery, Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions, leather prod­ucts, baby clothes, shoes and a tea gar­den, there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one. Open daily from 10:00 to 18:00, ex­cept Fri­day (16:00); en­trance costs R25. Visit face­book.com/Mark­goed or call Sonette Barnard on 082 774 1077.

31 Oc­to­ber – 3 Novem­ber: Pop in at the Del­mas Christ­mas Mar­ket at the Re­formed Church Hall, Sarel Cil­liers Street, Del­mas and en­joy true plat­te­land hos­pi­tal­ity. The mar­ket prom­ises to have loads of gor­geous good­ies to suit ev­ery bud­get and taste, and don’t miss the de­li­cious cof­fee and treats at the tea gar­den. En­trance is free and there’s plenty of se­cure park­ing; open from 09:00 to 19:00. Search for ‘Del­mas Christ­mas Mar­ket’ on Face­book or call Ria on 082 928 4317 or Jetske on 072 746 8713. 22 Novem­ber – 2 De­cem­ber: Grab friends and fam­ily and head out to the Melk­bos Festive Mar­ket at the NG Church in Melk­bosstrand where you’ll find de­li­cious food and hand­made gifts. Open from 10:00 to 20:00 on week­days and 10:00 to 16:00 on Satur­days; call 021 553 2753 for more info.

24–26 Novem­ber: The Parkview Char­ity Christ­mas Mar­ket at Ge­orge Hay Park of­fers a festive at­mos­phere for all with a va­ri­ety of culi­nary de­lights and live en­ter­tain­ment un­der the Christ­mas lights. Items on of­fer at more than 80 stalls in­clude hand­made dec­o­ra­tions and lo­cally pro­duced fare. Go to nicarela.org/christ­mas-mar­ket.

28 Novem­ber – 2 De­cem­ber: Shop till you drop at the Kuier-Kuier Christ­mas Mar­ket, which cel­e­brates its 9th an­niver­sary this year! Pop in at 1 Bridge Street, Mon­u­ment Heights, Kim­ber­ley; call 053 833 1265 or search for “Kuier Kuier Kers­mark” on Face­book for fur­ther de­tails.

Mar­ket Del­mas Christ­mas

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