Spier Light Art Show
Has replaced the annual Festival of White Lights.
This year the format changed to include two opening nights with once-off performances choreographed by Jay Pather. Visitors will be able to enjoy the magic until the end of January next year.
Tonight’s opening performance will be a moving one. The audience will follow the procession of performers across a multi-sensory, crosscultural wonderland.
R580 per couple, includes two adult entry tickets, picnic dinner for two and a bottle of Spier wine. R200 per adult, includes a complimentary glass of wine. R75 per child under 12. From tomorrow until January 30, visitors can enjoy a selfguided walk between a dazzling array of light and sound artworks.
● For more information or to make a booking, see www.spier. co.za
Bay Harbour market
Cape Town’s leading family destination, Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay is all about family.
The market boasts an intimate atmosphere with live music – perfect for the family to gather at this time of year. When paired with delicious nibbly bits, you have all the ingredients for a memorable experience.
And it doesn’t stop there – throw in a pinch of craftsmanship, artistic flair and colour that pops up in every corner, and finally add some local wines, craft beers and cocktails.
● The market is open every Friday from 5pm to 9pm and Saturday and Sunday at 9.30am-4pm.
For more information, see http://bayharbour.co.za
Pinelands craft and gift fair
Visit the Pinelands fair for many unique gifts from over
180 crafters. They offer a wide variety of good quality and wellpriced items.
Ideal Christmas shopping in a relaxed and child-friendly environment.
● Entry is free. Credit/debit card facilities are available as well as Masterpass (cashless market). Light meals will also be on sale.
Bay Harbour market