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Boutique Christmas Market

For the 2nd year running, the Boutique Christmas Market returns to The Park House of Events on 7 with a cheerful twist -Xmas Shaken & Stirred - designed to inspire shoppers with unique products from our carefully selected vendors.

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Wade Bales Cap Classique & Gin Affair

What better way to celebrate the start of summer than by sipping the finest bubbly and sampling the coolest craft gins.

With over 50 of South Africa’s premium MCC’s awaiting you (all made in the traditional Methode Champenoise style), you’ll get to enjoy the likes of Graham Beck, Steenberg, Krone and Simonsig to name a few.

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Miss Soweto 2017 Finals

The search for Soweto’s next beauty queen has officially begun with the launch of the Miss Soweto 2017. Eligible ladies who are between the ages of 18 and 24 years with dreams of wearing this prestigious crown are invited to enter the pageant online.

In its 39th year, the Miss Soweto extravaganza is one of the most highly anticipated events on the calendar and this year promises to be no different.

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The Joburg vintage and artisanal market

The Joburg Vintage and Artisanal Market is something different. In this fast-food, fast-fashion and fast paced world we live in, we want to take more time to appreciate the old, the vintage, the slower side of life, and support the creative crafters who also enjoy taking their time to create.

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To discover what else is happening this weekend, go to our Events page.


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