Food Feature: Christmas in July

Food Critic, Anna Trapido, spoke about the Christmas in July event.

It is a term describing Christmas celebrations held in the month of July.

They are held in addition to and not instead of Christmas in December.

There are five options for people to participate in this event.

Option one is dinner and concert: The main fundraiser for Wakkerstroom Tourism is on 25 July 16h30 at Papillon restaurant and theatre.

Option two is The Fat Olive, Lanseria, and they are serving a hearty, Christmas inspired menu with all the trimmings on 25 July from 18:00.

Option three: SlowFood Magaliesburg are holding Christmas at The Black Horse Brewery on 24 July.

Option four: The Bioscope Independent Cinema are doing a special Christmas in July screening of the holiday classic Miracle On 34th Street.

Option five: Parkhurst 23 and 30th evening (from 5pm) Christmas shopping and dining on 4th Avenue.

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