The Cape Bird Club magazine - Promerops is looking for a good Oystercatcher photo to use on their magazine.
See their mail link for details
The deadline for Promerops cover photo is 10 May 2018, so don't delay.
Please send your photos to email@example.com
You can find the Cape Bird Club details on their website
Friday 27th April 18
12:00 Kathryn Swain - Jack Daniels Music Stage
13:30 Takura Terry - Jack Daniels Music Stage
15:00 Marcia Moon - Jack Daniels Music Stage -
sponsored by Hangklip Bottle Store
16:30 Jack Stone - Jack Daniels Music Stage -
sponsored by InfoProp
17:30 Jake Gunn - Jack Daniels Music Stage
19:00 Matt Carstens - Jack Daniels Music Stage
20:00 Heuwels Fantasties - Jack Daniels Music Stage -
sponsored by Jack Daniels
21:30 Myburgh, Johan Smit and Steph Nortje - Jack
Daniels Music Stage
Saturday 28th April 2018
08:00 Baytown Charity Run - Register 0n Line (Outdoor
Activities) - R100 pp Start outside Miems
08:00 Guided Marine Walk and Beach Cleanup - Start
at Pringle Bay Slipway
09:00 – 12:00 Guy Mc Donald Live Magic 828
09:30 Brandon Oberholzer
10:00 Perfume Workshop - 365 Bistro
11:00 Pete Stanford - Jack Daniels Music Stage
12:00-12:30 Presentation by Two Oceans Aquarium - Jack
Daniels Music Stage
12:00 – 15:00 Dave Guseli Live Magic 828
12:30 The Hour - Jack Daniels Music Stage -
sponsored by InfoProp
13:30 - 14:00 "Baboon behaviour, ecology and conflict" talk by
Joselyn Mormele - Jack Daniels Music Stage
14:00 Kathryn Swain - Jack Daniels Music Stage
14:00 Caring for our Ocean - a Slide Show -
Little Bay Restaurant
15:00 - 15:30 "There is a Leopard on my Stoep" - talk by
Wolfgang Steinbach - Jack Daniels Music Stage
15:30 Blue Steel - Jack Daniels Music Stage
16:30 Guided Fynbos Walk - Start at Ticklemouse
17:00 Johnny Rae Band - Jack Daniels Music Stage
18:30 Matt Carstens - Jack Daniels Music Stage
20:00 Watershed - Jack Daniels Music Stage
21:30 Myburgh,Johan Smit and Steph Nortje - Jack
Daniels Music Stage
Sunday 29th April 18
08:00 Guided Fynbos Walk - Meet at Ticklemouse
10:00 – 14:00 Brian Oxley Live Magic 828
10:30 Nicki Sutherland - Jack Daniels Music Stage
11:15 Arrival of Bikers Against Poaching
12:00 Ben Ulric - Jack Daniels Music Stage
13:30 The Hour - Jack Daniels Music Stage
14:00 Dog Show
14:00 – 17:00 Dave Guiseli Live Magic 828.
15:00 Rewind - Jack Daniels Music Stage
1600 - Treasure Hunt Entries Close
1655 Dave Guiseli to announce the winner of the 7
night trip to Madagascar live on Magic 828
1800 Paul du Toit of The Two Tenors will close the
festival - Little Bay Restaurant
CLOSE OF FESTIVAL
Betty's Bay Rate Payers Association are asking for golf players to assist in raising funds for firefighting equipment (for the Pringle Bay firestation) and to increase security patrols in Betty's Bay.
Please sign up to join the Golf Day and support our neighbouring village security and fire-fighting for us all.
Opening on the 27th March at the Athol Fugard theatre - booking through Computicket,
Tues-Fridays at 8 p.m. and at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m on Saturdays.
Inspired by Helen Martins, who lived in Nieu-Bethesda and created the now-famous The Owl House – which is designated a provincial heritage site –The Road to Mecca is the story of a woman's desire for personal and artistic freedom within the narrow confines of a conservative and highly religious community in the Karoo in early seventies apartheid South Africa.
Pringle Bay Festival - calling anyone who would like a stand for sales, or if you would like to participate in supporting activities to protect our oceans
Pringle Bay FestivalThe Festival will be held the 27-29 April 2018.
The 2018 committee has been formed and represents a fresh, new concept for this popular festival.
The 2017 festival attracted 7000 visitors and the committee hopes to raise that to over 10000 for next year. The positives and negatives of the 2017 festival have been carefully taken into account and the committee aims for a bigger and better function in 2018.
The committee has adopted the slogan: Pringle Bay Festival: Working to Conserve our Oceans.
The festival itself will have a wide selection of artists and entertainers from all genres; there will be a definite difference between day and evening entertainment with plenty of good hearty meals available to keep the evening visitors satisfied. During the day kids will be entertained, there will be plenty of live music, food, activities and local businesses will benefit from free opportunities to participate in the festival and to sponsor bands or events.
The committee is open to any help and suggestions from the community as well as offers of sponsorships and prizes. The minutes of all committee meetings and the budget will be available to the public through various social media outlets – in particular the Pringle Bay Festival Facebook page. The community is requested to please join this page and invite your friends to do so as well.
The power of social media is enormous – and free!
Below is a list of members with their contact details; please feel free to contact the relevant person with your input. Everything will be considered by the committee.
Kevin Pouter – Chairman – 082 880 6164
Alison Evans – Finance – 082 650 3690
Harriet Joao – Marketing, Sponsorship and Merchandise – 084 524 9706
Cobie Rossouw – Entertainment – 083 293 9301
Marius de Villiers – Food & Beverage, Licencing – 076 554 3944
Shirley Hansen – Exhibitors and Activities – 083 787 2211
John Charalmbous – Local Business Coordinator –
Gavin Udeman – Logistics – 083 627 3084
Open – Environmental Projects
Minutes of all meets are made available to the public via:
The Reflexo-board has many who have really managed to improve their health. Just use it for 10-15 minutes a day - all you have to do is walk on it barefoot for 10-15 minutes a day and after just a few weeks you will feel the difference.
Anyone interested in finding out more -- please get in touch with
Geoff Harris, Telephone 0282738164
You can also find out more and even order on line go to the website
Calendars of the Rooiels Baboons are available in the Rooiels Village shop - the proceeds will be donated to REC.
There is a new comprehensive guide to South African frogs - go to Wild magazine to see details