The golden days of autumn are upon us and just before the winter chills arrive, join us at our Autumn Food Festival of tastes and aromas to delight your senses and feed your soul.
When? The festival starts on Saturday 25 April, and continues on Monday 27 April (Freedom Day), Thursday 30 April, Friday 01 May (Workers Day) and ends on Saturday 02 May. Five days of delectable talks, tasters and demonstrations from 9 am to 3 pm each day. Entrance is free of charge.
Each day offers something different. Our line-up of talks, tasters and demos includes:
• To Bant or not to Bant? Is a low carb diet good for you? Laura McDermid, All about Health • Beneficial fermented foods with yummy tasters Nicol Kafula, Kraut & Krunch • How much water have you eaten today? + Pineapple smoothie taster Beverley Wium BA Psychology • Quinoa Cooking, Tastings & Recipes – Wensleydale Farms • Choux Pastry demos and tastings – Paul Zwick, Patisserie de Paris • Boosting soil & intestinal microbial flora against microbial invasion this winter + probiotic smoothie & salad dressing tasters Jane Makenzie, Holistic Health & Nutrition Consultant, B Pharm. MBA • Certified Karoo Lamb – Dissect & Discuss Caroline McCann & Bert Bard, Braeside Butchery • The Ayurveda Way + natural flu shot Dr. Harshada Rama, Ayurvedic Specialist • Bees and Beekeeping Edie va Zyl, Chairman Southerns Beekeeping Association
Lots of children’s activities throughout the day including sand art, candle making, t-shirt painting, ceramic painting & wood crafting. Ludmilla King also joins us with a fun children's crafting activity as well as a unique finger puppet show for the young ones. They will be enchanted!!
We look forward to you joining us and don’t forget to enter our Customer Lucky Draw as there are lots of super prizes to be won.