The Westville Mall’s quarterly night market was fabulous, adding a bit of Halloween fun to the entertainment line-up.
Sandown Village residents showcased their talents during the annual art and craft fete. There was a variety of homemade items such as colourful paintings, scarfs, cards and cakes on sale.
The learners of Hatton Estate Pre-Primary School thrilled their parents with their singing and dancing at their annual concert, Spring is in the Air.
Five gardens in the Highway area were handpicked for the Kloof Rotary Anns open gardens fund-raiser.
Project Dignity is about empowering young women through dinity and promoting environmental sustainability.
There were dozens of stalls selling a variety of geeked out goods, from cards and comics to board games and chocolate frogs.
The Wonder Women event was held at Shongweni Farmers Market where a Dis-Chem Expo of health, beauty, wellness and nutrition added to the morning’s activities.
There was something for everyone at the Pinetown Catholic Church’s fund-raiser fete.
The festival was packed with families wanting to enjoy a lick of sunshine and support a worthy cause.
You can find second-hand goodies, delicious sweet treats, fresh veggies and more at the weekly market.
The market offers a variety of stalls with food, clothing, jewellery and plants.