The annual Kite Festival – now in its 22nd year – offers a range of fantastic family fun activities in aid of a very good cause.
Free entry to learners aged 4 to 6 who bring their coloured in kite picture to the Festival and prizes to be won each day. Click here for the colouring-in picture and details.
There will be free kite-making workshops at the Festival each day. Watch this space for further details.
Or click here for step-by-step instructions to make your own kite at home from an old newspaper.
Primary schools and schools for learners with special educational needs will be showing off their kite creations and hoping to win cash prizes for their school in the annual EduKite Competition. Click here for more details.
Heritage (Swaeltjie) Kite Competition
Local kite-makers are invited to enter the Heritage Kite Competition on Sunday 30 October. Judges will be looking for the best 'Swaeltjie', a traditional, hand-made swallow shape kite, made with bamboo, paper or material. There is also an Open category for hand-crafted kites of any shape. There are cash prizes to be won. Click here for more details.
Food and craft stalls
Enjoy yummy food, relax in the cosy tea garden or shop for a kite or craft items at the many stalls.
Want to book a stall? Contact Greg on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 447 9040.