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What’s happening in the Cape this weekend? Here’s your “Out and About” guide

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The Western Cape has many exciting events and activities on offer. You can experience the best of them with Steven Taylor’s Magic 828 “Out and About” guide for this weekend.

Spookfest – Family Fun Day

The spooky season is here! Taking place at Sunningdale Sports Complex is the Spookfest Family Fun Day on Saturday from 9am until Sunday 3pm.

There will be Trick or Treating and a Treasure Hunt. Kids will receive their treasure hunt bags to adventure through the market, find clues, trick or treat and be rewarded with tokens.

You can also enter the dress up competition with great prizes to be won.

Tickets from Quicket from R60.

Ladles of Love Sarmiethon 

Ladles of love has launched its annual Sarmiethon challenge to provice R100 000 sandwiches to children on World Sandwich day on Thursday 3rd November.

To sponsor a sandwich costs only R10 and you can do so by going to

Night on the Square

Enjoy local vendors at Greenmarket Square for their Halloween edition on Saturday 29 October for a safe night out, where live music, delicious food and crafts and entertainment is enjoyed.

Night on the Square provides a stage for local talent to showcase their skills and capabilities. Visitors are invited to come through and join the market to immerse themselves in an evening of vibrant music and entertainment while enjoying an assortment of delicious eats, treats, beverages and cuisines from a variety of food stalls, trucks and vendors.

Time: 6pm to 12pm. Cost: Free entrance. Email: Facebook: @nightonthesquare

Galileo Open Air Cinema – Halloween Show

Watch a Night on Elm Street Monday the 31st at the Galileo Open Air Cinema at Kirstenbosch. Tickets from R200 and show starts at 6pm. A backrest, blanket and popcorn are included in your ticket price. More info

Oktoberfest at Hillcrest Quarry

Raise a glass and ‘”PROST” at this years Oktoberfest at Hillcrest Quarry on Saturday the 29th of October.

Celebrate the German tradition of the most loved Beer and Food Festival under the Cape Town sky with live bands, craft beer, German cuisine and Kids entertainment. Tickets available from Quicket from R50.

Written by: Kelly-Jane Turner

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