The second Rhapsody in Bloem concert will take place on Friday 26 February 2016 at the Naval Hill Planetarium. This is an informal concert performed by music lovers who want to share their passion but don’t necessarily have a performance career.
There is no shortage of things to do in Bloemfontein this Valentine’s weekend. For those of you who haven’t made your reservations yet, here are my suggestions in no particular order…
I am looking forward to the next exhibit: “HISTORY WILL BREAK YOUR HEART” by the winner of the 2015 Standard Bank Young Artist™ in the visual category, KEMANG WA LEHULERE. Come join me as we soak up the several different media forms he has prepared, including installation, text, video, drawing and performance.
According to a report by Discovery Vitality ObeCity Index, the least healthy South Africans live here in Bloemfontein. With the least healthy weight status, along with the lowest scores for fruit and vegetable intake and highest consumption of sugary drinks and salty foods. Bloem also ranks second lowest for physical activity.
The Westdene Park Market takes place every first Saturday of the month (weather permitting) at the park in Brill Street, Westdene. This craft market encourages exhibitors to focus on the quality, presentation as well as the aesthetic principles and appearance of their products. This results in a little feast for the senses!
I recently caught up with Ian Papenfus and Zelda Joubert to get you the inside scoop on the return of Oolong Rooftop events. The ‘Born to Skit’ team is returning with a bang this Friday 5 February at Oolong Lounge with special guest DJ Vimo.