What’s happening in Darling: November 2010

What’s Happening in Darling?

Hello Darling

Throughout November:
THE WONDERFUL WINES OF DARLING

A fun-filled Saturday night hosted by the Darling wine producers throughout the month of November.
The evening commences with a tasting of wines from the individual cellars and is followed by a 3 course gourmet dinner with matching wines selected by the winemaker.
WHERE:
Trinity Lodge, 19 Long St Darling.
WHEN:
Every Sat Evening during November
Contact – Shaun Mc Laughlin – 083 325 4148 or stay@trinitylodge.co.za

Kraalbosdam Venue/Restaurant is open for
Friday Evenings Steak & Chips
Alternatively Chicken Schnitzel/Fish or Vegetarian Stir-fry are also served.
Bookings essential: 022 492 3803 / 022 492 2345 / 083 632 2196

FRIDAY 5 NOVEMBER @ 19h00
“CRACKS AND THE VILLAGE” @ EVITA SE PERRON
WITH THE ALL FEMALE COMEDY LINE-UP: veteran actress Anthea Thompson, the uproarious Shimmy Isaacs, the irresistible Anne Hirsch and the hilarious veteran columnist Marianne Thamm will do Darling for one night only.

This is before the successful quartet begins their three-week run of their show Cracks And The City at On Broadway in Cape Town.
Cracks And The City caused a minor comedy sensation when it first ran for only a week at the Baxter’s Flipside venue in July. The show was hosted by honorary Crack, Marc Lottering, and word of mouth soon saw almost full houses. If you missed it then make sure you catch this
unique line-up of some of the city’s funniest women.
Tickets R75 per person – Book with Beryl on 022 492 3930 or bookings@evita.co.za

What’s on at Evita se Perron during November?
The Theatre/Restaurant/Bar, Boerassic Park & Evita’s A en C (arts & crafts) are open Tues to Sun from 10h00 to 16h00.
– To find out what’s on the programme during this month, please visit www.evita.co.za or contact Beryl on (022) 492 3930 for enquiries/bookings or e-mail bookings@evita.co.za
Saturday 06 November
The last 2010 Open House at Duckitt Nursery – 9h00 until 12h00.
These Open Days take place every first Saturday of the month May – November.
Entrance: Free / Complimentary tea and coffee / Pancakes for sale
Variety of orchid pot plants, spikes and accessories for sale
Debit and credit card facilities available / One of the greenhouses will be open for exhibition.
Contact: 022 492 2606 or e-mail: info@duckittnurseries.com

Saturday 6th November
SEA FOOD EVENING @ Vyge Valley at 19H00
MENU
Smoked Snoek Pate
Sea Food Chowder
Mini Pavlova and Fresh Berries
We are licensed
R80.00 per head – Bookings essential Contact JUNE 022 492 2586 OR 083 336 830

Sunday 7 November 2010
Danie Niehaus @ Lelieblom Farm
12h30 for 13h00
Danie will be singing a repertoire of light classical as well as some of his best Afrikaans songs, also music of “Drie van die Bestes” and a few golden oldies!
Join us for a magnificent show and lunch R150 p/p (includes show and lunch)
Advance booking essential – Contact Karen 082 573 7736 or visitwww.lelieblom.co.za

18th November
Trivial Pursuit at Bistro 7 with Quizmaster “par excellence”, Peter Killick.
Every third Thursday – Enter your table of four.
Selection of soups and first glass of wine included in the price of R55 per head, R5.00 of which goes to the SPCA. Bookings on 022 492 3626

Saturday 27 November
The Darling Country Market
This community market has its home at the Nitrophoska Building in the Main Road of Darling. The market opens promptly at 10h00 and trades until 12h30. With the emphasis on home made, home grown and hand made; stallholders sell fresh produce, flowers, home bakes, special breads, preserved olives, arts & crafts including pewter and much more…. Why don’t you join us? Contact Con Meyer 082 927 6225 for information or to book a stall

Saturday 27 November 2010
The Annual Give a Dog a Christmas Party at Brig’s Barn
19h00
R130 per person For bookings CONTACT MARGY AT 022 492 2451/082 6403 405
A carvery will be served and the committee is working on making it a fun filled evening for everyone to enjoy in the real Darling style.
PS: Start your Christmas shopping early this year, avoid that last minute rush and if there is a little left over, some food, fleecy blankets, hot water bottles will always be appreciated by our four footed orphans. Our Christmas tree at the party would look really good if it disappeared beneath a deluge of presents!
AND
We will be announcing the winner of our PET PIC OF THE YEAR On the night!
Book early! Don’t miss this pawsome event

Please note: Some of these events are subject to change – to avoid disappointment please enquire/make a booking with the contact person above before making arrangements to attend an event

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“Why do Animals need Chiropractic Care?” – Talk and Workshop

Animals need chiropractic for the same reason that humans do. They suffer pain, soreness, stiffness and poor mobility, just like we do. Animals and humans are both vertebrates, which means that they have spines. They are prone to experience twists, falls, and injuries and suffer the same consequences as us.

Talk and workshop by Dr Athol Mclean

Have you noticed that your dog…

  • Has difficulty getting up and down?
  • Is tail swishing because of pain?
  • Walks funny, even 3 legged?
  • Has ear shyness (especially on one side)?
  • Resents grooming in certain areas?
  • Has neck restriction, especially to one side?
  • Has excessive and frequent back soreness?
  • Has uneven gait?
  • Has lost power in the hind?
  • Is always moody?
  • Walks “funny”?

Date: Thursday 27 May 2010

Time: 18h00
At the Darling Lodge

Entrance fee R20

All proceeds go to the
Swartland and West Coast SPCA
Join us to find out how you can help your pet

The SPCA shop in Darling

The SPCA in Darling runs a charity shop opposite Evita se Perron and is frequently visited by people from neighbouring communities, most of which are impoverished. Please think of supporting the SPCA before throwing out unwanted items. Your donation to the charity shop helps raise funds for animals – while at the same time helping the poor.

They are always in need of clothing, bric-a-brac, utensils, appliances, tools, furniture, curtains, blinds, toys, games, office supplies, sports equipment, radios, hi-fis, TVs, VCRs, decoders (working condition), kennels, baskets, carriers.

Open: Mon – Fri  – 10:00 till 14:00
Contact: Sheila Davies (022) 492 2258

Should you wish to make a donation to the Swartland and West Coast SPCA, their banking details are:

Standard Bank
Darling Branch
Acc. No. 083261206
Branch Code 05 01 11