What’s On around the Plain

Sports day

Mandalay residents are invited to celebrate Heritage Day and get to know their neighbours at the Mandalay sports field in De Bussy Crescent, Mandalay, on Saturday September 24, at 10am. There will be lots of entertainment in the form of games, music, artists, traditional dancers and sport. Refreshments will be on sale. Stalls can be booked at R50 each. For details, call Candice Malagas on 083 460 1422.

Heritage tour

Madrasah Tul Madina based at 99 Korfbal Street, Beacon Valley, will have their annual Cape Muslim Heritage tour, on Saturday September 24. Professional tour guides will accompany the group to the Awwal Mosque in Bo-Kaap, one of the oldest mosque’s in South Africa; the kramats; the Castle of Good Hope; and end at Green Point Urban Park. For more information call Abduragmaan May at 083 948 5436.

Business expo

Rehoboth Community Life Centre will host a business expo at the centre, corner of Weltevreden and Mosquito roads, in Rocklands, on Saturday September 24, from 11am until 2pm. Stall are available for arts and crafts, scrap booking, metal works, carpentry, debt counselling, party planning, pottery, bread and cake baking. There is no cost to rent a stall. For more information call Sandy at 072 993 9623, Merle at 083 304 7625, Zanne at 083 362 0021 or John at 084 986 0203.

Club Joy events

Club JOY (Just Overaged Youth), a seniors’ club, will be having a high tea at Northwood community hall, in New Woodlands, on Sunday September 25, at 2pm. Tickets cost R100. Funds raised are for a seniors’ trip to Durban in July next year.
For more information call Felicity Abrahams at 071 910 5236, Arthur on 071 415 2511 or 076 942 7370.

Ladies breakfast

The Revival Centre will be having a ladies breakfast with guest speaker Donna McCown from Bread of Life international in Atlanta, USA at the centre, in New Woodlands, on Saturday September 24, at 9am. Registration is compulsory. Contact Patricia at 021 370 0156 or revivalcentre@telkomsa.net

Cancer support group

The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) is starting a support group in Woodlands. They will have their first meeting at the Frog Centre at Juno Street on Wednesday September 28, at 10.30am. For more information call Rene Petersen at 021 689 5347.