Join us for a whole feast of activities for the whole family. Please share with your friends!
On Sunday 17th March
Camel Rock Restaurant, in Scarborough
For this upcoming Fair on 17th March, we will have an incredible musical line up and other activities for young and old.
Firstly, Moonjavas, is a duo on accordion and ukelele. A gentle intro to ambience of the Fair. Not to be missed!
The local virtuosi of the Scarborough Jazz Ensemble will also be on stage with reviewed bossa nova and jazz classics, as well as folk and pop covers by Traveller, spiritual songs by Maya Joy, and at this fair we will also introduce new talent Zia, Jamie Jupiter’s daughter. The duo Ben and Bro will be there too with their unique looping skills, with which they overlap their guitar, saxophone and voices to create an upbeat concert you can dance to if you please!
All these performances are busking in support of the Red Hill Feeding Project, which provides 90 free meals every day in the neighbouring informal settlement on Red Hill.
And there will also be free activities for children: a friendship bracelet workshop with art teacher Jedidjah, beautiful face paints by Alison, a bouncy castle and of course lots and lots of stalls selling home-made, locally produced, sustainably thought and irresistible goods and gifts.
On the food side of things, there will be a special Burrito Bar from the Camel Rock, as well as fresh juices, craft beer, frozen cocktails, pizzas, braai and all the other menu staples. Check out the new revolutionary rocket oven in the courtyard, which is now helping out Priscilla, the famous camel-shaped clay pizza-oven.
The Entrance is free, the venue is the Camel Rock Restaurant, in Scarborough of course, on Main Road, you can’t miss it!
Pleasaaaaase park sensibly, avoiding yellow lines and congestion. There is plenty of parking on side roads and at the beach.
For 14th April we already have the band Mazula and Marimba Jam performers lined up, as well as African StoryTelling by Jungle Theatre.
When: Sundays – 17 Mar, 14 April
Where: Camel Rock Restaurant.
Parking is at the main beach to avoid congestion