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SUNDAY, 21 MAY: Toti Ramblers will be rambling at the Umbogavango Nature Reserve in Southgate Industrial Park. Meet at the reserve at 8am and stay to enjoy a picnic tea after the walk. For enqueries, contact Eileen on 031-903-1617.


WEDNESDAY, 24 MAY: Kamalinee Primary School celebrates culture and heritage at its cultural concert at Amanzimtoti Civic Centre. Tickets cost R50. Purchase tickets early to avoid disappointment. Call Kamalinee Primary on 031-902-4534.


SATURDAY, 27 MAY: The Sanctuary of the Great White Light, 9 Barrow Street, Umkomaas hosts a clairvoyant day from 9am to 3pm. There will be tarot cards, tea cup, colour and clairvoyant readings, as well as reiki. To book, call Gayle on 083-654-5261.


SATURDAY, 27 MAY: KZN Quilters Guild holds a quilt show which has moved up to Kloof. It now takes place at St Agnes Church. Look forward to the quilt show with vendors’ tables, quilting demonstrations and teas on sale. Entrance for visitors costs R50. Call Lyn on 083-463-7729.


SATURDAY, 27 MAY: Kingsway High School hosts a rather curious tea party at Bazely Hall, Kingsway High School. Starts at 9am until 11am. Dress to the theme ‘we’re all mad here, you’ll fit right in’. There will be prizes for the maddest hatter. Tickets cost R70 which includes light refreshments. Tickets are available from the finance office or online at www.quicket.com. Market stalls will be set up on the day for your enjoyment. Free breast examinations will be available and inspiring guest speakers. All proceeds will go to the Pink Drive.


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