The weekend was started with a great vibe of wors rolls, bunny chows and lots of fun had by all at the Ballito Gesinskerk NG Kerk Noordkus night bazaar on Friday. Face painting and tombola kept the children entertained, while families chilled on picnic blankets enjoying good music and a chance to unwind.
The sunny weather played host to a day of fun and games at the Salt Rock Country Club KidsFest last Saturday. While moms and dads sipped on cocktails next to the pool, the little ones had a blast swimming in the foam pool, trying their luck at the zorb balls and taking advantage of the face paintings. The many stalls provided an array of options and ranged from eateries to pampering bars – all in all, there was a little something for everyone.
It was all fun and games at the first ever Ballito Family Festival held over the weekend at Umhlali Preparatory School.
It is official, the largest simultaneous braai in human history took place at Sugar Rush Park on Sunday.
Dr Louise Van Rhyn gave business leaders real food for thought to chew on during her inspiring talk at the Ilembe Chamber’s Business at Breakfast session at Simbithi Country Club on Wednesday.
Spring arrived in a blue BBS Mica truck full of happy little flowers and a tree to plant at Dolphin Coast Pre-Primary for Arbor Day this week.
The appearance of McLaren’s Circus on the Dolphin Coast caused mixed reactions, with hundreds heading out to enjoy the show while a vocal minority firmly opposed its use of animals. The circus performed in both Tongaat and Ballito, before moving on to KwaDukuza.
It was a romantic evening of sophisticated glamour at the Ballito Lifestyle Centre as Cookin, Love Laugh and the Delish Sisters wowed brides and grooms to be to #sayyestoBallito. Ballito’s best in the bridal industry showed off their skills at the exclusive wedding event with their fairy tale spread covering everything from classy gins at the bar to magical wedding dresses and of course food and florals to die for.
Outstanding performances were enjoyed by packed audiences at the Swish Studios annual concert at the Linc Campus last Thursday.
The fields at Cappeny Estate were picked clean this weekend when more than 2500 festival-goers descended on the Ballito Strawberry Festival on Saturday, devouring the sweet red berries and enjoying entertainment galore.
It was all flowers and festive vibes at last week’s New Beginnings ladies meeting at Braeside Wedding and Function Venue. Grace Hill Church Hillcrest pastor Thuks Khanyile gave the ladies some inspiring food for thought and enjoyed a chat with them over tea and cake.