SA Insider Guide: Spots to check out this weekend in PE

2017-04-20 14:03 - Unathi Nkanjeni
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The weekend in Port Elizabeth is looking and we have just what you need to be getting up this weekend. You can thank us by checking out these places.

What will you get up to this weekend between 21 to 23 April?

Weekend 21 to 23 April Port Elizabeth

Friday, 21 April

SEE:  Abel Kraamsaal and Gian Groen will be performing live at The Music Kitchen from 19:00 and R100 gets you in.

DO: Bridge Street Brewery's ladies night is a thing on a Friday. It's a great way to kick-start your weekend.

TASTE: Baakens Food Truck Friday takes to the streets from 16:00 to 21:00. Free entry and food will cost under R45.

EXPLORE: Despatch Chimney Brickworks is open for public to view another side of the city.

Saturday, 22 April

SEE: Anthony Harris's selection will be exhibited at the Fine Art Gallery.

DO: Aloe Pharmacy is hosting its third charity fun run and walk with a 5km route starting and ending at the pharmacy in Sixth Avenue, Walmer from 7:30. Cost is R60 for adults and R20 for primary school pupils.

TASTE: Conradie Penhill wine tasting is open fro 12 till 19:00 for R50 per person.

EXPLORE: West Coast National Park  is a drive away from the secluded harbour of Saldanha Bay for a nice Saturday afternoon

Sunday, 23 April

SEE: The national monument Pearson Conservatory is open this weekend.

DO: Cyclist get ready for the Nanaga MTB Race which takes place this Saturday from 6:00.

TASTE: For that morning fresh kick starter, make you way to Mastertons Coffee And Tea Specialists.

EXPLORE: The King’s Beach Lifesaving Club Nippers programme for children is happening again this weekend, giving training in areas such as beach safety and sea sense as well as fitness and skills development.