Cape Town Events after New Year

Wondering what to do after New Year? Cape Town still has a host of events and activities in January 2015. Take a look.
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EWN has been following Cape minstrel troupe the District Six Entertainers as they rehearsed and prepared for the annual carnival to gain an insight into the ...

General Information - L'Ormarins Queen's Plate

General Information - L'Ormarins Queen's Plate

7 February 2015 The annual festival showcasing the top local rose, white and MCC wines. Venue: Leopard's Leap Family Vineyards, R45, Franschhoek

7 February 2015 The annual festival showcasing the top local rose, white and MCC wines. Venue: Leopard's Leap Family Vineyards, R45, Franschhoek

31 January to 1 February 2015. Grape stomping, riverside picnics, wine tasting, music and more. Venue: Delheim Wine Estate

31 January to 1 February 2015. Grape stomping, riverside picnics, wine tasting, music and more. Venue: Delheim Wine Estate

30 January to 1 February 2015 Wine, food, music and activities including a tractor parade. Venue: Coetzenburg Sport Grounds

30 January to 1 February 2015 Wine, food, music and activities including a tractor parade. Venue: Coetzenburg Sport Grounds

3 January 2015 On Saturdays closest to the full moon people take to the beaches to support and publicise the community-driven campaign Safer Together, which aims to improve the use and image of Muizenberg's Blue Flag beach. Venue: Muizenburg Beach

3 January 2015 On Saturdays closest to the full moon people take to the beaches to support and publicise the community-driven campaign Safer Together, which aims to improve the use and image of Muizenberg's Blue Flag beach. Venue: Muizenburg Beach

8 March 2015 The world's largest individually timed cycle race, formerly known as The Argus, sees up to 35 000 cyclists annually on the 109km route.

8 March 2015 The world's largest individually timed cycle race, formerly known as The Argus, sees up to 35 000 cyclists annually on the 109km route.

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