What Is It?

Time to get up off that couch and get moving with Virgin Active South Africa and Women's Health South Africa! On Saturday, 09 May 2020, these two big brands bring you Fit Fusion!

This will be one of the biggest live online group exercise experiences South Africa has ever seen. Plus, there will be loads of fun and spot prizes up for grabs. You definitely don't want to miss out!

Expect a high-energy functional training grid class; kicking butt with their energetic kick instructor; a calorie-busting shape session; punching away the lockdown frustrations with epic boxing; and zoning into your zen with yoga! This workout lineup will get your heart pumping.

Get moving with five of their most popular group exercise classes presented by some of their best instructors, all coming together to create one big live workout experience wherever you may be. Times are as follows:

Let's not forget about the fantastic spot prizes up for grabs on the day, which includes:

Anyone and everyone, no matter your fitness level, is welcome to join in the fun, whether you’re a Virgin Active member or not!

When Is It?

Saturday, 09 May 2020 from 08:00 to 11:00. 

Where Is It?

The event will be hosted on Facebook Live (on Virgin Active SA and Women's Health SA).

For updates and reminders of this exciting event, make sure you click GOING on the Facebook event.

The workout will go live from 08:00 sharp, so make sure you're ready to get moving with your mat, water bottle and sweat towel.

How Much Is It?

The event is FREE!

For More Information

For more information about the Virgin Active Fit Fusion with Women’s Health event, visit Women's Health South Africa or Virgin Active South Africa on Facebook.

Click here for the Facebook event page. 

What Is It?

Join in on this fun and free online belly dance class. Everyone is welcome to partake in the class, so get the whole family to join.

The event promises to be exciting.

When Is It?

Tuesday, 28 April 2020 at 18:00 and Wednesday, 29 April 2020 at 18:00. 

Where Is It?

Online, click here.

How Much Is It?

Free. 

For More Information

For more information, sign up here.

Please Note: Event is subject to be cancelled at any given time, so please check to avoid disappointment.

Learn To Cook During Lockdown

Have time to kill while you're stuck at home during the 21 day national lockdown? Then why not spend this time brushing up on or learning a brand-new skill? We have a great option in mind - learn to cook online with these FREE Online Cooking Courses from Yuppiechef!

Enjoy 30 days free access to all of their Online Cooking School courses! During this time, you'll learn how to master popular recipes, get on top of those techniques and hone in on various cooking styles from the comfort of your own home at your own pace.

Sounds like something you'd like to get cracking on? Visit Yuppiechef now and find out how you can get started!

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What It Includes

Learn how to cook from some of the industry's most well-known names, including Peter Goffe-Wood, Sarah Graham and Franck Dangereux, with this series of high quality video tutorials. Each FREE online cooking course includes in-depth theory notes, recipes to try and quizzes to test your knowledge along the way.

These courses can be viewed across various devices – smartphone, laptop or tablet – and you'll have unrestricted access to all of the course videos and notes for 30 days (from the day you purchase this bundle from Yuppiechef).

How Does It Work?

This sounds like the perfect way to spend your remaining days in isolation! But wondering what happens after the 30 days? Here's what you need to know:

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What Courses Are Available During The 30 Days? 

Here are a few courses that you can look forward to during your 30 days of free access:

Click here to see what other courses Yuppiechef will be offering during your 30 days.

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For More Information

For more information about Yuppiechef and this offer, visit www.yuppiechef.com.

Don't forget to follow and like Yuppiechef on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest news, specials and products.

Zoo Lake Park – Parkview

Not only does the Zoo Lake green gym give visitors the opportunity to blow off some steam and sweat off those extra kilos, it also offers a wonderful space to relax and enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. After your workout, take a stroll through the park, check out the Coronation Fountain or enjoy a picnic. You could even take the family on a leisurely boat ride.

Details: 011 483 1017 | Corner Jan Smuts Avenue and Lower Park Drive, Parkview.

Mushroom Farm Park – Sandown

In the centre of the richest quarter mile in Joburg, the Mushroom Farm Park in Sandown is just the place if you’re looking for a little peace, relaxation and, of course, some exercise outdoors. Green Outdoor Gyms has set up a number of park gyms to give the public access to health and fitness equipment without the cost, and Mushroom Farm Park is one of their signature sites. Go check out what equipment they have ready for you.

Details: Corner Daisy & Linden Street, Sandown, Sandton.

Mushroom Farm Park – Sandown

Metro Park – Newtown

The inner city isn’t all about traffic jams, home affairs and sidewalk traders anymore. Now there is a Green Outdoor Gym at Metro City! Fitness fanatics can expect to find weight machines, steppers in different variations, stationary bikes and much more in the middle of Joburg CBD. This is also a lovely spot if you’re looking to get out of the office for a few minutes, just to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine.

Details: South of Mandela Bridge, corner Ntembi Piliso and Carr Street, Newtown, Joburg CBD.

Protea Glen Park – Soweto

Soweto is buzzing with action, so it's only natural that Green Outdoor Gyms has spread its gift of fitness and health to Protea Glen Park. No matter which muscle group you’re looking to firm up or how intense a workout you’re seeking, there is sure to be a piece of equipment at the park gym to get the job done.

Details: Kunene Street, Soweto.

Diepsloot Park – Diepsloot

Diepsloot Park was renovated in 2008 and now sports swings, slides and roundabouts to keep the little ones entertained. They also boast a mini-soccer field for footie fans and a free outdoor green gym that was installed by Green Outdoor Gyms. So, whether you’re looking to enjoy a day out and about having fun on the play equipment or want to break a sweat at the outdoor gym, Diepsloot is just the place. There is also security 24 hours a day.

Details: N14 Highway, Diepsloot, Johannesburg.

George Hay Park – Parkview

George Hay Park is one of the popular outdoor spaces used for numerous events throughout the year, including yoga in the park, Halloween trick-or-treating and Valentine’s Day activities. To add to the options, they have installed an outdoor gym for the use of the general public. No membership fees or being cooped up indoors, this gym gives you the opportunity to enjoy nature, fresh air and sunshine while you work on your fitness.

Details: Westmeath Road, Parkview, Randburg, Johannesburg.

George Hay Park – Parkview

Petrus Molefe Eco Park – Soweto

Another spot that offers a free green gym to residents in Soweto is the Petrus Molefe Eco Park. Young and old can take advantage of the great equipment and turn half an hour of the day into a health-focused activity. What's also great is that you're bound to meet and socialise with neighbours who are fellow fitness fans and share your tips and tricks that’ll further help you on your health journey.

Details: Mokwhene Street, Dhlamini, Soweto.

Steyn City – Midrand

Connecting Lanseria to Fourways, and Midrand to Broadacres, Steyn City is another signature site that boasts a Green Outdoor Gym. There are nine workout stations that are spaced out over 1,2km, each sporting six different types of equipment to ensure that you get the best out of your workout. From arm and leg work to cardio and strength, you’re sure to get a balanced session.

Details: Zevenfontein 407-Jr, Midrand.

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Sir Lionel Phillips Park - Greenside

No need for you to rob the bank for a gym membership fee, because the Sir Lionel Phillips Park in Greenside is open to the public. They offer gym equipment to keep everyone in good and healthy shape, and it's all completely free of charge.

Details: 27 Cruden Bay Road, Greenside, Randburg, Johannesburg.

Westdene Dam Park

Wondering how to fit in a morning workout routine? Well, why not take a jog and get a workout at the Westdene outdoor gym? Bring the kids along so they can burn off their excess energy while you lose some extra calories. This is a great affordable way to get a workout in for the whole family, at no cost.

Details: 14 Lewes Road, Westdene, Johannesburg.

Westdene Dam Park

Where To Run In The City

If you are in need of a good cardio workout after all that strength training, then why not go for a jog? Joburg has everything you need to keep in shape without breaking the bank. Click here to see our list of top jogging spots in the city.

Get Those Fitness Apps Ready

Another easy and affordable way to stay in shape is with the help of some technology. Check out these fitness & health apps and meditation apps to help you stay in tip-top shape.

What's your favourite outdoor gym? Tell us all about it in the comments section below. 

Klipsrivierberg Nature Reserve

Johannesburg's Jewel of the South is a 700 hectare nature reserve in the southern suburbs of Johannesburg. This park has an array of wild life and flora, which are available to view on any one of the 10 trails. Trails include the Bloubos, Dassie, Beacon, Sunbird, Ruins, Kiepersol, Legae, Bakwena, Gifbol and Wildebeest. The reserve is open daily from sunrise to sunset and the entry is free.

Contact details: 011 9433578 / 4 4th St, Johannesburg South / [email protected] / klipriviersberg.org.za

Rietfontein Nature Reserve

Located in Sandton, this 24 hectare rocky ridge reserve offers short and easy hiking trails. This is perfect for kids and families, as well as those wanting a quick hike but who are short on time. The hike trails over ridges, where there are spectacular views of Sandton and surrounds. The reserve is open daily from 06:00 - 18:00 and the entrance is free.

Contact details: 011 943 3578 / 138 Holkam Street, Rietfontein Ridge, Paulshof / [email protected] / www.friendsofrietfontein.org

Melville Koppies Nature Reserve

This nature reserve and heritage site is tucked away in Randburg. It holds the last conserved remains of the Johannesburg Ridges, the remaining kraal wall from the Iron Age and indigenous highveld grasses, flowers and trees. The reserve is divided into three sections: East, West and Central. Melville Koppies East and West are open daily for hikes and walks but they advise going on scheduled walks in the West section.

Contact details: 011 482 4797 / 4 Judith Rd, Emmarentia, Randburg / [email protected] / www.mk.org.za

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Kloofendal Municipal Nature Reserve

Once a gold mine, this 128 hectarre nature reserve now offers concerts, organised walks and hikes. This is a great place to go experience nature as it is a transition zone of Bankenveld, Drakensberg and Savana ecosystems. Spend the day exploring one of the many hiking trails and maybe catch a glimpse of a jackal, duiker, reedbuck, dassie, mongoose or gerbil.

Contact details: 011 760 9143 / Veronica St, Roodepoort / www.jhbcityparks.com

Golden Harvest

Although not a hiking trail or nature reserve, this 55 hectare park is still big enough for a quick hike in the city. The indigenous bushveld and pristine dam make for lovely hiking scenery. The park features a foot path to the dam, as well as a koppie with ancient smelting remains. This is a great spot for hiking with the family and dogs. And afterwards, have a delicious picnic while the kids run around and play.

Contact details: 011 712 6600 / 1st Rd, Northgate, Randburg / www.jhbcityparks.com

Sugarbush Day Trail

Located in Krugersdorp, this 8km hiking trail covers rocky paths, wooded grasslands and old mine shafts. The starting point is a stone's throw from the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens and covers land protected by the Cradle of Human Kind World Heritage Site. And the hike ends with picturesque views of Magaliesberg. The draw to this trail is the abundant sugarbush shrubs, which flower pink-red blossoms throughout summer.

Contact details: 071 951-3667 / Robert Broom Drive, Krugersdorp

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Arriving here, some may feel a bit lost, out of place or have horror scenes playing in their mind. With the remote and quiet surroundings, this can be expected. However, once you're on the property, you'll made to feel like a welcomed guest.

After the pleasant drive from Joburg to Pretoria, we arrived at the sanctuary worried we were at the wrong place. Although well-marked, it is eerily quiet. Having arrived for the tour early, we ordered drinks at the vegan eatery, while exploring the on-site store. Drinks included a luscious hot chocolate topped with the most delicious whipped cream and a hazelnut latte crowned with melting vegan marshmallows. They were a treat, even to an omnivore palate.

The tour, which runs from 10:00 - 11:00 and 11:30 - 12:30 on Saturdays and Sundays, is completely free. The hour-long tour starts with the floppy-eared, curly-tailed pigs. There are currently three of them housed at the sanctuary, lovingly named Babe, Willow and Alfie. The tour discusses their stories in-depth, including how they got to the sanctuary, their path to health and their current lives. All while visitors get to watch as the pigs terrorise the poor ground keepers, demanding some love.

The tour then followed onto the rabbits and chickens, then to the majestic horses and the naughty goats - Basil, Libi and Beverley. Basil, has to be the personality of the sanctuary with his naughty and demanding antics. But he was able to charm us into falling in love with him at first sight. Beverley has to be the most adorable little kid we have ever seen.

Next, we got to meet the stars of the show. The ladies and the lads are a group of affectionate-hungry donkeys including India, Juliet, Charlie, Delta, Tango, Bravo and Echo. After being rescued from cruel conditions, many of these equines prefer to stay away from human interaction, which the facility supports. However, some of the donkeys have a lot of love, affection and cuddles to offer. Just be careful, a few of them are quite drawn to handbags and may choose to take a bite or steal them.

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The sanctuary also has a few rescued cows. We had the honour of meeting their photogenic girl Grace, and their huge and beautiful boy, aptly named Mr T. We were also lucky enough to be afforded the opportunity to play with the cow's flaps, the loose skin under their necks, and to get some soggy kisses. These animals, who were tortured in the farm and animal testing industry, now live full and happy lives thanks to all the hard work from the dedicated team at Asher's.

When the tour, sloppy kisses and Instagram snaps were done, we decided to end the day with a meal and mini shopping spree. Their store and eatery can easily be described as the Pretorian version of The Fussy Vegan, with the hard-to-find vegan items and scrumptious vegan fare. The menu is small but includes a range of coffees and milkshakes, burgers and hot dogs. We decided to try the Turkish Delight Milkshake, the Crumbed Burger and the Beyond Meat Burger, both served with a side salad and chips.

While waiting for our order, we browsed through the selection at their store. The selection includes vegan biltong, chocolate and caramel sauces, Nature and Moi cheese, vegan ice cream, cool drinks, bags, vegan hot chocolate, vegan sweets, vegan chocolate, Asher's Farm Sanctuary shirts and hoodies, black salt, jack fruit and so much more. And all the proceeds from this and the eatery, go towards caring for the animals on the farm.

After making a few purchases and sponsoring our chosen fluff balls (the noble Mr T and the playful Basil), we sat down for our meal. Wow. The Turkish Delight Milkshake, which was vegan, was mouth-watering and delectable. The salt and pepper chips were golden and crisp on the outside and perfectly fluffy on the inside. And the burgers? The Crumbed Burger was a "chicken" schnitzel on a fresh bun with creamy and tangy sauce, lettuce, tomato and onion slices, cheese and grilled pickles. The Beyond Meat Burger was glorious in size and taste. And for those who haven't tried it yet, it does look and taste exactly like real beef. Or at least the way we remember it tasting.

This was a wonderfully entertaining and informative day out, fulled with vivacious personalities, tasty food and lots of love. We'll definitely be back soon.

If you would like to offer some much need assistance to this organisation, you can do so by volunteering, supporting their cafe and shop or sponsoring an animal. You can also book a free tour here.

Alternatively, contact them on 065 120 2664, email [email protected] or visit their website.

Don't forget to follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Horsing Around

Bokkie Park, located in Boksburg, offers free animal interactions. Here, the kids can feed ducks, geese, peacocks, ostriches, cows, sheep, goats, horses, guinea pigs and rabbits. The park also offers many picnic spots under the lush trees, a jungle gym and braai facilities. Entrance to the park is completely free. You can purchase animal feed at the tuck shop, or you can bring your own from home. Pro tip: the animals there are quite partial to large, juicy carrots. But feel free to bring along some cabbage too. Just remember that none of these animals should be snacking on bread.

Museum Tours

Visiting museums is a great activity for the little ones. They are both entertaining and informative. But, they can break the bank. We found a bunch of free museum tours across the city. Your kids can explore and learn all about their city at no cost. Learn about the first African civilizations, long forgotten transport, natural history, traditional medicine, the life of Nelson Mandela and money at these interesting institutions.

Visit a Nature Reserve

Another informative activity is to explore the flora and fauna of our beautiful city. This can easily be done at either the Johannesburg Botanical Gardens or the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens. But for a another option, check out the plethora of nature reserves available in Pretoria and Johannesburg. While some have free entry, others charge only a small amount for the upkeep of the reserves.

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Science Experiments

Keep the learning going with science experiments. These fun and interactive activities will keep the kids busy for hours. They will also encourage your kids to think, explore, ask questions and be inquisitive. With these science experiments, they can learn all about the properties of non-Newtonian fluids, grow their own crystals, learn about farming and plants, discover sound waves, uncover the truth about density, use the power of a potato, bend light and erupt a volcano.

Have Fun at a Park

Joburg has many parks located in all the suburbs. Some of these parks may be a bit lackluster, but there are many well-maintained and safe parks worth exploring. The best thing about this is that it's for the whole family, furbabies included. The kids can get some sun playing on the jungle gyms or bring a ball and play a round or two of their favourite sport. You can also pack a picnic for some added family bonding time.

Day at the Library

Our childhoods were filled with days at the library, when we could spend hours going through colourful books of all shapes and sizes. We could sit on the poofy bean bags and get lost in a world of fantasy where none of our little problems existed. And the best part was when all the kids would gather round for story time. Spend the day at one of the top libraries in Joburg. This is the perfect free entertainment for children who still want to be captivated by the fictional world.

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Please note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, opening hours may be subject to change. Please contact your desired destination for further information regarding their trading hours, events and updated information.

Admire Some Beautiful Art

Visit The Goodman Gallery

If you are a fan of contemporary art or just art in general, then take a drive out to the Goodman Gallery in Parkwood. Housing artworks from artists such as David Goldblatt and William Kentridge, you can spend the day viewing some exquisite artwork, and maybe even learn a thing or two about art.

For more information about the Goodman Gallery, click here. 

Details: Opening hours: Monday and Sunday: Closed; Tuesday to Friday: 09:30 – 17:30, Saturday: 09:30 – 16:00 | 163 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg | Email: [email protected] | Tel: 011 788 1113

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Visit CIRCA On Jellicoe

CIRCA is a stunning gallery. In fact, it's a work of art itself. Check it out to see stunning exhibitions. CIRCA aims to showcase highly important contemporary artworks. CIRCA's curators also arrange installations concerned with technology. Musical events and lectures also take place at this gallery, so be sure to keep an eye out to stay in the loop!

For more information, click here.

Details: Opening times: Monday to Friday: 09:00 – 18:00, Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00 | 02 and 06 Jellicoe Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg | Email: [email protected] | Tel: 011 788 4805

Enjoy Some Fresh Air

Take A Stroll At Delta Park

Take a stroll, get some fresh air and reconnect with nature at Delta Park. This park is considered to be Joburg's biggest green lungs and an ambler's paradise, offering 104 hectares of grassland and woodland to explore. Sometimes we just need to get away from the noise of the city and be one with nature. This is just the place to go to when you want to take long walks on the walking trails, which link three beautiful tree-lined dams. It's also a great place to let the doggos run off some energy.

For more information, click here.

Details: Opening times: Monday to Sunday: 06:00 - 18:00 | 77 Craighall Road, Victory Park, Randburg, Johannesburg | Tel: 011 888 4831

Emmarentia Dam

With large, open gardens and the popular dam, enjoy a day at the park with family, friends and your four-legged companions at the Johannesburg Botanical Gardens at Emmarentia Dam. Pack yourself a picnic basket filled with delicious delights, a blanket and enjoy the fresh air while ‘people-watching’. This is the perfect spot to have a relaxing day out in the sun, give your four-legged friend some exercise and fun and spend some quality time with family.

For more information, click here

Details: Olifants Road, Emmarentia, Johannesburg | Tel: (011) 782 7064

Hop On Down To The Bokkie Park

Enjoy a day out in the sunshine with family and friends at the Bokkie Park in Boksburg. Bring along some veggies, or buy some at the kiosk available, and hand-feed the tame bunnies and other animals like goats, cows and donkeys. And, to make the day even more relaxing, pack a lovely picnic filled with snacks and enjoy the great outdoors while the little ones track down bunnies, see peacocks show off their flamboyant feathers or (when available) go on pony rides. And every first Saturday of the month, there's a Craft Market.

For more information, click here.

Details: Opening times: Daily from 08:00 to 17:30 | 38 Southvale Road, Leeuwpoort 113-Ir, Boksburg, Johannesburg | Tel: 011 999 5254

Do Something Different

Visit The Nan Hua Buddhist Temple

This one isn't in Joburg, we know. But it's definitely worth the drive! Visit the scenic Nan Hua Buddhist Temple (the South African branch for the Humanistic Buddhist Order) to marvel at the divine architecture. Take the time to walk through the museum and view their large collection of Chinese artefacts. Check out the White Temple Lions (not real ones, obviously) that protect the temple or view a set of impressive antique Han Dynasty (dates back 2 000 years) Chinese Palace gongs, which are the exact replica of the originals.

For more information, click here.

Details: Opening times: Monday: Closed. Tuesday to Sunday: 09:00 – 17:00 | 27 Nan Hua Road, Cultura Park, Bronkhorstspruit, Johannesburg | Tel: 013 931 0009

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Visit Joburg's Interesting Museums

Adler Museum Of Medicine

If you're a fan of anything medical, then take some time to browse through the history of medicine and developments in the medical world. Visit the Adler Museum of Medicine, where you can see interesting collections representing the medical, dental and pharmaceutical history through the ages. With hundreds of historical medical items, documents, philatelic and medallion collections and a library housing rare books, you can enjoy a day of browsing and learning. Regular public lectures, tours, film shows and exhibitions are on show at the museum.

For more information, click here.

Details: Opening times: Monday to Friday: 09:30 – 16:00, Saturdays on request | Wits Medical School, Corner York and Carse O’ Gowrie Roads, Parktown, Johannesburg | Tel: 011 717 2081

James Hall Museum Of Transport

Being the largest and most comprehensive museum of land transport in South Africa, visit the James Hall Museum of Transport and view transport collections which include animal-drawn vehicles (1870 - 1910), bicycles and motorcycles (1786 - 1960), buses and coaches, motor cars (1900 - 1980) and trams and trolley buses (1896 - 1986). There is also interesting memorabilia, artefacts and special interest and extremely rare steam vehicle collections to view. This is definitely the place for car or transport enthusiasts!

For more information, click here.

Details: Opening times: Tuesday to Friday: 09:00 – 17:00; closed every third weekend of the month | Pioneer’s Park, Rosettenville Road, La Rochelle | Tel: 011 435 9718 or 011 435 9485/6/7

Absa Money Museum

Take a trip down to the only money and banking museum to see the most complete collection of South African numismatic items in the world. The museum’s history stretches as far back as to the beginnings of trading in Johannesburg and shows many displays of ‘early money’, from Cowrie Shells to Venetian glass beads. Remember to bring along your ID for entry into the building!

For more information, click here

Details: Opening times: Monday to Friday – 08:30 to 16:00 | 15 Troye Street, Johannesburg | Tel: 011 350 4167

For more free museum tours in the city, click here. 

Visit One Of The City's Markets

The Rosebank Sunday Market

Browse through all kinds of stalls and find anything and everything from crafts, antiquities, collectables, clothing and stock for hobby enthusiasts. It’s free to browse but, if you wish, you can do a little bit of shopping. And if you get a bit peckish in-between shopping, there is a selection of food available.

For more information, click here

Details: Opening times: Sundays: 09:00 – 16:00 | Corner of Cradock Avenue and Baker Street, Rosebank, Johannesburg | Tel: 011 442 3387

The Stables Village Market

Wind down after a long week at the office at The Stables Village Market. This spot has everything you need for a fun day out with the family including good food, arts and crafts galore, entertainment for all, and a bustling atmosphere. They also host various events throughout the year, so be sure to like them on Facebook to stay informed.

For more information, click here.

Details: Address: 212 3rd Road, Chartwell, Johannesburg | Email: [email protected] | Tel: 060 868 6231

Weekend Market JHB

The Weekend Market is the place to be if you're looking for a market that caters to the whole family! Entrance to the market is free, but if you'd like to grab a bite to eat and enjoy some of the entertainment the market has to offer, then you'll have to spend a little bit. Other than that, this is a great spot to unwind, relax and spend some quality time with your loved ones. Be sure to follow them on Facebook to stay in loop with their upcoming events.

For more information, click here.

Details: Address: Corner Nasrec Road and Rifle Range Road, Ridgeway, Uncle Charlies, Johannesburg South | Email: [email protected] | Tel: 066 053 5425

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What Is It?

Something big and exciting is coming to Cradlestone Mall this winter! In conjunction with the cinema release of Jurassic World 3, prehistoric creatures will come alive as they bring the Dinosaurs of the Lost World, just in time for the chilly school holidays. You and the kids can take a close look at a massive and mesmerising T-Rex dinosaur display at the open parking and 24 other animatronic dinosaurs throughout the mall.

They also have a variety of dinosaur-themed activities perfect for all ages, including live augmented reality, dinosaur rides and selfie opportunities inside dino eggs. But the list of dino fun doesn't end there! There'll be hands-on activities such as fossil digging and displays, an interactive play gym, online tablet games and even dinosaur face painting. And, as if that wasn't enough, let your kids experience the inflatable amusement at the Woolies court, where they can slide through the mouth and down the tongue of a larger-than-life T-Rex! And don't forget to take your camera to capture all the fun! Who knows, your special dino moments might be featured on their website.

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When Is It?

Saturday, 23 June 2018 - Sunday, 15 July 2018.

Where Is It?

Cradlestone Mall, Hendrik Potgieter Road & Furrow Road, Muldersdrift, Krugersdorp, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Entrance is FREE.

For More Information

For more information, visit their website or call 010 020 1234.

Also, don't forget to follow Cradlestone Mall on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for all the latest updates, events, specials and news.