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Something To Do This Weekend If You Are Not Using Self Storage


Most tenants of self storage move into their self storage unit on the weekend. If you are not one of the many across South Africa using a self storage unit this weekend then it means you have some free time to burn. Here are a few things you might want to take a look at.

Cape Town
The Knysna Oyster Festival runs from the 6-15 July. The event has expanded from just eating oysters to a sports lovers dream as there is a range of events including running, cycling and adventuring sports such as paddling, gold, bowls, soccer, night biking and angling. In addition there is also wine and whisky tasting, as well as a few galas and some good night life with live music. For more details visit the Knysna Oyster Festival website.
Port Elizabeth
If you are looking for something to do with the kids that will also entertain you then Stars In Transition is for you. Essentially an event for the June/July school holidays the activities including horse riding, scuba diving, safari camping and arts and crafts. Certainly a not to be missed opportunity to have fun with your children and learn at the same time. Take a look at the events page here for more details.


Johannesburg
The Mclaren Circus is at Gold Reef City from the 23 June - 15 July. To make a booking visit The Mclaren Circus Booking Page. The show features poodles, clowns acrobats and pythons. You can even have your picture taken with the python and there are pony rides for the children during intermission. Gold Reef City is located just 8km from the Johannesburg city centre and is an iconic South African theme parks in Johannesburg.


Durban
Tonight is the Sharks vs Bulls Super Rugby match at Mr Price Kings Park, kick-off is at 19:10. The Sharks find themselves 5 points behind the Blue Bulls on the SA log and a win tonight would go a long way in assisting their chances of progressing further in the tournament. Bulls on the other hand are looking to continue their good season and move up from fourth spot on the overall log.

Also in Durban is the Vodacom Durban July horse racing event. The Grade 1 race, worth R3 million, will be watched live by over 55 000 people at the Greyville Racecourse. If you are looking to take a punt then visit the Durban July betting tips page for more information.


Found something better to do this weekend? Tell us what you are up to?