The Bryanston Organic & Natural Market has an exciting line-up in celebration of Youth Day. For an opportunity not to be missed, be sure to catch musical talent presented in a free concert hosting the SMYLe Soweto Marimba Youth League (at 10:00), the East Rand Youth Orchestra (at 11:00) and the Michael Mount Waldorf High School Choir (at 12:00).
From 10:00, the older youth can take part in the Free Expression Art Wall, where you can paint whatever you wish for a good cause. To partake, there is a donation of R30 per person which will be donated to the Twilight Children of Hillbrow charity.
Browse through their usual market stalls, help the kids with some fun candle making, sand art, wool felting, t-shirt painting, ceramic painting and origami. These activities will be charged at a small fee.
When is it?
Monday, 16 June 2014 from 09:00 to 15:00.
Where is it?
Bryanston Organic & Natural Market, Culross Road, Joburg.
How much is it?
Entrance to the market is free.
For more information, visit www.bryanstonorganicmarket.co.za.
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If you are looking for something fun to do with the family, then be sure not to miss the Creative Arts Youth Festival at the Bryanston Organic & Natural Market for a day of fun, food and artistic flair.
Venue Name:Creative Arts Youth Festival At Bryanston Organic & Natural Market
Culross Road, Sandton, South Africa
Opening Hours:Thursdays, Saturdays and Public Holidays: 9.00am to 3.00pm
Price Range:Free entrance
Type of Fun:Family Friendly Venues
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 74 reviews
we spent a lazy couple of hours browsing the markets. Had good coffee and some Banting muffins. Bought some Banting nut butters yum yum from Jozi nut butter and a great bird guide from the...
We spent a lovely Saturday morning browsing and listening to music. Lots of food choices and seating. Children's areas and activities. Good vibe and worth a visit.
This is a good local market with a variety of stalls. Many do fit the expected theme though a few random options around. Come earlier for fresh bread and best fruit and veg. The dosas are something...