What Is It?
Gather the family and head to Huddle Park for a fun day outdoors, complete with hiking, biking, walking your four-legged companions and appreciating Mother Nature. St Andrew’s School for Girls is celebrating Mandela Day by bringing the community together through fitness. Spend the morning hiking along the trail, cycling on the track and strolling about, all in aid of raising funds for a great cause. The EcoTrail will once again be raising funds for the St Andrew’s social development programme, uBambiswano, a Saturday school programme held at St Andrew’s for students from disadvantaged backgrounds and under-performing schools.
If you need to replenish your energy levels, there will be food and drinks on sale at the event. There will also be a DJ to keep the crowd entertained. As for the little ones, they can enjoy the jumping castles and face-painting. Other activities at the park for your family’s enjoyment include putt-putt and fishing. If that’s not enough adventure for you and your family, head to Acrobranch, which will be offering special packages to EcoTrail participants on the day. Let’s not forget to mention that the event will have various stalls representing health, fitness and wellness, as well as an animal shelter representative if you wish to make donations.
When Is It?
Saturday, 22 July 2017 from 08:00 to 12:00.
Where Is It?
Huddle Park, Club Street, Linksfield, Johannesburg.
How Much Is It?
Online registration is R100 per person for any route. Children under 3 enter for free. Late entries are available on the day at a cost of R140 per person.
Please note: Online registration will close at midnight on Tuesday, 18 July 2017. Public entries will have an additional service fee charge, however, St Andrew’s entries will not incur this cost if registering on the St Andrew’s link provided.
For More Information
For more information about this event, visit St Andrew’s School for Girls on Facebook.