The Best of South Coast, hosted by South Coast Herald was held at Port Shepstone Country Club yesterday. Several businesses were recognised for their excellence in service.
Lindsay’s School of Ballet presented ‘The JUngle Book’ at Uvongo Town Hall last weekend. A large audience enjoyed a number of wonderful dances.
The ‘Art-Love-Passion-Design’ exhibition ran at Margate Art Museum last weekend. It featured a vibrant mix of local art and crafts.
Once again the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra played to packed Azalea Hall at the Margate Retirement Village last Saturday. The programme featured a diverse selection of music from Gioachino Rossini to Julius Fucik to Andrew Lloyd-Webber and there was even a tribute to Old Blue Eyes (Frank Sinatra). It was a superb concert under the baton of Lykele Temmingh.
SHS matrics accept awards at their final prize-giving, held on October 20.
The Hibiscus Rotary Golf Day took place in fine weather at Margate Country Club last Saturday.
The annual KwaZulu-Natal Uvongo Seniors’ Tennis Tournament took place at Douglas Mitchell and Uvongo Tennis Courts last weekend. Close to 60 seasoned players participated.
The Gereformeerde Kerk Suidkus (Reformed Church South Coast) annual bazaar last Saturday was a tremendous success. Visitors had the opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping.
The Port Shepstone Methodist Church annual bazaar last Saturday saw heavily laden stalls with a variety of goods. Visitors had a ball shopping for bargains.
The Margate Business Marketing Day last Saturday was held to attract more customers to businesses in Marine Drive. Lots of entertainment, food and specials formed part of the festivities.
South Coasters arrived in their numbers for the ‘Moove for Hooves’ ramble at Munster Sports Grounds last Sunday. This was a special fundraiser for the local SPCA.