Posted by: Soulgrow | November 2, 2011

A bounteous organic haul from the Obs Holistic Lifestyle Fair

A bounteous organic haul from the Obs Holistic Lifestyle Fair

The Fair features a variety of organic and artisanal exhibitors.

Need some weekend rest and recreation? Enjoy a chilled day out with the whole family at the Holistic Lifestyle Fair & Green Market

Looking for something very relaxing and a little different to do with friends and family on the weekend? Come and visit the Obs Holistic Lifestyle Fair & Green Market at the Observatory Recreation Centre on Sunday 6 November, 10am-4pm.

WHAT TO EXPECT?

A shady picnic on the grass, artisan cheese, organic olives and chocolate, traditional sweet shop confectionery, fresh juice creations, newly baked artisan bread & croissants, organic chocolates, free range eggs, Indian sweetmeats, divine coffee, Sunday papers, a head, neck & shoulder massage, organic soy massage candles, comfy bohemian clothes, unique jewellery creations, soulful live music by the popular Jamie Jupiter*, a free showing of the film ‘Peaceful Warrior’ with Nick Nolte**, an insightful life reading, interesting people, great company, well-loved books, one-of-a-kind artistic works, friendly dogs, happy children, a game of chess… why would you want to be anywhere else on a Sunday?

Not just your average weekend market, the Fair’s 120+ holistic, alternative, organic and eco-friendly exhibitors have been showcasing and promoting more conscious, wholesome and just plain juicy ways of living since 1997. Come and sample some of the best health, wellness, organic, eco-friendly and artisanal products and services available in the country.

The Fair is very family friendly, with a special section featuring DreamWeaver jungle gyms in two play areas, jumping castle, cupcake decorating, sand art, face painter, balloons, activity area etc. For animal lovers, there will be dogs for adoption and products for sale from LEAPS. A doggy oasis is also available inside the main Fair area for tired pooches (well-behaved dogs welcome at the Fair!)

Entry: R10 adults; R5 teens, students & pensioners; U12s free (donate items at the gate for our charity drive and get in for half-price.)

Free patrolled parking adjacent to & in streets around the venue.

Info: 021 788 8088 or 083 3329785 or holisticfair@mweb.co.za http://www.holisticlifestylefair.yolasite.com or Obs Holistic Lifestyle Fair on Facebook

Next 2011 Fairs: 6 Nov, 4 & 18 Dec (Xmas fair).

NEW: Saturday 17th Dec (09h00-13h00) sees the launch of our exciting Baby & Kids Lifestyle Market at the Obs Recreation Centre (see Baby & Kids Lifestyle Market on Facebook).

*FEATURED MUSICIAN 6/11/11: JAMIE JUPITER The Fair’s featured musician between 12h00 and 14h00 on the 6th is the popular and talented Jamie Jupiter who performs solo as a mind-blowing one-man band. By looping an impressive array of rootsy percussion and indigenous instruments with guitar and bass, he creates a sound that is both modern and authentic. Jamie has toured the UK, USA and Canada, Reunion island and Germany with “The African Music Workshop Ensemble”, played with the glam-rock sensation “The Honeymoon Suites” in the 90’s and won a Fleur du Cap for best cabaret 2009 with the mock country show “Angels on Horseback”. Come and listen to him stretch his musical muscles, from playing traditional African music, delectable-dub, high-kicking gypsy grooves, fun-filled disco-funk, to ecstatic techno tribal trance.

** FEATURED FILM 6/11/11: ‘Peaceful Warrior’ with Nick Nolte This inspirational film will be repeated: 11h00-13h00 and 13h30-15h30

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