The Zwaanswyk Association of Property Owners would like to extend an invitation to Tokai residents to attend a talk by Gavin Bell of SANparks on the 5th May at 7.30pm at The Range. He will be talking about the closure of the park, rehabilitation plans and possible land-slides that could happen as a result of all the tree clearances.
There will be a cash bar and it is hoped that people can stay after the talk and socialize together.
Join the Discovery World Triathlon for an interesting talk by Kent Horner at Trail and Tar, Unit 3, Forest Glade House, Tokai Road on 9 April at 18h30.
Please RSVP Savannah@worldsport.co.za. You are welcome to bring your Tri-buddies along and share the invite!
Race registration as well as race briefing will take place on Thursday 23 April, Friday 24 April and Saturday 25 April 2015. Full details relating to registration times and race briefings will be confirmed closer to the time. Enter here.
The Revolution Food Fair is a banting-focused market taking place monthly on the first or last Sunday of the month.
On offer, a variety of delicious banting foods and products, as well as local wines and live jazz to keep you entertained. A portion of the funds raised from the event will be donated to the Peninsula School Feeding Association.
Confirmed 2015 Dates: Sunday 29 March 2015.
Entry is free.
Revolution Food Fair – Banting Market:
Where: Winter location: Earth Fair Market, South Palms Centre, 333 Main Road, Tokai When: Selected Sundays (generally first or last Sunday of the month) 10am – 3:00pm. Who to contact: Heather at 021 823 0149 or email email@example.com
The Earth Fair Market in Tokaiis a great place to do your weekly food shop. They have an excellent range of grass fed meat, real free range chicken, eggs, butter, dairy, organic veggies, fish and all kinds of breads.
They also can’t resist having some fun on occasions and St Patrick’s Day offers a great excuse to spice things up. This coming Saturday (14 March 2015) and the following Wednesday (18 March 2015), the market will be celebrating the ever-so-Irish occasion with green beer, green traders and green food. They will also have live music on the Wednesday.
If you’re bringing children, don’t forget there’s a great Little People’s Corner so the kids can have fun too.
Earth Fair St Patrick’s Day – Event Details:
Where: Earth Fair Market, South Palms Centre, 333 Main Road, Tokai (near Builders Warehouse) When: Saturday 14 March 2015 – 9am-2pm and Wednesday 18 March 2015 – 3pm-8pm Who to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Earth Fair Market in Tokai will be holding their last evening market for 2014 on Christmas Eve Wednesday 24th December 2014, from 3pm to 8.30pm. It’s a great opportunity to stock up on the last minute goodies and favourites as the market will only reopen again on Wednesday 7 January 2015.
And, for all of you who will be cooking big meals on Christmas Day and slaving over the hot stove, this is the perfect chance to bring the family for a delicious light supper and some champers at the market to get into the Festive Cheer.
Join Steenberg Vineyards for their Steenberg Vineyard Trail & Fun Day in support of TSiBA Education.
Choose between a 5km or 10km Trail Run with amazing prizes for the best dressed participants. Walkers welcome.
After enjoying the beautiful scenery on the Trail Run, indulge with your friends & family on the lawns under the Constantiaberg Mountains while sipping on award-winning wines & bubblies from Steenberg. Pack a picnic & bring your favorite blanket.
Runner – R150 (includes trail run, wine tasting and entertainment)
Non-Runner – R50 (includes wine tasting and entertainment)
The 42nd Annual General Meeting of the Tokai Residents’ Association will be held on Tuesday November 11, at 7.30pm, at The Range, Orpen Road, Tokai. The guest speaker is Dr Helen Robinson whose latest book ‘Constantia and its Neighbours’ will be on sale. Refreshments will be served. All welcome. For inquiries call 082 701 0048.
The Mission of the Tokai Residents Association is to support the residents in perpetuating the atmosphere, environmental qualities and investments they have made in Tokai by pro-actively engaging with any body or organization, be it Municipal or private, which may threaten the status quo.
Their objectives are to :
retain the unspoilt rural character of Tokai and surrounding areas
ensure the continuation of the Single Residential Zoning that is established in the area
ensure the compliance with town planning requirements, regulations and procedures
restrict the scope and extent of commercial activities in the area
control and prevent ground, water, air, noise, light and signage pollution as well as traffic congestion
ensure that all traffic signs are visible and adhered to
encourage the preservation and maintenance of the natural environment in and around Tokai, including forest areas, open spaces and parks
ensure the conservation and upkeep of the historical and cultural environment in Tokai
monitor the upkeep and maintenance of all municipal services and infrastructures
monitor the provision of adequate and effective health and safety measures
prevent organized public and private events that may negatively impact on residents
work with residents to ensure a safe and environmentally friendly area
make residents aware that the TRA is here to assist them in keeping Tokai a desirable place to live