Local belly dancer put on an impromptu show to entertain the crowd on Palmer Rd, Muizenberg.
We have received much positive feedback and can look forward to more markets to come. Our dinner hosted by Dijo African restaurant was a fabulous success as guests were welcomed by the beats of African drums and fire dancers then treated to a variety of vegetarian and fish dishes. Guests were then led next door into the Communitree space where a storytelling, musical and poetry performance enlivened creative palettes. The art auction which followed was an excellent contributor towards our fundraising as well as standing proud as an example of the fine artwork to be exhibited in the future of Communitree.
The Communitree Space: market stalls and art exhibition.
Some of the works of art waiting to go up for auction.
The band Rivertone play vibey tunes for a happy Saturday on the southern peninsula.
Theresa, owner of Dijo African Restaurant, where many Communitree meetings have taken place.
Fire dancers light up Palmer Rd, heart of Muizenberg Village, as guests arrive for dinner and the art auction.
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All images by Dani Bora
Thank you also to all the business and individuals who generously donated raffle prizes, these were very gladly received by many smiling peoples!
Communitree is now focusing on moving into 37 Palmer Rd by the 1st of September.
Watch this Space!