The Lions Club of Hout Bay Art and Craft Market is held on Hout Bay Common, every Sunday, weather permitting from 10am to 4pm. With arts and crafts ranging from home-made food to designer leather bags, jewellry, colourful cermamics and home decor items. All money raised is used for local community upliftment projects. Call Miranda on 082 8509 752 or visit them on Facebook: houtbaylionscraftmarket for more information.
Talk on bioenergy
Professor Emile van Zyl will give a free public talk on “The role of modern bioenergy towards a sustainable South- ern Africa” on Wednesday May 18, at SAAO Audi- torium, Observatory, at 5pm. No booking is necessary. For more information, visit www.royalsocietysa.org.za or call 021 650 2543.
The City of Cape Town’s Mayo member for Transport, Brett Herron, will be officially launching the new EWIZZ electric vehicle charge points at 3.30pm on Sunday May 22 at Dario’s Cafe in Victoria Avenue, Hout Bay. The event will run from 1pm to 5pm and will host a range of electric vehicles from Nissan, BMW, Melex & EWIZZ, demonstration rides from Green Taxi & transport service provider the Green Cab. Come and learn from Andy Le May about electric vehicles and from Bronwen Lankers-Byrne about “Sustainable Energy Practices”. Visit www.ewizz.co.za/charge or call Andy on 076 954 6396 for more information.
The Friends of Lion’s Head and Signal Hill have a morning hike at Manganese Mine tomorrow Saturday, May 14. Call Marga- ret Moore on 021 790 2617 or 076 787 9849 for more information.