The first event,7th of March, is a whole evening’s entertainment. The second one,14th of March, is not as entertaining but is all about empowering yourself with healing knowledge (this is not as airy fairy as it sounds).
On the 7th of March the inspirational, uplifting MIAGI orchestra is giving a free concert in the Spier Farm Shed off the Annandale Road. It starts at 4pm. You can read about MIAGI (Music Is A Great Investment) here. Suffice to say they are using the uplifting power of music to give opportunities to kids who would never have these opportunities.
Following on from the MIAGI concert, across the lawns from the Spier Farm Shed on the Stellenbosch Waldorf School premises, is a performance by the Sisonke Social Circus followed by the Sunset Cinema.
The Sisonke Social Circus has kids from across the social/economic/racial spectrum learning true teamwork and many skills whilst having a lot of fun.
The Sunset Cinema is an open air cinema run by Short and Sweet who source the best short films, animations and music videos from around the globe. They are collaborating with the Stellenbosch Waldorf School on the movies to be shown so kids from all ages will be able to enjoy the short films.
The second event is worth coming to if you are feeling like a normal human being in today’s world. In other words you are not vibrant, content and free of neurosis. There are 4 speakers addressing health. All 4 do not fit the normal definition of their profession. A doctor, a physiotherapist, a farmer (me) and a health shop owner. I know the other three speakers well and they are inspirational.
Click here to find out more about this event where you will also be fed real food. We have called it As We Eat.