Thursday, 30 June 2016

In Jozi this July/ August

Hi All

Sorry for the lack of blog post- I have been battling to juggle lots of work and having my little minions home all day during the school holidays.

Here are some things happening in Jozi in the next few weeks that you need to know about:


My Little Pony, Play Doh and Nerf- need we say more? The Fun Zone is giving your kids the chance to play with some of the latest and greatest Nerf, My Little Pony, and Play-Doh toys.

"There will be three branded stations that your kids can experience, and the best thing is that it is all for FREE and there are exciting prizes to be won!

At the Nerf station, there will be a Nerf firing range, where kids can blast away and potentially win some great prizes, a demo table where kids can learn about the new Modulus Blaster range, and finally, an iPad station with online games, and the chance to sign up for future events and giveaways.

The My Little Pony station features a community activity table, with activities like friendship bracelet making, colouring in, a toy play area, and a hair salon where we will ‘ponify’ your little one’s hair. There will also be character cut-outs available for photo opportunities.

The Play-Doh station is where your kids’ imagination can run wild. There will be creativity workshops that feature the latest Play-Doh food playsets, and all kids will receive little chef hats and will be able pose for photos with their creations."

Where and When:

Sandton City, Mr. Price Court between 28 June – 4 July, or Durban, Gateway, 6-10 July and Cape Town V & A Waterfront H & M Court 13-17 July. 


5 August- buy a sticker from Wimpy or Pick 'N Pay for R10 and wear your slippers to school, work or wherever you wish- all for a great cause! 

“It is such a simple and easy way to do something good and support children fighting life-threatening illnesses. Even during tough economic time you can make a difference with just R10 and doing something fun with your feet!  By wearing your slippers on Slipper Day, you can help to bring dreams to life and if we can make dreams come true, we can instil hope in a child which will help them to continue fighting,” said Julia Sotirianakos, Reach For A Dream’s CEO.

If you wear your striker, you can also get a free coffee at Wimpy on 5 August- win-win!

For more information on Slipper Day or the Reach For A Dream Foundation, visit: or


It turns out that family fun in the CBD is possible.

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