17th was the World Day to Combat Desertification
Animals in Wonderland are running a holiday programme where the kiddies can learn about Lizards, snakes, tortoises and owls. Like their Facebook page for all the details.
Sanccob Holiday Festival starts tomorrow. The festival will include activities such as tours, watching penguin feed, running race and penguin themed games or arts and crafts.
A fee is applicable and there’s a limited space of 20 children per day.
For more details email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clariter Facility Tour hosted by the Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa is on this Thursday from 10:00 to 11:30pm in East London. Only 40 seats available so get in touch and book your spot.
On Saturday the Eco-Kids can enjoy a Treasure Hunt at the rocky shores of Seal Point in Cape St Francis from 10am. All proceeds will go to the Kromme Enviro Trust.
Staying on Saturday the Sards Winter Market is back at 418 SARDINIA BAY ROAD, PE. * 4Dogs * 4Kids * 4Family with Foodtrucks, Live Music & Jumping castles. Entrance is free
The First Buckaroo GOLF DAY is this Saturday from 10 AM – 6 PM at East London Golf Club.
The Trust of the GARDEN ROUTE BOTANICAL GARDEN hosts the 2019 GRBG information session and ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING on the 22nd of JUNE at 11am at the Education Centre in the Garden, Caledon Street, George.
BIRDLIFE EASTERN CAPE has an all day outing this Saturday to the Uitenhage area. Wentzel Greyling leads the search for the Little Bittern and the Knysna Woodpecker. Transport is available.
The South African Regional Meeting (SARM) of the International Forestry Student Association runs from the 23rd to the 29th of June at the Nelson Mandela University George Campus.
The Student Forestry Association from Mandela University George Campus play a pivotal role in hosting the Southern African Regional Meeting (SARM) and the theme for SARM 2019 is “Future multiple land-use and alternative business models for the forestry industry of Southern Africa”.
Critical dialogues, workshops and postgraduate presentations, as well as educational/field excursions form part of this interesting and though-provoking programme.