Three of Scotland’s top Celtic musicians joined pipe bands and Celtic dancers from around South Africa this weekend to celebrate the third Knysna Celtic Festival – and the event is beginning to draw interest from performers from other countries, too. “The Festival is growing – with numbers at the Friday night ceilidh and Saturday night […]
LET YOUR IMAGINATION TAKE FLIGHT. Explore creative minds and encourage youth to tell their own stories during this year’s Knysna Literary Festival, 16 – 19 March, 2017.
A team of stakeholders has set a date of the week of the 06th March 2017 as a possible date for an ecological burn. The planned burn which was postponed last year is now back on the cards of a steering committee concerned about the ecological wellbeing of the area. The burn will include some […]
Although the organisers are expecting a turnout of more than 500 exceptional vehicles, the Knysna Motor Show sponsored by Sanlam Private Wealth promises three very special appearances this year. “While we welcome everyone to come along to see and enjoy the vintage and veteran cars and motorcycles, and the supercars, classic sports cars, and new-era […]
Dear Knysna Animal Welfare Society Friends & Supporters Please kindly consider a financial donation to support Knysna Animal Welfare Society before the current tax year ends on the 28th of February 2017. We can help you to reduce your tax liability to SARS! Knysna Animal Welfare Society is a registered NPO 009-263 and a SARS recognised Public Benefit Organization. We […]
SOMETHING NEW for the #KnysnaLitFest is this year’s introduction of local Knysna professional adventure racer; Mark Collins and his talk Beyond the Wall. Mark, captain of Team Sanlam Painted Wolf, talks about his racing career spanning 18 years, including the team as they conquer mountains, rivers, jungles, deserts and oceans. He shares lessons learned, the strategies he used and […]
Following the example set by Western Cape MEC Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities in making his office more accessible during First Thursday, the Knysna Executive Mayor, Eleanore Bouw-Spies will now be opening her doors every first Thursday of the month, between 17:00 and 19:30 for Open Thursday. To ensure access to all, Bouw-Spies will […]
A hearty welcome to the pipe bands from across the country arriving in Knysna for this weekend’s Celtic Festival. A special welcome to the international guests of the festival, we trust you will be treated well by your hosts. We wish the Celtic festival organisers the very best and may you have a successful event. […]