#NAFCountdown: Creative City Doccie Screening & Craft Market
Date: Saturday, 4th June 2022
The National Arts Festival (NAF) is fast approaching - a huge relief for the local tourism industry after the in-person format of the event was put on hold for the past two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Now that Covid-19 restrictions are lifted and economic and social activities are in full swing, we can’t wait to check out many of the activities that NAF will have on show!
Makana Tourism has been busy promoting local attractions ahead of the NAF with a #NAFCountdown social media campaign.
As part of the campaign, Makana Tourism, in collaboration with the Sarah Baartman District Municipality, will celebrate Makhanda (affectionately known as "Creative City") and its surrounding historical villages with a screening of never-seen-before documentaries produced by Rhodes University media students highlighting the various things to do around the city and a glimpse of tourism product owners, topped by a festive outdoor craft market.
Visitors to the street market can look forward to a festive and colourful experience, featuring everything from locally made crafts and street food to colourful buskers such as gumboot and pantsula dancers, live music, and carnival characters to show off the beauty of the Makana region.
Date: Saturday, 04 June 2022
Time: 11h00 – Doccie Screening at the City Hall
12h00 to 17h00 - Creative City Craft Market
Venue: City Hall and Church Square, Makhanda
For enquiries, please contact the Makana Tourism office on:
email@example.com or call 046 622 3241.
Accompanying photographs by SIZOMEDIA.
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