Join My Cape Town Market Durbanville for a Community Event

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My Cape Town Market is excited to announce its debut in Durbanville, providing a unique opportunity for vendors and residents. The weekend of June 24 and 25 will see the market come alive at Melina Street, Ridgeworth, Durbanville, a scenic location next to the Old Oak Parks Depot. The event promises to bring together a diverse range of vendors offering distinctive products, exciting activities, and a sense of community.

Alderman James Vos, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Growth, Commends the Expansion of My Cape Town Market to Durbanville

Alderman James Vos expresses his enthusiasm for the expansion of My Cape Town Market to Durbanville. The locale’s lively community of traders offers an array of handmade goods, innovative gadgets, and culinary delights. The market provides a platform for artisans, tech enthusiasts, and food connoisseurs to showcase their products and talents.

Engaging Activities for All Ages

My Cape Town Market Durbanville has planned engaging activities for all ages, including performances by buskers, showcases of emerging artists, and a dedicated children’s play zone. The event aims to revive the cherished sense of community while catering to international visitors looking for authentic South African experiences.

Supporting Budding Entrepreneurs and Creators

Alderman Vos emphasizes the importance of supporting platforms like My Cape Town Market that nurture budding entrepreneurs and creators. The market enables vendors to reconnect with existing customers, forge new relationships, and expand economic prospects.

Join My Cape Town Market Durbanville

Vendors interested in joining My Cape Town Market Durbanville can apply for trading bays available at a reasonable rate of R107.20 per bay per day. The application deadline is June 19, 2023. Forms can be obtained online at https://bit.ly/3O81g3U or by contacting Lwandisile Mani at Lwandisile.Mani@capetown.gov.za.

Application forms can also be collected at the following offices between 09:00 and 15:00:

  • Subcouncil 7, Municipal Offices, Security/Reception Desk, 38 Oxford St, Durbanville, Cape Town, 7550.
  • Area Economic Development Offices, 1st Floor, 44 Wale Street, 8001.
  • Subcouncil 2, Municipal Offices, Security/Reception Desk, 87 Brighton Way Kraaifontein, 7570.

Applicants should note that space is limited, and trading opportunities will be granted based on meeting the selection criteria. For further information or inquiries, contact Valencia January via email at Valencia.January@capetown.gov.za or Patricia Richards on 021 400 5379.

My Cape Town Market Durbanville promises to be an unforgettable event showcasing local talent, providing entertainment, and fostering a strong sense of community. With a wide range of products and activities on offer, this market is a must-attend for both locals and tourists. Come and experience the spirit of Durbanville!

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