PALAPYE HERITAGE FEST ON PAWS
Originally scheduled for 28th October at Little Paws Tea Garden, the much awaited Palapye Heritage Festival has been postponed to 25th November at the same venue.
Organisers instead held a super activation on the 28th to give patrons a taste of what to expect come month end.
According to event Director, Thabo Johannes, the dress rehearsal was for both patrons and stall owners to grasp the concept and purpose of the festival.
Having already received a thumbs-up from Kgosi Martha Lebang, the Palapye Heritage Fest and Family Fun Day promises to be an exciting event, and a good way to start the end-of-year festivities.
Hope Botswana will host a two-day event titled ‘Encounter Jesus 23’ on 24 – 25th November at the Old Francistown Stadium.
The religious gathering seeks to ignite, inspire and help the youth of Botswana realize their dreams, while setting a course for the country’s prosperity.
According to the organisers, it’s an event designed to provide a powerful platform for the youth to connect with their faith, inspire one another, and pave the way for a brighter Botswana.
Speakers will include Ministers Dr Khupe, Evangelist Tamryn Klintoworth and Apostle Michael Orokpo.
Admission is free, but one must register to attend.
Follow Hope Botswana’s Facebook page for more details.
TUTUME ANNUAL FEST
The first-ever Tutume Festival Outdoor Experience will light up Club HQ on the last Saturday of the year.
The distinguished Dr Vom of ‘Tsaya Thobane’ fame will headline the 30 December show, expected to bring hundreds of revelers for a night of fun rarely seen in the township.
Organisers have also revealed DJ Missy as the second artist on the line-up, with several more exciting performers to be unveiled in the coming weeks.
Early bird tickets are selling for P80, or else it’s P100 at the gate and P150 for two.