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Come rain or shine, the V&A Waterfront offers activities aplenty this winter

ACTIVITY DATES TIMES VENUE COST
Reptile Garden 18 June – 18 July 10h00–18h00 Ground Floor, Jubilee Hall, V&A Watershed R50 per person
Pumptrack 25 June – 17 July 10h30–15h30 Quays Square (in front of the African Trading Port) Free
Innovation Station 28 June – 10July 11h00–18h00 Centre Court inside Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre R20 per child
Rugbytots First series:

4–8 July

Second series:

11–15 July

Mornings:

10h00–10h30: 2 to 3.5 yrs

10h30–11h15: 3.5 to 5 yrs

11h15–12h00: 5 to 8 yrs

Afternoons:

14h30–15h00: 2 to 3.5 yrs

15h00–15h45: 3.5 to 5 yrs

15h45–17h00: 5 to 8 yrs

Croquet Lawn (outside Springbok Experience Rugby Museum) Cost options:

R300 for one series only

R550 for both series

Logos Hope:
The World’s Largest Floating Book Fair
24 June – 11 July Sun – Tues: 14h00 – 21h30

Wed – Sat: 10h00 – 21h30

Docked at Jetty 2 R5 per person

Cape Town, June 2016 — The V&A Waterfront is determined not to let rain end play this winter, with a full line-up of activities to keep children busy come rain or shine.Reptile Garden

Some of South Africa’s most fascinating reptiles will occupy Jubilee Hall in the V&A Waterfront’s Watershed for the month of June, making for an exciting excursion for parents and children during the upcoming school holidays.

From Rock Monsters to Monty the Giant Python and the twin Boa Constrictors on display, visitors will gaze on reptiles of all shapes and sizes, watch live snake shows, learn a little more about our scaly friends via educational short films on show, read fascinating facts and stats about reptiles at our pop-up Reptile Lab, and meet some of our experienced snake handlers.

Running from 18 June to 18 July access to the Reptile Garden also includes sand art, LEGO tables and a PlayStation terminal to keep young ones occupied for a while, and parents are welcome to visit our on-site cafeteria while their kids keep busy. The Reptile Garden is open daily from 10am to 6pm and tickets are available from www.webtickets.co.za.

Skill-building pumptrack

Fifty metres of fun is what children of all ages will encounter at the V&A Waterfront’s new temporary pumptrack between Saturday, 25 June and Sunday, 17 July this winter. A pumptrack is a continuous track where the rider uses an up and down ‘pumping’ motion to propel the bicycle/scooter forward instead of pedalling, providing the perfect tool to improve balance, learn skills and improve confidence on a bike.

Open from 10.30am to 3.30pm daily, helmets, bikes and scooters will be provided free of charge. Not entirely restricted to children, adults are also encouraged to explore the Pumptrack.

Innovation Station

High-energy creativity and playful fun will be the order of the day at the Innovation Station, scheduled daily over the holiday period. Parents are invited to bring their little ones to the V&A Waterfront Centre Court for workshops that focus on encouraging exploration and stimulating children’s imaginations and problem-solving skills as they tumble around in a safe and stimulating environment.

Overseen by four engaging facilitators, this year’s workshop theme is ‘recycling’ and seeks to instil a positive, environmental appreciation message in young children’s minds. The daily workshops will focus on the processes of designing, making, prototyping and playing with recyclable materials, and cost R20 per child per day. It will run at the Centre Court within the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre for 13 days from Tuesday, 28 June to Sunday, 10 July between11am and 6pm. No bookings are required and entry can be paid for on arrival.

Please note: Depending on demand at the time, play time at the Innovation Station may be limited to one hour per child.

Raucous roughhousing: Rugbytots for little ones

Encourage your future Springbok with sporting sessions designed to fill a gap in the childhood development sector, by using rugby specific skills. Rugbytots will develop your child’s physical, psychological, and social attributes, as well as gently encouraging rugby specific skills such as running with the ball, finding space, kicking, catching, scoring a try, and much more.

Two Holiday Clubs will run this winter, with the first scheduled for 4 to 8 July and the second from 11 to 15 July. Each Holiday Club will have three classes per day, organised by age group. Sessions have been organised for children aged 2 to 3, 3 to 5, and 5 to 7 years, and will take place on the Croquet Lawn at the V&A Waterfront at a cost of R300 (for one weeks’ worth of sessions) or R550 (for two weeks’ sessions) per child. Pre-booking is essential: www.rugbytots.co.za

Logos Hope: world’s largest floating book fair

The world’s largest floating book fair, Logos Hope, will soon visit Cape Town, bringing with it a wealth of knowledge, help, importantly – literary hope! Docked at Jetty 2 at the V&A Waterfront from Saturday, 24 June to Monday, 11 July, parents are encouraged to bring their children aboard the vessel to browse the wide book selection and meet the volunteer crew, who span 55 different nationalities.

More than 5 000 book titles are available for purchase, and visitors can also treat themselves to a variety of sumptuous eats available from the on-board International Café.

For more information on any of the above activities, please contact the V&A Waterfront Info Centre oninfo@waterfront.co.za or 021 408 7600.

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