It’s all Magic in Bergvliet

Western Cape teen battle of the wands returns to Cape Town this September!

Ten young magicians vie for provincial champion titles and top honours

The ultimate provincial magical teen battle of the year, the 2017 Western Cape Junior Magician Championships, returns to Cape Town’s Bergvliet High School on Saturday 23 September 2017.

This is it! The ultimate teen battle of the wands – the 2017 Western Cape Junior Magician Championships – will see the province’s most talented young illusionists compete for top honours and the titles, at Bergvliet High School on Saturday 23 September 2017.Image credit: Andrew Klazinga

Hosted annually by the College of Magic, Cape Town’s only magical arts organisation, the Championships will see ten of the province’s most promising young wizards go wand to wand in two thrilling contests for the Western Cape Junior Magician title and the opportunity to attend international magical events.

It is every teenage wunderkind for his or herself as they prepare to wow a judging panel of entertainment veterans and the audience with their competing acts in the dexterous art of Close-Up magic and stunning illusions of Stage magic.

While the judges deliberate about winners for the Close-Up and Stage magic events at 4pm and 7pm, audience members can enjoy the not-to-be-missed Street Magic Contest. The contest sees mischievous buskers perform their marvellous coin magic, card tricks and balloon modeling up close for fans who can then vote, via ballot paper, for their 2017 Street Magic Champion.
 
in addition to the exciting wizardry contests, audiences can look forward to a special guest performance by Bryan Miles, a master of the wicked manipulation of the mind and a performer who is trained in the art of thought deception. Bryan has performed across the globe, from London to Los Angeles, for movie stars and celebrities. His ground-breaking primetime SABC TV series, ‘One Day with Bryan Miles’ has had South Africans across the country questioning what is possible and what is not.  
 
Championships’ audiences can look forward to Miles’ mindblowing perfomance that will keep them questioning the potential of the human mind!

Celebrating its 37th year of teaching the art of magic and its allied arts as well as vital life-skills to children and adults in 2017, the College of Magic, a non-profit organisation and the only one of its kind in the world, has proudly hosted the Championships for more than three decades:

“It is an incredible honour to host the Championships, one of the most highly anticipated magical events of the year, once again. A family- friendly event of this nature not only prepares our contestants for competing in the professional magical world but it also gives magic fanatics a taste of astonishing entertainment they won’t soon forget!”, says David Gore, director of the College of Magic.

Be a spectator at the ultimate teenage magical battle of the year:

An entertaining afternoon/evening of magical showmanship awaits spectators at the Western Cape Junior Magician Championships at Bergvliet High School on Saturday 23 September 2017! Tickets for the Championships start from R100 and are available at www.collegeofmagic.com/tickets. Book yours TODAY!

For more information about the Championships and the College of Magic, please visit www.collegeofmagic.com or call +27(0)21 683 5480.

Make your property problems dissapear like magic!  This community notice is brought to you by Cecily Madison your Chas Everitt International local area specialist for Bergvliet, Meadowridge, Kreuplebosch.  www.CEI.co.za 

Boreholes and Wellpoints

Register a borehole

Boreholes and wellpoints are a great way to conserve valuable drinking water and save you money on water bills. They also have an impact on the environment, however, and must be well regulated and monitored. If you have a borehole or wellpoint on your property, then you are required to register it with the City. This is done for environmental research and monitoring purposes only and not for billing.

 

How to register

Step 1: Send an email to borehole.water@capetown.gov.za. Include the following in your email:

  • your full name and contact number;
  • the address of the property where the borehole or wellpoint is situated;
  • the erf number of the property where the borehole or wellpoint is situated;
  • your City of Cape Town account number; and
  • whether you are registering a wellpoint or borehole.

PLEASE NOTE

You must apply for a new borehole or wellpoint at least 14 days before they are sunk.
Registration is required after your borehole or wellpoint has been sunk.

Step 2: Once you have registered, you will receive a free sign to display on your property. This is a legal requirement during water restrictions and is necessary to avoid fines issued by water inspectors.

Sweet Valley Primary’s 60th anniversary

#Bergvliet – A festival of winter sports to celebrate Sweet Valley Primary’s 60th anniversary. #SweetValleyPrimary
Cecily Madison from Chas Everitt as always “in the middle of it” supporting community and school activities.  Always a great example of a business person giving back!

On Show Bergvliet Sun 7 May 2017

Spacious North Facing Family Home (with Potential for Subdivision)

Be prepared to be mesmerised by the abundance of space and sunlight infused living areas with stunning views of the Constantiaberg Mountain Range from every room in the house.

This lovingly maintained family home situated in the prestigious suburb of Kreupelbosch offers a lifestyle of easy entertaining whilst the children have ample space to enjoy the freedom of the outdoors and create childhood memories. With Sweet Valley Primary School on your doorstep, you can be assured of peace of mind as the children walk to school and the secure playground round the corner provides space for the neighbourhood children to meet their friends and walk the dogs.

Relax on the north facing patio overlooking the sparkling pool, whilst sipping sundowners and enjoying the enticing aroma from the family braai.

Subdivision is possible with the potential to build a separate dwelling with its own driveway.

This home offers families the opportunity to grow without compromising on space and privacy.

More details on this Bergvliet Property For Sale

Chas Everitt at the Village Fair (*Due to rain glorious rain it is postponed till next Friday)

We will be offering property information to clients and having some fun with three competitions!So come visit us at the Chas Everitt shop where we will offer ‘sherry and champagne’ and join in the fun!Enter our LANZERAC WEEKEND Luxury Cape Town Weekend Competition
#WishYouLivedHere
We will also be running the Easter Colouring Competition awarding 3 winners a Chas Bear on the day.
All ages catered for! (If you want to download and bring the entry to us you can do so here)
Our third competition is for a fabulous Easter Hamper !

Let’s be good sports!  Pre-loved sports gear for the Spartan Harriers Youth Development Program
can be dropped off at our office on the day.

Easter Chas Bear Colouring Competition

DOWNLOAD and then print (A4 size pdf) the colouring entry form (see link below)
(or collect one from the Bergvliet or Tokai Chas Everitt office) 

Hand in your completed entry in either at our Chas Everitt office in Meadowridge Park ‘n Shop Centre or on Tokai Road or you scan and email to cecily@everitt.co.za

We will display the entries at the offices over the Easter Weekend in our shop window.

Multiple winners will be notified  (we will group by age and office).
The prizes will be a number of Easter Hampers of various goodies.

Easter Chas Bear  This link will take you to pdf download  🙂