The Taste of Darling from 26 April to 1 May 2017
Darling might well be a small town but therein lies diversity and an abundance of attractions. Come the last weekend of April they are once again pulling out ALL the stops and presenting the Taste of Darling.
This small rural town, only 55 minutes from Cape Town’s CBD, opens up this coming long weekend to entertain you with song, dance, and all the tastes of Darling. The Taste of Darling is a cultural and taste experience offered by Darling Brew, Chicory Cheese Cafe, Cloof Wines, Darling Olives, Darling Sweet, Evita se Perron and The Flying Pig.
Find their events map here and PLAN YOUR LONG WEEKEND: http://tasteofdarling.co.za/events/
This is your invitation to join Darling for the day, or better still spend the weekend, and let them spoil you with music, food, beer, wine, arts and crafts – a feast for the senses – which are all those things which reflect the variety and ingenuity of this small West Coast town.
There is much that is special about Darling, where time is still measured by the Church clock and only last week did we have a cow strolling the Main Street. Most special is that this town (or maybe “dorpie”) which on the surface may seem time- warped, has not only a huge heart but a bellyful of innovation, creativity and talent. But what else would one expect with a First Lady like Evita, a theatre like the Perron, and a train which toots its way through two or three times a day?
Taste of Darling Events:
The Taste of Darling is Darling’s opportunity to put the spotlight on their hidden talents.
There will be no charge for admission to the Taste of Darling although some music performances will require payment of a fee, as will the live shows at various venues, and of course nibbles and drinks, (see all details on the www.tasteofdarling.co.za website) but the street music comes free!
So park your car and wander the town on foot; there is so much to see, and so much to do, for young and old alike. Come and treat yourself to a real taste of Darling where we promise you the warmest welcome and a generous serving of Platteland hospitality.
Press Enquiries/Deliveries/Bookings/Stall applications to Ida Opperman
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