At a thrilling annual event at Status Hall, the venue was packed to capacity with NAON members, family and friends, who gathered to pay homage to local mothers.
From acrobatic acts to fire performances and exquisite dances moves, the men at Exotica International metaphorically and literally set the stage on fire.
Shoppers browsed an array of items for sale, including curios, handmade crafts, gorgeous plants, delicious meat products, freshly-made bakes and tasty treats.
With an array of goodies on sale, ranging from beauty and skincare to handmade clocks, there was truly something for everyone.
There was also face painting, food stalls and various other activities which made for the perfect way to enjoy a day at the mall.
Soos altyd was daar ook eet- en drinkgoed wat die grootste fynproewers en smulpape se monde sou laat water, en volgens Johan van Rensburg, organiseerder van die Boeremark, kon hul byna nie byhou met al die bestellings nie.
Don’t miss out on this entrepreneurial opportunity; market stalls are available at a cost of R50 each.
At the finish line, children were rewarded with yummy chocolate Easter eggs and a big hug from the Easter bunny.
With his debut book #raisingkids, Newcastle psychologist Paul Bushell not only answered the many questions parents are faced with today, but also emphasised learning how to thrive in a constantly changing world.
The six kilometre annual event was held after a special morning service, and was well attended.
The Grey Goose Easter Egg Hunt was a smashing success and not even the wet weather could dampen the spirits of the young ones who attended.