Prince Albert Chronicles – July August 2023
Prince Albert hosted another wonderful Zwartberg Trapsuutjies mountain bike and trail running challenge beginning August and what would all that exercise be without a lekker Plaaskombuisfees kuier to reward the dedictated sporty sorts and their supporters.
Prince Albert welcomed back the much-missed Leesfees literary festival this August. The weekend of words ensured town was awash with authors, film writers, and literature fans alike, here is to more of the same next year.
Sometimes treading on eggshells is not such a bad thing.
Avoova, a proudly Prince Albert business, creates handcrafted, functional art using sustainably sourced Ostrich Eggshells. Thousands of shards are transformed into beautiful works of art by a small group of highly skilled artisans all residing in our beautiful town.
The cheerful atmosphere and deliciously broad range of dishes ensure visitors and locals return to The Rude Chef Bistro time and time again. The big question: is she rude or isn’t she, our lips are sealed suffice to say the restaurant is perfect for the whole family, furry friends included.
Spreading the garden love in North End with Sue Dean and Renu-Karoo Nursery who generously donated beautiful Karoo plants to all our garden competition entrants. Happy gardening, and good luck for the judging end September, watch this space.