Cape Gift Market 2019

The Cape Gift Market (formerly the Sea Point Gift Market) is an annual market held at the Sea Point City Hall

The Cape Gift Market offers a wide variety of beautiful products from over 165 crafters from across the country, everything that you can think of to spoil yourself or your loved ones during the festive season.

The market will have products for each and every one in the family. Beautiful jewelry for moms and daughters, decor items and some of the best glass- and ceramic ware made in the Western Province. Clothes for babies to Grannies, party dresses and accessories for little girls. Toys for boys and girls, some educational and others for just the enjoyment of play.

Plus, there will be the most divine edible products like koeksisters, biltong, hertzogies, coconut tarts, cup cakes, fudge, sauces for braai and salads, Cape honey, jams, dried fruit and lots and lots more.

The products come from as far as Vredendal, Bloemfontein and Port Elizabeth.

Entrance to the market and ample secure parking are free and the isles are wide enough for moms with prams and people in wheel chairs to move freely

Visit www.capegiftmarket.com to find out more.

EVENT DETAILS:

DATES & TIMES
29 October – 10 November 2019.
Weekdays 9am-7pm.
Weekends (incl Sundays) 9am-5pm.

LOCATION:
Sea Point City Hall
Corner of Main Street and Three Anchor Bay Road,

CONTACT:
Geskenkemark@gmail.com  | 082 411 3981

APPLICATIONS:

In preparation for this year’s event, market organisers are holding a selection day on Saturday 18 May 2019 and invite crafters and creatives to apply to come and display their products for possible inclusion as part of the 2019 market.  

The Selection Day event will be held at Sea Point High School in Norfolk Road, Sea Point.

FIND OUT MORE

CHRISTMAS MARKET GUIDE - 2019

Our annual guide to the many wonderful Christmas gift markets held in and around Cape Town each year.

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