Sunshine Walk: Free family fun walk

13:38 (GMT+2) Thu, 23 Sep 2021
Sunshine Walk: Free family fun walk Venue: Bloem Showgrounds, Curie Avenue, Bloemfontein

17 October 2021

07:00 – 11:00

Bloem, let’s get outside and active! It’s time to rise again, so pull on your takkies, and pull into the Bloem Showgrounds on 17 October! 

Bloem Show, together with OFM and Bloemfontein Courant, are hosting the Sunshine Walk on Sunday, 17 October 2021. This 2.5km (which can be done more than once) FREE walk at the Bloem Showgrounds promises to be a morning of fun for the whole family.  

Plus, all your favourite OFM presenters will be there; they will participate in the walk and play your favourite workout music!

There will be food stalls and refreshments. A fun-filled competition will form part of the walk, where six stamps can be collected at venues along the way and great prizes, including Zebbies vouchers, Loch Logan Waterfront vouchers and Our Butchery vouchers, can be won!  Winners will be announced on social media. 

  • Parking at the Fun Fair grounds (follow the directions)
  • Starting point at the Banquet Hall
  • Starting time between 07:00 and 09:00
  • No pets allowed
  • Donations of non-perishable food will be collected for Food4kidz
  • Strict Covid-19 regulations will apply

For more information, follow Bloem Show on Facebook.

During the year the facilities on the Bloem showgrounds can be rented for weddings, functions, parties or small events as well as for business offices and storage and auctions.  Visit www.bloemshowgrounds.co.za or contact 051 448 9894 for more information.


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