|Events: July – October 2017|
|27th -29th July||Chobe Agriculturual Show||Pandamatenga||Pandamatenga Commercial Farmers Association|
|27th July – 01st August||Tour de Tuli||Tuli Block||Wilderness & Nedbank||The demand and interest in the cycle tours continues to grow and these events are well known and well respected in the mountain bike community.As a result of the growth and enthusiasm for these mountain bike events, we operate these fundraising events under the Tour de Wilderness brand, an umbrella brand which manages and coordinates all fundraising sports activities for Children in the Wilderness.
There are many reasons why you might want to consider cycling this event. Amongst them are the incredible scenery, wildlife and wonderful community spirit created by this event. However from our perspective the overriding goal is to raise funds for Children in the Wilderness.
Children in the Wilderness (CITW) is an environmental and life skills educational programme that focuses on the next generation of rural decision makers, developing environmental leaders who are inspired to care for their natural heritage so that they become the custodians of these areas in the future.
For further information on Children in the Wilderness please visit www.childreninthewilderness.com
|9th-12th August||Makgadikgadi Epic||Sowa Town||BTO||Makgadikgadi Epic, Sky Diving Boogie and adventure activities. Done in collaboration with the Nata Conservation Trust|
|21st – 27th August||Botswana Consumer Fair||Fairgrounds, Gaborone||Fairgrounds Holdings||Botswana Consumer Fair is an all inclusive platform whose objectives are to create an interactive forum for our exhibitors and their clients. It offers opportunities for diversification of the economy and promotes service sectors.For more information on the event, visit www.fairgroundholdings.com|
|26th August – 2nd September||Gaborone International Music
and Culture Week (GIMC)
|Around Gaborone in
|Leap Frog||Gaborone International Music and Culture Week (GIMC) is a multi discipline event that celebrates Gaborone city and its residents. GIMC is held every first week of September and runs for a week with activates that cover cultural celebrations, comedy,poetry,music festival,fashion,jazz,golf day to name a few. Performers are selected from across the region, internationally as well as top local artists. Some of the proceeds from the event are donated to deserving NGOs especially ones that seek to uplift less fortunate memebrs of the community.For more information, visit www.gimc.co.bw|
|2nd September||Dithubaruba||Ntsweng, Molepolole||Dithubaruba||Dithubaruba Cultural Festival is the Kgosi Sechele 1 Museum’s annual event which aims to promote the understanding and an appreciation of people of Kweneng’s cultural heritage while at the same time creating leisurely time for the local people. The event also aims to instill a sense of identity and pride amongst the local people and further promotes activities of self expressions such as dance, music, drama and poetry in the district.|