Good food, interesting wares and great weather made Thembalami’s fete on May 25 a fun day out.
The Rand Aid village, which incorporates the Max Ordman Deaf Association (MODA), ran a white elephant stall, veg and herb stall and sold items made in its occupational therapy department. Eight outside stallholders sold blankets, Indian food, preservatives, shoes and handbags, tablecloths, dog blankets, handmade soap and movies.
“The tea garden and boerewors roll stand did a bumper trade as well,” says Thembalami’s Elize Raath.
The Edenvale Cubs and 1st St Benedicts Pack Scouts were present on the day, enjoying the offerings and volunteering to help where they could.