Upcoming Events in the Reserve:
20 September 2014 from 08.30:
We will have a walk/roll with Alzheimer’s patients and their loved ones to enjoy the time together in nature. Contact us for more information on firstname.lastname@example.org.
25 September 2014, 18:00 –19:00 :
Talk by Mr Mike Silberbauer on the state of the Moreletaspruit that flows into the Roodeplaat dam. He has been doing a very intensive study for the Adopt-a-river project. This is a very interesting talk about the water system’s source: A fountain on the Wingate Golf course grounds until it ends as drinking water for parts of Pretoria.
From 19:00 we would like to invite you to join us at the Voerkraal (part of Rademeyers), to enjoy a nice braai with us (“Sundowners, T-Bones, Chicken Flatties” served from the braai). Please join us and meet all the other people that are involved with our reserve. Please let us know if you would like to attend (email@example.com). This will be for your account.
11th October 2014,07:00 – 10:30:
We will have a Walk and Talk with Anto Eyssel-Knox and Rudi Bezuidenhoudtt. Both are specialists on wetlands and they will talk about our own wetlands as well as all the new veld flowers that will be blooming after the rain. We will meet at the parking, remember comfortable shoes, a hat, your camera, something to eat and drink and a R 40 donation towards the reserve. People really enjoy this walks, please join us.
18th October 2014 07:00 – 11:00:
People who have joined us for talks by Prof Adam Bumby will know how much he loves to talk about our own very special rocks and rock formations. Since his talks are always popular and well attended, we have invited him to hold another one. Please meet us in the parking area and remember good walking shoes, a hat, your camera, something to eat and drink and a donation towards the reserve.
30th October 2014 from 18:00:
We plan to have our Annual General Meeting for all our Friends of Moreletakloof as well as people who would like to know more about the reserve and what we would like to accomplish as community with this reserve, in cooperation with Nature Conservation. The date is now confirmed and notice will be sent out to everyone.
1 November 2014, vanaf 6.30 until 11:00:
Hein Bantjies and his team of bird ringers will once again join us for a morning of bird ringing, followed by a talk. They always take great care to show everyone how the ringing is done, and people have the opportunity to see the birds up close and help release the birds (something the kids really enjoy). This is another one of our regular events and always very well attended. This is also one of our events easily accessible for people in wheelchairs or people who are visually impaired.
As with all events, remember comfortable shoes and something to eat and drink.
For information on any of these events, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org