Cape Town Society for the Blind invites you to ...
The Grand Spring High Tea!
Date: 7th October 2017 Time: 14h30 for 15h00
Dress code: Smart casual with a splash of green
Master of Ceremony - Soli Philander
2 x Winner of Celebrity Noot Vir Noot. Soli, is loved and admired for his work on stage, television
and radio, and is also host of TaxiVision on Cape Town TV.
R300 per person
or fill a table of 10 for R2700
Upper East Side Hotel.
31 Brickfield Rd, Woodstock
Michelle Botha - Director and co-founder of WINN, an emerging disability employment
non-profit. She is also a fantastic Jazz Vocalist.
Plum Song - Is a cabaret duo that covers an array of styles from Broadway hits, to
swing, pop and blues. They are a light-hearted, classy duo, whose music spans the
generations from the 40’s right up till today.
to firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your booking
Keri Stroebel - Inspirational Speaker / Founder of Power Woman Project.
Chaeli Mycroft - From The Chaeli Campaign is an internationally recognised ability
activist having been awarded the International Children’s Peace Prize in 2011, the
Medal for Social Activism from the Nobel Peace Laureates in 2012 and in 2013 she
accepted the World of Children Youth Award in New York.
Bank: FNB - Branch: Woodstock - Branch code: 201909
Account name: Cape Town Society for the Blind
Account No: 50080130640
Contact Nicky Jacobs
email@example.com for more details
Artist to perform on the day-
to be won.