Avoid weekend cabin fever and get out of the house for some family fun and time with these cool indoor activities to keep you moving.
Don’t let the rain keep you away, if you’re still looking to get out on the town this weekend, here’s a list of a few places where you can learn and connect with friends and family.
Jump and Jam at the Bounce
Located in Menlyn Maine, Fourways Mall, Johannesburg, Bounce has an interconnecting sprung play area ideal for all ages.
Unleash your inner child or move the young ones out of your home and into a world of fun, enough to tire them of getting you in trouble.
Various packages available on the Bounce website.
Movie night with the kids at the independent cinema Le Bioscope
Watch the classic movie Kids: The Princess Bride Saturday, April 23 at 2 p.m.
Join indie cinema The Bioscope’s Classic Movie Kids series and experience a blast from the past with your little ones.
The cinema is bringing classic movies from the 1980s and 1990s back to the big screen.
It’s a great opportunity for parents to do something original with the kids as well as a chance to relive your childhood with the favorites of their youth back in the movies.
Tickets cost R80
Visit https://www.thebioscope.co.za/ for more information.
Watch F1 at the Paddock Lounge, Imola GP viewing
Formula 1 fans are watching the 2022 season closely, with Ferrari asserting their dominance and Redbull hot on their heels ready to take on the challenge, here’s a great outing tailored for you.
Head to the Paddock Lounge, Imola GP Viewing Event for the perfect F1 viewing party in a relaxed atmosphere filled with late night social entertainment.
Those new to the sport can learn the ins and outs with friends and fans at Cotton Lounge, Bryanston.
Tickets guarantee your seat and a voucher for your first drinks, kudos to that!
Network and Learn a “Recipe for Building Your Own Business” by Heavy Chef Storytelling
Join this entrepreneurial seminar on how to integrate a story into your business in a way that binds your team, customers and earns you more money.
The workshop will be led by Lauren Beukes, author of seven best-selling novels and winner of several awards, and Pierre du Plessis, speaker and creative consultant to blue-chip companies.
The event is a hybrid event, live on stage and live is available.
Thursday April 21, 6-7:30 p.m., Workshop17 Sandton.
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Parking is available opposite the Sandton City site.
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This article first appeared on EWN: Your Guide to Indoor Events This Rainy Joburg Weekend