Mmegi Online :: Bush Farm Sundays gave Thamaga residents a chill, relaxing Independence
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Bush Farm Sundays gave Thamaga residents a chill, relaxing Independence

The Bush Farm Sundays, an event started as part of creating positive vibes in the village of Thamaga turned into a full swing family fun day on Independence Day.
By Mompati Tlhankane Fri 05 Oct 2018, 14:46 pm (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: Bush Farm Sundays gave Thamaga residents a chill, relaxing Independence








The event, which is normally hosted every last Sunday of the month at Adashe Garden Resort, had attendants relaxed in a chilled environment. For a village known for notorious gangs and violence, it was quite a surprise to see people having fun without any interference.

Bush Farm Sundays, created along similar concept as Gaborone’s popular events, Jam For Brunch and Chill Step Sundays, is a way for people to forget the city life and breathe a new and perhaps fresh air. Children also had their own fun with loads of games and kiddies activities. The organiser, Lucky Ranko told Arts & Culture after the Independence Day chill that there has been a vast growth of attendance as the event attracted more than 400 people as compared to the previous events with only 150 people in attendance.

“The main target market for this event is families and friends who wish to enjoy an outdoor experience in a relaxed atmosphere on the

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lawn, good music, food as well as best scenery of Adashe Garden Resort,” he highlighted.

 Ranko was quick to admit that the Independence event was overwhelming as it attracted more than 600 people therefore they had to return others due to venue capacity. He said the other contributing factor to high demand was the introduction of more kids activities and this brought more happiness to families who attended the event.

“The support from Bakgatla ba ga Mmanaana in Thamaga and Batswana at large was more than words can describe. I still encourage Thamaga residents to support the event as it brings social, economic and development to our village as with various businesses on the day,” he said.

He added that he expects more stalls for selling and exhibiting in the upcoming events. Ranko said he would work on bringing more activities for children and elders.

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