Finally, things are back to normal after all the rugby drama last week. Now we can move on to other events that at least cater for all crowds. Below are some of the events that are happening this weekend.
Five A Side Beach Touch Rugby
This weekend you can head down to Mombasa for some touch rugby at the 2014 edition of the annual Diani Beach 5-a-side Touch Rugby Tournament held on 11th, 12th and 13th July 2014 on Diani Beach which is the perfect venue for an annual Beach Touch Rugby Tournament that is not only hugely social but also very competitive with the standard of Rugby getting better every year. Check out the details here
Oliver Twist the Musical by Potterhouse School
I’m sure most of you know about the story of Oliver Twist. And even if you don’t, you have heard the name. This is your chance to see it live in a musical play performed by the Potterhouse School this weekend starting from tomorrow the 11th July. Interested? Here are the dates and times for the play.
The Marie Pierre Wine Club
Do love wine? Attend the Marie Pierre Club and learn more about wines and also get to taste the wines that will be on offer for the day. There will be food pairing and you can also but wine by the bottle. Advance tickets are going for Sh 1000. Wine lovers will certainly have a treat and you can find out more about it here.
This is an event that used to happen at the middle Saturday of every month at Sheebeen Bar but took a long break. Now it is back bigger and better with Awesome People…Awesome Music…Fun times ahead! The have amazing offers on drinks and lots of Shisha and best of all, it starts at noon. Check out their drink prices and find out when it’s going to be.
Customer Service Skills Training
This seminar gives you the skills you need to communicate professionalism, gain respect, enhance customer relationships, and keep your customers coming back. It will help you Secure an overall competitive advantage through distinctive customer service. It will be held at the Bamburi Beach Hotel in Mombasa. Here are the details.