Listen to Lewis speaking about swimming in the coldest places on earth to raise awareness about global warming.

Tuesday Evening   7th September at 19:00  @ Muizenberg Pavillion

Entry Fee: Adults R35 / Scholars R20

Includes raffle ticket, Tea / Coffee & snacks.  Cash bar for wine / beer

PLEASE RSVP to Kim (kim@scenicsouth.co.za) or Viv (viv@scenicsouth.co.za)

Buy Tickets online Account: ScenicSouth, Acc No: 1224585230; Capitec Bank, branch code 470010.  Email proof of payment to Kim or Viv .  

Or buy at the door, but please RSVP.  Tickets are also available at Cake Creations in Recreation Rd Fish Hoek, Simon’s Town Pharmacy, Kommetjie Post Shoppe and WESSA Office in Tokai.

Meet interesting & motivated people at  Mini-Environmental & Climate Change Expo.  Move from awareness to action.   Organisations that have signed up to exhibit include:  Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa, Sustainable Energy Africa, 350.org, Project 90×2030, Climate Action Programme, SA Faith Communities Environmental Initiative, Transition Town Cape Town, The Green Times and the list is growing….

 

Lewis’s book `Achieving the Impossible’ on sale.  Buy your signed copy.  

 For further info contact Kim at 076 454 8467 or Viv at 084 685 2641   

Hosted by www.scenicsouth.co.za the community website of the far South Peninsula to launch its Courage 2 B Cool initiative: the new Cool that moves away from worshipping material possessions to valuing people and the natural environment.  Click here to read more about the `Courage 2 B Cool’  initiative.

 The scenic south is home to exceptional individuals, amongst them Lewis Pugh from Noordhoek.  Lewis recently made world headlines when he swam 1km in the freezing waters of a lake on Mt Everest and is known as the greatest cold water swimmer in history.   He is fondly known as “the human polar bear”.  He has many other great attributes, including his passion for the environment and his crusade for global awareness about climate change.  Daily news about the human impact on Earth can be daunting and de-energising, but Lewis’s incredible achievements are an indisputable example of the power of the human spirit. 

Read more about Lewis : http://scenicsouth.co.za//2010/04/lewis-pugh-to-swim-in-lake-on-mt-everest