Two book launches next week at
Kalk Bay Books
&
an invitation to the Kalk Bay community’s most chilled event – the Concert in the Park


Tuesday 12 March, 6.30 for 7pm
 Sunbird
invites you to the launch of 

Jane’s Delicious Herbs
by
Jane Griffiths
Jane will be in conversation with Nancy Richards
 
Jane Griffiths, South Africa’s organic gardening guru, provides a wealth of practical information on
growing and using nearly 80 different herbs. From creative ideas for herb garden design,
to hands-on advice for setting up and maintaining an organic herb garden, this definitive guide is
clearly laid out with hundreds of beautiful colour photographs.
Jane’s first two book, Jane’s Delicious Garden and Jane’s Delicious Kitchen, have been bestsellers,
and this latest book is sure to follow suit.
When: Tuesday 12 March 2013
Where: Kalk Bay Books, 124 Main Road, Kalk Bay
Time: 6.30 for 7pmRSVP:by 11 March to021 788 2266.
 
Please note: this is a free event but RSVPs are required for catering purposes.


 Copies of Jane’s Delicious Herbs will be available for purchase and Jane will sign books on the evening.
 Wines for the evening are generously sponsored by
Leopard’s Leap Wines

Snacks are catered by The Annex Restaurant


Friday 15 March 2013, 6.30 for 7pm

Kalk Bay Books & Shelflife
invite you to the launch of

Painting Cape Town
by
Matthew Olckers

Matthew will be in conversation with Donald Paul

Painting Cape Town, Graffiti from South Africa
is the first book to cover the Cape Town
graffiti scene in extensive detail, and is the first official graffiti book from South Africa.
It includes interviews with more than 20 of Cape Town’s most prolific and recognised graffiti writers
such as Dek3 and Faith47, Mak1 and Wealz, and includes many never before seen photographs
dating from the early 1990s to 2012.

The author of the book, Matthew Olckers, started photographing Cape Town graffiti in 2007.
He shared his photographs on a blog named Painting The Town. Through the blog he was able to make contact with graffiti artists in the city.

During 2010, Matthew focused full time on producing this book.
In light of the increasing popularity of graffiti (and its close cousin Street Art) Painting Cape Town
recognises the graffiti artists who have made an impact on the surfaces of the city,
offering insight into the minds of the key figures in this misunderstood subculture.

 When: Friday, 15 March 2013
Where: Kalk Bay Books, 124 Main Road, Kalk Bay
Time: 6.30 for 7pmRSVP: by 14 March to

021 788 2266
between 9am & 5pm daily.
 
Please note: this is a free event but RSVPs are required for catering purposes.
 Copies of Painting Cape Town will be available for purchase and Matthew will sign books on the evening.