Here is what we've got going on at our store
WEEKLY 10KM TRAIL RUN
Same time, same place, same route every week. Join us for a slice of weekday single track on our local rock. All levels welcome.
📅 Every Wednesday Afternoon
📍Start and end at the Gone store
🗺 10km loop via Signal Hill
⏰ 5:30pm - 6:30pm
🍻Beers at The Honey Badger after.
🚿Lock up facilities and shower available.
🔦Bring a headlamp!
Join our Wednesday Run Facebook Group to stay up to speed with all the run comms.
DUCT TAPE AND BEER
Duct "Duct Tape & Beer" sessions happen at the store on the First Thursday of every month. If you have outdoor apparel that needs basic repairs, like rips & tears, bring the item and we'll fix it, while you hang out and have a beer or a coffee. Sounds like a plan?
Check out the Facebook Photo Album from our last Repair Session
15 March: Fishpeople Screening in association with Hemporium
You've asked. We've listened. So, back by popular demand; we're hosting another screening of FISHPEOPLE.
About the film:
The doccie tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea. From surfers and spearfishers to a former coal miner and a group of at-risk kids in San Francisco.
It’s a film about the transformative effects of time spent in the ocean—and how we can leave our limitations behind to find deeper meaning in the saltwater wilderness that lies just beyond the shore.
The film is presented by Patagonia and directed by Keith Malloy. Check out the trailer!
Tony Budden, the founder of Hemporium, has campaigned for the legal farming and production of Hemp in South Africa, for 20 years. He'll be chatting about this misunderstood resource.
- Doors open: 6:00pm
- Guest Speaker, Tony Budden: 6:30pm
- Film Screening: 7:00pm
- Cost: Free
- Venue: The Honey Badger (91 Loop Street). Bring some cash monies for beer and chow.
Join the Facebook Event Page for the latest information and comms.
29 March: Trails in Motion 6 Film Festival
It's Easter weekend. But for a particular breed of runners, it's better known as OMTOM weekend. So, to build some 'gees' and get your mind in the game, we're hosting a screening of the brand new Trails in Motion 6 trail running film. Check out the trailer!
Trust us, this film will give you a solid dose of inspiration. Enough to carry you through those rough patches on OMTOM.
- Date: Thursday, 29 March
- Doors open: 18:00
- Presentation by Dean Leslie: 19:00
- Time: 20:00 – 22:30
- Venue: The Labia Theatre
- Cost: R55 via Quicket (Buy now...they're flying!)
Join the Facebook Events Page for this screening to stay in the loop. We're also sharing information about each of the films as we get closer to the screening.
*The Labia allows alcohol in the cinemas. Not BYO. They have a pretty solid variety of beers.