24 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment
• New beginnings, a collection of artworks by the graduates of the College of the Arts, takes place at the National Art Gallery until 9 March.
• A photographic exhibition produced by visually impaired persons during walks through the cities they reside in: Vienna (Austria), Caracas (Venezuela) and Windhoek (Namibia) can be viewed at the Goethe Institute until 28 February.
• Shy Wild, an exhibition by Anne Lacheiner-Kuhn can be viewed at The Project Room (32 Jenner Street, Windhoek) until 9 March.
Sunday 24 February
• 07:00 Nedbank MTB Challenge starts at the Waldorf School in Windhoek. Online entries close at midnight on 19 February via Today.com.na
Tuesday 26 February
• 19:30 The Journey of the Hacker: A public talk by Andrew Fordred on browsers, email, usernames and passwords, takes place at the Delta Secondary School in Windhoek.
Wednesday 27 February
• 18:30 SPCA Windhoek Quiz Night at the Old Wheelers Club. The evening includes lots of fun and laughter, snacks and surprise prizes. Cost: N$1 000 per team of 4. Info: [email protected] or swing by the SPCA to sign-up.
• 19:00 The Dark Web, what is it? A presentation by Andrew Fordred and hosted by the Scientific Society, takes place in the Delta Primary school hall.
Thursday 28 February
18:00 Multiple Sclerosis Namibia in collaboration with Cancer Association and the Holding Hands initiative host the first ever Rare Disease Medical Seminar with presentations by Dr Carl Hauman (clinical pathologist), Dr Percy Kumire (neurologist), Heidi Burmeister-Nel (clinical psychologist), Rolf Hansen (Cancer Association), and more specialists on various rare diseases, along with live classical music by Ebbie Becker (clavinova) and Jürgen Kriess (violin). Tickets: N$500 via Webtickets.
Friday 1 March
• 09:00 The Kasi Vibe Festival Vol 5 takes place at the Sam Nujoma stadium in the capital until Sunday. Tickets: N$30 in advance and N$40 at the gates. Kids under age 8 enter for free. Info: www.kasivibenamibia.com
• 18:00 Join Mammoth for the exclusive Technoloft experience at the Maerua Rooftop. Only 120 tickets available per event! Tickets: N$150 each, includes a complimentary CRUZ vodka welcoming drink and an exclusive music experience with top Namibian DJ's. Info: [email protected] or 081 290 1116.
• 19:00 In this month's edition of Night Under the Stars at the Goethe Institute, young and gifted Enchante makes a statement as a solo musician, bringing to the stage heartfelt, raw, original songs that she has spent the past year perfecting. Entrance: N$20.
• 19:30 David Kau presents Half Man, Half Comic at the Warehouse Theatre, with a second performance on 2 March. Advance tickets via Today.com.na cost N$250.