Poets and mysicians gather for regular performances at Catu, an Irish pub in the city.
The performances move to the district six Museum and the CCC begins to take shape.
The monthly cultural programmes begin to blossom and attract growing audiences.
The CCC project manage four hugely successful 50th anniversary concerts for the University of the Western Cape.
Nine poets collaborate to produce a poetry anthology under the banner of the CCC.
The Rosa choir is launched.
Four members of CCC travel to perform in a production of UHADI, which is the Khoisan bow.
The CCC hosts the first of a number of community fundraisers which yields excellent income. The Rosa choir has production at the Masque Theatre.
The junior Rosa choir is born. The monthly programmes continue to grow in quality and support.
The junior choir has its first performances, at the Cape Town Festival in March and at the Slave church the following month. The CCC facilitates cultural tourism projects which generates income for artists and families on the Cape Flats.
The Rosa choir performs at a wedding and pre-wedding party during the first month of the year.