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Where did the chickens Kross K’Road

15 June 2005

Where did the chickens Kross K’Road and why was the Mayor watching?

Event tomorrow Thursday 6pm 16 June 2005

The invitations said, ”Celebrate with caution”, for the opening of the K’Road Krossing.

Lead by the SAFE chickens and heralded by the Dominion Centenary Concert Band the Mayor, Dick Hubbard and a contingent of K’Road dignitaries will process across the new, long awaited, pedestrian crossing between St Kevin’s Arcade and the Lim Chhour Centre.

The event is being celebrated K’Road styles with a bouillabaisse of theatrical moments, including the gifting to the Mayor of the KEY TO K’ROAD, a noise Festival and an ‘Open Home’ in Samoa House afterwards.

Opening - K Road Krossing
6.00 pm - St Kevin’s Arcade to Lim Chhour Centre
The Dominion Centenary Concert Band and Alleluya Noise Festival
The chickens who crossed K Road – SAFE
6.15 pm – His Worship The Mayor Dick Hubbard – Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
6.30 pm – Relocate to Samoa House
Open Home – Samoa House – 283 K Road
6.30 pm – Continuous showings
Footnotes - Video 33mins – Catherine Garet
Street Photography Stall – Video 10 mins - Ralph Talmont
New Masterwork Paintings – Seung Yul Oh
VAANA Mural Restoration - Arts manager Nora West
Heritage – K Road images and tales – Historian Edward Bennett
Music – KFM Radio
Urban Design K Road Stage 3 – John Potter Boffa Miskell
Discover the FALE – K Road’s best kept secret

In the K’Road tradition all are welcome to this FREE event.



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