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This Sunday, the streets of Cologne-Ehrenfeld will belong only to its residents. Without traffic and lots of free space for encounters and action. â€œTell everyone, talk to your neighbours, this day will be what we make of it and if all of us participate!â€ There will be no cars in the district of Cologne-Ehrenfeld, instead there will be room for initiatives, creative workshops and encounters in search and promotion of alternatives for a more sustainable, more communal an caring lifestyle.
Exhibitions, readings and theatre plays will take place outside, there will be food and drinks available though not in the usual commercial fashion.
When:Â Sun, Aug. 31st, 2014. From 11am to 8pm.
Where: Car-free area between Vogelsangerstr. and Subbelrather StraÃŸe and GÃ¼rtel and Innerer KanalstraÃŸe
More Info:Â http://www.tagdesgutenlebens.de
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– Hans Dieleman (based in Mexico-City, Mexico)
– Francesca Cozzolino and David Knaute (both based in Paris, France)
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