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Sunday Streets

09 Nov 2017

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The Boyd Community Hub will host a Sunday Streets event in Kavanagh Street for local residents on November 12.

Inspired by the global Sunday Streets initiative, which originally started in Colombia, the City of Melbourne will partner with local community groups to close a section of Kavanagh St for a day of fun and activities.

The Southbank Residents’ Association, Southbank Rotary, Melbourne City Southbank Lions Club and the Melbourne Men’s Shed are among some local stakeholders to be invited to help stage a number of activities including games, crafts, food and more.

The initiative is aimed at encouraging locals to come out and meet their neighbours and will take place outside the Epic apartment complex on Kavanagh St.

For more information visit participate.melbourne.vic.gov.au/sundaystreets

 

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