The three retailers have a very special reason to celebrate, with SteinWeg celebrating their many years of existence with neighbors, customers and guests on Saturday: the 90th anniversary of PhotoWisner, the 45th anniversary of the Record World Bazaar, and the 25th anniversary of Second-Angle Service. All three of these are regular races in the Steinweg pedestrian area. Many other retailers and retailers have come up with something special. For example, in front of the Neue Presse, a goal wall from 10 a.m. awaits the perfect shooters. NP Events & Products Manager Rene Glimbotzky, who is happy that something is finally happening in front of the editorial office and publisher’s door, reveals, “Kids can paint their faces too.” We see ourselves as an offer to families, so we have a program for kids.
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From 11 a.m., the stage will feature live music, dancing, children’s art shows, and passing entertainment. At 11 a.m., Melanie Anchor dances to hip-hop beats evoking groups from the dance room. From 11.30 am, the band “Grombira” will perform with Indian Space Rock on Oriental dance steps and their live program as a statement of diversity, creativity and humor. From 1:30 pm, it’s time to free the stage for the band Highway, which is known for its classic rock and blues pieces, Scottish-Irish songs, instrumentals, as well as elements from current musical influences. “Scottish” Deathleaf Puruker draws you to SteinVeg with the sounds of bagpipes, and as laundress Susie Peggy Hoffman tells you interesting and historical facts about Steinveg’s suburbs. Dancers from Ninis Transfabric will dance in front of the Optic Bush at 12 noon, followed by a square dance from the Club Castle-Twillers-Coburg EV at 1 p.m.
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