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Meet a Docklander

05 Dec 2017

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After a pop-up trial on Harbour Esplanade in May, the Sunday Streets community event was successfully delivered at Library at The Dock on November 26.

Sunday Streets was designed to bring together residents through fun and engaging family activities.

The event was unexpectedly moved from Merchant St to the library due to rainy weather but this did not dampen the 150 residents’ enthusiasm to meet more fellow Docklanders. The highlight of the November event included making colourful windsocks and decorating bikes.

“Neighbours had the opportunity to meet each other through activities such as kite-making by RMIT’s The Exchange, a cricket bowling challenge and a circus skills workshop featuring hula hooping, juggling and plate spinning,” a council spokesperson said. “The City of Melbourne is gathering feedback from the community about the event to understand how activities can bring neighbours together.”

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