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Disco: Station 17-TanzBar in September, 2017

Station 17-TanzBar in Monkeys Music Club with DJ Zetzschmo

After the long summer vacations DJ Zetzschmo invites you to the Station 17-TanzBar. The next party will be on Thursday, the 7th of September, 2017 at Monkeys Music Club. Starting at 7:30 pm you can dance to well known Pop music. Located at Barnerstraße 16, 22765 Hamburg-Altona (Germany). Admission: 2 €

   

Station 17 in the studio

Station 17 are just at the studio of Watt'n Sound in the far north of Germany. They produce recordings for their new album, which will soon appear. You can see a new photo or video in process daily on fb.me/Station17.bandpage.

   

sieben: New T-shirts for children

Kids shirt with a motiv by Juan Gasparevic

The sieben has printed currently new great designs on kids shirts. These T-shirts are made from biocotton and in the fair production by Stanley/Stella. The illustrated motive is designed by Juan Gasparevic and available in the sizes for 3/4 and 5/6 years old. Take look in the store of sieben in Hamburg, Germany.

   

L.I.E.S.: roundabout

Side 76 in the magazine »L.I.E.S. - Lebenshilfe In Eigener Sache 2/2017« by Lebenshilfe München e.V.
Source: L.I.E.S. 2/2017 | Lebenshilfe München e.V.

A review on Heidi Fischer's book Kreiselverkehr is published in the current issue of L.I.E.S. Her autobiography is available in our barner 16 online-shop and in the retail shop of the siebenL.I.E.S. is a magazine by the Lebenshilfe of Munich (Germany).

   

Story Teller in the Confetti Café

Confetti in the head of the Story Teller

Every Tuesday afternoon the Konfetti-Café opens its doors in Hamburg-Altona (Germany). On the 8th of August, 2017 the Story Teller take a visit from 2 pm to 5 pm. The writers from the barner 16 read their own lyrics. Afterwards poems will be written  together by interested guests and the Story Teller. All are welcome: residents of the district, people of all generations, walkers, but above all people with dementia living at home and their families. The café is a part of the nationwide activation campaign Konfetti im Kopf, which uses the motivating strength of art, culture and meeting to raise the public awareness of the issue of dementia. The admission is free.

   

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