In typical clothing: Posters like this one get you in the mood for "Gröbenzell is colorful". © Photo: Latinovic
Gröbenzell - The successful format "Gröbenzell is colorful" goes into the next round. On 17 June, the town hall square will once again be bustling with activity.
Between 14:30 p.m. and 22:30 p.m., visitors can look forward to the popular street festival – including an intercultural program on the associated stage. Food stalls with delicacies from all over the world complete the program. All citizens are invited to come, ideally dressed in colorful or traditional costumes, admission is free.
Diverse, multicultural program
The supporting programme is designed by Gröbenzell citizens with and without a migration background - this is how intercultural flair and cultural diversity are brought into the village. The municipal facilities are also on site. For example, the municipal library is planning to make paper, and there will also be games from all over the world. JBS Impuls is on the road when it comes to sustainability and makes purses out of Tetrapaks. The Asylum Helpers' Circle organises big games for young and old, and there is a "Café International" in the conservatory of the Ecumenical Social Service, which is organised together with Gröbenzell Hilft. A colourful and varied programme will take place on the big stage, including a recorder orchestra, samba groups (Bateria Z and Sambavaria) and a big band (Jiri Mares). If you need a break from all the hustle and bustle, you can take a break in the "Gast-Raum-Kirche". Quiet music awaits there, there are thoughtful and creative things to discover.
This time with a poster campaign
Since May, posters have been hanging throughout the town centre to get people in the mood for the event. The extraordinary pictures show people dressed in worldwide traditional costumes and outfits typical of the country.
"We have so many beautiful pictures from the last "Gröbenzell is colorful" years. We want to share this with the citizens through the campaign," enthuses Stefanie Vogel from the Social Affairs Department of the Gröbenzell municipal administration. The photos were taken by the Gröbenzell photographer Vuk Latinovic, who took the pictures on behalf of the municipality and is now making them available for the campaign.
Info on QR-Coodes
The posters were produced in A1 and A2 formats, they are adorned with large images and a QR code that leads to the municipality's homepage www.groebenzell.de. There you can find more information about the event. "Gröbenzell is colorful" is organized by the Department of Social Affairs in the Gröbenzell town hall together with local councillor Cordula Braun, consultant for intercultural cooperation. In case of bad weather, we will switch to 1 July.