The banks of the Canal Saint Denis in Aubervilliers, designed and named Quai Josette and Maurice Audin, will be inaugurated on July 6, 2019 during a festive day, free and open to all!
Great news for the inhabitants of Aubervilliers and the surrounding area: banks of the Canal Saint-Denis, managed by Plaine Commune Développement on the occasion of Olympic Games Paris 2024, will be inaugurated on July 6, 2019!
Dubbed Quai Josette and Maurice Audin, this new place of relaxation, from walk and of Hobbies extends over 1.4 hectare, between the bridge of Stains and the basin of Villette, with a pretty bike path to connect the two.
The project has made it possible to reintroduce on a wasteland and mineral biodiversity, green spaces and ecological corridors : existing black poplars have been preserved and eventually 110 trees and shrubs will be planted (2/3 are already planted), adding to the 480 already installed specimens.
In the near future, a lock house will be transformed into cultural place. The banks will also welcome 300 m² of shared gardens and orchards, a playground for children (memo, music, motor skills, foggers), a fitness area with cardio and weight training equipment and a lawn with ping-pong and picnic tables.
The inauguration day of July 6 promises to be the most festive with a picnic, a tavern and even a light show on the program.
Detailed program :
- From 11h to 19h – Many activities offered by the city of Aubervilliers, on the lawn between the shopping center and the Millennium Dock: climbing, boxing, trampoline, badminton, basketball, petanque, mini football, art and cooking workshops.
- From 2.30 pm to 6 pm – The Axolotl barge offers entertainment tours for the whole family, on the theme of renewable energies. Free show, departures every 30 minutes (duration 40 min). Listings on exploreparis.com
- From 4 pm – The Thabor houseboat – Urban Boat Proposes "Fresh Water Music" with Doki Doki and screening of the documentary "My incredible 93"
- 17:00 – Home of the inhabitants in music
- 5:15 pm – unveiling of the plaque and speeches
- 5:45 pm – pot of friendship
- 19:00 – participatory picnic and guinguette
- 10:00 p.m. – light show by Méliadès company
- Continuously – Theatrical and choreographic interventions by Méliadès
We'll see each other there ?
Last modification on July 5, 2019
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