A party planned for Rochester on Saturday has plenty of fun for all.February 1, 2013 4:20am
Rochester’s Summer Party will occupy Gillies St from the shire hall to the water tower on Saturday from 5pm until late.
The party will include emergency services displays; the Criterion Hotel will have a street bar in front of the hotel; food stalls and a barbecue; two bands; and children’s entertainment.
The band Acoustic Republic will play from 5pm to 8pm and Local Content will play from 8pm to 11pm.
A photo booth will be set up outside the Criterion Hotel from 5pm to 9pm and BMX and skateboard experts will teach tricks at the skatepark.
Semi-professional skateboarder Jack Kirk has been secured to display his skills and BMX champion Adam Hugh, who has over 20 years’ experience in the field, will also demonstrate bike tricks.
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