All bars and restaurants will run all day long up to night
10.00 – 16.00
UISP children summer camps
16.00 – 19.00 – Pitches
Football tournament (preliminary and final stages)
10.00 – 19.00 – Pitches
Basket and volley tournaments
10.30-12.00 – BARaONDA
Warm up cared by UISP Gymnastic League
14.00 – 16.30 – Pitches
Women football tournament
14.00-20.00 – Pitches
11.00 – Sala fienile
Final conference of Uisp project “Diritti in campo” (rights on the pitch)
16.00-17.30 – BARaONDA
Body workshop “ABBRACCIAMONDO” (HugTheWorld), listen your body and the music you have inside and we will dance together, cared by UISP Gymnastic League.
After the workshop: performance by group ABBRACCIAMONDO di Vallecamonica and Sebino (Brescia).
18.00 – Piazza Antirazzista
Earthquake view from below: from Abruzzo to Emilia. What didn’t run? Management of power between destruction and rebuilding; citizens’ self-organisation ability; issue of permit of stay in areas hit by earthquake.
With: Andrea Covi – Uisp Modena president; Commettee 3e32 L’Aquila; Association “Mani Tese”; Cècile Kyenge Kashetu – spokeswoman for national network “Primo marzo”; Clelia Bartoli – author of the book “Razzisti per legge; l’Italia che discrimina” (Racists by law; Italy discriminating); Social centre Guernica from Modena; Stefano Vaccari – Assessor for Sport, Environment and Civil Protection of Modena Province; Donato Pivanti – General Secretary of Work chamber CGIL Modena.
Coordination of Vincenzo Manco – Presidente Regionale Uisp Emilia Romagna
20.00 – BARaONDA
All the evening table games will be at disposal – with the presence of UISP operators
20.00 – Rude boys and girls Bar
DJs set with: Bianca W.T., Tommy (sons of Trojan)
20.00 – Space in front of Concert Arena
Final matches of football tournament
20.30 – Concert Arena
21.30 – BARaONDA
Marakatimba percussion group
22.00 – Area Cinema
Projection of documentaries cared by D.E-R (Documentary authors of Emilia Romagna)
Ja Tarramutu: a travel inside city more mystified of Italy, by Paolo Pisanelli (89 min.).
The movie tells about the mystified and “media-observed” city of L’Aquila, which after the earthquake of April 6th 2009 passed from resignation to revolution through thousands transformations, intertwining stories of people, places, building sites, voices and laughter of “jackals”, business men who caused the Wheelbarrow Protest, when the earthquake was no more a media news. “Take back the city!”, shouted L’Aquila inhabitants and they organised to remove the rubbles, showing the willing to nor resign to silence, even if forced to live in the peripheries of a ghost town.
This is L’Aquila, voices after 3 years from earthquake, by Andrea Cardoni and Andrea Ranalli (23 min.)
“This is L’Aquila” is a collection of stories of who is living in a destroyed town, because of the earthquake of April 9th 2009, that destroyed L’Aquila. Spotlights turn off on the city, but L’Aquila people still exist. How they live now? How changes daily life of a town stopped three years ago?
International photographers network Shoot4Change and Anpas, National Association for public assistance, unite strengths to turn on the light again on the memory of that tragic event.
Narrating voice and face: Moni Ovadia
22.30 – Concert Arena
Followed by: DJ set Il Fienile Circus; DJ Rude