Aktivities in the centers

Top models in Kassel

On 24 and 25 September 2010, City-Point Kassel played host to the fashion event of the year. Over the two days, the fashion highlights from the autumn/winter collections of well-known brands were presented under the slogan “Shopping at City-Point“. Besides musical entertainment, visitors were also treated to another rather special event: the final of Kassel’s casting competition Top Model 2010, which saw a high-profile jury (including Monica Ivancan and Jorge Gonzales) crown the two winners on the catwalk in the middle of the centre. Their prize was a professional photoshoot.

Legends of the road on display in Hamburg

From 16-28 August 2010, fathers and sons in particular visiting the Phoenix-Center in Hamburg were thrilled to discover the Mercedes-Benz Classic exhibition “A journey through innovation” as a guest in the mall, with all manner of valuable classics on display. From its invention by Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler in 1886 through to the present day, the automobile has seen radical innovations in every decade in the areas of safety, comfort, design, the environment and drive technology. Among the vehicles to admire from this journey through time were a Mercedes-Benz 260D (W 138) from 1939 (the world’s first series-produced diesel passenger car) and a 300 SL (W 198), built in 1955, a legend with its gull-wing doors.

VHS live in Hameln

From 19-28 August 2010, under the slogan “VHS Live – Fun included”, Volkshochschule (VHS) Hameln-Pyrmont (Hameln-Pyrmont Adult Education Centre) presented itself to the public in the Stadt-Galerie Hameln with a number of presentations and talks, hands-on activities, games and information stands. Eighty course leaders presented over 100 courses covering a wide variety of subjects, ranging from oriental dance to complementary healthcare. In a “glass classroom” in the centre of the mall, 15-minute crash courses gave visitors a taste of the diverse range of courses on offer.

Horror in Hamm

From 24-26 September 2010 the Allee-Center Hamm participated in the “RUHR.2010 – Kulturhauptstadt Europas“ (European Capital of Culture) project with a very special show: a covered parking deck was transformed into a stage for the cult musical “The Little Shop of Horrors”. Around 60 people and a fivepiece live band put on the impressive musical for an audience of more than 1,600. An unforgettable experience both for visitors and for the centre management team, which put a lot of effort into organising the event together with Hamm Music School.

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