May Day: Workers’ Day organized by trade unions in the public gardens of Ravenna


Let’s build a Europe of peace, work and social justice together“. This is it password which will accompany this year May day celebration organized CGIL, CISL, UIL scheduled for next wednesday.

The regional festival will be held in Ravenna to Public gardens from viale Santi Baldini, which will open its doors in the morning with carnation distribution and reuse market. It will be held in the Gardens at the same time StreetFestival with street food. At 14 the stage will host i the Reverso and Mementos concerts. At 3:30 p.m it is expected intervention – on behalf of CGIL, CISL and UIL – from Massimo Zaniratoregional confederation secretary Ouch. Always inside the party, from 3 p.m opens it children’s area.

ON FaenzaThe first of May will be celebrated in Piazza del Popolo. at 9 one is planned distribution of sweets and drinks he was born in red carnation. There will be entertainment at the same time Duo-Chiari. At 10 oclock is expected Greeting aside administration and then intervenes on behalf of the three unions, Marco Giornelliunion functionary of Ouch from Ravenna

ON Lugoin Largo della Repubblica near Pavaglione, CGIL, CISL and UIL will organize the traditional carnation distribution.

ON RussiansCgil, Cisl and Uil together with retirement units and a social center Porta Novamake an appointment at 14 in Falcone-Borsellino Park in front of the Community Center. They are expected music and dance with the pair Daniela and Leonardo Vallicelli aa children’s workshop. Refreshments will also be available in the park. In case of bad weather, the event will take place inside the center.

ON Cerviain Viale Roma, is planned from 9 a.m. giving out carnations.

CGIL and SPI CGIL initiatives in the province

For the May Day celebrations, CGIL and Spi CGIL retirees organize numerous initiatives in almost all municipalities of the provincial territory. These are some of the planned events.

In Russi, in Piazza Dante, carnations and balloons will be distributed from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (and at 2:00 p.m. in Porta Nova). In Massa Lombarda, in Piazza Matteotti, there will be a distribution of carnations from 9:45 to the music of Martina and Stefano. At 10:30 there will be greetings from Mayor Daniele Bassi, William Signani from CIA Romagna and a speech by Manuela Trancossi, Secretary General of CGIL Ravenna. The ride starts at 14:45 with an estimated arrival at 16:00 in the Piave Park. Until May 5, it is possible to visit the exhibition “Work and the First of May” in the Sala del Carmine.

In Bagnara di Romagna, in Piazza Marconi, the “doughnuts” and the traditional distribution of carnations return from 7:30. In Voltana, carnations will be distributed in front of the Casa del Popolo, in via Fiumazzo, from 9 to 11.

In Porto Fuori in front of the PD club in via Staggi, red carnations will be distributed from 9 to 12. In San Bernardino and Belricetti, Tuesday, April 30, from 9 to 11 a.m., carnation distribution in front of the San Bernardino grocery store. On this occasion, students of the Marconi elementary school will hand over a drawing to those present.

For San Lorenzo and Ca’ di Lugo, the meeting point for the carnation distribution is from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in Piazza 8 Marzo in San Lorenzo. On this occasion, children from the Don Galassi Kindergarten in San Lorenzo will distribute their drawings. In Riolo Terme the distribution of carnations will take place in the morning in Corso Matteotti, while in Punta Marina the meeting is in front of the central bar on Via dei Navigatori from 8 am to 12 pm in Sant’Agata sul Santerno from 9 am to 11 am in front of the Spi CGIL headquarters in Piazza Umberto I .

In Conselice in Piazza Foresti from 9 to 11 distribution of carnations and balloons. In Lavezzola at 9:30 a.m. meeting at the Pasolina farm in via Gardizza with the departure of the procession of agricultural machinery and bicycles, arrival at 10:00 a.m. in Piazza Caduti. At 10:30 Sara Errani from the CGIL provincial confederation secretariat in Ravenna will speak.


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