Independence Day 2011



12.00 – 14.00 Custom offices start working. Passport check.

15.00 – 16.00 Children programme on the Uzhupis cafe terrace.

15.30 – 16.00 Tradicional spring launch of fishes to Vilnelė.

16.00 – 16.30 Opening of the Uzhupis Republic Constitution board in German language on Paupio lane.

16.30 – 18.00 Bicycle march around Uzhupis Republic.

18.00 –18.30  Uzhupis Republic citizens‘ and guests‘ procession from Uzhupis gymasium.

18.45 – 20.30 Stately planting of the Uzhupis flag and a concert on Angel‘s square.

19.00 – 19.30  Opening of the exhibition „KIC KIC KIC“ („PUSS PUSS“), dedicated to the article 13 of Uzhupis Constitution.

Uzhupis Art Incubator GALERA

19.00 – 21.00 Programme of German films in UAI

19.00 – 22.00 Concert in Uzhupis cafe-parliament / Jam Session

3 Responses to Independence Day 2011

  1. Prof. Lutfor Rahman

    Dear Ambassador of Digital Inclusion

    I am impressed finding your designation. It is good sign that the present world is approaching towards the digital world. I am from Bangladesh, a small country of South Asia. The present government particularly the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has taken an initiative to transform the traditional Bangladesh to digital Bangladesh.

    I am a university teacher (Professor of Computer Science and Engineering)and I have given the honor of Science Connect Country Ambassador. We have similarities in our activities. I will be happy to keep communication with you.

    Prof. Lutfor Rahman, Stamford University Bangladesh

  2. Thomas Chepaitis

    me, on my side, am happy that people meet through Uzhupis Republic Embassies. It is one of the goals of my activities.

    Also I send warm wishes to the country which I admired after the famous concert “Bangladesh” in 70-ties (George Harrison was the best for me then:)

    Thomas Ch.
    foreign minister of Uzhupis

  3. Greetings to my friend, the Foreign Minister Thomas, to all the people of Uzhupis and to my fellow ambassadors.

    As ambassador to the Place Park Bluebell Wood (in London, UK) I send good wishes to everyone celebrating this special event, on behalf of my fellow walkers in the woods and other friends and family who have heard my affectionate stories of the people and places in and around Uzhupis.

    Special thanks to also to Steve, for enabling us to join in the celebrations at a distance.


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