loosely based on Erich Kästner: "There is nothing good, unless you do it" ...
We are looking forward to helping hands to organize and clean up the book cell and hope for many more public actions with you in the neighborhood.
The Löbtau Advent has become a small tradition. Young and old once again have the opportunity to stroll through the district together.
On the first weekend of Advent on Saturday, December 2
In the morning there is a lot to discover in the Löbtop Stadtteilladen and the Artenreich nursery at the Neuer Annenfriedhof.
11:00 to 15:00 in the Artenreich nursery's show garden there will be stick bread and children's punch by the fire bowl. Colorful Christmas wreaths made from fresh greenery and dried flowers can also be made. Soup, tea and coffee can be enjoyed at the large fire bowl to warm you up. Depending on the weather, other small activities are planned.
From 10:00 a.m. - Mittlere Kesselsdorfer Straße
Bäckerei Müller - traditional stollen cutting - Robert-Koch-Apotheke - make your own ointments - Stadtteilladen Gohliser Str. 1 - Bastel- und Basarladen - Umsonstladen Emil-Überallstraße 6
From 3 pm there will be a colorful hustle and bustle at Schillingplatz.
The Advent parish and the local St. Antonius parish, the Welcome to Löbtau association and the Workers' Welfare Association will be providing children's punch, culinary delicacies from all over the world and handicrafts in the shelter of pavilions and between fire bowls. In addition, the gospel choir from the Frieden und Hoffnung church congregation will be providing Christmas cheer as part of this volunteer-organized festival from 4 pm.
From 5 p.m., the band Jacamara will delight us with rhythmic and lively percussion music.
The Löbtau Advent campaign will slowly come to an end at around 6 pm.
We cordially invite you and look forward to this time together.
Voluntary action - free of charge with donation recommendation
Here are some more impressions of Advent 2022 >>
In cooperation with Löbtop e.V. , initiatives and neighboring communities
Who will continue to help with the BücherZelle in the future?
Committed and open-minded people are needed to continue this open space in the district
There is always minor work to be done on the BücherZelle. From paint scratches, missing windows to fires. Nevertheless, we would like to continue with you and ask how we can maintain and further develop this exchange and meeting place together.
We are looking for people from the neighborhood who are willing to take on this challenge and help, be it with the care, maintenance and sorting of the books, with building & repairing, with actions and talking about what moves the neighborhood. We offer support and networking to open workshops and other spaces. Help with small and large events and support via Konglomerat e.V. and the Löbtop neighborhood association and other friends of Löbtauer Runde.
The aim should be an open platform for independent cultural contributions and open cooperation in the neighborhood.
Do you find this idea interesting? Do you want to develop this idea further? Or would you like to create something yourself around the corner?
Send us your idea or a point of accessibility in the neighborhood.
We will be happy to get in touch with you... More information will follow on the website or Telegram.
We look forward to a neighborly exchange
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A discarded telephone booth becomes a public exchange library
After two years of planning and development, the book cell has been located on Schillingplatz in Dresden-Löbtau since October 2017. We have chosen this place together with the city planning office, which has suggested the project as well as supported it financially and ideally.
The beautiful but somewhat inanimate square is to be upgraded. However, the BücherZelle is designed in such a way that it can also move to another public place in Dresden. We would like to try this out in Löbtau, initially for one year.
Many partners have accompanied us so far through all the difficulties - such as the planning and approval of the location or the construction and expansion. The pleasant part, namely opening, design and use, we would now like to share with the public, with all of you ...
The BücherZelle is to land on Schillingplatz, a square surrounded by Gründerzeit buildings with trees, benches and a waste collection point. The somewhat dormant place, is to be activated by the BücherZelle.
The Konglomerat e.V. has started to develop the project in cooperation with the city planning office Dresden and volunteers. Löbtau should be enriched with a BücherZelle, which is freely accessible to everyone. The plan is to set up a converted telephone booth, which can then hold about 100 books. A special bookshelf provides the space for this.
This can then be filled and emptied by everyone. The cell is open to the public, free of charge and accessible at any time of day. Donated books, journals, magazines... can be borrowed, returned, taken out, given away or kept free of charge. The principle of exchange and sharing prevails.
The long-term goal is also to create another book cell for Dresden. Maybe some know the exchange cell in front of the lecture hall center of the TU Dresden (also co-developed by Konglomerat e.V.), the book exchange cell in the Messe Dresden or the exchange store 'El Tauscho' in Dresden's Neustadt. The Löbtauer BücherZelle is transportable and can also wander.
As an innovation, this cell will also be intensively accompanied in terms of content and thus represents a curated exchange library. Don't worry - nothing will fly out, but maybe we'll always put something special in there! The expansion will be high-quality and robust. We'll check in regularly and clean it up sometimes, too. Thus, the quality of an exchange place should be increased.
Initially, the target groups are all Löbtau residents and residents in the immediate vicinity, but generally all lovers of bound books, magazines, the zine culture and other print products and analog media. Children, young people, adults, seniors - everyone can find something in a TauschZelle, hand it in or swap it.
Wer steckt hinter dem Projekt?
Viele Unterstützer haben bereits geholfen ...
Idee: Ricarda Häuser, Stadtplanungsamt Dresden, Abt. Stadterneuerung
Konzept, Planung, Baubegleitung: Jan Minack, Marc Schmidt
Träger: Konglomerat e.V.
Werkstatt & Lager: #Rosenwerk
Projektbetreuer: Mathias Flörke-Kempe, Stadtplanungsamt Dresden, Abt. Stadterneuerung
Berater: Fridolin Pflüger, Vorstandsmitglied Konglomerat e.V.
Lieferung Telefonzelle: Produktionsbüro Dresden
Metallbau: SWB - Seidel Werkzeugbau, Volker Seidel, Brand-Erbisdorf
Statik: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Nietzold, Dresden
Innenausbau: Ferdinand Kunath, Dresden
Elektrik & Beleuchtung: Johann Sendzik, Dresden
Beklebung: breitergestalten, Dresden
Transport: Radensleben Transporte, Dresden; Boehland Transporte, Dresden