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Bridge Road Gathering (March 6, 2016)

Stroll down Bridge Road, nibble on a tasting plate from one of the many cafes, be entertained by roving musicians, or simply soak up the vibes of our amazing community.

Travel around the world without ever leaving the neighbourhood.
Locals and visitors are invited to take a leisurely stroll down Bridge Road Richmond, a diverse and multicultural precinct offering varied experiences in one location.
Discover the tastes of South America, Vietnam, Greece and others as you meet roving entertainers and listen to live music along the way. With over forty traders to choose from, and tasting plates from $5.00, come for an hour – or five!
And if all this walking makes you tired, simply jump on the free shuttle bus to get to your next stop.

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