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Man charged following pursuit – Far North Coast

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'Control' by Pawel Kuczynski http://pawelkuczynski.com/ (Source Facebook).
‘Control’ by Pawel Kuczynski http://pawelkuczynski.com/ (Source Facebook).

Holy flying Pikachus Batman, PoGo has taken over City Hall…

Staff at NORPA in the downtown Pokemore, uh, I mean Lismore location of City Hall, have spotted community members and families on the Pokemon Go trail congregating nearby to visit the Pokestops located within the building and grounds.

In an effort to ease the Pokecold and avert the Pik-achoos, with people sitting outside on these winter nights, NORPA has hatched a clever plan to entice them into City Hall to Pokexplore the building and engage with humans of the, um, human variety and take a look inside the theatre.

‘We love to respond to our audience’s passions and as the city’s cultural hub we believe we should be inviting PoGo players in to City Hall to celebrate this social phenomenon,’ said a NORPA operative.

Lismore City Hall will be hosting a PokeParty tonight,  Friday July 29,  and have invited supportive local businesses to get involved.

NORPA will be supplying Pokelures, Pokeface painting and Pokemon movies on a continuous Pokeloop and Telstra is providing the Pokecharging stations, while Jackson’s Technical Services is supplying the free Pokewi-fi.

Pizza Capers are selling Pokepizza by the slice and there will be drinks and the treats Pokekiosk will be open. There will be indoor and outdoor Poketables set up and everyone is invited to join the Pokefun.

The best dressed Pokemon player will win two tickets to CIRCA, Il Ritorno.

The PokeParty begins at 6pm and finishes at 9pm (when all worn out Pikachildren should be in bed!)

 


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