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Azienda Speciale Farmacie Comunali Riunite - Reggio Emilia

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In Reggio Emilia the spaces of Fondazione Palazzo Magnani welcome the project - promoted by Farmacie comunali riunite and Reggio Emilia città senza Barriere in collaboration with the Fondazione nazionale della Danza/Aterballetto and Ausl-Irccs of Reggio Emilia, in particular with the complex operating structures of Neurology, the Department of Neuromotor and Rehabilitation and Physical Rehabilitation and Territorial Medicine.  The experience involves the Parkinson’s Group of Reggio Emilia.  The tour in Reggio Emilia will be led by Giorgia Lolli, dancer, choreographer and teacher of the Dance Well method, and the Reggio Emilia contemporary dance company Mm Contemporary Dance Company directed by Michele Merola.
The Farmacie Comunali Riunite is a Special Company of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia whose origins are to be found in the civic passion of the city administrators at the beginning of the '900. The first Italian Municipal Pharmacy, opened to the public service in 1903, has been the core around which, over the years, has consolidated a strong experience in the pharmaceutical industry. The company’s constant tradition has always been to look beyond the boundaries of time, to understand and anticipate the evolution of the public pharmaceutical service, in the interest of the community, up to the last experiences of integration of the characteristic activity of the company with different service for the community.

When: every Wednesday at 10.30, from 18 October 2023 to 30 June 2024.
Where: Palazzo Magnani, Corso Garibaldi, 29
How to participate: free participation with compulsory registration subject to availability. Info and subscriptions to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. cell: +39 349 2269035

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