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Website launched to celebrate Kala Pola’s silver jubilee


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In commemoration of the 25th anniversary this year of Kala Pola, The John Keells Foundation together with The George Keyt Foundation launched the official website for Kala Pola – Sri Lanka’s annual open air art fair. The website offers visitors an insight into the history of Kala Pola, the life of George Keyt and other exciting stories together with a rich gallery of images of Kala Pola over the years. Registration forms are also available for downloading. Here John Keells Holdings PLC Deputy Chairman Krishan Balendra (in blue tie) and George Keyt Foundation Chairman Michael Anthonisz (third from left) launch www.kalapola.lk in the presence of representatives  from both Foundations.


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