As far as Centenary of Canberra proposals go, this one would have to be one of the wackiest.
Reader Asa Masterman, who describes himself as chairman of the Centenary Canberra-named Notables Lunch, has proposed a parade, reception and lunch where people whose first names and surnames are Canberra suburbs are celebrated celebrity-style.
Not only does he and his committee have a list of potential invitees, they even have a suggested route for a parade, and want the Chief Minister and other ministers to host the reception afterwards.
''It should be a centrepiece event for Canberra's centenary celebrations,'' Dr Masterman said.
''Those chosen for the lunch will be driven on a flatbed truck ... down Northbourne Avenue and then taken on a circuit of Civic where they will be applauded by a throng of lunchtime Canberrans. We envisage opportunities for photographs with the lunchers at the conclusion of the reception.''
Prospective invitees, Dr Masterman said, were film star Harrison Ford, Welsh singer Duffy, campaign adviser Bruce Hawker and adult film actress Paige Turner.
Others include Test cricketer Phillip Hughes, ABC journalist Russell Barton and retired English soccer goalkeeper Gordon Banks.
Dr Masterman said guests would be presented with diamond commemorative pins and specially made games of monopoly featuring Canberra streets and attractions.
While the ACT Government is yet to come on board, the committee was eager to hear from ''not-so-notable'' Canberrans with first and last names of the territory's suburbs and hoped they could be involved. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be involved, or leave a comment below with your suggestions.