Australian heroines in Greece to be honoured at Pontoxeniteas NSW afternoon tea


Pontoxeniteas NSW are celebrating International Women’s Day on Sunday, March 12 with an afternoon tea at the Pontian House in Undercliffe, Sydney.

During the event, which is free and open to the public, Pontoxeniteas NSW will honour the Australian Heroines in Greece 1915 – 1930 with a special presentation by Dr Panayiotis Diamadis and the Pontian youth.

On the day, guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy a special presentation in Pontian by Christina Ioannidou.




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