AHEPA NSW Inc to celebrate Greek Independence Day with flag raising at Rockdale


AHEPA NSW Inc, in cooperation with Βayside Council, are celebrating Greek Independence Day this year with an event on Friday, March 17.

The celebration will start with a flag raising ceremony in the Forecourt of Bayside Council (behind Rockdale Town Hall on Bryant Street, Rockdale) from 6pm.

Past AHEPA NSW Inc event. Photo: Facebook.

The brief ceremony will be followed by an official program at AHEPA NSW Hall at 394-396 Princes’ Highway, Rockdale from 7pm.

The event will include performances by students of Earlwood Public School and the Hellenic Lyceum of Sydney Dancers.




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