Greek Orthodox Community of SA youth enjoy Easter craft workshop


The Greek Orthodox Community of SA (GOCSA) youth took part in an Orthodox Easter workshop on Sunday, April 21 at Olympic Hall.

The workshop provided children 7 years old and under with the opportunity to unleash their creativity, decorating ‘lambathes’ and enjoy a range of other craft activities offered on the day.

From 10.30am-12.30pm, light refreshments were also available for purchase at the bar for all those in attendance.

The GOCSA community thanked everyone who joined in via Facebook, encouraging more families to join in and even submit photos for the chance for their child to feature in the next edition of the “Community Pulse”.




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