Meet and mingle at a joint event by the Kytherians and Castellorizians in Sydney


The Kytherian Association of Australia (KAA) and the Castellorizian Association of NSW are holding a joint networking event on Thursday, March 16 at Cherries at Mountbatten Hotel in Sydney, NSW from 6pm.

The Kytherians and Castellorizians are encouraging all youth over 25 years of age to attend the Sydney event to mix, meet and mingle with each other.

President of the KAA, Barbara Zantiotis, told The Greek Herald ahead of the night: “We are extending out reach to other organisations because we’re Greek at the end of the day.”

“It’s nice to extend our reach and we really want young ones over 25 years of age to have a nice time and meet new people,” Ms Zantiotis added.

The networking event begins from 6pm, Thursday, March 16 at Cherries at Mountbatten Hotel in Sydney, NSW. No bookings are required.




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