Pan-Laconian Association of NSW “The Spartans” celebrate taverna night

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The Pan-Laconian Association of NSW “The Spartans” celebrated a highly successful taverna night at Zarax House in Enfield on Saturday, June 15.

The event, marked by a warm winter evening, welcomed members and friends to a pleasant atmosphere filled with delightful music and a delectable array of appetisers expertly crafted by renowned chef Aris.

The event, marked by a warm winter evening, welcomed members and friends to a pleasant atmosphere
The event, marked by a warm winter evening, welcomed members and friends to a pleasant atmosphere.
Pan-Laconian Association of NSW “The Spartans” celebrate taverna night.

Mary Skalkos, President of the association, extended a warm welcome to attendees, setting the tone for an evening filled with camaraderie and entertainment. The event featured lively dancing, with guests of all ages, from young to old, joining in the festivities. A DJ provided music that kept spirits high throughout the night.

Pan Laconian event.
Pan Laconian dancing.
Pan-Laconian Association of NSW "The Spartans" celebrate taverna night
Mary Skalkos, President of the association, extended a warm welcome to attendees
Mary Skalkos, President of the association (R), extended a warm welcome to attendees.

The highlight of the evening was undoubtedly the sight of young participants thoroughly enjoying themselves on the dance floor, adding to the vibrant and inclusive spirit of the occasion.

Reflecting on the success of the event, Ms Skalkos expressed her gratitude to all who attended and contributed to making the tavern night a memorable community gathering.

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