Hellenic Youth Club of Canberra to bring back Bouzouki Night

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The Hellenic Youth Club of Canberra are holding their 2022 Bouzouki Night on Saturday, September 17.

With doors opening at 6.30pm in The Hellenic Club of Canberra’s Olympus Room, attendees are in for a night filled with live Greek music by Kefi Band, entertainment by DJ Stavro, traditional flower throwing and a three-course meal.

Speaking with The Greek Herald, President of the Hellenic Youth Club of Canberra, Katherine Halikiotis, said: “Bouzouki Night will be our first major event since the COVID-19 shutdown.”

“We are beyond excited for what the night has in store for us and we cannot wait to see all 400 guests attending the evening,” Ms Halikiotis added.

“We would also like to extend a special thank you to all our official sponsors and donors who continue to show their support and have helped to make this event possible.”

For ticket details, contact hyc@hellenicclub.com.au

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