Kytherian youth to be celebrated at annual Aroney Dinner Dance this weekend


The Kytherian Association of Australia’s (KAA) annual Aroney Dinner Dance will be held on Saturday, April 1 at the Hermes Lounge in the Sydney suburb of Kogarah from 7pm.

The event features an award ceremony which celebrates young Australians with Kytherian descent who succeeded in their Higher School Certificate examinations last year.

Thanks to a trust established by the late Kytherian benefactor, Nicholas Anthony Aroney, the KAA has been hosting the Aroney Dinner Dance for over 30 years.

The night is filled with dozens of youth dancing and celebrating their Kytherian heritage. The cost of the dance is $90 per person.

For all enquiries, please call Kathy Samios on 0410 491 849 or book your tickets here:




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