Meet the student robotics team from Sparta at a Sydney taverna night


Sydney’s Laconian community has the chance to meet a high school robotics team from Sparta on Saturday, July 1 at a taverna night at the Greek Community Club in Lakemba.

The robotics team is representing Greece at the Asia Pacific Open Championship 2023 for the FIRST LEGO League Challenge being held at Macquarie University in Sydney from June 30 to July 2. 

Their arrival in Sydney, Australia comes after the Laconian Federation (NSW) held an event on June 3 which raised $15,000 to help make the team’s dream of competing in the championship a reality.

Saturday night’s taverna night is being organised by the Pan-Laconian Association NSW “The Spartans” and is a chance to meet the team and wish them well in their future endeavours.

Food, live music and good company will create as always, a unique atmosphere for the night.

Event details:

  • When: Saturday, July 1 from 7pm until 12pm.
  • Where: The Greek Community Club at 206-210 Lakemba St, Lakemba, NSW, 2195.
  • Tickets: Adults: $55, Children 5 – 12: $15, Children under 5: no charge. Drinks can be purchased separately at bar prices.
  • For bookings, contact: Mary Skalkos 0410 258 308 / George Theodorakakos 0433 878 632 / Theodoros Bilias  0478 310 514 /  Nikos Kapernaros 0414 443 908.




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