Mytilenian community comes together to celebrate annual Sardella Day in Sydney


On Sunday, 17 September, the Mytilenian Brotherhood of Sydney and New South Wales came together at the Mytilenian House in Sydney to celebrate Sardella Day.

Sardella Day is a traditional event that ties the sea and fisherman together and is organised annually by the Mytilenian Brotherhood of Sydney and NSW.

Held in the Sydney suburb of Canterbury, the family-friendly event was full of plenty of food including mezethes, BBQ sardelles, fried sardelles and oven-baked sardelles.

The Sardella Day celebrations showcased plenty of entertainment throughout the day, with live music by OPA OPA band, staring Ioannis Kelligianis, Thanasis Pylarinos and Sofiklis Christodoudoulidis.

The Mytilenian Brotherhood’s Dance Group also dressed up in traditional costumes and performed various Lesvian and North-Eastern Aegean/Asia Minor dances for all to enjoy.




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