Pan Arcadian Association of NSW hold taverna night to mark Greek National Day


The Pan Arcadian Association of New South Wales, in collaboration with the Dareon Brotherhood, held a successful taverna night with plenty of dance, food and kefi to celebrate Greek Independence Day.

The event was held on Saturday, March 30 at the Pan Arcadian Bowling Club in Ashbury, Sydney.

It was supported by the Hellenic Lyceum of Sydney, AHEPA Australia and the Philoptochos at St Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church in Randwick.

On the night, the Pan Arcadian President, George Santikos spoke about everyone’s shared heritage and welcomed all the guests.

The President of the Dareon Brotherhood, Chris Bekiaris presented a documentary on the 1821 Greek Revolution heroes and their struggles for independence. His speech was inspirational and from the heart.




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