Pan-Macedonian Association of NSW to celebrate 40th Dimitria Festival with dinner dance

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The Pan-Macedonian Association of New South Wales will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Dimitria Festival with a dinner dance on Saturday, October 28.

The dinner dance will take place at the Hermes Lounge in Kogarah, Sydney, from 7pm, and all funds raised on the day will be donated to Saint George Hospital.

Tickets range in price from $100 for adults, $40 for children (aged 3 – 12 years) and infants for free. Ticket price includes a three-course meal with unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks.

For entertainment, The Aegean Quartet band will take to the stage for some live Greek music and people can also expect to see youth perform a number of traditional dances.

The dinner dance event has been held since 1983 and is just one of a number of activities which form part of the Dimitria Festival. The festival is most known for showcasing theatre, art, dance, music and culture.

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