Young kids get creative at the Hellenic Club of Canberra’s Easter workshops

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Young kids enjoyed fun activities at the Hellenic Club of Canberra’s Easter workshops, making lots of delicious treats.

Arts and crafts were also a key feature of the workshops held over the four days, encouraging kids to showcase their creative skills in true Easter fashion.

The ‘Hellenic Kids‘ Program was first launched back in 2019, since providing kids with the opportunity to have fun and join interactive, supervised sessions to learn about their Greek heritage and culture.

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