Cretan Association of Sydney and NSW holds kefi-filled Taverna Night


On Saturday, 13 January, the Cretan Association of Sydney and NSW came together to host a Taverna Night.

Taking place at Panagia Soumela Hall, at Hurlstone Park, the sold out event featured many families and members of the association, as well as representitives from Kalymnian and Pontian associations.

The night was filled with the Cretans junior, intermediate and senior dancing performing groups who welcomes everyone in attendance to come on the dance floor and join in. 

Plenty of kefi was seen throughout the event, with musicians performing including Miltiades Varouhakis and Mario Makridakis from Crete, and Alexander Mountakis from Sydney.

As well as lots of dancing and great entertainment, the Taverna Night also featured delicious food which was catered by the Greek Generation Gourmet Group.

The Cretan Association of Sydney and NSW thanked the community for their support in a Facebook post.

“We would like to thank everyone that attended to make it such a fantastic night,” the post read.




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