Festival at Sunshine
A festival of sunshine, with all things Greek has been organised by the Greek Cypriot Parent and Youth Club Western Suburbs of Melbourne Inc
A festival of sunshine, with all things Greek has been organised by the Greek Cypriot Parent and Youth Club Western Suburbs of Melbourne Inc.
The 22nd annual Greek Cultural Festival at Sunshine is a family friendly event.
The festival will encompass plenty of music, singing and dancing and traditional Greek Cypriot food including: souvlaki, sheftalia, kleftiko, koupes and various pastries.
In the evening, Greek dancing groups will perform in traditional costumes with a rock'n'roll floor show to follow.
Festival at Sunshine will be held at 206 Glengala Road, West Sunshine, on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 April from 4:00 pm on Saturday till midnight and midday on Sunday to 9:00 pm. Entry is free and everyone is welcome. For more information contact George Pavlides on 0408 584 866.
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