Longest Zorba dance on Sunday
Being Greek Festival wants everyone in Sydney to join them in breaking the record for the longest Zorba dance
The Being Greek Festival in Sydney is asking all to help break the Guinness World Record for the longest Zorba dance on Sunday at Carss Park. In creating the world's largest Zorba, the event aims to build on Zorba's legacy to promote one of the classical, enduring values of Hellenism that has stood the test of time - Greek dance. And it is no coincidence that the event is being staged on 28 October, a Greek national day better known as OXI Day.
Anyone interested in supporting the event can email the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org or join their Facebook Fan Page at www.facebook.com/greekfestivalsydney Head Event Producer Billy Billiris may be contacted on (02) 9591 9084 or email@example.com
Being Greek Festival is on Sunday 28 October, from 12:00 pm till 8:00 pm at Carss Bush Park, Kogarah.
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