The Lemnian Community is holding a festive Christmas Family Day, on 5 December, to welcome back its members, after the prolonged lockdown they have endured due to the pandemic.

The Christmas Panigiri will last for four hours, from 12pm to 4pm, at the Lemnian club on 906 Springvale Rd Braeside, in Melbourne.

There are huge plans underway for the celebrations to be filled with music, dancing, delicious food, and lots of good vibes.
The festivities have been organised with the children in mind, with lots of fun activities planned such as pony rides, face painting, an animal farm and so much more.

It wouldn’t be Christmas without an appearance from Father Christmas, who is planning to arrive and share gifts to all the young children.

“We thought we should organise a catch-up with all our members to dance and have a good time together, and since Christmas is coming up, it seemed like a lovey opportunity. This will be a wonderful chance to meet again altogether after so long. Father Christmas will come to give presents to the children, as we plan to end this difficult year on a happy note,” Phillip Diamataris, the president of the Lemnian Community told Neos Kosmos.

A snapshot from the past, when Father Christmas visited once again the Christmas celebrations the Lemnian Community. Photo: Supplied

The Christmas Family Day is a fully vaccinated event and proof of vaccination will be required upon entry.

Entrance is $20 per person and it includes a meal. Entrance for children under 12 is free, as long as they are accompanied by a member.

To receive a gift from Father Christmas, please call Penny Angelidis at 0419363803 by 26 November.