submitted by John Carras on 01.05.2007
The display was in the foyer of the Cyprus Club, Westend, Brisbane, Australia.
at the greatest of Kytherian-Brisbane events, which was held on Sunday the 15th April, 2007, from 11:30 - 5:00pm.
The venue was the Cyprus Club, also known as the
West End Club,
2 Vulture Street,
West End 4101
(07) 3844 7965
Fax(07) 3844 7757
The event was held for 3 reasons:
1. to mark the official Queensland launch of www.kythera-family.net
2. to mark the official Queensland launch of Katsehamos and the Great Idea
3. to forge a new and inviolable union between the Kytherian Association of Queensland Inc, and the Kytherian Association of Australia, (ostensibly the Kytherian Association of NSW).
The occasion became known as the Brisbane panayiri and mega-event.
Ultimately, demand for seats was so high, that the event had to be moved from Kapsali Restaurant to the Cyprus Club.
Attendance was c. 500
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