“The design is inspired by Lefkada’s rich history, landscape and the Lefkadian- Victorian connection.
Representing the many myths Lefkada is related to is the ancient bust, crowned by Lefkada and Victoria.
The crown symbolises the importance of this connection, encompassed and united by the brotherhood, shown by the olive branch meaning peace and friendship. The background contrast of the white and blue hues represents the beautiful landscape Lefkada is known for – the white colour of the cape’s rocks against the mesmerising Ionian blue waters.”
The Annual Lefcadian Brotherhood picnic will take place at the Holy Church of Panagia Kamariani, 135 Arthur Seat Rd, Red Hill on Sunday 23 January 2022.
There will be a petting zoo and other games for children.
The Brotherhood is organising transport for those who prefer to be driven to Red Hill. The bus will be departing from the Brotherhood Hall (Lefkaditiko Spiti) at 8am and tickets are $20 with scheduled stops along the way.
For further information or to reserve a seat on the bus, contact Alexandra Daglas (president) by 15 January, on mobile: 0409 531 089 or a Committee member whose contact details can be found at this tab to book a seat.
The Brotherhood is pleased to announce our first function since lockdown restrictions have eased, our Annual Christmas Party for Children twelve and under.
We will be hosting Father Christmas for afternoon tea on Sunday, 19 December at 3 pm.
The event is free for Brotherhood members and their families.
To RSVP, please email Alexandra Daglas email@example.com or call Alexandra on M: 0409 531 089, no later than Tuesday, 14 December.
All attendees will be asked to comply with Covid-19 Government guidelines including signing in the attendee register or scanning the QR Code and providing proof of double vaccination. If you or your child are displaying Covid 19 symptoms, please stay home and get tested. RSVP is essential!
For your safety, we encourage you to wear facemasks where social distancing isn’t possible.