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Fathers Day lunch – Wollongong – Sat Sep 1

Wollongong Eesti Selts invites members and guest to attend Fathers Day lunch. When: Saturday, 1  September, 2012, at 1.00 pm Where: Club Germania – www.germanclub.net.au/ 636A Northcliffe Drive, KEMBLA GRANGE View Larger Map

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“The Highway Crossing” at Sydney Estonian House – Sunday, August 19th 3pm

“The Highway Crossing” at Sydney Estonian House – Sunday, August 19th 3pm! Don’t miss this last chance to see Jaan Tätte’s popular play “Ristumine Peateega” performed by HOBO Collective. Directed by Iain Sinclair, starring Iain Sinclair, Aimee Horne, Hendrik Elstein & Sam Haft. Tickets $25, pre-sales $20. Limited places available, please book your tickets in […]

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Arts & Music NSW

The Highway Crossing – Performed by Tamarama Rock Surfers, Sydney June 2012

The best Estonian play ever. Now in Sydney. Directed by Iain Sinclair. Starring Iain Sinclair, Aimee Horne, Hendrik Elstein, Sam Haft. Tickets available now at www.rocksurfers.org   Written by Jaan Tätte in 1997. Made into a movie by Arko Okk in 1999. Performed in Sydney in June 2012 Bondi Pavilion Theatre – Bondi Beach June […]

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Estonian Society of Sydney Christmas Party – Dec 10

  On Saturday, December 10th the Estonian Society of Sydney will host a Christmas get-together at 13.00 at Sydney Estonian House. Please RSVP and pay no later than December 2. Ticket Prices Lunch $ 30, (Members of the Society of $ 25) Children $ 10 (age 6-12) Under under 5 free Bank Details BSB: 062 […]

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Consular News NSW

Meet the Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Urmas Paet and with new Consul General, Ms Triinu Rajasalu – Sydney Nov 20

This Sunday, 20th of November, there will be unique opportunity in Eesti Maja to meet with Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Urmas Paet and with new Consul General, Ms Triinu Rajasalu. Doors open at 2 PM and Mr Paet will give a speech at 3PM. The licensed Bar in Eesti Maja offers drinks and […]

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NSW

RSL Estonian Sub-branch / Eesti Sõjaveteränide Liit

Address: 19 Fitzgerald Cres South Strathfield NSW 2136 Phone: 02 9642 4045 Website: veterans.eesti.org.au Contact: Leo Laanemaa – leolaanemaa@bigpond.com.au, Phone: 02 9642 4045 Description: Our organization focuses the welfare of our members. We meet the second Thursday of every month at the Estonian house in Sydney.

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NSW Organisations

Friends of Sõrve, the Estonian Children’s Camp / Sõrve Sobrad

Address: Sõrve Sobrad 0458 140 662 admin@sorve.org.au  Website: http://sorve.org.au/ Contact: PRESIDENT – Indrek Tults VICE PRESIDENT – Maie Pikkat REGISTRAR and CAMP LIAISON – Siiri Iismaa  SECRETARY – Kaili Lehtsalu TREASURER – Mai Bell MEDIA – Rolf Poole FUNDRAISING CO-ORDINATOR – Toni Lehtsalu LEADER LIAISON – Kati Koreneff ADULT LIAISON – Ingrid Koreneff Description Sõrve is […]

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NSW Organisations

Estonian Society of Sydney / Sydney Eesti Selts ‘Eesti Kodu Linda’

Description: The Objectives of the society are to aid people of Estonian background, primarily in NSW, in the maintenance and promotion of Estonian culture, language and customs acting as a charitable non-profit cultural organisation,  independent of religion and party-politics. Also to promote Estonian culture within the broader community of NSW. The Society co-ordinates the use […]

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Estonian Archives in Australia

Address: Estonian House 141 Campbell St Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia Website: archives.eesti.org.au Contact: Maie Barrow – archives@eesti.org.au Description: The Estonian Archives in Australia (EAA) was established by the Council of Estonian Societies in Australia on 5 January 1952. The EAA is one of the four Estonian Archives existing outside Estonia and holds an important […]

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Virmalised – Estonian Folk Dancers

“Virmalised” is an Estonian folk dance group in Sydney Estonian House, with its heritage dating back to 1934, and the name “Virmalised” being adopted in 1969. The group meets to learn traditional Estonian folk dances as well as learning “new” folk dances every Monday from 7.30pm to 9pm (except for school holidays and public holidays). […]