Greek Women’s Society of S.A. O “Taxiarchis” Inc.     

Σύλλογος Ελληνίδων Κυριών και Δεσποινίδων Νότιας Αυστραλίας " Ο Ταξιάρχης"      


Welcome

Serving our Community since 1937

Welcome to the website of one of the oldest migrant women’s organizations in South Australia.

We hope that this website will provide a summary of our historic Society’s multidimensional work and its contribution to our society as well as information about our current activities.


Νews and Αnnouncements


2017


80th Anniversary Celebration


This year, marks the 80th anniversary of  the Greek Women’s Society of S.A. O “Taxiarchis” Inc. The Society was formerly inaugurated in 1937 just three years after the Greek Orthodox Community of SA’s own establishment. Since then the paths of these two historic organizations have run parallel until today. For 80 years the Greek Women’s Society has ...read more


Christmas Party Celebration for 80th Anniversary

The   Annual Christmas party for our members will be held this year  on  Wednesday the 29th of November 2017 the at the Goodwood Community Centre at 32 Rosa St.

 

This year we will also be celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the  organization which was established in 1937.

 

Members are invited to attend at 12 noon.

Please RSVP by the 19th of November so that we can arrange for the number of places for lunch.

 


Spring Getaway to Yankalilla and Normanville

Come and join us on our full day excursion to the historic town of Yankalilla and Normanville on the 10th of October.

 

Located 72 km south of Adelaide and 35 km west of Victor Harbour, Yankalilla is a small, attractive town which nestles into the surrounding hills. It is located on the main road from Adelaide to Cape Jervis


It is a town of considerable historic interest and is considered to be one of the more important centres on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula.

 

Yankalilla has retained its 'old village' atmosphere, with the pretty Bungala River flowing through the township. Take a walk along the tree-lined streets, admiring the rural architecture and cottage gardens 

Yankalilla is the site of one of the world's newest Marian Shrines – the Shrine of Our Lady of Yankalilla, which attracts pilgrims from around the world to see the image of the Madonna and child that has appeared on the rear wall of the Anglican Church. 

Yankalilla is also home to the first country Josephite school, opened by Saint Mary McKillop in 1867, which is now a private residence. A must-see while in Yankalilla is the town's historical museum, which is constantly being highly rated by visitors.

 

The cost per person is $ 35.00 and includes transportation (bus), morning tea, Lunch and sightseeing.  If you wish to take part you must book your seat.

 

Roula: 82723558, Georgette 83364595,  Helen 83563431       

Deadline for bookings:  5th October, 

 

Notice of Annual General Meeting 2017


 

The Greek Women’s Society of S.A. “Taxiarchis” Inc.    will conduct its Αnnual General Meeting on Sunday 23rd of July 2017

 

The AGM will be held at the  “Greek Women´s Centre” , Goodwood Centre , 32-34 Rosa St Goodwood 2 .30pm -  5.00 pm. 

Agenda for the meeting will be as follows:

  • reading and approval of minutes AGM 2016
  • Business arising from minutes
  • Correspondence
  • Financial Report
  • Elections of Returning Officers/Auxillary committee
  • General Business  


Greek Women´s Centre

email us at

info@greekwomenssocietysa.org

 

Greek Women´s Centre

32-34 Rosa St Goodwood, SA 5034

Hours:
Tues 9.30 am - 10.30 am (Exercise Class)
10.30 am - 12.00 noon (Coffee and Bingo)

Access:
Wheelchair access, Disability toilets, Disability parking