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HDNJ Celebrates its 46th Anniversary with its 2018 Annual Taverna Night! Join us for a night of great food, Greek and popular dance music by DJ Pegasus and a special performance by The Hellenic Dancers of NJ! The group is debuting several “new” traditional Greek folk dances to its 350+ dance repertoire like Perdikoula Imeriva from Florina, Macedonia, Ethianos Pidihtos from Ethia, Crete, and Syrtos from Tzia (Kea), in the Cyclades islands

Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Location: Kimisis Tis Theotokou GOC Cultural Center
20 Hillcrest Road, Holmdel, NJ
Time: doors open at 6:30

For reservations contact: Aphrodite Bucco: 732.576.1511; [email protected]rg
Advance tickets: $30 adults; $20 kids 12 & under 
At the door: $40 adults; $30 students (13 – 23); $20 kids 12 and under
To Place an Ad in the Electronic Journal:
    *The journal will be viewed on a big screen throughout the night and posted to our website and social media until Taverna Night 2019.
Tickets & Ads are payable via: cash, check or paypal (from the mobile app using our email address or )
All proceeds from the event will assist HDNJ in funding its mission of researching, preserving and performing traditional Greek folk dances. Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey is a registered 501(C) 3 nonprofit; Federal Tax ID: 22-232-5685; NJ Charities #: 1087600-03. 
All donations are tax deductible.
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