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Compatriots in Australia celebrate Christmas


23.12.2017

Edinenie newspaperRussian compatriots in Australia have started Christmas celebrations, Edinenie newspaper reports.

New Year's Kaleidoscope concert was conducted In the Harmony school. Before the music started the school management has presented graduates with diplomas for successful Russian language studies. All students took part in the concert that followed award ceremony.

Real Russian Father Frost dressed in fur coat and felt boots came with his grand daughter Snegurochka. Everybody was touched by this beautiful and memorable performance and gifts. It was really traditional New Year's eve.

Christmas dinner for Russian Charity Society took place in Sergiev Posad of Sydney. Father Frost welcomed the guests.

The celebration started with the welcoming speech of the head of RCO Tatiana Fedoseeva. She thanked the participants for a great job and wished them success in the New Year.

After official part was finished a concert with participation of violinist Nikolay Dumin started, followed by a dance party.

At the end of the party guests could make a picture together with the Father Frost. Despite +40 degrees the New Year celebration was great.

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