Oxi Day at St. Andrew’s Grammar

With Simon Millman, Georgia Karasiotou & Peter Katsambanis

2 November 2020

Final OXI Day Assembly Programme 2020
OXi Day – Wikipedia

Ohi Day – Wikipedia

Ohi Day or Oxi Day (Greek: Επέτειος του Όχι, Epéteios tou Óchi [eˈpetios tu ˈoçi]; “Anniversary of the No”) is celebrated throughout Greece, Cyprus and the Greek communities around the world on 28 October each year. Ohi Day commemorates the rejection by Greek dictator Ioannis Metaxas of the ultimatum made by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini on 28 October 1940, the Hellenic counterattack against the invading Italian forces at the mountains of Pindus during the Greco-Italian War, and the Greek Resistance during the Axis occupation.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohi_Day

Ohi Day Dance

School Principal Craig Monaghan

 

Georgia Karasiotou, Consulate of Greece
Basil Zempilas, Lord Mayor of Perth 

With St. Andrew’s Grammar School Principal, Craig Monaghan
With Graeme and Roy, the school’s first principal

 

Thanks to photographer Jess at The Pink Tank Creative for sharing her photos:

 

The Metropolitan Chrysostomos Award – The Washington OXI Day Foundation

The Metropolitan Chrysostomos Award – The Washington OXI Day Foundation

Many know that Greece created democracy, but few know that it also saved it… Until now. The Washington Oxi Day Foundation’s events and ongoing activities will resurrect the incredible Oxi Day story and assure it becomes part of the collective public memory.

Source: oxidayfoundation.org/annual-celebration/the-metropolitan-chrysostomos-award/

Ohi Day at St Andrews Grammar

 

Ohi Day or Oxi Day (Greek: Επέτειος του Όχι, Epéteios tou Óchi [eˈpetios tu ˈoçi]; “Anniversary of the No”) is celebrated throughout Greece, Cyprus and the Greek communities around the world on 28 October each year. Ohi Day commemorates the rejection by Greek dictator Ioannis Metaxas of the ultimatum made by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini on 28 October 1940, the Hellenic counterattack against the invading Italian forces at the mountains of Pindus during the Greco-Italian War, and the Greek Resistance during the Axis occupation.

 

Ohi Day – Wikipedia

Ohi Day – Wikipedia

Ohi Day or Oxi Day (Greek: Επέτειος του Όχι, Epéteios tou Óchi [eˈpetios tu ˈoçi]; “Anniversary of the No”) is celebrated throughout Greece, Cyprus and the Greek communities around the world on 28 October each year. Ohi Day commemorates the rejection by Greek dictator Ioannis Metaxas of the ultimatum made by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini on 28 October 1940, the Hellenic counterattack against the invading Italian forces at the mountains of Pindus during the Greco-Italian War, and the Greek Resistance during the Axis occupation.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohi_Day

Videos

Ohi Day Dance

Ohi Day Dance

St Andrew’s Grammar Dianella WA 29 Oct 2019

Source: youtu.be/FpA0GRvKh9Y

Ohi Day Dance

Ohi Day Dance

St Andrew’s Grammar Dance Group Dianella WA 29 October 2019

Source: youtu.be/PMLPKmo7x-s

Ohi Day Dance

Ohi Day Dance

St Andrew’s Grammar Dianella WA 29 Oct 2019

Source: youtu.be/bz2CNeZcKC8

 
With Simon Millman MLA Mount Lawley
With students & Fr Elpidios Karalis

Morning tea
With Vince Connelly, Federal MP for Stirling

 

Ohi Day Awards

Ohi Day Awards

St Andrew’s Grammar Dianella WA 29 Oct 2019

Dr Angela Evangelinou-Yiannakis

Source: youtu.be/bSwxuiUpBZ4