Archive for Event Reviews

  • Estonian Opera, Musical Theatre, Folk Music and Zither Players

    Estonian Opera, Musical Theatre, Folk Music and Zither Players. Melbourne Estonian House, Sunday 18 January, 2pm Canberra, Tuesday 20 January Thirlmere Retirement Village Hall, Wednesday 21 January, 11am Sydney Estonian House, Friday 23 January, 6pm Brisbane Queen Street Mall, Sunday 25 January, 3pm...

  • Another Esto Pub Night – 10 Feb 2012 Adelaide Review

    Is there a Välis-eestlane anywhere in the world that has not heard about the extremes of weather conditions in that small Northern European country so dear to us all. Minus 25 and more, what has been happening? Those travelling to Australia or locally referred to as 'Värsked Eestlased' are certain...

  • The Australian Day with Acu Yoga class with Almer Jansu

    January 26 at 5 pm in Estonian House, Sydney !!!!!- meridian stretching - acupoints, massage and tapping technique - tibetan bowls and Venus GongBring some yogamat or beach towel with you! Fee / AUD 15 After yogaclass  its good to relax in the Estonian Caffe and meet some old and new friends! J...

  • ‘The OktooberEST Night’, Esto Pub Night 19 Review

    Adelaide has had a long break from Estonian activities in North Adelaide. Our winters are cold and days are short. The Southern Hemisphere winter has finally come to an end and as the Spring bulbs come into bloom, the friendly Estonians are starting to venture out of hibernation.Well this evenin...

  • ANNUAL BALTIC GAMES VOLLEYBALL AND BASKETBALL

    ANNUAL BALTIC GAMES VOLLEYBALL AND BASKETBALL The annual ・friendship games・ will be played on Saturday 17th Sept 2011, Starting from 10 am, at Bankstown Basketball Stadium, Third Ave, Condell ParkBaltic Games 2011...

  • Midsummer Day Perth – Review

    On 25 June 2011 ECrew organised Midsummer Day celebration on Karl and Sandra Karu’s big property. Weatherman had blown away all the nasty dark clouds from last night and showed us wonderful sunny weather. It stayed like this all evening, only few drops of rain at the end of the night – it woul...

  • Räägime Eesti Keelt – April 29th Adelaide

    Kas Sa Räägid?Too many years ago than I care to remember, we who were the Australian Estonian ‘youth’ of the time, would get together for little festivals called ‘Noorte Paevad’. On one such occasion in Melbourne the ‘catch phrase’ for the festival was ‘Kas sa nägid?’ (with emp...

  • Sõrve Suurpäev Review – A big day out

    Our summer is hardly a quiet season.  The birds, the cicadas, the clash of waves on baking yellow sands, the tinny tones of radios oozing into the urban air, the singing antics of the Barmy Army, the rev of car engines paused behind red lights, the hum of air conditioners ‒ all are sound ...

  • My Sõrve reflection

    I have been going to Sõrve for the last ten years and it is a no-brainer as to why I keep going back year after year. I fi rst went to camp when I was seven years old thinking it was going to be scary and hard trying to fi t in with people I had never met before. But I couldn’t be more ...

  • The Festival Esto Pub Night – review

    The twenty-third Australian Estonian festival was held from the 27th to the 31st of December. The template for this has remained fairly constant over the last 50 years but at this most recent festival a new evening was introduced which over the last 3 years has proved to be very successful for t...