YOUNG PEOPLE
GETTING INVOLVED

ANZAC Day Antibes is not only a commemoration of the past but a celebration of our future.

We actively encourage the participation of children, young adults or whole families from the local expatriate community.

The ANZAC ANTIBES Association organises 2 bilingual ceremonies each year;

the Dawn Ceremony at 5:30am and the Main Ceremony at 10:00am.

 

We actively encourage young people to get involved by making a short speech in either English or French or both. Often we will have siblings giving a speech together, one in English and the other doing the French translation. In the past there have been poetry recitals in Maori.

 

Often families who live overseas feel a strong need to connect with their country of origin and ANZAC Day provides the perfect opportunity. If you would like your child to get involved in future ceremonies please don't hesitate to contact us.

For ANZAC Day in Antibes 2021, Sienna Toth made a moving speech about her Australian family's military history. Sienna is 8 years old and was born in the South of France. Her Mum is a proud Australian and an active member of the English-speaking community in Antibes and her Dad is French.

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Xavier Paul
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