1947 – Formation of the Community organization the Macedonian Society “Alexander the Great”
1958 – Incorporation of the Community organization as the Macedonian Community of SA Inc.
1967 – Completion & opening of the Macedonian Community Hall, Findon, SA
1969 – Establishment of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, Findon, SA
1974 – Resolution adopted to change name to the Macedonian Orthodox Community of Adelaide & South Australia Inc.
1984 – Completion & Opening of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, “St. Naum of Ohrid”, Findon, SA
1986 – “Macedonian Cultural Week”, a registered part of the SA Sesquicentenary Celebration
1988 – Completion & Opening of the Macedonian Cultural Centre, Findon, SA
1988 – Macedonian Celebrations of Australia’s Bi-centenary
1990 – MCASA, via its Human Rights Committee, hosts at the Community Centre the first “National Congress on Macedonian Human Rights”, at which are present delegates from Committees from Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and South Australia. Delegates at the Congress approve the formation of the new federal body, the Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee Inc.
1991 – MCASA hosts at the Community Centre the “Third Australian-Macedonian National Conference”, following similar and successful conferences held in Melbourne (1989 – Australian Macedonian Progressive Society) and Perth (1990 – Macedonian Community of Western Australia Inc.), at which are present individuals and delegates of Macedonian organizations, from across Australia, as well as from New Zealand and Macedonia. Numerous papers are delivered and discussions held on various themes relevant to the lives of Australian Macedonians.
1997 – 50th Anniversary Celebration at the Wonderland Ballroom, Unley, SA
– Resolution for name change as the Macedonian Community of Adelaide & South Australia Inc.
1997 – Macedonian Community Media (Radio & TV) Program team, on behalf of MCASA launches locally produced Macedonian Community TV program "Macedonian Horizon 21" broadcasting on Community TV Station ACE-TV Channel 31, the fore-runner of the current Community TV Station in Adelaide, Channel 44.
2006 – 20th Anniversary Celebration of "Macedonian Cultural Week", Hyatt Regency, Adelaide City, SA
2016 – MCASA hosts at the Community Centre the meetings of two federal Macedonian bodies, the Association of Macedonian Communities in Australia Inc. (AMCA) and the association of Community organizations with orthodox churches who are members of the newly-established Macedonian Orthodox Diocese of Australia – Sydney (MODAS).
2017 – 70th Anniversary Celebration at the Community Hall, Findon.
2019 - 50th Anniversary Celebration “Macedonian Orthodox Church ‘St Naum of Ohrid’”, Findon, SA
2021 - "Cultured" Festival, held in the Macedonian Community Hall, supported by the SA government, and featuring traditional dance and cultural performances by eight (8) ensembles from different multicultural and ethnic communities.
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