Flavours of Greece: Elyros Celebrates 200 years of Greek Independence Pt 2

Food is the conduit for history and culture. Within Greek culture, food allows us to traverse time and place to connect with Hellenes both past and present. Paying homage to these concepts and asking the question ‘what does 200 years of Greek Independence mean to you?’ joi
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Flavours of Greece: Elyros Celebrates 200 years of Greek Independence Pt1

Food is the conduit for history and culture. Within Greek culture, food allows us to traverse time and place to connect with Hellenes both past and present. Paying homage to these concepts and asking the question ‘what does 200 years of Greek Independence mean to you?’ joi
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The Inaugural Grecian Ball 2022

 GRECIAN BALL RESCHEDULED  In a long year of events being rescheduled, the inaugural Grecian Ball which was scheduled for 30 October and was the culmination of festivities commemorating the Greek Revolution of 1821, has had to be postponed until 25 March, 2022.  Facing ongoing restric
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Greek History and Culture Seminars: Did the Greek Revolution of 1821 really happen? Myths, counter-myths and historical knowledge.

Presenter: Vrasidas Karalis Language of Presentation: English | R.M.L.G.*: 0 – No knowledge of Greek required. NOTE: This seminar was originally planned to be held at the Mezzanine Level but the University of Sydney has placed travel restrictions on its acedemics Synopsis The si
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The Greek Centre on YouTube

The Greek Community’s YouTube page is up and running with over 180 videos, including gems like this….(In 2018 Giannis Haroulis and his band – including the indomitable Pistiolis – agreed to jam with Melbourne’s muso’s at the Greek Centre on a Tuesda
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HOST YOUR NEXT FUNCTION AT THE GREEK CENTRE

From meeting spaces to live performances, The Greek Centre offers a number of spaces to suit your next arts, community or corporate function. Contact us now!
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