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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A DIALOGICAL READING: Dinonysios Solomos – The Free Besieged (Οι Ελεύθεροι Πολιορκισμένοι)

Entry: $10, drinks and finger food will be offered, BOOK NOW, SEATING IS LIMITED – https://www.trybooking.com/BQLJO Read By: Tina Giannoukos & Vrasidas Karalis (διαβάζουν η Τίνα Γιαννούκου και ο Βρασίδας Καραλής) Abstract: Philosophical poem or romantic fable? Fragmented man
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GREECE 21: Lonsdale Street Greek Music Festival

March 20+21 The Lonsdale Street Greek Music Festival is a live music festival the features some of Melbourne’s best Greek bands and musicians. Taking place in Lonsdale street’s Golden Square carpark this two-day event will also be home to Melbourne’s greatest Greek food trucks. Saturd
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Greece21: Greece’s 1821 as an International Event: its Impact on America presented by Prof Alexander Kitroeff

25 March Presenter: Prof Alexander Kitroeff Language of Presentation: English | R.M.L.G.*: 0 – No knowledge of Greek required. Synopsis The Greek Revolution of 1821 impacted the United States in many ways which this paper explores before offering an overall interpretation of the
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Greece 21: The Annunciation of Our Lady feast day

28 March The Church of the Holy Annunciation in East Melbourne is the oldest Orthodox Church in Victoria, completed in 1901 and the second oldest church in Australia. Following a devastating fire, the combined celebration will be both an opening of the restated church and a celebratio
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Greece21: Visions of freedom in the Greek World presented by Prof Paschalis Kitromilides

April 1 Paschalis M. Kitromilides, PhD Harvard University, is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Athens and member of the Academy of Athens. He has been Director of the Centre for Asia Minor Studies and of the Institute of Neohellenic Research at the National
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Greece21: The Forgotten city of Ancient Greece presented by Prof Paul Cartledge

Emeritus Professor Paul Cartledge will present an online lecture entitled The Forgotten City of Thebes, on Thursday 8th April 2021, 7.00pm, as a part of the Greek History and Culture Seminars offered by the Greek Community of Melbourne. Thebes – the one in ancient Greece (not to
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Greece21: 1821 Birth of a Nation State presented by Prof Thanos Veremis

April 15 Presenter: Prof Thanos Veremis Abstract: The Greek war of independence belongs to the same tradition as those of the American and the French revolutions. It was fought by Greek Christians against Ottoman Muslims. Furthermore, the Greek diaspora in Europe and Russia played a v
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