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18388: s

submitted by Sue Katsoulis on 23.12.2010

James, thank you so much for the web page. There are pictures of my husband's Mother and Father. I had put the web page in my faviorties, but my computer crashed and had to buy new one. Thought i had lost them Thank you again.


submitted by Sue Katsoulis on 22.12.2010

What happened to the pages of photos from the Fatseas collection of glass negatives. Did you identify all of them. I would like to see hem again, here.

18331: IT'S COMING! BINGARA WEEKEND 9-10 April 2011!

submitted by Peter (Panagiotis) Prineas on 13.12.2010

Recently the people of Bingara enjoyed a preview of the nearly complete Peters and Co 'Roxy' Cafe restoration. Photographs of the restoration works can be seen on this site at 'Photography Diaspora' in the 'Cafes, Shops and Cinemas' section. Bin...

18311: Early booking discount workshop painting and drawing on Kythira

submitted by Michiel Tan on 12.12.2010

Attention! Book the workshop 'Painting and drawing on Kythira' befóre the first of januari 2011 and you wil get a discount of 20%! Click fast on: Kind regards, Michiel Tan

18291: Outlining the Story of Sling Bullets Found in Antikythera

submitted by John Fardoulis on 04.12.2010

This video is an interview with archaeologist Aris Tsaravopoulos, providing an overview regarding "Sling Bullets" found in Antikythera, ammunition of ancient snipers.! A lot of...

18282: ***Book Launch of My Four Homes, by Jim Saltis***

submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 01.12.2010

My Four Homes, is a superb autobiography, detailing Jim's formative years, growing up in the Egyptian city of Alexandria from the 1930's to the 1950's. It provides many insights into how Kytherians and Greeks lived in this city, when the Greek mai...

18226: Diggers and Greeks. BOOK LAUNCH

submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 25.11.2010

Order of AHEPA NSW W Incorporated THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE OF NSW Extends an invitation to you to attend a lecture on – DIGGERS & GREEKS to be held at AHEPA Hall 394 Princes Highway, Rockdale on Sunday, 12th December, 2010...

18220: Archaeology Lecture was a Hit!

submitted by John Fardoulis on 24.11.2010

The latest in archaeology lectures, titled: Archaeological Research in Kythera, Past and Present was a hit. An excellent lecture was presented by popular archaeologists Professor Timothy E. Gregory and Dr. Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, filling the...

18219: Kythera: Myth, History & Reality

submitted by Kytherian Association Of Australia on 22.11.2010

A presentation by Professor George Leontsinis with Professor Athanansia Leontsini and Dr Eleni Leontsini Monday, 6 December 2010 at 6:45 pm Deck Bar, Rose Bay (RSL) Club 1 Vickery Avenue, Rose Bay. 2029 TEL 02 9371 9412 FAX 02 9371 780...

18211: Supporting the Children - Family Dance, Nov 20th, 2010

submitted by John Fardoulis on 20.11.2010

The Kytherian Association of Australia staged a family dance on Saturday, November 20th at the Westside Reception Lounge in Marrickville (Sydney). Children who learn Greek dancing on Friday nights put on an enjoyable performance and had great fun....

18210: I love Kythera...

submitted by Andrianna Athas-Fardoulis on 20.11.2010

Click Click.Click....Join the 'I LOVE KYTHERA'....Group...It's back..Indiana Jones has some great new information to share...!!!...pass it on know the saying.."the more the merrier" and what a great christmas present that...

18209: transport to crete

submitted by Steven Feld on 19.11.2010

Kalimera, I am looking to transport some things of mine from Kythira to Crete in February. Contact me if you can rent me a vehicle or can do the transporting yourself. sf

18201: FAMILY DANCE - Kytherian Association of Australia

submitted by Kytherian Association Of Australia on 18.11.2010

Date: Saturday 20th November 2010 Venue: Westside Reception Lounge 265 Illawarra Road, Marrickville Time: 7 pm Adults: $50 (Children (12 years & under $25) Please book early by calling Kathy Samios on 9349 1849 Our Greek Dancing Class...

18194: samios family

submitted by Christine Kelly on 18.11.2010

Further to the last email - the Samios family I'd like to contact live in Perth Australia. The milk bar was in Fremantle.

18186: George Samios

submitted by Christine Kelly on 15.11.2010

Keen to learn more about George Samios - Friend of my Mother who worked at the Samios milkbar during the war years. Can anyone help?

18185: Kytherians Excited About Rediscovering Parts of the Island’s Ancient Capital

submitted by John Fardoulis on 14.11.2010

A large number of Kytherian-Australians are keen to learn about their heritage and history of the island, evidenced by approximately 250 people attending the Community Backed Archaeology/Rediscovering Kythera’s Ancient Capital presentation held at Sy...

18184: Swimming in the waters of history

submitted by John Fardoulis on 14.11.2010

Back in August we took a trip across the Elafonisos Strait to visit the "World's Oldest Sunken Town", located at Pavlopetri. Our team of Kytherians and Philo-Kytherians was hosted by Dr Chrysanthi Gallou, the Pavlopetri co-director. Popular Kyther...

18128: The Genetic Eye Foundation proudly invites you

submitted by Kytherian Newsflash on 07.11.2010

to the launch of our fundraising eye health cookbook Feast Your Eyes Committee Room Australian Jockey Club Enter via Gate 1 Alison Road, Randwick Tuesday 30 November 6.30pm to 9.30pm $180.00 per person A signed copy of the book wi...

18113: Tuesday November 2nd 2010 Australian and Kytherian culture mark an iconic day

submitted by Andrianna Athas-Fardoulis on 02.11.2010

Australian and Kytherian culture mark an iconic day Melbourne cup features a day of fashion, champagne , races , bets and as nation stops behind the scenes are the women that worked hard to promote a celebrative gathering of which monies are rai...

18073: Lecture - Kytherian Archaeology, Past and Present

submitted by John Fardoulis on 19.10.2010

Popular archaeologists Prof. Timothy E. Gregory and Dr. Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory are in Sydney again and will be holding a lecture on November 24th at Sydney University about Kytherian Archaeology. They will be providing an overview regarding a...