submitted by Susan Dritsas on 22.07.2015
submitted by KCA Admin on 20.06.2015
Dimitris Koutrafouris, one of the volunteer librarians, watching the play from entrance to the courtyard.
At the keyboard in the back, Chloe Kamberou, who composed the music for the three songs heard in the performance.
First ever performance of "Conference of the Animals" by Frini Drizou at the Kythera Municipal Library in Kontolianika.
Mary Kalligerou dedicating the performance of "Conference of the animlas" to the memory of Frini Drizou. Front row centre in a green skirt: Sofia Nezi.
submitted by KCA Admin on 15.06.2015
Poster for Frini Drizous' play "The Conference of the Animals", performed by the Kythera Municipal Library children's theatre group.
Designed by Michalis Petropoulos.
submitted by KCA Admin on 04.06.2015
The Municipal Library announces a summer season of film showings in the library courtyard.
submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 21.05.2015
with colleague, reviewing various finds at the end of the day - on the dig at Ayios Yeoryios, above Mitata, and near, Paliopoli.
submitted by KCA Admin on 05.05.2015
Dimitris Koutrafouris' entry in the exhibition “Olive, the blessed tree”
submitted by KCA Admin on 02.10.2018
Kalie Zervos' entry in exhibition “Olive, the blessed tree”
Michalis Protopsaltis' (Makras) commended entry in the exhibition “Olive, the blessed tree”
Michalis Koulieris: the winning entry in the exhibition “Olive, the blessed tree”.
submitted by George Righos on 04.05.2015
submitted by Hellenic War History on 22.04.2015
Open Seminar: Anzacs and the Salonika Campaign of 1915
NOTE: This lecture will take place at the Greek Centre
Location: Greek Centre, Level M, 168 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Date: Thursday, 23 April 2015, 7:00pm
Lecturer: Dr Maria Hill
Australia's preoccupation with Gallipoli has created a distorted narrative of the Great War and Australia's contribution to it.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 07.05.2015
House on the left ... long or short term rental, would be excellent for holiday accommodation or full time living for a local, can house 4 people .. minimum period 3 weeks ... the house is in the village of trifyllianika .. 5 minutes from the commercial village of potamo .. bank , shops etc. , and 10 minutes to agia pelagia for beaches and restaurants... the house has a good size bedroom, large lounge room , nice kitchen newly fitted shower and has been recently painted inside and out .. the house ...
submitted by KCA Admin on 06.04.2015
The watermills of Mylopotamos
submitted by John Black on 22.03.2015
submitted by Marianne Casimatis on 27.02.2015
Biography of Emanuel Casimatis
To view / download a version of this article in Greek, as a .pdf:
Emanuel Casimatis article.pdf
Born in Pitsinianika, Kythera in April 1919, Emanuel Casimatis was the tenth child of Gerasimos and Anizina Casimatis. He came from a big family of five brothers and six sisters, and the villagers would call the many kids ‘Gerasimakia’. There was a 28-year ...
submitted by KCA Admin on 20.02.2015
Tripelago - a new website for Kytherian culture
submitted by KCA Admin on 19.02.2015
The Kythera Municipal Library, in collaboration with the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, is to host two seminars on the subject of “Clothing and apparel in Ancient Greece”.
I am the editor of a family web-site : benardoutlite.com which collates the known history of the Benardout family from...
Interviewed by Joshua Kepreotis
Sitting in his office in Livadi, wearing his signature suit and tie, Manolis Cassimatis –...
Kythera: An Island Named Desire Film
written by Mario Romano October 14, 2020
There’s a lot going on in James...
This photo must have been taken in about 1930. My grandparents - Dimitri and Eleni Prineas (Haniotis) are in the...
About 5 minutes into the program Ada Margariti, who is an Attorney at Law, speaks about how she came to...
Interviewed during his visit to Australia, 2013.
August 17, 2010
103.2 HOPE - radio station
You’ve heard of PhDs in science, medicine and education but have you...
Brisbane kytherians at paliochora excursion ..exploring the wonderful site and seeing all the churches .. this one is called ' e...
Gorgeous Ruby! Ruby's father was Evangelo Megaloconomos born 7 September 1891, died 29 January 1983
Ruby was born 16 September...
10.10.2020 (Message Board)
I believe we are distant relatives ... Gavrelis is our americanized Greek family name from Kythera.
03.10.2020 (Message Board)
My Papou is Evriades Gavrelis from Logothetianika who came to America before WWI. Evriades and his cousin...
12.09.2020 (Message Board)
Not sure if I can help if she was born in Smyrna. Lots of Kytherians emigrated to...
My maternal grandparents were Greek . I believe they were born in Smyrna & emigrated to Egypt....