submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 11.02.2014
You are invited to come along and enjoy a superb meal including drinks to celebrate the Feast Day of Άγιος Χαράλαμπος (Ayios Haralambos).
Annual Karavitiko Symposium Luncheon
on Sunday 23rd February 2013
All Saints Church Hall
Cnr Isabel & Cecilia Street
Time: After Church service
11.30am - 4.30 pm
Cost: $60.00 adults, $40.00 Children ( under 12)
Early Bird Special $55.00 Adults , $25.00 Children
Bookings: Theo Poulos 91509069, 0409449927
George Poulos 93888320, Peter Poulos 0409666238
As has been the custom since 1967, the Symposium will be preceded by a ceremony in the Greek Orthodox Church. This year the venue will be held at Belmore, and again, we will celebrate the Feast Day of the patron saint of the village of Karavas, Kythera, Greece, Ayios Haralambos, with a traditional ceremony.
The fully adorned icon of Ayios Haralambos will be paraded around the (interior of) the church at Belmore at 9:45 am.
We are hopeful that our special guest this year will be Kytherian Archeaologist Lita Gregory-Tzortopoulos, who will speak to the group about the Water Mills in and around Karavas, and the crusade to open up again the monopati from Keramari Spring to Portorkalia Spring (and beyond).
Address for all payments and correspondence:
42 Eastern Avenue,
Dover Heights, NSW 2030.
You can also pay by Credit Card - either by posting the 2014 Brochure, or by email.
Download the 2014 Brochure here:
2014 Karavitiko flyer pp1-2.pdf
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