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submitted by John Fardoulis on 15.03.2011
We've organised lots of talks in Sydney during March, April, May and June.
There are three archaeology presentations at Sydney University, one each month in March, April & May.
Two of these are free, but seats are limited - so book ear...
submitted by Peter Poulos on 10.03.2011
Kytherian Annual Camping Trip, Turon Gates NSW. 15th, 16th, 17th April 2011.
submitted by Peter Trearchis on 09.03.2011
I will be going to Kythera for a couple days in April and will be traveling from Monemvasia to Neapoli where we will taking a ferry to Diakofti.
Does anyone know the current ferry schedule from Neapoli to Diakofti for April?
The ferry ti...
submitted by John Fardoulis on 07.03.2011
Tickets are now on sale for one of the most important Kytherian events on the yearly calendar, the Nicholas Anthony Aroney Encouragement Awards & Dinner Dance.
It's a night to recognise youth, socialise and dance with other Kytherians.
submitted by Maria Hill (nee, Costadopoulos) on 07.03.2011
Join historian Dr Maria Hill, author of Diggers and Greeks: the Australian Campaigns in Greece and Crete, for a twelve-day tour of Crete for the official commemoration of 70th Anniversary of the Battles of Greece and Crete at a cost of $4, 950 includ...
submitted by John Fardoulis on 02.03.2011
We're holding an information night on March 30th at Sydney University regarding archaeological digs taking place in Kythera during July this year.
Learn about plans regarding excavations at three different archaeological sites in Kythera t...
submitted by Theo Megalokonomos on 02.03.2011
Any one with any information ,photo's, documents or anything that is related and is interesting regarding -reffering the life's of Theodoros "Kaponas " Megalokonomos from Agia Pelagia and this kaponaniko family -dynasty please will be very match apre...
It would be good to have a collection of them preserved on the Kythera -family.net site.
He was one of the most influencial Fillelines Germans artists that we know for the last 30-40 years who loved Kythera better than his homeland Germany...
I like to put a posting on the message board of the Kythera -family. net asking any one out there who has copies of Michael Stralek 's prints and his original pictures.
His works /paintings are really National Treasures for the Kythe...
submitted by AHEPA NSW on 01.03.2011
The English Edition of a book previously published in Greek.
Read more about My Four Homes
Sunday 6th March, 2011
The AHEPA CLUB
394 Princess Highway
Light refreshments will be s...
submitted by John Fardoulis on 17.02.2011
I've posted information here previously about how a path was reopened to Agios Kosmas at Paliokastro, with the first service held there in perhaps more than a century, at the end of July, 2010.
Here's two more videos that help share the ma...
submitted by Roxy Theatre, Bingara, NSW on 31.01.2011
Celebrations to officially launch the restored Peters & Co Cafe and the Museum of Greek Settlement in country NSW & Qld
9th & 10th April, 2011
Celebrations to officially launch the restored Peters & Co Cafe and the Museum of Greek Settlement in...
submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 15.01.2011
The Karavitiko Symposium
invites you to come along and enjoy a
superb luncheon to celebrate the feast day of Ayios Haralambos.
Download a colourful version of the Invitation, here:
2011 Karavitiko Invitation.pdf
On: Sunday 20th February 20...
submitted by George Magonezos on 07.01.2011
Young kytherian photograper interested in restoring old family photos,updating family albums,creating family albums.Helping to keep the tradition and heritage alive.
submitted by Julia Klironomos on 06.01.2011
have trying to find information on my husbands family. My husband is Stefanos Klironomoms, he came to the states 31 years ago. His father was George klironomos from Crete born in March 1930, his father was Stefanos Klironomos married to Despina Gonid...
submitted by Debra Sampson on 02.01.2011
Hi am coming back to Kythera with a friend in a wheelchair. Prefer Milopotamos but would like to hear of any house that is wheelchair friendly (We can make temporary ramps if needed). There will be five of us.
submitted by Pamela Sherman on 27.12.2010
Looking for any information on the Kalogridis family in Kythera. George Kalogridis moved to the US with his wife Mary (Maria) maiden name Frangiskaki? around 1900. Trying to find any relatives they left behind..Thank You!!
submitted by John Fardoulis on 27.12.2010
The Modern Greek Studies Association, Australia & New Zealand (MGSAANZ) recently held their 10th Biennial Conference, at Macquarie University. Either by chance or good management, Kytherians were prolific at the conference, representing nearly a quar...
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.
Would like to be in contact with the Georgopoulos family as I have original studio portrait of...
Sadly, my Papou(Joseph Stratigos) passed away back in 2010. I just happened to be searching...
Hi Tracy, Have some photos from Trifylis Cafe Coffs Harbour 1949. Just getting last of names to...
Hi Laura, thankyou for your message. Yes I’ve had my dna done on AncestryDNA, I’ve now got...
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...
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