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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?

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Adelaide launch of Diggers and Greeks

submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 19.10.2010

The Australian Campaigns in Greece and Crete Join the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia Inc., and the Department of Modern Greek - Flinders University for this important book launch. To be launched by Mr Steve Georganas, MP Frid...

Brisbane Launch of Diggers & Greeks

submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 19.10.2010

The Australian Campaigns in Greece and Crete Hosted by the Cretan Association of Quensland, and to be launched by Hon. Anna Bligh MP, Premier of Queensland and the Minister for the Arts with guest speaker Professor Joy Damousi, University of...

Workshop painting and drawing

submitted by Michiel Tan on 17.10.2010

With proud I would like to announce the workshop painting and drawing I will give on the island of Kythira. For more information, see my webite on: (the pages are in Dutch, so please use the google translate on the index site to s...

Presentation - Rediscovering Kythera's Ancient Capital

submitted by John Fardoulis on 16.10.2010

Rediscovering Kythera’s Ancient Capital... Highlights from archaeological excavations in Kythera, July 2010 A talk explaining how members of the Kytherian-Australian community helped to organise a team who supported archaeological digs on Kyther...

Maria Hill, author of Diggers & Greeks

submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 15.10.2010

will talk about the book at the next meeting of the Society of Women Writers NSW Inc on Wednesday, November 10 Venue: Dixson Room, State Library of NSW, Macquarie Street Workshop (10 – 11.50) Dawn Bruce “Close Observation: Magic for all Gen...

art supplies on Kythira

submitted by Michiel Tan on 18.09.2010

Hi there, Does anybody know if there is a store for art supplies on Kythira or some place where they sell that. I know the supermarket kapsanis in Agia Pelagia sells a lot, but I could not remember if they are selling that... Kind regards, Michiel...

Need House/Apartment

submitted by Steven Feld on 17.09.2010

Kalimera, I am an American who is looking for a house or apartment,(even a "kamares") to rent for the whole year. Anywhere on the island is OK. PLease contact at :tomorrowsboy7@yahoo&#...

First Batch of Video Clips - Archaeological Dig - Paleokastro, July 2010

submitted by John Fardoulis on 02.09.2010

Hello, Below are links to some video clips I have posted on YouTube from the archaeological excavation at Paliokastro in July. There is lots more material, this is just a start. This project was generously supported by the Nicholas Anthony Arone...

submitted by Forum on 18.08.2010

Dear Friends, I hope this post finds you all really well! is a new forum connecting Greeks, professionals and students, all over the world containing topics related to jobs opportunities, lifestyle and studies abroad. Fee...

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submitted by Andreas Tzannes-Kastritis on 17.08.2010

My name is Andreas Tzannes-Kastritis can anybody give me information on my great grandfather Dimitri Kastritsis and my relatives Penelope friligou and Anthony Kastritsis. I am looking to come and live and work in Kythera permanently can anybody help...

Andreas Tzannes-Kastritis

submitted by Andreas Tzannes-Kastritis on 17.08.2010

My name is Andreas Tzannes-Kastritis. My great grandfather Dimitri Kastritsis was born on Kythera and lived there before coming to England many years ago. He passed away in 1962. I am 48 and live in England but would like to come and live permanently...

Re: Fardouly/Fardoulis family descendants???

submitted by Janette Martin on 07.08.2010

I am looking for any information or living family descendants of Harry or Craig Fardouly/Fardoulis families which has/had ties to the Lemnos-Polychrone/Polychronis families in Lismore, NSW. We are also looking for a person who may have information w...

Lemnos-Polychronis/Polychrone Family Tree

submitted by Janette Martin on 06.08.2010

My husband is the great-grandson of Peter & Helen (Lemnos) Polychronis. He's the grandson of Ena (Polychronis) Robertson. We are very interested in finding relatives and updating the family tree. We just discovered the wonderful stories shared on...

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submitted by Bradley Willis on 05.08.2010

Hi to all. My name is Brad and I live in Queensland, Australia. I am visiting the great islandof Kythera at the end of August 2010. My great gradfather was born in Frilingianika in1895. In Australia he went by the name Jack Theodore Andonara. As...