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21258:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Northern Daily Leader on 28.04.2013

Manilla celebrates iconic Greek cafe

Northern Daily Leader

March 31st 2013

Photograph: Sandy Thorne entertains the crowd with Paul Calokerinos.

THE main block of Manilla’s main street was closed to traffic yesterday as the town turned out to pay homage to the Canberra Cafe and the Calokerinos family.

Greek cafes are few and far between in the region now, but The Canberra Cafe and Paul Calokerinos and his family are continuing on the tradition and hospitality of these establishments ...

21256:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 28.04.2013

The itinerary of the Canberra Cafe panayiri

Photograph: The logo concept was devised by John Calokerinos in collaboration with local artist Marilyn Barnes and the cafe logo was designed by AM Printing Tamworth, The logo was used for the commemorative t-towel and t-shirts and also used on the brass plaque.

The logo is very attractive.

Overview

A special celebration will be held at the Canberra Cafe on Easter Sunday 31 March 2013 in the township of Manilla.

The program involves:

21255:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Manilla Express on 24.04.2013

Paul Kalokerinos honoured by the town of Manilla

A very enjoyable morning to celebrate Senior’s Week

Photo: Individual nominees (left to right) - Bev Wells, Daphne Tiberi, Paul Calakerinos, Dot Allwill, Norm Carter (winner), Jim Maxwell and Clr Helen Tickle.

This article was published on the front page of the Manilla Express. Download a .pdf copy of the front page and page 10 of the Manilla Express together here:

Manilla ...

21254:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Northern Daily Leader on 24.04.2013

Manilla Cafe celebrates a great Aussie tradition

Northern Daily Leader

February 18th, 2013

Download a .pdf of the article here:

Manilla Cafe celebrates a great Aussie tradition.pdf

A quiet Manilla Cafe, which for many provides a nostalgic escape to an era of hand cut chips, personalised service and double-malted milkshakes is about to celebrate a significant milestone.

The Canberra ...

21253:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Manilla Express on 24.04.2013

Big day for the Canberra Cafe. Manilla, north west, New South Wales

Photo from an article on the front page of the Manilla Express, Tuesday 26th March, 2013. Continued on page 10.

Photo: Helen, Paul, Kathy and John. Inset: is Mary who was away when the main photo was taken

Download a .pdf of the front page and page 10 of the Manilla Express together here:

Manilla Express article Front Page & page 10.pdf

This coming ...

21252:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Manilla Express on 24.04.2013

Big day for the Canberra Cafe. Manilla, northe west New South Wales

Articles on the front page of the Manilla Express, Tuesday 26th March, 2013. Continued on page 10.

Photo: Helen, Paul, Kathy and John. Inset: is Mary who was away when the main photo was taken

Download a .pdf of the front page and page 10 of the Manilla Express together here:

Manilla Express article Front Page & page 10.pdf

This coming Easter Sunday ...

21243:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 22.04.2013

Far from Kythera a Greek treasure is given new life

Author: Megan Johnston

Source: Sydney Morning Herald
Section: News and Features
Page: 12

MHDate: 03/11/2012

In 1936, three men from a Greek island took a gamble in country NSW and decided the little town of Bingara - population 1500 - needed a cinema complex.
Yet despite the new big screen, it was their revamped cafe that proved to be the drawcard.

In an era when pubs were a man's dominion and fast-food outlets were ...

21185:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

Milkshake maker, ice cream scoop and chocolate boxes

on display at the the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition.

21184:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

Sundae glasses, soft drink bottle. menus and serving dishes

on display at the the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition.

21183:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

Impressive display of crockery

on display at the the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition.

21182:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

A Bluebird Cafe chocolate tin on display at

the the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition.

There were a number of displays of artefacts for Greek cafes at the exhibition.

21181:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

An impressive array of colourful cafe signage

on display at he the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition.

Advertisments for buttered crumpets with honey, Ice Cream Sodfas, Strawberry Frappe, American Beauty, Crushed Lemon and Soda, and Peach Melba feature amongst the signs.

21180:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

The extra large cafe photograph, was a very impressive feature of

the the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition'.

George Poulos, Secretary of the Kytherian Association of Australia is standing in front of it.

21179:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

One of the attractive posters created for the the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition

In the photograph are Peter (Beneto) and Jack (Ioannis) Veneris at the Blue Bird Cafe, Lockhart NSW in 2002 Photo Effy Alexakis

Sponsors and supporters are acknowledged in the poster.

21178:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

Kalokerinos family photo on display at the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition

Each photograph was allowed viewers to enter into the life and times of numerous cafe and shop owners throughout the country.

Short but telling vignettes accompanied the photographs.

The display was very impressive.

In this case the vignette reads:

John,Viola and Vince Kalokerinos,
Curtin Milk Bar
Curtin Place, Canberra, ACT, 2002

Vince migrated to Australia in 1962 and worked in Greek ...

21177:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

Photo's on display at the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition

Each photograph was allowed viewers to enter into the life and times of numerous cafe and shop owners throughout the country.

Short but telling vignettes accompanied the photographs.

The display was very impressive.

21176:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

Lex Marinos - opening the exhibition

O Kosmos review:

The official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition was simply amazing.

Over 300 invited guests crowding into the Macquarie University Art Gallery's exhibition space. The gallery was so full that a video feed into the vestibule area of the building was organised to accommodate the overflow of people. The Master of Ceremony for the night was the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie, Professor John ...

21175:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 08.04.2013

Part of the large crowd that attended the opening of the Cafe exhibition

O Kosmos review:

The official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition was simply amazing.

Over 300 invited guests crowding into the Macquarie University Art Gallery's exhibition space. The gallery was so full that a video feed into the vestibule area of the building was organised to accommodate the overflow of people. The Master of Ceremony for the night was the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie, Professor John ...

21169:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 06.04.2013

At the official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition

Left to right: Leonard Janiszewski (historian/curator), Professor John Simons (Executive Dean of Arts, Macquarie University), George Souris (NSW Minister for the Arts), Vasileios Tolios (Greek Consul-General), Nia Karteris (Director ofthe Greek Festival of Sydney), Effy Alexakis (photographer/curator), Theodora Toumanidou-Tolios (Greek Vice-Consul).

The official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition was simply amazing.

Over 300 ...

21152:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by O Kosmos on 05.04.2013

Official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition

The official launch of the 'Selling an American Dream: Australia's Greek Cafe' exhibition was simply amazing.

Over 300 invited guests crowding into the Macquarie University Art Gallery's exhibition space. The gallery was so full that a video feed into the vestibule area of the building was organised to accommodate the overflow of people. The Master of Ceremony for the night was the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie, Professor John Simons, who commented early on ...