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Year 2010-2011

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Social Hour: 4:00PM
Dinner: 4:45PM
Lecture: 5:30PM

$30 per person
(fixed price menu)

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request to
or register
using PayPal

Choose Stuffed Peppers, Chicken, or fish when you register (look for the note on PayPal)
You can bring your
own wine to Clifton's.
No corkage fee.

Dinner - Lecture

By: Peter Z. Mantarakis

Peter is author of Tears of the People, which is Tears of the People, a book about the life of Theophilos Kairis, a Greek revolutionary from Andros who plotted to free Greece in 1821 from the 400-year oppression by the Ottomans. Theophilos Kairis was a priest but also a renowned educator, philosopher and a recipient of his country’s Medal of Honor. During the Greek War of Independence in the early 1800s, he was an inspirational hero to the freedom fighters and populace alike.

Mr. Mantarakis lives in Pasadena, California.
The art and writings of Peter Z. Mantarakis

Tears of the People on

Place: Clifton's Cafeteria
648 South Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90014

Parking: Across the street on the south-west corner of 7th and Broadway (over the KFC), entrance on:
214 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014

In the heart of Downtown LA Jewelry District

Clifton's Cafeteria is a Los Angles landmark and has been recently acquired by an new owner. They have kindly made available the RED ROOM on the the 3rd floor for our function.


June 9-12, 2011

Affiliate Organization Event
For Details:


November 13, 2010,
The performance will be followed by a Cheese & Wine Reception.


Affiliated Council Event

The American Hellenic Council is proud to present to the Los Angeles Community The Leonidas Loizides Theatrical Group A World-Class Live Theatrical Production of

"Oresteia" by Aeschylus

Downey Theater
8435 Firestone Boulevard
Downey, CA 90241-3843
The Hellenic University Clubs salutes this effort of the American Hellenic Council.

November 20, 2010.
Concert at 7:00PM,
Reception to follow.
of Classical Greek Music
Compositions by
Dimitris Mitropoulos & Yorgo Sicilianos

Pianist Charis Dimaras & Mezzo-soprano Lea Summers

Sponsored by
The Hellenic University Club
The Basil P. Caloyeras Center
for Modern Greek Studies

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of the famous Greek conductor and composer
Dimitris Mitropoulos
Murphy Recital Hall
Burns Fine Arts Center
Loyola Marymount University

December 9, 2010,


Greek Night
Music by Lambros

(Members and Friends Meet and Greet)
Hellenic University Club Informal Event

Lighthouse Deli in San Pedro
508 W 39th St
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 548-3354

On the web:
Lighthouse Deli

Lighthouse Deli Map

Tuesday May 24, 2011, 7:00 PM
Cedars Sinai Hospital Harvey Morse Auditorium*

Lecture on Thalassemia by Dr. Berdoukas
Free admission - All are welcome

Dr. Vasili Berdoukas, is an international expert on thalassemia and related disorders will present information on the condition,  how it is inherited and prevented. He graduated from the School of Medicine, University of Sydney in 1971.

Organized by the American Hellenic Council and the Near-Eastern AmericanMedical Society of Los Angeles in association with the Consulate General of Greece.

Thursday, May 26
5.00 pm
St. Alban's Episcopal Church
580 Hilgard Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90024


St. Alban’s Faith and Reason Series
Elder Pavlos, Hieromonk
of St. Catherine's Monastery, Sinai
“The Spiritual Tradition of Desert Monasticism
at St. Catherine's Monastery in the Sinai”
Co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for the Study of Religion and the UCLA Department of History

Elder Pavlos is the senior monk and elder ascetic  of Saint Catherine's Monastery at  Mount Sinai, Egypt, the oldest Christian  monastery in continuous existence. A 1972  graduate of the School of Theology of the  University of Athens, Elder Pavlos is a desert  ascetic himself with four decades of immersion  in the tradition of desert asceticism  that reaches back to the foundational period  of early Christianity.

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