American Philhellenes Society

Events

Upcoming Events.

Tuesday Event Events

2012/04/07
2012/04/07
Passed Event

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

Greek Journey Flyer 1Greek Journey Flyer 2Display Table for American Phlhellenes

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Mr. Moses Konstantinis, Special Advisor to the Hellenic Post System (ELTA), will speak on the Hellenic and American postage stamps which have been issued over the years documenting the history and relationship between the two nations and the history of Greek coins (nomismata) and paper money (hartonomismata) dating back to the Revolution of 1821 and to the present day. The program will begin at 6pm at the Niles Public Library, 6960 Oakton Street (at Waukegan Road), Niles, Illinois. Parking is available at the Fifth Third Bank, which is located on Oakton just west of Waukegan Road, or at the west lot of Culver School across from the Library.

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Our next scheduled event will be on May 11, 2012 with the support of the General Consulate of Greece in Chicago and the Angelina Pedroso Center for Diversity and Intercultural Affairs of Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, Illinois. The program will begin at 6pm in the Auditorium of Northeastern Illinois University, 5500 N. St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Complimentary parking will be available in Lots D and F on the west side of the campus (enter from Bryn Mawr Avenue). The Auditorium is in Building E.

Our speaker for the evening, Mrs. Photini Tomai-Constantopoulou will speak on American Philhellenism during the years 1810-1840 and the relationship that followed between the United States and Greece to the present day. Mrs. Tomai-Constatopoulou, Minister in the Service of Diplomatic and Historical Archives of Greece, is the author of The American People's Support to the Greek War of Independence 1821.

Past Events:

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Mr. Moses Konstantinis, Special Advisor to the Hellenic Post System (ELTA), will speak on the Hellenic and American postage stamps which have been issued over the years documenting the history and relationship between the two nations and the history of Greek coins (nomismata) and paper money (hartonomismata) dating back to the Revolution of 1821 and to the present day. The program will begin at 6pm at the Niles Public Library, 6960 Oakton Street (at Waukegan Road), Niles, Illinois. Parking is available at the Fifth Third Bank, which is located on Oakton just west of Waukegan Road, or at the west lot of Culver School across from the Library.

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Our next scheduled event will be on May 11, 2012 with the support of the General Consulate of Greece in Chicago and the Angelina Pedroso Center for Diversity and Intercultural Affairs of Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, Illinois. The program will begin at 6pm in the Auditorium of Northeastern Illinois University, 5500 N. St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Complimentary parking will be available in Lots D and F on the west side of the campus (enter from Bryn Mawr Avenue). The Auditorium is in Building E.

Our speaker for the evening, Mrs. Photini Tomai-Constantopoulou will speak on American Philhellenism during the years 1810-1840 and the relationship that followed between the United States and Greece to the present day. Mrs. Tomai-Constatopoulou, Minister in the Service of Diplomatic and Historical Archives of Greece, is the author of The American People's Support to the Greek War of Independence 1821.

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For further information, please call 847-674-1773 or e-mail [email protected].

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