Dear members and friends of the Hellenic Community of Ireland,
We would like to inform you that the Deputy Foreign Minister of the Hellenic Republic, Mr Terence Quick, will meet with the students, parents and teachers of the Hellenic School on Saturday, March 24 at 12:00 at the Dublin school premises in Arbour Hill.
At 13.00, the minister will attend the light lunch organized by the Hellenic Community at the Collins Barracks Museum cafe and you are most welcomed.
He will be informed about issues that concern Greeks in Ireland such as their business and cultural activity.
We call on Greek entrepreneurs and artists who want to exhibit a sample of their work to be in the cafe at 12:30.
Αγαπητοί γονείς, κηδεμόνες, μέλη και φίλοι της Ελληνικής Κοινότητας Ιρλανδίας, Σάς καλούμε φέτος στην πρώτη εκδήλωση της Ελληνικής Κοινότητας για την 25η Μαρτίου που είναι αυτή του σχολείου μας και θα πραγματοποιηθεί την ερχόμενη Κυριακή 11/3/18 από τις 15:00-16:30 στην σχολική αίθουσα, 46 Arbour Hill, Dublin 7.
Για λόγους που είναι εντελώς εκτός δικού μας ελέγχου και ευθύνης, η σχολική γιορτή θα πραγματοποιηθεί φέτος τμηματικά στην μικρή και ζεστή σχολική μας αίθουσα αυτή την Κυριακή ξεκινώντας στις 15:00.
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A small gathering for all the Greeks in Ireland and their friends. All are welcome. Join us for a few drinks and socializing.
Where: Urban Brewing
This is the first business and crafts networking event organized by the Hellenic Community of Ireland, for Greeks, their friends and all Philhellenes. To exhibit and promote our work, network, meet and showcase our presence in Ireland.
The event will take place on Sunday 11June 2017 from 13:30 to 16:30,Silk Road Cafe in the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle and will be launched by
H.E. Ms Katia Georgiou, Ambassador of Greece to Ireland,
A big “thank you” from the Hellenic Community of Ireland to the two exceptional actors
Marios Iordánou and Sophia Kazantzián, who made us all participants in “…the life and the fluttering of a moment…”
A big “thank you”, which indeed is not sufficient, for the honour they did to our small Community, by allowing us to be the point of departure for the dedicatory voyage to our great poet, Yannis Rítsos.
We were moved by their interpretation, they entered our hearts and minds, they enchanted the souls of our children…
Our warmest thanks to: the Embassy of Greece in Ireland;
Professor Dr. Christine Morris of the Department of Classics in Trinity College;
who was our host; to Marjorie Chambers, an alumna of TCD, who has translated Rítsos’s work, and to the students
Andrew Beazley, Paul Corcoran and Ellen Finn, who read the poem in English. And finally to all the tireless volunteers, who dedicated endless hours towards the success of the presentation, and of course to the wonderful members of the audience who filled the Long Room Hub to capacity.
Our thanks to you all.
We have the honour to present in Dublin the world premiere of the Moonlight Sonata by Yannis Ritsos.
The two actors Sophia Kazantzian and Marios Iordanou are performing on
Saturday 25th March 2017 at 20:00 in the Long Room Hub of Trinity College Dublin.
The performance, which will be in Greek, will be preceded by the reading of the poem in English (translation by Marjorie Chambers) by students from Trinity College .
For tickets, please contact:
Prices: 10 euro for members of the Hellenic Community of Ireland and chlildren over 12
15 euro for non-members
Dear members and friends of the Hellenic Community of Ireland,
You are invited by the Hellenic Community of Ireland to the cutting of our Vasilopita, which will take place in the Silk Road Cafe of the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle on 5th February 2017.
The event starts at 13:30. The Library is open on Sundays from 13:00 to 17:00, admission is free. This is a great opportunity to get to know the library, and especially it’s Greek treasures. These include the world’s oldest extensive manuscripts, on papyrus, of the Four Gospels, the Apocalypse, and the Letters of St Paul.
There is free and pay and display parking available in different streets around Dublin Castle, including Werburgh Street.
Happy new year
Get yourselves sorted and put your dancing shoes on, because we are expecting you all in our Greek night full of fun and merriment, celebrating the Greek national day of October 28th and the name day for Dimitrios and Dimitra, but above all to get together and have a ball – literally!
Saturday 26 October, from 8 pm until 2 am at the reception hall of
Child Vision, Gracepark Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
The ticket includes finger food, but the drinks will be charged at the bar separately.
Free car parking will be provided.
Ticket: 25 euro
Unemployed, students: 15 euro
Under 12s: 10 euro
For ticket sales/ reservations please get in touch via email with the Management Board members:
Yanni Doumenis: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christodoulos Lazaris: email@example.com
Konstantinos Drakakis: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomaé Kakouli: email@example.com
Michael Youlton: firstname.lastname@example.org
Οπως ίσως ήδη γνωρίζεις το Σάββατο 8 Ιουνίου έρχεται η συγγραφέας Στέργια Κάββαλου από την Ελλάδα ειδικά για να μιλήσει για τα βιβλία της στα παιδιά και στους ενήλικες της Ελληνικής Κοινότητας.
Μετά το τέλος της συζήτησης θα ακολουθήσει εργαστήρι συγγραφής. Θα θέλαμε λοιπόν να ξέρουμε πόσοι θα παραβρεθούν στην εκδήλωση για να προετοιμάσουμε τον χώρο ανάλογα.
Παιδική συνάντηση και εργαστήρι συγγραφής Σάββατο 8 Ιουνίου στις 2.00μμ και συζήτηση ενηλίκων και εργαστήρι Κυριακή 9 στις 2.00μμ
Για αυτό σε παρακάλουμε να μας ενημερώσεις μέχρι τη Τετάρτη 25/5/2013 αν θα έρθεις μέσω ηλετρονικού ταχυδρομείου, email@example.com
Με φιλικούς χαιρετισμούς,
The parish council with the Hellenic community would like to celebrate Easter Sunday Greek style with a BBQ after the end of The Vespers of Agape around 1pm in the church grounds.
We are going to organise this BBQ ourselves and would love as many from the Hellenic community to join us. We are asking for each family to participate as regarding to food. We would ask that each family bring some meat suitable for cooking on BBQ and if each family could bring either salads/other starters/gyka/pitta/Easter biscuits or whatever each person feels they would like to cook/bake.
If everybody could get back to me to let me know what each family will bring would be great so we don’t have the same of everything or end up with too much salads etc. Then I can email you all again and let you all know if we need anything else etc. We would love to have some music too so anybody with some Cd’s that they would like to hear bring them along too.
Also if you know of other people who are not included in this email and would like to come to forward them the details. My mobile is 087 1924528 if anybody wishes to contact me.