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DECEMBER MUSIC AT ST. PAUL’S (2)

posted Dec 4, 2019, 4:12 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board

 

 


St Paul’s Anglican Church, 27 Filellinon streetSyntagma is delighted to host its second week of December concerts:

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Monday 9th December, at 8.30 p.m. Radio Pepper Church Sessions (5) presents SILLYBOY and his band, SILLYBOY’S GHOST RELATIVES and their electro-mood music.                                                                         Organized by: Radio Pepper 96.6 FM - https://www.pepper966.gr/  

ENTRANCE BY INVITATION ONLY  

Information/invitations: Radio Pepper 96.6 FM – 213 018 9066 | pepper9660@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/sillyboysghostrelatives/

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Tuesday 10th & 17th December at 8.30 p.m Mikri Arktos presents a musical journey into ParaskevasKarasoulos’ lyrical work “Tis Omorfias to Agrio Fili” performed by Polyxeni Karakoglou and ThodorisNikolaou.

TICKETS: 15 and 13 euros / Tickets pre-sale: Ticket services, Public stores

https://www.mikri-arktos.gr/

Information : Mikri Arktos, Tel. 210 7610616 &

https://tickets.public.gr/event/st-paul-anglican-church

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Wednesday 11th December at 7.30 p.m. – A Christmas Cracker with musical accompaniment by DUETTO 16 with Mariliza Papadouri (cello) & Dimitris Papagelidis (guitar).

TICKETS: 10 and 5 euros / Information and reservations on  6980305509

Organized by: Stavrodromi Politismon- Music productions

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Thursday 12th December 2019 at 8.30 p.m. and 10.30 p.m. United We Fly IKE’s Taste the Music 2 seriesis delighted to present internationally renowned Cretan legend PSARANTONIS with NIKI XYLOURIS, JOANNIS PAPATZANIS & NEKTARIOS KONTOYIANNIS.

Organized by: United We Fly IKE / https://www.unitedwefly.com/

TICKETS: 20 and €17 / Tickets pre-sale: Viva.gr / Tel. 13855, 211 7700 000 and 211760 3000

Information: United We Fly: Tel: 2106985340, info@unitedwefly.com

https://www.viva.gr/tickets/music/agglikaniki-ekklisia/taste-the-music-psarantonis/

https://el-gr.facebook.com/psarantonis

Community Connect

posted Dec 3, 2019, 1:25 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board

Meets in December at:

The Swedish Centre, Daidalou 18, Plaka on Wednesday the 11th from 10.30 a.m. to 12.30.Contact: Anne - 6938 973 623

The Loida Scripture Union Home for the Elderly, Ionias 46, Kifissia on Wednesday the 18th from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. 

ContactChris – 6977377655/ 2295053164 or Helena  2106841210.

 

Books/DVDs/CDs, handmade greetings cards, Christmas cardsgood-as-new clothing, home-made jam.
Postage stamps and greetings cards recycled for good causes.
Proceeds to the Anglican Church, Athens and its nominated charities.
Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AnglicanAthens

and at www.anglicanchurchathens.gr

 

The Anglican Church in Greece is self-financing and receives no support other than the generosity of those who worship with us and/or attend our social events. Monies raised support St. Paul’sits community projects and its charitable outreach, including the Apostoli Church in the Street Food Kitchen, the Loida Home for the Elderly and the Kokkori Down Syndrome Centre

 

CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT ST. PAUL’S ANGLICAN CHURCH

posted Dec 3, 2019, 1:22 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board   [ updated Dec 3, 2019, 1:24 AM ]

 

CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT ST. PAUL’S ANGLICAN CHURCH, FILELLINON 27, SYNTAGMA

 

Sunday December 8th at 10.15 a.m.

Christingle and Eucharist

Please bring a toy to be given to Hestia Hellas

 

Sunday December 8th at 6 p.m.

Christmas Carol Sing-Along                                               There is an entry charge and a retiring collection      Please come early to obtain a seat

 

Sunday December 22nd at 6.30 p.m.

Choral Evensong

 

Sunday December 22nd at 8.30 p.m.

Sing-Along-Messiah

 

Tuesday December 24th at 6 p.m.

Lessons and Carols

 

Tuesday December 24th at 11.30 p.m.

Midnight Mass of the Nativity

 

Wednesday December 25th at 10.15 a.m.

Christmas Morning Liturgy and Carols

 

 

Bazaar

posted Dec 3, 2019, 1:21 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board   [ updated Dec 3, 2019, 1:27 AM ]


Overnighter at refuge on Panion Mtn.

posted Dec 3, 2019, 1:18 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board   [ updated Dec 3, 2019, 1:19 AM ]



From: Newcomers By the Sea - NBTS <newcomerssouth@hotmail.com>

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Activity Title: Overnighter at refuge on Panion Mtn


Date/Time:   Saturday 07 December 2019, at 12:00. 

Meeting Location:

The end of Gounari Str., at the tennis courts parking lot, Glyfada.(Map)


Short Description: 

EDNY organizes a different overnighter on 7/12.

This time we will be going to Panio Mtn. hat rises SE of Hymettus Mtn. between Keratea and Kalyvia.

A small refuge made by local groups, which contains some basic furniture, outside toilets and fireplaces in two of its three spaces will accommodate us!

It is always open and available for those that will hike or drive to it since it is also available by car.

Next to it is the “Zoodochos Pigi”, a small chapel with religious drawing dating back to 1734 and particular architecture at its dome. The chapel was named by the spring that can be found next to it and is the only one on the whole mountain.

The view is amazing towards every direction as well as towards “our” Hymettus Mtn. that can be viewed from a different angle.

We will have the opportunity for small or larger hikes, depending on the weather and the group’s wishes, since the several paths end up at the location.

The schedule is the following:

Departure for the refuge will take place at 12. Upon arrival some clean-up work will take place in order to drop off our equipment and prepare for the night. Depending on the time this is over and until nightfall there is free time and a hike could take place.

Upon returning we will light the fireplace (firewood will need to be bought on the way there or gathered) in order to prepare our dinner and warm the place up.

The following day, after breakfast everyone’s belongings will be packed and for those that wish to do so there will be another hike. Towards noon we will head back.

Cost: Free. Please leave a contribution towards EDNY.


Organized by: EDNY


Need to bring:

Everyone needs to have a sleeping-bag, carry-mat, flashlight, water, dishes, food for Saturday and Sunday breakfast, warm clothing for overnighting and the hikes that will take place, as well as anything else that they believe will make their stay a pleasant one.


More information and relevant announcements here.

ACS Athens Bazaar

posted Dec 1, 2019, 3:19 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board

American Community School of Athens
Αγίας Παρασκευής και Καζαντζάκη 129, Chalandri 152 34  
Metro-  Αγίας Παρασκευής 

The ACS Athens PTO Holiday Bazaar is in one week – next Sunday, December 8, from 12:00pm - 5:00pm  and it’s going to look a lot like Christmas in the Theatre Atrium.  There will be gifts to buy from the Christmas Market –there will be over 200 prizes to win in our amazing Grinchraffle – you can sample food from all over the world in the food court accompanied by mulled wine and specially mixed Christmas Cocktails – you can have your picture taken with Santa – test your skills in the Escape Room – donate a toy to the Toys for Tots charity  or and have your picture taken with the US Marines – the kids can play games do crafts, get lost in the Escape Room and have their faces painted – and you can enjoy Christmas baking at the Bake Sale with coffee and hot chocolate while having your portrait sketched by a cartoonist. The entrance is free and everyone is welcome. Whether you are a parent, a teacher, a student or a staff member you can help us make this event a huge success.

'The Christmas Story' by Heinrich Schütz

posted Dec 1, 2019, 3:15 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board   [ updated Dec 1, 2019, 3:18 AM ]



Continuing with our tradition, The Athens Singers present a concert of Christmas music. We will perform selected parts of the Baroque composition 'The Christmas Story' by Heinrich Schütz. Written in the mid-1600's, the piece combines narrative solo music with choral singing filled with lovely, ear-pleasing harmonies.

The second part of the concert will consist of Christmas Carol favorites, in both English and Greek, and the audience will be encouraged to sing along with the choir.

A reception will follow the performance.

Once again we will perform at The War Museum Amphitheatre, with its fine acoustics and easily accessed location. 

The War Museum Amphitheatre
A 5-minute walk from the Evangelismos Metro station

Tickets: 12 € (6 € for children 12 and under) 
For ticket information, please call 6945 777214 or 6938 325088

Thank you!

Christmas Bazaar

posted Dec 1, 2019, 3:10 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board


Catholic Church, K. Karamanli 77, Voula 

Saturday 30 November from 11.30 –14.30 and on Sunday 1 December from 12.00 am – 13.00 pm 

Delicious home-baked cakes, Christmas decorations, handicrafts, gifts, hampers, fashion, and toys.
For information please call 210 8958694, Ans 6932 196087 or Elena 6946 288542

Bazaar in Aid of the Poor Caritas Voula 

Catholic Church, K. Karamanli 77, Voula

Saturday 7 December from 11.30 – 14.30 and Sunday 8 December from 12.00 a.m. – 13.00 p.m. 

Fashion, bric-a-brac, toys and books. For information please call 210 8958694, Ans 6932 196087 or Elena 6946 288542

Traditional Christmas Carol Service
A traditional joint Anglican and Catholic Carol Service will be held at the 

Catholic Church, K. Karamanli 77, Voula on 

Friday 20 December at 7 pm. 

Children are requested to bring a toy for a refugee child, wrapped and labeled for suitability for age and sex. Adults are asked to bring non- perishable food which will be distributed to needy families during the Christmas season. Everyone welcome.

For information call 210 8958694, or Christine at 6972 634268


December Walk

posted Nov 28, 2019, 1:29 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board

This month we will meet at AB Mega supermarket, Ekali at 10am. Here we will car pool and then drive to the area of Marathon lake. We park at a church on a hill with a small grave yard. Here we will have views of Marathon lake. We will walk by the lake, through fields and olive groves. It could be a bit muddy, due to the recent rain.There is a bit of uphill, but nothing too challenging.The walk will be over 2 hours.
The walk will only go ahead in good weather.
Could you please let Eleni or me know gbmanolakenas@gmail.com if you would like to join us.
If you take part in a Newcomers walk you do so entirely at your own risk and neither Newcomers or the leaders of the walk are in any way responsible for the safety of those taking part.
Looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday.

Beverley and Eleni

VISIT TO THE MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ART - ATHENS

posted Nov 26, 2019, 7:35 AM by Newcomers Bulletin Board

Dear all, 
Are you ready for our new adventure ?
here are some words as an introduction by our beloved Martina Anagnostou who is going to be our guide of our next - very special - outing on December 7th. 

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 In the midst of Christmas carols and flickering season lights celebrating the birth of Christ let us delve into another contrasting and yet very surprisingly familiar world, the world of the Museum of  Islamic Art of Athens. 
       

Let us go on a journey to understand a different story by visiting the Museum of  Islamic Art tucked next to the Kerameikos ancient cemetery and the perfectly intact temple of Hephaestus. Let us discover something human and spiritual about this religion that has the absolute same roots as Judaism and Christianity, and has a philosophy and culture of fascinating diversity and richness. Martina our guide has lived in many countries, notably among them Pakistan, Sudan, Jordan and currently Tunisia all of which are officially muslim. This in combination with her art historical background, should make for an interesting journey. 

Without images and concentrating almost exclusively on the written word, while at the same time covering a vast cultural landscape, Islam is the youngest of the three monotheistic religions dominating our planet. The Museum of  Islamic Art of Athens is housed in a striking neoclassical house build around archeological foundations that part part of the exhibit. The artifacts are primarily the collection of Antonis Benakis which he developed while living in Egypt. Let us delve into the world of swirling arabesque and sacred geometry to understand something more human and profound about the Islamic world.


The Islamic art collections of the Benaki Museum are housed in a complex of neoclassical buildingon 
22 Agion Asomaton & 12 Dipilou St. Click on the  map . For more Info on Access, tickets, map, etc HERE

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  We will meet on Saturday December 7th at 10:10 at the ticket office of the Museum, on 22 Agion Asomaton & 12 Dipilou St. The tour will start at 10:30 sharp and will last for approx. 1,5 to hours. 
The cost of the guided tour will be 11 euros/person, and the entrance ticket to the exhibition (9 euros/person,  reduced 7 euros), is not included in the price. We need at least p10 participants for the Tour to go.

After the tour, we will go to this marvelous place for coffee or light lunch !

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Please apply by Thursday December 5th evening, as we have to inform the museum
Land line: 210-8077073
Cell: (+30) 698 860786
Whats App: (+30) 6988 607866
 Viber: (+30) 6988 607866

       
       Katerina Tsitsipi
 Event & Activity facilitator

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