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"The Promise of Tomorrow 1940-1960" awarded Best Feature Documentary at the Beverly Hills Film, TV & New Media Festival. To view the Press Release click here.

 
 

     
 

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
OCTOBER 3 / OCTOBER 11

The Greek Heritage Society of Southern California is celebrating its 30th anniversary with 2 events:

October 3, 2015, 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Greek Los Angeles Historical Bus Tour beginning at St. Sophia Cathedral and ending at Elysian Park with a box lunch.

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October 11, 2015, 4:00 p.m. Rebetiko Retrospect Concert at the Barnsdall Gallery Theater, Los Angeles. For more information: greekheritagesociety@hotmail.com / (310) 528-8214. 

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WHO WE ARE


The Greek Heritage Society of Southern California (GHS) was established in 1985 to preserve the rich culture, heritage and traditions of Greek immigrants in Southern California. Through its FLOGA (FLOGA) Project (FLOGA in Greek means FLAME and signifies PASSING THE TORCH from generation to generation), the Greek Heritage Society documents the story of early Greek immigrants and highlights continuing generations. In doing so, it provides the community with an extensive database of Southern California's rich Greek American history.

GHS is a non-political, non-profit California corporation, in association with the Basil P. Caloyeras Modern Greek Studies Center at Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, California) for educational, literacy and educational purposes.


GOALS OF GHS

To establish a Greek-American Archive and Resource Center that will showcase and preserve the artistic, academic, professional and athletic achievements of the local Greek community. To compile historical photos and documents and develop educational materials to stimulate and maintain an interest in Greek culture, literature and heritage. To provide workshops and training programs focusing on the accomplishments of the Greek community and extend this knowledge to members of the community. To work with other cultural and educational organizations for the promotion of cross-cultural studies.


The Greek Heritage Society invites you to support
Olympia Dukaki's new documentary "Undefined"


Olympia Dukakis Undefined


Floga Project Interviews:

- The Scolinos Family
Angie Papadakis
Dr. George Emmanouilides
Akrevoe Kondopria Emmanouilides  
Theodore "Ted" Pappas
- Faye Kyriax Demetriou

- Greek School
- Constantina (Dina) Skouras Oldknow

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The Greek Heritage Society welcomes your donation as we continue to preserve Hellenism through worthwhile projects for present and future generations

 

Contact Information
For further information or questions, please contact us.

Zoye Marino Fidler
(818) 386-1942
ghs@mediaart.com

Shelly Papadopoulos
(310) 528-8214
greekheritage@hotmail.com







 

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