Upcoming events:
 
The nice weather brings Greek festivals to Northeast Ohio! Starting Memorial Day weekend with the Tremont Greek Festival. Check out our Programs and Events page to see upcoming HPS programs and other interesting events in the Cleveland area.
 
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What’s going on at the Garden
 
The Cleveland Cultural Garden Federation's Community Garden Clean Up Day was a big success. the Greek Garden looks beautiful and is ready for a summer of visitors, weddings and other events.
The Greek Garden is located at 1000 East Blvd. Parking is available on the East side of East Blvd.
Come visit the Greek Garden this summer!
 
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New to the Collection: 
 
Books: Three Greek liturgical gospel books. On each of the gospel book's cover is either a central embossed image of the Crucifixion and in each corner an embossed image of each of the Four Hierarchs. An embossed image of the Resurrection is centered on the back cover along with images of the Four Apostles.
Gift of the Parish Council of Sts Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral. 
 
Book: "Alexander The Conqueror" by Laura Foreman.
Gift of Mr. John K. Ermidis 
 
Textile: A two-piece Greek costume  with matching apron 1920-1930. Gift of Mrs Electra Johnson.
 
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Our mission: The mission of the Hellenic Preservation Society is to present a unified voice of the Hellenes in Northeastern Ohio that will promote the Greek experience through programs, collections and preservation.

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Dear HPS Members and friends -
     On behalf of the Hellenic Preservation   Society and it's Board of Trustees, I would like to wish you a healthy and prosperous 2017. The New Year brings challenges and our organization's commitment to our mission of a unified voice in the Hellenic community stands to be a priority for us as we move forward.
       On Thursday, April 6 we will be holding a General Members Meeting at the newly-opened Astoria Cafe & Market at 5417 Detroit Ave in Cleveland, it is my hope that the event will be well-attended. furthermore, I ask that you consider service toward HPS either on the Board of Trustees, or on one of our committees, namely Collections, special Events, Communications, Membership, or the Greek Garden. We have been blessed to have had wonderful volunteers throughout our organization's history. Fresh ideas and enthusiasm are not only welcome, but necessary for our survival. Feel free to contact me or any other board member for any information. Thank you for your support and have a great year.
   Sincerely,
   Athanasios C. Sarantopoulos  
 
 
 
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