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AHEPA District 7 Excursion to the Hellenic Paideia Center, UConn at Storrs Oct. 7

September 19, 2023

STORRS, CT – AHEPA District 7 hosts its excursion to the Center for Hellenic Studies Paideia at the University of Connecticut (UConn) on Saturday, October 7, 10 AM-2 PM. Officers and members of District 7 AHEPA Chapters, and their guests, are invited to take part in a guided tour of the Center for Hellenic Studies Paideia on the campus of UConn at Storrs, CT. Paideia Center Director Ilias Tomazos will be the guide for the tour of the new Spartan Museum, the open-air Greek Theater, the Library, and the Church of the Three Hierarchs where the program for the day will begin with a service at 10 AM to be celebrated by Rev. Harry Pappas of the Church of the Archangels in Stamford, CT. The program continues with a fellowship brunch in the Library followed by the guided tour of the Greek Theater and the Spartan Museum. The last stop will be back in the Library where the Paideia program will be reviewed. The confluence of the Hellenic interests of AHEPA and the goals of Paideia will be underlined.

Note: Parking available near the Church of the Three Hierarchs, 28 Dog Lane in Storrs, CT.

The Spartan Museum at the University of Connecticut’s Center for Hellenic Studies Paideia. (Photo by Eleni Sakellis)

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