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Hellenic American Women’s Council Hosts Picnic and Concert on June 29

CHICAGO – The Hellenic American Women’s Council (HAWC) hosts a picnic and concert, Wednesday, June 29, picnic at 5 PM, concert at 6:30 PM, in Millennium Park at the Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago.

The program features Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s Russian Easter Overture, Arvo Pärt’s In principio, and Benjamin Britten’s Spring Symphony performed by the Grant Park Orchestra and Chorus and Anima-Glen Ellyn Children’s Chorus.

Attendees should meet at the back of the grassy area at the metal columns at the south end.

RSVP to Anna Moreno by phone: 773-338-0346 or email: [email protected].

Emergency cell phone number: 773-865-9007.

Guests are welcome.

On Thursday, June 30, 7 PM, Washington Monthly editor-in-chief Paul Glastris presents American Contributions to the Greek Revolution 1821, a webinar via Zoom. Click here to join the webinar: https://bit.ly/3O1d451.

HAWC is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan, nationwide network whose mission is to identify and harness the tremendous talents of Hellenic American Women. HAWC encourages awareness of public policy issues and promotes women who wish to play leadership roles in their communities, the nation and their professional fields of endeavor. HAWC sponsors regional conferences, lectures, debates and seminars by prominent scholars, government officials, and experts on various issues of interest to its membership.

More information is available online: https://www.hawcnet.org/.

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