RSVP Today for AGAPW Dec. 11 Party


Greek-Americans are deep into holiday preparations and celebrations. On Friday, December 11, 6-9 PM the Association of Greek American Professional Women is hosting the annual AGAPW Holiday Benefit Celebration at the Greene Street Soho studio loft of artists Michael and Niki Kapsalis, featured in the New Visual Art Performance Biennial, Performa 15.

RSVP at [email protected] and visit the website, agapw.org.

AGAPW Founder and President Olga Alexakos invites the members of the community to “join us in sharing gratitude for the year we are leaving behind and in welcoming the new year soon to arrive, with fine Greek wine, Greek mezedes and seasonal sweets, great company and great art!”

AGAPW kindly requests a $75 donation; net proceeds will benefit AGAPW’s Excellence Tuition Scholarship fund.

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An event in early 2015 continued the tradition of wonderful AGAPW house parties.


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