The National Hellenic Museum Announces Jenni Pulos to Host Its Annual Gala 2019

May 8, 2019

CHICAGO – The National Hellenic Museum (NHM) hosts their Annual Gala, Projecting into the Future, Saturday, May 11, 5:30 PM at The Geraghty, 2520 S. Hoyne Avenue in Chicago. The gala to benefit the Museum’s vast efforts to preserve and portray the legacy of Greek history in America will be hosted by popular former Flipping Out star Jenni Pulos. The evening will be entertainment-filled as Manhattan and the Chris Sarlas Orchestra featuring Niko Lambrinatos and Voula Karahaliou will perform throughout the night.

In celebration and support of the Museum’s dedicated efforts to provide exceptional programming and inspirational exhibits, the NHM Gala 2019 brings Greek Americans, family and friends together for a magical night of entertainment and fundraising for a noble cause.

A notable Greek American herself, the evening’s host is also successful in many realms. A well-known actress, producer, writer, rapper and overall entertainer, Pulos appreciates the museum’s mission and will join them in celebration of their ongoing effort to highlight Greek American culture to visitors from around the world.

Comprised of top musicians and performers from all across the country, Manhattan will kick off the evening with vibrant renditions of top hits. Led by one of the most popular, highly-respected bandleaders in Chicago, Chris Sarlas Orchestra featuring Niko Lambrinatos and Voula Karahaliou will also perform.

Philanthropic support from NHM Gala 2019 will benefit the tens of thousands of children and adults who visit the NHM every year through field trips, tours and dynamic cultural and historical programs. With the largest collection of its kind in the world, the Museum uses artifacts and oral history traditions to teach about significant moments in Greek and American history. The NHM boasts a rich repository of 20,000+ artifacts, photos, historic newspapers, books and an archive of 450+ recorded histories. The Museum will be unveiling the NHM Collections & Archives Portal, which will allow anyone to access the Museum’s catalogs online from anywhere by viewing digitized artifacts and archival materials.

The National Hellenic Museum is grateful for the support of its generous sponsors including The Calamos Family and Calamos Investments, The Halikias Family and Republic Bank, John S. Koudounis and Family, Grecian Delight and The Parthenis Families, Kramer Levin, George and Judy Marcus, and Dean, Marianne, Evan and Daren Metropoulos.

Individual NHM Gala 2019 tickets are $350 and tables of 10 are $3,200. To purchase tickets or inquire about sponsorship opportunities, visit www.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/gala or call 312-655-1234 x28.

Guests may also choose to take advantage of a hotel block at a downtown Chicago hotel, The Gwen, the weekend of Gala by making reservations online.


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