LOS ANGELES: From Refugee to Icon Hunter | OAKLAND: Greek Heritage Night

The Hellenic University Club presents From Refugee to Icon Hunter: A Woman’s Pursuit of Justice in the World of Art Trafficking

Tasoula Hadjitofi, Cypriot refugee, icon hunter, and culture crime watcher, reveals her perilous journey from refugee to orchestrating “The Munich Case”, one of the largest European art trafficking stings since World War II. Sponsored by the UCLA Stavros Niarchos Center for Hellenic Culture Initiative on Sunday, January 28 at the The Harry & Yvonne Lenart Auditorium at the Fowler Museum at UCLA, a reception will be held at 4 p.m. followed by the lecture at 5 p.m.  Books can be pre-ordered by Jan. 5 at www.huc.org. RSVP and for more info, email hucorg@gmail.com or call 310-215-3130.

Greek Heritage Night with the Oakland Athletics

SAVE THE DATE! Oakland, CA – June 7, 2018
Attention Bay Area Greek American baseball fans! All dancers, singers, parents, yiayias, papous, koumbari, and friends are invited to bring their parea and participate in the first annual Greek Heritage Night at the Oakland Coliseum on Thursday, June 7, when the Oakland Athletics play against the Kansas City Royals at 7:05 p.m. More fun in store and more details to follow! Contact Mark Manos at 510-746-4441 or at mmanos@athletics.com.

Oakland A’s mascot, Stomper, joins the Folk Dance & Choral Festival (FDF) 2018 Opening Ceremonies in San Francisco, CA on June 11, 2018 to kick off the weekend festivities.


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