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Dear HAWC Members and Friends,
You are cordially invited to the HAWC Special Conference titled "Bicentennial Celebration of Greek Independence (1821-2021) - Honoring Hellenic Heroines" on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday June 26-28, 2021 at the Anargyrios & Korgialenios Foundation Estate ("Anargyrios").
The 3-day conference honors and celebrates four extraordinary Greek women who defied the prescribed roles for women in their century and emerged as powered heroines and role models for all of us:
Laskarina Bouboulina - 19th Century
Manto Mavrogenous - 19th Century
Despina Achladioty, the Lady of Ro - 20th Century
Stella Kokolis - "Aristeon Award" Honoree and Keynote Speaker - 21st Century
The program is available at https://www.hawcnet.org/program.html
The registration and payment deadline is Sunday, June 1, 2021.
The conference only fee is $150.00
The conference fee for Sunday only is $50.00
For those of you who wish to stay at the Anargyrios, the conference fee including a room is $300.
Rooms are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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See you in Spetses!
The Spetses Organizing Committee
The Anargyrion and Korgialenion College Foundation has been entrusted with the implementation of the vision and the management of the bequest of national benefactor Sotirios Anargyros. The facilities of the Anargyrion and Korgialenion College near the historic township of Spetses and the unique pinewood forest of the Foundation – covering approximately half of the island’s surface and ensuring its sustainable development – have played a key role in the Foundation’s activities during the period of operation of the College (1928-1983) and during the period that followed. Indeed, with gradual improvements, the facilities have been a pole of attraction for national and international education and research activities. Moreover, the facilities – and especially the ancient type 1100-seat theatre on the adjacent hill owned by the Foundation have hosted numerous cultural activities.