Upcoming Events: 
 
From the Cleveland Play House to the Cleveland Archeological Society, CWRU's Byzantine Symposium, the Cultural Gardens of Cleveland's One World Day, and the Annual Collis Lecture at the Cleveland Museum of Art there are many events in Cleveland that would be of interest to our members. See our Programs and Events page for more info.   
 
Join us at the Cleveland Play House presentation of the Greek tragedy Antigone, HPS has a block of tickets for the performance Sat. April 4th at 2:30pm 
 
Before you know it, spring will be here; and the food, music, and dancing of the area's Greek Festivals will begin. We are getting together a list of the area's Greek Festivals so you can mark your calendar to visit one or all of them!  
 
 
 
 
What’s going on at the Garden
 
The Greek Garden is a popular place for weddings in the Cultural Gardens, many people also stop to take pictures. Even under a blanket of snow stop and visit the Cultrual Gardens, they are beautiful and unique to Cleveland!
 
We look forward to seeing you at the Cleveland Cultural Garden's 75th One World Day, Sunday August 30, 2020.
Last year's One World Day was a big success with the largest crowds to date. The Greek Garden was very busy, our HPS members were  telling people about our garden and stamping passports. We  hope to have a large turn out of people this year to march alongside the Greek flag in the parade of flags. Come in costume or come and march in support of our Greek heritage. 
 
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New to the Collection: 
 
Books: Three Greek liturgical gospel books. On each of the gospel book's cover is either a central embossed image of the Crucifixion and in each corner an embossed image of each of the Four Hierarchs. An embossed image of the Resurrection is centered on the back cover along with images of the Four Apostles.
Gift of the Parish Council of Sts Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral. 
 
Book: "Alexander The Conqueror" by Laura Foreman.
Gift of Mr. John K. Ermidis 
 
Textile: A two-piece Greek costume  with matching apron 1920-1930. Gift of Mrs Electra Johnson.
 
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Our mission: The mission of the Hellenic Preservation Society is to present a unified voice of the Hellenes in Northeastern Ohio that will promote the Greek experience through programs, presentation and cultural collections.

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