Upcoming Events: 
The Cleveland State University Department of Theate and Dance will present Tree of Oedipus. This new play developed by The Idea Theater in Athens, is having its American and English language premier at the CSU Department of Theater and Dance. The play, compiled from several ancient Greek tragedies, follows the lineage of Oedipus, from Cadmus, the first man and founder of Thebes, through the story of Oepidus' fall and redemption, to the deadly civil war between his sons, and the final battle between Creon and Antigone.
On Saturday January 26th, 50 HPS members and friends saw a performance of "An Iliad" at the Cleveland Playhouse. The Trojan War was brought to life by one woman (the Poet) and her muse (played on the cello). 
Congratulations to Linda Glynias and her committee for a very successful HPS Ball!! The event was very well attended and everyone had a great time dancing the night away. We look forward to having another dance again next year.
What’s going on at the Garden
The Greek Garden has been put to bed for the winter. Even in winter it is a popular garden to visit and take photographs. Stop by and visit the Cultrual Gardens, they are beautiful and unique to Cleveland!
The Cleveland Cultural Garden Federation's 73rd Annual One World Day was a big success. We will be looking forward to next year's event which will move back to it's August date in 2019. 
Many thanks to the men at St Herman's House for their hard work maintaining the Greek Garden this summer.  
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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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