Helena Paparizou to Appear at Mohegan Sun Arena
with Nikos Kourkoulis on 2 October 2005

Concert will be a benefit for Hellenic Society Paideia, Inc., whose headquarters are in Storrs, Connecticut at the University of Connecticut. Performance begins at 5pm.

Tickets available through

Paideia chapters:

Connecticut: (Paideia) 860-429-8518
New Hampshire (Paideia) 603-742-0466
Rhode Island (Paideia) 401-728-4452
Maine (Paideia) 207-892-9831

Mohegan Sun Box Offices and Ticketmaster:

Massachusetts (charge by phone): 413-733-2500; online at ticketmaster.com
Connecticut (charge by phone): 860-886-0070; online at ticketmaster.com
Rhode Island (charge by phone): 401-331-22ll; online at ticketmaster.com

Supporting businesses:

Massachusetts--Delphi Gift Shop 617-426-2111
New York--Mediterranean Foods I & II 718-728-6166 or 818-721-0221

Media Sponsors:
Paideia Study Abroad Programs www.paideiaonline.com
Mohegan Sun Arena
Greek National Tourist Organization
Hellenic Radio
D.M. Emporium Imports

About Hellenic Society "Paideia," Inc.

The Hellenic Society Paideia is a non-profit organization having numerous chapters in the United States, Greece and Brazil. It was formed in 1977 in Storrs, Connecticut by a group of Philhellenes whose purpose was to make available to the present, as well as secure for the future, the historic role of the Hellenic tradition and language.

In 1990, the university provided a parcel of land for the construction of a 20,000 square foot Byzantine-style educational center, called "Macedonia," and a Greek Orthodox Chapel, "The Three Hierarchs." An open-air theater is presently in the pre-construction phase. The goals and objectives of "Paideia" are to assist in the preservation and promotion of the Hellenic heritage, history, language, culture, and art. Also, to promote the furtherance of the principles and ideals of Hellenism as a living philosophy, to encourage the study of the classic arts in local public schools, high schools, colleges and universities and to establish an awareness of the special relationship between the principles of Hellenism and the basic tenets of Western democracy.

Contact Hellenic Society "Paideia" at the Center for Hellenic Studies "Paideia," 28 Dog Lane, P.O. Box 818, Storrs, CT 06268; Tel: (860) 4298518

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