Saturday, March 20, 2021

 1:30 p.m.   San Francisco / Los Angelos 

 3:30 p.m.   Chicago / Little Rock / St. Louis

 4:30 p.m.   Baltimore / Boston / New York / Toronto 

 8:30 p.m.   Dublin / London

 9:30 p.m.   Berlin / Paris

10:30 p.m.  Athens / Cape Town  

Sunday, March 21, 2021

 4:30 a.m.   Perth 

 6:30 a.m.   Brisbane    

 7:00 a.m.   Adelaide 

 7:30 a.m.   Sydney / Melbourne


The Kytherian Society of California hosted the third successful Global Zoom on March 20/21, 2021.  Over the course of almost seven hours, 80 participants from seven countries received updates on Kytherian happenings.  

Helen Tzortzopoulos, president of the Friends of the Museum of Kythera offered an update on FMK projects and noted the bi-monthly Creative Kythera Zoom presentations featuring artists from are increasing in popularity.  Helen also spoke about the new Migration Museum in Agia Pelagia.  KAA president Emmanuel Alfieris presented a PowerPoint  on the proposed Migration Memorial Statue  and bench in Agia Pelagia, and requested feedback from Zoom participants on the location of the statue. The Zoomers unanimously and enthusiastically recommended the statue should be placed by the entry to the Agia Pelagia pier.  In addition, participants also heard updates on the wind turbines; COVID-19 on Kythera; and Vana Argyris spoke about the Panhellenic International Theater Festival for Young People. 

 It was a special treat to hear from 98-year old George Souris from St. Louis, Missouri.  Participants received the opportunity to meet new people and make new family connections in the Zoom breakout rooms.

 36 participants were from USA; 26 from Australia; 12 from Greece—including 5 from Kythera; 3 from United Kingdom; and one each from Canada, Germany, and Ireland.    





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