The Neapoli-based INCO Photographic Group is holding its first Exhibition in the School on the right hand side of the big church in Neapoli Square from Monday 13th August until Monday 20th August. The official opening was at 8:00pm on Monday and everyone was cordially invited to partake in the usual wine and nibbles.
The daily opening hours for the remainder of the Exhibition are 11:30am until 2:00pm and 6:30pm until 10:00pm.
We look forward to seeing you...
Maurice on behalf of the members of the Photographic Group
(In the photo from left to right :-
Translator, David Chapman, Maurice Sheppard, Carolyn Watson, back of Peter Chatterton's head!, Gwyn Morgans, Michael Wilson, Maria Sergaki, Maria Kostaki, Julie Pidsley, and Enid White.)
With all the uncertainty surrounding the current crisis in Greece, the foreign community may be vulnerable to the consequences of events over which they have no control.
There are, however, some actions which can be taken between now and the elections on 17th June to minimise some of these risks or even put them back under our own control.
At the Gardening Club meeting at Panagia, Lakonia at 11:00 Sunday, 3rd June Peter Chatterton will review
The background to the current crisis
The risks to the foreign community
Likely developments during the coming weeks, and
The actions we can all take now to protect ourselves before events take them out of our control.
To be followed by a discussion.
The review will not attempt to point fingers, rather to recognise the realities of the here and now and to enable members to share advice and experiences for protecting our futures on Crete.
All members are warmly invited to participate.
Venue: Panagia, Lakonia at 11:00 Sunday, 3rd June
INCO, The Foreign Residents Cultural Organisation of the Aghios Nikolaos Area, to give it its full title - was founded in 1998.
One of its primary objectives was, and still is, to enable incoming foreign nationals to integrate into the local community and to participate fully in local life. INCO incorporates a vast pool of information and experience about settling into life on this beautiful island of Crete. Some members have lived here for many years, some have married Greeks and raised families here, and quite a few own and operate businesses in the area.
INCO also acts as the umbrella organisation for a number of special interest groups
- the Theatre Group
- the Gardening Club
- the Rainbow Choir
- the Photographic Group
- the Neapoli Group
- promoting their activities and providing financial and other support where this is required and to the extent funds permit.
Our new website has been constructed with style versatility and flexibility at its heart. Using the Joomla Content Management System now gives us the ability to add all these new features.
- Membership management
- Mailing list management
- Event management
- Classified advertising
- Photo galleries
Hopefully this will encourage more visitors and help us to publicise what we do