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Nikos Makropoulos performs live for the first time in Baltimore on Thanksgiving Eve, Wednesday 11/25/15 at Martin's East.  VIP and reserved table seating tickets now on sale exclusively at DCGreeks.com with no service charge!  All proceeds benefit Philoxenia House.  All tickets include open bar!
St. Katherine Paideia Bilingual Preschool and Nursery proudly invites you to its Family Fun NIght on Saturday, 10/24/15 at 5:00 PM at the Meletis-Charuhas Center in Falls Church, VA. Tickets are on sale now at DCGreeks.com with no service charge! Click here for details!
The Maryland Greek Independence Day Parade presents Dimitris Basis and Zoe Papadopoulou Live at Greektown Square in Baltimore, MD on Friday, 10/9/2015 at 8:00 PM. Securely purchase reserved table tickets online via DCGreeks.com!
The IOCC Metropolitan Committee of DC and DCGreeks.com invite you to an IOCC Awareness Happy Hour on Saturday, 10/24/2015 at Barcode in Washington, DC. Join us for an evening to benefit IOCC’s ongoing humanitarian response in Syria, Greece, and other countries around the world. Click here for details!
What's New @ DCGreeks.com
PHW 2015 Update: With 50 days to the start of PHW 2015, this year's edition is tracking to be the biggest ever! Package purchases are over triple and 3 weeks ahead of last year's record year-to-date pace! Hotel reservations are 3 weeks ahead of last year's sellout pace! Purchase the PHW 2015 Classic Package for under $60 through 9/26/15! PRICES GO UP DAILY!
SAVE THE DATE! DCGreeks.com Presents Pan-Hellenism Weekend 2015, November 12-15, 2015 in Washington, DC!
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Axion Concerts Baltimore welcomes Thanos Petrelis back to Baltimore for an exclusive one night only performance in the US on Friday, 10/30/15 at the Marriott Baltimore Waterfront Hotel.  VIP and reserved table seating tickets go on sale starting 7/25/15 at DCGreeks.com!

Meet The Guys @ DCGreeks.com


Name: Themistocles Chronis
Email Address: Themistocles@DCGreeks.com


Hi, my name is Themistocles Chronis, one of The Guys @ DCGreeks.com. With my brother, Aristotelis, we created DCGreeks.com with the simple goal of uniting the young Greeks in the DC metropolitan area. Born in Northern Virginia, a life-long member of the St. Katherine’s community, and an '86 graduate of its Greek School, I left the area after high school to attend the University of Virginia.  After graduating from U.Va.'s Commerce school with degrees in Finance and Marketing, I started working at an up-and-coming dot-com called Telebank, which became a key component of the E*TRADE Financial family of companies. My e-commerce background combined with my love of the Greek community led me to start the site.  

Over the last year and a half, you may recognize me from such events as Greek Nights, Third Thursdays, and church festivals.  It has been my pleasure meeting and photographing all the beautiful people in the Greek community.  If I fail to meet you at a Greek Event, please do not hesitate to introduce yourself.    

Thank you and enjoy the site,



Name: Aristotelis Chronis
Email Address: Aristotelis@DCGreeks.com


Hey, my name is Aristotelis Chronis, the other Guy @ DCGreeks.com. While I originally came up with the idea for DCGreeks.com a couple of years ago, it would have stayed on the drawing board without the long hours and hard work put in by my brother, Themistocles.  While spending seven years at the University of Virginia for both my undergraduate and graduate studies, I had a chance to meet a lot of Greeks from other parts of Virginia, Maryland and the East Coast who knew how to be Greek without being a stereotype.  I always knew I would come back to the D.C. area after school, so I started slowly meeting more young Greeks in the area whenever I was back in town on weekends and during the summers.  If my brother and I look familiar to you, it's because you've seen at least one of us at most every Greek Night and Greek Festival since the Millennium. I hope this site provides a fresh prospective on what it means to be young and Greek in the National Capital area.