MONDAY Third Tourism and Property In Greece conference, titled «The Global Economic Crisis and its Effects on Greek Tourism.» At the King George Palace Hotel, Syntagma Square. From 9.30 a.m to 5 p.m. Registration from 8.30 to 9.30 a.m. For information, call 210.619.8003. «People’s Capitalism: The Answer to the World Economic Crisis,» lecture to be given by Dimitrios Lymbouridis, organized by the Corfu Astronomy Society at the Corfu Municipal Theater, at 9 p.m. WEDNESDAY Greece’s Independence Day, a national holiday. Markets closed. THURSDAY Opening of the new Leroy Merlin store (165 Pireos, Rendi) at 7 p.m. FRIDAY The Third International Tourism and Property Show starts at the Olympic Fencing Center at Hellenikon, until Sunday. A special travel section will operate for the first time. For further information, call 210.619.6961 or visit Last day for South Africans living overseas to register to vote for the April 22 National Assembly elections. To see if you are registered, visit «Women’s Business Culture and Success» is the title of a seminar by Global Greece to be conducted by Iphigenia Paparousi at the Stratos Vassilikos Hotel (114 Michalakopoulou, Athens). To register, visit SATURDAY «Guide to Strategy for Growth and Profitability» is the title of a seminar to be held by the Hellenic American Union. To register, call 210.368.0968 or e-mail [email protected]. «Women’s Business Culture and Success» is the title of a seminar by Global Greece to be conducted by Iphigenia Paparousi at the Hotel Nikopolis (16-18 Asclepiou, Thessaloniki). To register, visit The 26th Athens International Publishers Exhibition starts in Thessaloniki at the city center’s Capsis Hotel (18 Monastiriou). To Sunday. Admission is free for teachers and lecturers of private and state schools, colleges and universities. For more information, visit SUNDAY Annual General Meeting of the Pan-Hellenic Association of Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi & Mozambique Greek Communities at the Golden Age Hotel (57 Michalakopoulou) at 5 p.m., followed by a cocktail party. Clocks go forward at 3 a.m., to show 4 a.m., as daylight saving time starts across the European Union, to last until the end of October.

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