Jun 1, 2016

June



June took its name from Greek goddess Hera, Zeus’ wife, who is called Juno in Latin. It is the month of agriculture because we reap the wheat and of tradition, because on June 23, eve of Agios Ioannis o Klydonas, we light and jump bonfires in the villages.
As for children, June means the end of school, beginning of summer vacation, and, of course, they carefully count their swims and their ice creams and compete with each other!