Enjoy live Greek music from a number of bands throughout the weekend. Watch traditional Greek dance performances, including a special performance showcasing Greek music and dance from the early and mid-1900s. You can take part in lessons to learn some of the dances yourself. There will be a Fun Zone for the kids featuring games, crafts, a bounce house, and more. St. Spyridon will be giving tours for guests to learn about the history of the church.
The festival will offer a variety of traditional Greek food and beverages. The extensive menu includes favorites like Spanakopita, Gyros, Feta Fries, and Baklava. Stop by The Oracle, a wine lounge where you’ll be able to taste Greek wines, or visit the Opa! Beer Garden, which will serve imported Greek beers and ouzo.
The festival runs from Friday, June 10th to Sunday, June 12th.