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July ~ Greek Festivals ~ USA
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St. Anna Greek-Fest ~ June 29 - July 1 ~ Flemington, NJ
Enjoy a “Taste of Greece” featuring Delicious Greek Food and Delectable Desserts with menu overseen by cookbook author of “Made in Greece: A Guided Tour of Greek Cooking”;Greek wines and beer; Cultural Entertainment featuring Greek music, folk dancing performances and a variety of community performers; Children's Activities; Vendors: Hand-Crafted items and Imported Greek specialties, Wine Tasting, Cooking Demonstrations, Art Exhibit, Door Prizes, Dance Contests, and more! Open to the Public, Free Admission & Parking, Rain or Shine!
For more information and directions: visit www.StAnnaGOC.org, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call St. Anna’s parish office at 908-782-9741.
St. Demetros GOC Greek Festival ~ July 6 - 8 ~ Libertyville, IL
Come one and come all for lots of fun and tasty Greek food & drink. Just west of 294 tollway ( you can see the Church Dome from 294 )between Rt. 120 & Rt. 137 on O'plaine Rd in Libertyville Ill. From the tollway take Rt.137 (Buckley Rd. Exit, go west to the first stoplight which is O'Plaine heading north. The Church will be on the left side of the road just before the bridge. We look forward to seeing you!
St. George GOC Greek Fest ~ July 8 ~ Southbridge, MA
All Saints Greek Orthodox Church Greek Festival ~ July 13 - 15 ~ Joliet, IL
Festival location is at St. Sava's Picnic Grounds,
3457 Black Road, Joliet, IL 60431
Festival Times: Friday 6pm to 11 pm
Saturday 3pm - 11 pm
Sunday 12:30 pm to 10 pm
Free Admission and Free Parking - Shuttle Service available
St. Nicholas Greek Church Greek Festival ~ July 13 - 15 ~ Portsmouth, NH
The St Nicholas Greek Festival over the past 40 years proves itself over and over again as a a fun event for all ages. This years' Greek Festival year promises to be another great event. The families of the St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Portsmouth, NH get together in June and early July preparing many of the menu items. So come join us for fresh Lamb skewers, Moussaka, a Gyro or a fresh piece of Baklava. All of the food and pastries at the St Nicholas Greek Festival, taste just like your YiaYia's recipes.
July 13, 12-11pm
July 14, 11-11pm
July 15, 12-3pm
All Saints GOC Greek Fest ~ July 19 - 21 ~ Weirton, WV
25th Annual Weirton Greek Festival will be held on July 19th, 20th and 21st at All Saints Greek Orthodox Church grounds, 3528 West St. from 11:00am to 10:00pm daily. The festival features our delicious homemade food such as Pastichio (baked layers of pasta and seasoned ground beef with creamy egg sauce), Lamb (both leg of lamb and lamb stew are available), Grape Leaves and Spanakopita (spinach and cheese mixture baked into a phyllo dough crust). New items on this year’s menu include Moussaka (Baked layers of eggplant, potatoes and seasoned ground beef with creamy egg sauce) on Thursday and Saturday only, Greek Dinner Salad, Greek Red Roasted Quarter Potatoes and Rice Pudding. The wonderful pastries are Greek such as Baklava, Koulourakia (twist cookie), Galatobouriko (phyllo with a custard filling and topped with a honey syrup); American such as fudge or a combination of both with a Baklava Sundae. Food and pastries may be eaten in the air-conditioned hall or outside under the tent
St. George GOC Greek Festival ~ July 20 - 22 ~ Centerville, MA
Festival features luscious hand-made pastries and Greek cusine. Greek products can be purchased at the Agora. Patrons can sit down for coffee and pastry at the Kafeneion (Coffee House), browse the boutique, or dance to live Greek music throughout the festival. Local Greek dance troupe to perform. Grand raffle on Saturday afternoon. Free parking and admission.
St. George Orthodox Church Greek Fest ~ July 20 - 21 ~ South Glens Falls, NY
Our Third Annual Adirondack Greek Festival will take place on Friday evening, July 20th, and Saturday, July 21st. Once again, we will provide excellent quality Greek food and dancing.
St. John the Baptist GOC Greek Festival ~ July 27 - 29 ~ Beaverton, OR
Join us for the Glendi Greek Festival, a celebration of ethnic cultures from around the world, right here in Beaverton, Oregon. We want to share our heritages (Greek, Middle Eastern and Ethiopian), music, traditions, customs and culinary skills with you, our neighbors, families and friends.
Take a deep breath and enjoy what it means to celebrate “Greek Style” with a cup of Mediterranean coffee or frosty frappé at the “Kafenion” (Greek café). Savor a delicious pastry or sample imported cheeses, olives and other ethnic foods in our bustling indoor marketplace.
Your attendance is warmly welcomed and gives pleasure to the many members of our community who have worked diligently to prepare this three-day special event for you.
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