What else can I see or do at Greek Fest besides taste the amazing food?
Greek Fest was created to share our culture with you and there is much, much more to experience than just the cuisine. This is your chance to be GREEK for a day!
The Greek culture begins with our Orthodox faith and the best place to learn a little more is through the Church Tours. Following a devastating fire that severely damaged the beautiful iconography and mosaics in our Church Sanctuary more than four years ago, our Church completed its renovation in June. All of our St. George parishioners are blessed to be able to share our beautiful Church Sanctuary with our Greek Fest guests.
*Click HERE for a printable Greek Fest Schedule of Events including the Church Tour schedule.
*2020 Greek Fest Schedule of Events TBD
Shop the Agora for authentic Greek wares such as clothing, ceramics, jewelry, books and icons. A must see is the beautiful watercolor and oil paintings depicting colorful landscapes and seascapes of Greece by the artist, Pantelis Zographos.
While you’re there visit Papou’s Pantry…our very own Greek grocery store for authentic Greek ingredients and also pick up a copy of “Traditional Favorites”, the newly redesigned and updated cookbook compiled by the St. George Philoptochos Society with over 300 recipes.
The kids have to have fun, too! The Kids Korner is a great stop for face painting, games, cookie decorating and more!
Before you leave pick up a box of assorted pastries and tsoureki and a 2020 Greek Fest Souvenir T-shirt. The perfect reminder of the great time you had at Greek Fest!
Credit cards will be accepted at most booths.