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Immerse yourself in authentic Greek culture and heritage

October 7th and 8th during the 25th Annual Greek Festival!

Transport your senses to Greece as you taste authentic homemade foods, drinks and pastries at the Kouzina (kitchen), Psistaria (grill), Zaharoplastio (sweet shop), Kafenio (cafe) and Taverna (bar). Explore the online menu to begin your Greek culinary journey.


For one weekend, surround yourself with the sounds of Greek music, enjoy live performances and participate in traditional Greek folk dancing. The 25th annual event also features the Church's Agora as well as the St. Theodora's Gift Shop and Bookstore. Visitors will also have the opportunity to shop handcrafted items created by local artists, artisans and makers. And, you can even take a guided church tour and attend Sunday morning liturgy.  Visit the Festivities page to learn more.

New this year, is the Festival Raffle! Tickets may be purchased online now by clicking here or on site on October 7th and 8th. Enter for your chance to win amazing prizes like a trip to Greece, Greek dinner prepared by a private chef and a basket of authentic Greek goodies. 

This is a FREE event, open to the public. Festival hours are Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Take out or eat in and enjoy the festivities... or better yet, eat in AND take out to enjoy later. 

Pre-ordering for whole specialty pans is now available. Click here to order pans online now. Then, pick-up via drive thru at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on Friday, October 6th between 4 and 7 p.m. 


Parking for ALL Festival goers on October 7th and 8th will be at RJ Murray Middle School, located at 150 N. Holmes Blvd.

There will be NO parking at the Church or on CR 214 during the Festival. (Per the County Sherriff Office, vehicles parked on CR 214 or side streets may be ticketed or towed.)

Please enjoy the Festival’s free shuttle service provided by Old Town Trolley Tours!

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