Friday, May 21, 2010

Feeling bad for Greece? Commiserate with us this weekend at the OC Greek Fest!

In support of all things Greek (and I'm not talking USC frat house Greek) in Southern California, if you are itching to get your moussaka on while doing some interpretative Greek dancing this weekend head to the Greekest of Greek Orthodox churches in the OC (the deets and free entrance print out below):

2010 OC Greek Fest

Come experience the sights, sounds and tastes of Greece at the 2010 OC Greek Fest: St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church’s 49th Annual Greek Food Festival celebrating the food, music, and culture of Greece! Authentic Greek foods and homemade Greek pastries; traditional Greek dancing and Greek music (live music by Fotia); an outdoor marketplace and expansive 'Zorba’s Kidz Zone' with carnival rides; games and other activities for the children—plus more!—are all ready for your visit to Greece right here in Anaheim.

Visit website –

Dates:  Friday, May 21, 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm
       Saturday, May 22, 12 Noon – 11:00 pm
       Sunday, May 23, 12 Noon – 10:00 pm

Location: 405 N. Dale St., Anaheim
       (714) 827-0182

Admission: $3.00 Regular Admission
       Children Under 12 Free
       Free to all Military, Police and Fire Personnel (with ID)
       Seniors Admitted Free

Free Parking and Free Shuttle (to and from OC Greek Fest) at Buena Park
Mall—Dale St. and La Palma Ave.—Shuttle Stop located behind Wal-Mart.


sophia said...

Oh no!!! I'm gonna miss this!!! Booooo!!! I wish they had this during the school semester...T___T

Banana Wonder said...

Sophia - no worries, this is just the beginning of Greek fests - there will be plenty more coming up! Opa!

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