the culture's unique life and food.
The festivities will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 15 and 16 from
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 4070 Kingston Pike.
The a la carte menu is available throughout the festival and includes
traditional favorites such as roast lamb, chicken in a pocket, shish-ka-bob,
spinach pie, gyros, Greek salad and more.
On Friday, there will be a drive thru service at lunch for a take-out
box lunch which will include souvlaki, spanikopita, small Greek salad and
baklava. Call 522-5043 before Friday to place your order.
The festival will also include music, singing and dancing. Live bouzouki
music, energetic Greek dancing and enchanting songs will be part of the
entertainment. Greek youth will also perform folk dances and lead spontaneous
dancing with guests.
Church tours, artwork and shopping will also be offered to guests. Admission
is $2 for adults and free to children. The adult admission ticket could
also win a trip for two to Greece.
Free parking and shuttle buses will be available at the UT Agricultural
Campus for the festival.
For more information about the events, call the Greek Fest Info Line
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