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Greek Festival 2013 - 03/21/13

St. Barbara’s Greek Orthodox Church is pleased to present its annual GREEK FESTIVAL on June 1st & 2nd 2013.

This 2 day event will feature such  delights such as gyros, lamb, spanakopita (spinach and cheese with layers of filo pastry), souvlakia (Greek shish-kebab), dolmades (rice and herbs wrapped in grape leaves), and much more. Don’t forget our traditional Greek pastries such as baklava (layers of nuts and filo pastry soaked in honey), galactobouriko (filo pastry filled with custard), loukoumades (fried dough with honey), and the list will go on and on.

While enjoying your meal be entertained by continuous Greek music.

Everyone is welcome to join in. Before you know it, you’ll be shouting, “Opa”.

You can also shop at our Art Gallery, Gift & Jewelry Shops, Bakaliko Grocery Store, Craft & Souvenir Boutiques.

Come join us. Bring your family, friends and co-workers to enjoy the festive atmosphere. There is fun for all ages.  Remember Greeks are famous for their hospitality!

 

Saturday, June 1

 

1:00 pm   Hellenic Dancers perform in Food Tent (older, more seasoned dancers)

 

2:00 pm   Triangle Orthodox Chorale performs selections of Paschal music in Church worship area

 

2:30 pm   Church Tour

 

3:30 pm   Triangle Orthodox Chorale performs selections of Paschal music in Church worship area

 

4:00 pm   Church Tour

 

4:30 pm   St. Barbara Greek Dancers perform in Food Tent (younger group)

 

7:00 pm   St. Barbara Greek Dancers perform in Food Tent (younger group)

 

Sunday, June 2

 

1:30 pm   Hellenic Dancers perform in Food Tent

 

2:30 pm   Church Tour

 

4:00 pm   Church Tour

 

4:30pm  St. Barbara Greek Dancers

 

7:00 pm   St. Barbara Greek Dancers



LOCATION

St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church
8306 NC Highway 751
Durham, North Carolina 27713-6860

 


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St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church
8306 NC Highway 751
Durham, North Carolina 27713-6860
919-484-1600

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