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Friday, August 23, 2019
|Location:||Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 3500 West 106th Street|
|Start Time:||4pm to 10pm|
Oupa!! Dust off those togas you haven't worn since you recreated the toga party scene from Animal House back in college and come show some love for our Greek friends and neighbors who've been very hospitable towards us with regards to using their facility for our monthly meetings.
Gyros, Spanikopita, my favorite Saganaki and of course Loukoumades will all be on the menu throughout the weekend, so stop by once, or multiple times! The festival also features traditional dancing, a Greek market and a kids' area (with cheap and yummy snocones!). Admission is free; just pay for the food and drinks (plastic is accepted). It's like being in Athens without the expensive plane flight or smog (or for that matter schlepping to the Children's Museum to see their exhibit on Greece)! There is a shuttle from Kroger at 106th/Michigan if you'd like to park for free; otherwise, it's $5 to park on the cathedral grounds. Or, it's only about a 10-15 minute walk from the Westons.