A Taste of Greece of Chandler



Celebrating over 30 years… OPA!

Fall 2018 Greek Festival of Chandler

October 5th, 6th & 7th, 2018

CLASSIC CELEBRATION OF GREEK FOOD, DANCE, AND FUN FOR ALL!

October 5th , 5pm – 10pm * October 6th, 11am – 10pm * October 7th , 11 am – 7pm

ST. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church transforms into a mini "Greek Village”,

2716 N. Dobson Rd., Chandler 85224. Just south of Elliott & Dobson.

A TASTE OF GREECE of Chandler offers a weekend celebration with traditional Greek foods, Pastries, live Greek music, costumed folk dancing, Greek imports and other vendors, Kids Fun Zone, and so much more. Bringing a slice of Greece to Chandler, with a blend of historical ancient times of Greek culture with today's Modern Age.

All proceeds benefiting St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church and related philanthropic activities and community charities. St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church is a 501c3 non-profit organization.

Affordable family fun, $5 admission, kids under 12 are free. Get 1 Free Admission with the purchase of an admission at www.ATasteofGreeceAZ.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ATasteofGreeceAZ/

FREE PARKING & SHUTTLE BUS: Seton High School, 1150 N Dobson Rd Chandler, AZ 85224  (Just north of Ray Rd) Handicapped parking is available on the church grounds.

We're proud to carry on a tradition from our homeland rich with unique tastes and culture.  A TASTE OF GREECE represents all that the Greek culture has to offer. You don’t have to be Greek to enjoy the Greek Food Festival, there’s something here for everyone. You can experience the flavors of Greece right in Chandler.

Without a doubt the highlight of the three-day festival, is the delicious array of mouth watering time-honored delicacies that will satisfy any appetite. Weeks prior to the event, several dozen church volunteers work to hand-prepare favorite dishes such as Dolmathes (grapevine leaves stuffed with ground beef, seasoned rice and herbs), Spanakopita (thin filo dough filled with spinach and cheeses), and Pastichio (Greek lasagna, baked macaroni and ground beef covered in béchamel sauce), and more. Home- made pastries like Baklava (filo dough filled with nuts and spices), Kourabiedes (a rich, shortbread-like cookies covered with powdered sugar) Loukoumathes (pastry puffs sweetened with honey and sprinkled with cinnamon). Plus many other traditional Greek foods, which are available for take home.

Greek music will fill the air, and performances by Greek Folk Dancers in authentic costumes promise to add to the atmosphere. For festival-goers who like to get involved, dance workshops. Shoppers will enjoy the "agora" marketplace offering arts and crafts, Greek imports, jewelry, CD’s, books and icons. Plus numerous other vendors.

St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church 480-899-3330, www.atasteofgreeceaz.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ATasteofGreeceAZ/

Date:

Oct 5, 2018 - Oct 7, 2018

Location:

St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church
2716 N. Dobson Rd
Chandler, AZ 85224

Hours:

October 5th , 5pm – 10pm * October 6th, 11am – 10pm * October 7th , 11 am – 7pm

Phone:

480-899-3330

Price:

$5 admission, kids under 12 are free. Get 1 Free Admission with the purchase of an admission at www.ATasteofGreeceAZ.com

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