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DC Weekly–It’s Time For The Greek Festival…Opa!!

May 10, 2010

This Friday-Sunday (May 14th-16th) enjoy the best of GREEK CUISINE–gyros, souvlaki, feta burgers, lamb, calamari, decadent salads, pastries, traditional Greek coffee, beer, and wine, and more–all made fresh and right in front of you, for FREE!  Yummm.

How?  It’s all happening at the Greek Festival at Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral in NW DC.

Besides some of the best food you will ever eat and a Greek foods market, there are arts & crafts, jewelry, religious icons, Greek music CDs, paintings, and more for sale.  Other entertainment includes a moon bounce, a caricature artist, crafts and games, an ice cream wagon, and special free tours of the cathedral on Saturday and Sunday.  Live traditional Greek  music begins at 5pm each day, and fun Greek line dancing kicks off shortly after that.

And have you ever thought you would love to upgrade to a hot car, possibly a 2010 Mercedes-Benz GLK 250 4 Matic Luxury SUV?  Okay, I don’t know cars, so I have no idea what this means, but I know it’s a Mercedes-Benz and that you can win it in the raffle!  If you would prefer $40,000 in cash, that works, too…either way, enter the raffle and wait for the drawing on Sunday at 8pm!

The festival runs each day from noon to 9pm, and because it takes place under a giant tent, the festival will run rain or shine!


Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral

36th St. and Massachusetts Ave., NW

Washington, DC 20007

(It’s only one block from the National Cathedral)

For more information, call 202/333-4730.  And enjoy the Greek festivities and fun!  Opa!

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