Greek Fest


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Four-day festival immerses guests in Greek culture with art replicas, church tours, live dancing and music, grilled fare and wine tastings

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  • $10 for a one-day Greek-festival outing for two (up to a $22 total value)
  • $20 for a one-day Greek-festival outing for four (up to a $44 total value)<p>

From Thursday, June 13, to Sunday, June 16, attendees embark on church tours, watch traditional dances, and listen to live Greek music. Each attendee receives a one-day admission and a dish from the grill, such as a chicken pita, a pork-souvlaki skewer, or a pita-wrapped donair kebab. Click here for a full list of available food options.<p>

Greek Fest

Since its first year more than 25 years ago, Greek Fest has immersed attendees in Greek culture and culinary tradition with a four-day indoor and outdoor festival. Each day, visitors can explore a cultural exhibition spanning traditional crafts, art replicas, and religious artefacts; guided tours roam within the local Byzantine Greek Orthodox church to highlight colourful iconography and ornate interior architecture. A massive white-tented dome hosts live music played on painted mandolins while dance troupes perform regional dances. Children can work out extra adrenalin in a kids' area, where coaches supervise soccer-training zones to keep them away from wild vuvuzelas. A contest running throughout the festival can award two participants with a trip to Greece, allowing them to further explore Greek culture.

Foodies can placate their palates with a range of authentic Greek dishes, assembled from the grill and formed into plates of souvlaki, chicken-filled pitas, and beef donair kebabs. Mythologists can also explore the obsessions of Dionysus at a Greek wine tasting led by local sommeliers Costa Elles.

Customer Reviews

Great festival. Well run.
Glenda S. · June 16, 2013

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