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Homeschoolers can get great “food for thought” for unit study at Greek Festival

Delight your palate with traditional Greek dishes at the Greater Phoenix Greek Festival.

Delight your palate with traditional Greek dishes at the Greater Phoenix Greek Festival.

Are you planning to study Ancient or Modern Greece with your homeschool students?  The Greater Phoenix Greek Festival will give your children some great “food for thought”.

Take your camera, your curiosity and your appetite and enjoy authentic Greek culture by experiencing:

  • Traditional dishes such as gyros, baklava and loukoumathes, Athenian chicken, lamb, spanakopita, and fried calamari.
  • Village market featuring spices, jewelry, art and music
  • Dancing and native costumes
  • Greek religion, culture and traditions
  • A free tour of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral. Guides will explain the history behind the building and the background of the Greek Orthodox faith.

Greater Phoenix Greek Festival
October 9, 2009 – October 11, 2009

What: A celebration of Greek culture featuring food, entertainment and vendors.

When: 5-11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday.

Where: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 1973 E. Maryland Ave., Phoenix.
Phone:  602-264-7863
Admission: $2; ages 12 and younger admitted free. $5 to park at the church. Free parking and shuttle available.

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