My Big Fat Greek Festival

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Opa! The Ya’ssoo Greek Festival returns Friday, June 6 through Sunday, June 8 to the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. The three day festival will feature a vast menu of authentic Greek goodies from baklava to tzatziki, dolmades to souvlaki. Traditional music and dance performances, tours of the impressive church, a ticketed raffle with a grand prize trip for two to the Greek Islands. Lots of homemade Mediterranean-inspired dishes await. Friday and Saturday 11am – midnight; Sunday 12pm – 6pm. Admission: $3. Free entry Friday before 4pm and Saturday before 1pm; free entry all day Sunday. Children 12 and under free. A portion of proceeds donated to a local charity.

Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 3109 Scio Church Rd.

734-332-8200.

annarborgreekfestival.org

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