Ya’ssoo Greek Festival

. June 1, 2015.
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What’s better than Greek? Honestly. Dolmades, moussaka, souvlaki, feta, filo pastries with honey and nuts, ouzo cocktails, Greek fries. Below the big copper dome of Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Ann Arbor’s annual Greek Festival returns with the usual suspects—aforementioned vittles, live Greek music, traditional dance and dress, and a raffle with a grand prize trip for two to Greece. June 5-7, 11am-12am on Friday and Saturday, 12pm-6pm on Sunday. $3 Friday and Saturday, $2 Sunday. Free entry on Friday before 4pm and Sunday before 1pm. Free entry for kids 12 and under all weekend.

Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 3109 Scio Church Rd. 734-332-8200.

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