Greek Festival

It’s my last day of work/school for the school year! I have some last minute tidying up to do and if you follow me on Instagram, then you may have seen my Instastory last week where I showed 40+ boxes of books in my classroom that need to be moved to our new building. Hopefully today goes smoothly!

Onto today’s post. Every year the Greek Orthodox church in my hometown has a festival that lasts a few days. The festival is super popular and has tons of people going to hang out, eat delicious food, and listen/watch performances from musicians and dancers. I went this year for the first time in a few years and decided to record a little bit of my evening there. So follow along in my short video below as I walk around the festival, eat gyros, and watch some traditional dancing!

St. George - Greek Festival
Gyro
Greek Festival - Dancing
St. George Greek Festival
I hope you enjoy the video. I love going to festivals, especially food ones!

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  1. We have a whole town north of me that’s predominantly Greek. There are so many Greek restaurants it’s actually pretty comical. Whenever my boyfriend & I want Greek food we go up there.

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    1. That’s cool! I’m sure the food is delicious

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      1. There’s one restaurant called Hellas that is really good. They have a bakery next door too.

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  2. I love festivals too, that sounds like a lot of fun and that food looks delicious.

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    1. It was a good time! Well organized too which is always a plus!

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      1. Definitely, it makes the experience so much more enjoyable :).

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