ATLANTA GREEK FESTIVAL

Please join us on September 24th to September 27th 2015 for the Atlanta Greek Festival!

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Contact: Ted Kipreos, Co-Chairman (tkipreos@gmail.com) or Charlie Burland, Co-Chairman (whcjb108@gmail.com)

 

Participation open to:  All parishioners. 

 

Meetings are held: Beginning in the spring, and as deemed necessary.

 

Purpose:  To bring the community together to help raise funds to sustain the fiscal needs of the parish and to introduce the Metro Atlanta and surrounding neighborhood communities to Annunciation Cathedral.

 

Activities:  Sponsored by the Parish Council, the annual Greek Festival is the Cathedral’s major fund raiser.   The Greek Festival offers the community delicious Greek foods and pastries, Cathedral lecture tours, an "Agora" to purchase merchandise, Greek music and dancing, plus amusement rides and games.  The entire parish community is relied on heavily to prepare, work and participate in the festival activities.  The fellowship and resulting friendships are a wonderful extra benefit of working on this good cause.

 

 

Join us from SEPTEMBER 24th through 27th, 2015 for the next Atlanta Greek Festival

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All the magic of Athens… Just miles from home!

The Atlanta Greek Festival brings all the aromas, sounds, tastes and traditions of Greece to your doorstep.

Your admission ticket becomes your passport as you enjoy all the Beauty of Santorini and the Fun of Mykonos. The Annunciation Cathedral and the Atlanta Greek Community are proud to host the Atlanta Greek Festival.

You too can be Greek for a day at the Atlanta Greek Festival!

Being Greek means relishing the world around you and enjoying life to its fullest. The Atlanta Greek Festival gives us the opportunity to open our arms, our hearts and our kitchens as we share our culture with you!

 

So. . . Come on!

 

Be Greek for a day. Come to the Atlanta Greek Festival and see what we’re all about! It no longer has to be “All Greek” to you!