Tulsa Greek Festival September 19-21! OPA!
Greek Festival is Tulsa’s oldest ethnic festival!!
Sponsored by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, the festival offers everything from ethnic dancing and dining to shopping for Greek pastry, jewelry, imported Greek foods, and a cookbook featuring the recipes of Tulsa area Greeks.
Location : Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 1206 South Guthrie, Tulsa (map and directions on web site).
and imagine the sights, sounds, and smells of Mediterranean life at Tulsa Greek Festival.
September 21 (11 a.m.-10 p.m.)
Admission: $3.00. Children 12 and under are admitted free throughout the festival when accompanied by adults. DOWNLOAD your 2013 Free Admission Ticket (link on home page): http://tulsagreekfestival.com/
Our parishioners and their friends have a great time hosting the festival. We hope you will come!
The a la carte menu features home-cooked Greek foods — including chargrilled shish kabob, gyros sandwich, Greek salad (with feta cheese and olives), calamari, tiropita (cheese pie), feta cheese, olives, and spanakopita (spinach pie). You’ll want to try the Greek lamb plate–slices of baked lamb on a bed of rice and green beans. See the web site for a complete menu. And, of course, you KNOW we will have baklava and several other HOMEMADE Greek pastries. And wine. And beer. And ouzo.
A meal of Greek food and beverages would not be complete without taste-tempting Greek desserts such as the famous baklava or loukoumades (honey puffs).
Tulsa Greek Festival Raffle – Grand Prize is 5 Chances to win $1000 at the 53rd annual Tulsa Greek Festival. Five drawings will be held Saturday September 21st, 2013 for 5 chances to win $1000! Get tickets online now at our website!!
Tulsa Greek Festival September 19-21, 2013 – OPA!
At the marketplace, Greek Holiday visitors can buy imported Greek food and gifts–such as clothes, jewelry, olive oil, Kalamata olives–as well as a new official Greek Holiday tee shirt. A cook-book (Cooking Greek for Tulsa) features Greek recipes from Tulsa-area Greeks.
For more information about Greek Festival or to buy advanced tickets (including free admission), call 918-583-2082.
Ancient traditions will come to life on stage, as dancers in authentic ethnic costumes, age 5 to 55, perform dances that are hundreds of years old and that tell stories of harvest, wars, love, and passion for Greece. Six dance groups will perform during the festival.
To learn about the role Greek Orthodox faith and traditions play in our culture, tours of Holy Trinity will be conducted throughout Greek Holiday by Father William Christ and Deacon Michael Stevenson.
Visit our website: http://www.TulsaGreekFestival.com
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Content written and published by Lori Cain.