This four-day event celebrated its 26th year in 2017. It’s usually the last weekend in September. Watch the website for details.
The church grounds are filled with food and gift vendors with live music and space for children’s activities and open folk dancing. The fellowship hall houses more food with tables and chairs for leisurely dining on homemade Greek foods. Gyro and baklava lovers find this the best opportunity for sampling and browsing. Take some home too; you’ll crave it the next day.
Church tours and free lectures about the Orthodox faith are scheduled several times during each day.