Fort Worth Greek Festival

Falafel sandwiches were one of the different Greek foods available during the Fort Worth Greek Festival at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church.

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Go Greek in Cowtown during this 51st annual celebration of Hellenic culture. Festivities include live music and folk dancing, plus church tours, children’s activities and authentic meals prepared by local families featuring traditional items such as gyros, shish-ka-bob, moussaka and flaming cheese. There will even be frozen foods and ready-to-heat dishes for purchase for enjoyment throughout the coming months.

The annual Greek Festival features live Greek music and folk dancing and authentic Greek foods prepared by our church families, for dining in and carrying out. Baked and frozen meals, pastries, breads and desserts will be sold in addition to lunches and dinners.

Kids can enjoy outdoor activities. Join Fr. Nicholas for tours of the beautiful church sanctuary.

Admission is $1. Rain or shine. All events are indoors or under tents. Free parking shuttles.

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