Event: Panegyri Greek Festival

Gyros, souvlaki and baklava, Opa! The wait is over; Panegyri Greek Festival is back for the 40th year.

Gyros, souvlaki and baklava, Opa! The wait is over; Panegyri Greek Festival is back for the 40th year, with all of your favorite Greek cuisine, prepared by parishioner women with recipes straight from the old country. Watch the traditionally costumed Greek Festival Folk Dancers until you’ve had enough Greek wine to join in. Sample Mediterranean culture with exhibits from St. Nicholas’ Greek Language School. More than 100,000 Cincinnatians go Greek every summer during Panegyri, which in Greek basically means “big party” (or gathering of the multitude). Free parking and shuttle to the event from St. Xavier high school. 


5-11 p.m. Friday; 3-11 p.m. Saturday; 1-8 p.m. Sunday. $2; free for children under 12. Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 7000 Winton Road, Finneytown, holytrinity.oh.goarch.org.

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