We’re off to celebrate the 59th Annual Phoenix Greek Festival, the longest running ethnic festival in the Valley—fantastic food, music, art, and activities—at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Community Center. Food is at the heart of this festival! Lunch is on self—look for gyros, kalamari, pastitsio (Greek lasagna), spanakopita (spinach pie) and lamb roasted on a spit. Save room for fresh-baked Greek pastries lovingly prepared by Greek yiayias (grandmas) —baklava, melomakarouna dipped in honey, Greek doughnuts and more. Top it all off with a little Ouzo or Metaxa brandy, a Greek beer, or Greek wine. Award winning dancers will be performing throughout the day. They also offer lessons, and everyone is welcome to join in. This fabulous festival is manned entirely by volunteers, with proceeds benefitting Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral ministries—tons of fun, and all for a good cause. Call in your reservation and come with us!
Depart: Mesa 9 a.m. Phx 9:30 a.m. NW 10 a.m. R: 4 p.m.