The 39th Annual Greek Festival kicks off Summer 2014
for 5 straight days in June!

For 5 days the parishioners of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church take you on a trip to the Old Country where you can close your eyes and imagine yourself in a Greek village where locals are celebrating an annual event. Join us as you experience the aromas of authentic food cooking before your eyes, the sounds of ethnic music and the sights of our own Greek Terpsechorian Youth Folk dance group. There will be plenty of “Kefi”, presence of joy and high spirits for you, your family, friends and co-workers to enjoy while attending our annual Greek Festival. It runs from Tuesday, June 3 – Saturday, June 7 from 11am – 11 pm. Admission is Free and is a rain or shine event.

Homemade traditional comfort food like Pastichio (Greek Lasagna), Moussaka (Eggplant, Potato and Seasoned Beef Casserole), Dolmades (Stuffed Grape Leaves) and Spanakopita (Spinach Pie) are served in the Hellenic Community Center daily from 11am - 9:30 pm.

Items such as Gyro, Souvlaki, Lamb Sandwiches and Calamari are prepared outside daily from 5 pm-11 pm where you can grab a table and enjoy your meal while listening to Philadelphia’s Atlantis, a regionally renown orchestra, playing live Greek music nightly for their 29th year.

George Tsavalas, Festival co-chair, states “The Greek Festival is an annual event in which we, the Greek American community celebrate and preserve our heritage while sharing our Greek culture with our local and extended community. We hope we succeed in extending our Greek “Philoxenia,” hospitality, and allow you to enjoy a taste of Greece”.

Lunch made simple - order from our curbside pickup service, by downloading the menu here. Simply fill out the form, fax to
302-654-4204 and pull up on south side of the church on Broom Street to pick up your order. Curbside is offered from 11am-2pm, Tuesday,
June 3 - Friday, June 6. For our friends who work in the city, we offer a convenient, free lunch shuttle from 9th and Market from Tuesday,
June 3 - Friday, June 6, 11am - 2pm, running every 10 mintutes.

We accept all major credit cards.

Learn How to Greek Dance! Every year our guests enjoy the Greek dancing. Last year we launched a Greek Dancing Class that was very successful. So this year we are hosting this event again on May 17, 2014 in the Hellenic Community Center (located adjacent to the Church) from 11am-1 pm, the Daughter’s of Penelope, an auxiliary organization of the American Hellenic Education Progressive Association will sponsor and host a “Learn How To Greek Dance Class.” It’s a free event that is open to the public. Attendees will learn the steps of the most popular Greek dances enjoyed at the Festival. Attendees must pre-register via email at info@greekfestde.com and provide names and contact information.
For more information on the event please contact Nikoletta Klezaras at
302-559-9752 or at info@greekfestde.com.

For media inquiries please contact Spiros Mantzavinos at 302.584.2846 or by email spiros@tmgpublicaffairs.com.

For general information please email info@greekfestde.com or call the
church office at 302-654-4446.

Wilmington Greek Festival

Atlantis of Philadelphia

Festival Patrons