Arlington, MA

You're Invited! Greek Festival Will Include Traditional Treats, Delicious Sweets & Music

Dianna Carney
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(ARLINGTON, MA) Saint Athanasius the Great Greek Orthodox Church has announced the return of the Arlington Greek Festival! This three-day celebration will feature authentic Greek food, music, and more, offering multiple days of family-friendly fun.

One of the highlights of this beloved festival is the opportunity for you, your family, and your friends to enjoy authentic Greek wine and beer, sample delicious authentic Greek food (including quick food service), and have a Greek kafenio.
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The festival is not just about food, however; it's also a celebration of Greek culture, with live music and dancing all weekend long. In addition, there will be bouncy houses for children on both Saturday and Sunday. Rain or shine, this event is free and open to the public, making it the perfect family-friendly activity.

This annual event is a beloved tradition in the community, and visitors come from far and wide to experience the sounds and flavors of Greece. Whether you're a foodie looking to sample some authentic Greek cuisine or a music lover eager to experience the sounds of Greece, the Arlington Greek Festival is not to be missed.

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