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40th Indianapolis Greek Festival, Aug. 23-25

40th Indianapolis Greek Festival

40th Indianapolis Greek Festival, Aug. 23-25, 2013.

By Mary Lee Pappas
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
http://www.indygreekfest.org/

New Weekend Date and Free Admission for the 40th Indianapolis Greek Festival, Aug. 23-25, 2013!

Friday, August 23, 4 to 11 p.m.
Saturday, August 24, 12 to 11 p.m.
Sunday, August 25, 12 to 5 p.m.

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
3500 W. 106th St., Carmel, IN 46032
www.IndyGreekFest.org

GreekFest 2013 marks the 40th year for what has become one of central Indiana’s oldest and largest ethnic festivals. This year, GreekFest will take place two weeks earlier than its traditional dates and will be a three day event from Friday, August 23, to Sunday, August 25, 2013. And, admission will be free. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Hosted by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, the GreekFest is known for its array of authentic Greek cuisine, fine wines, and fresh pastries, many of which are only available once a year at the GreekFest.

Visit the event’s new Web site,  www.IndyGreekFest.org for…

  • Downloadable food menu with more than 30 items
  • Full pastry menu with pictures
  • Church tour times
  • Holy Trinity Hellenic Dance Troupe performance times
  • Info. on the Church’s iconography completed by Dr. George Kordis of Athens, Greece this spring
  • Detailed Greek wine menu
  • Detailed Greek and local craft been menu – Flat 12, Oaken Barrel and Sun King selections
  • Full pastry menu
  • Map, directions, parking details, and festival campus map
  • Children’s activity details including puppet show times
  • Presale $20 & $60 discount coupon books at Marsh supermarkets
  • and more 

For more information, call 317-733-3033.

About Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

Holy Trinity is a parish that has been on a journey for more than a century in central Indiana. Founded by Greek immigrants who had journeyed themselves to this country, the parish’s first temple was on West Street. By 1961, the Holy Trinity parish had outgrown those facilities and moved to 40th and Pennsylvania Streets. Now, Holy Trinity hosts the GreekFest at the church’s 20-acre campus at 106th and Shelborne in Carmel, Indiana. Visit www.HolyTrinityIndy.org to learn about the beautiful new Byzantine temple and iconography.

ABOVE: Photo provided by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and used with written permission. May not be copied or republished without written permission from the church.

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