Time to Get Your “Greek On” at Annual Greek Festival in Camp Hill This Weekend

It’s time once again for Greek food and culture at the Annual Greek Fest at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Camp Hill.  You can be “Greek for a day” with food, dancing, music, and fun for all ages.

The festival starts this Friday, May at 11 am and runs through Sunday, May 19 at the church on Yverdon Drive.  It’s the biggest fundraiser of the year for Holy Trinity and attracts crowds thousands strong.  Organizers suggest attending Friday afternoon to avoid long lines.

Enjoy the taste and wonderful aromas of Greek foods such as Moussaka, Baklava, Pastitsio, Souvlaki, Saganaki, Loukoumades, and more.  Vibrant bouzouki music and energetic Greek dancing by the Olympic Flames, comprised of local students who range in age from 6 to 18.

Gift stands filled with a variety of Greek items, such as authentic Greek sailor hats, clothing, books, ceramics, icons, jewelry, and more.  You can also take a tour of the Cathedral.

Free parking is available on the church property. Street parking is also available in the neighborhood.  The event is rain or shine.