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Thousands Enjoy Authentic Cuisine at 41st Greek Festival

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Six-months in the planning, the five-day Holy Trinity Greek Festival is monumental event, rain or shine. But this year, festival goers enjoyed extraordinary weather as they flocked to Wilmington’s only Greek Orthodox church for entertainment, shopping, scratch cooking, and fellowship. Tables were filled every night from June 7 – 11 when visitors enjoyed lamb shanks, souvlaki, stuffed grape leaves, calamari and pastries dripping with honey. With 300 volunteers, dancers, music and thousands of pounds of homemade food, planners were eager to share their Greek heritage and celebrate with the many visitors who return year after year.


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