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Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church & Greek Festival


Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

2022 Greek Food Festival (Hellenic Glendi) Details for St. Augustine, FL Read Note 1

Dates and Times

  • Fri: 10/7/2022 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Sat: 10/8/2022 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
  • Sun: 10/9/2022 Noon - 4:00 PM

Festival Location

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Description: Opa! Don't miss the cultural event of the year when Francis Field downtown St. Augustine is transformed into a virtual Greek village. There will be plenty of Greek food and pastries, traditionally-costumed folk dancers, FREE dance lessons, and live music all weekend long! And for your shopping pleasure, a variety of Arts & Crafts vendors will be on site. A portion of the proceeds will be going to a local not-for-profit.

This family-friendly event includes an outdoor marketplace and a Kids Center offering games, rides, and activities. Vendor booths will be set up throughout the Festival offering jewelry, arts and crafts, and more. In addition, a selection of reading material on the Greek Orthodox faith, icons, and other unique items will be available for purchase.

Food and Drink
The Greek Festival offers an amazing array of Greek foods, pastries, and beverages including moussaka, dolmades, souvlaki, spanakopita, and pastitsio. Many of the dishes are provided by parishioners of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Families looking for familiar food options for their children will find gyros, hot dogs, and snacks on the kid's menu.

A village Kafenio will be set up where visitors can relax and sip a Greek coffee while trying out some tasty pastries from the bakery. In the Taverna, fine Greek wine, cold beer, and Greek lemonade will be available. Other not-to-be-missed treats are saganaki (flaming cheese) and a variety of desserts that include baklava and other delicious pastries.

Sorry, no pets allowed. Registered service dogs are permitted.

Admission / Parking: Read Note 2 Admission is $5.00 for adults, children 14 & under are free. Active duty military and their dependents with current id cards are free. Paid parking is available at meters around the area and the city parking garage.

Entertainment: Live Greek music and traditionally-costumed dance troupes will have regularly scheduled performances all 3 days. Free cooking demonstrations will also occur throughout each day of the festival and free Greek dance lessons too.

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Disclaimer: Attending an event listed here is at your own risk! Some churches are only offering Take-Out. Some festivals are being canceled at the last minute due to COVID. Contact the church directly for details.

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What Next?

Notes lists festivals in the USA. Each festival is managed by the church listed. We do our best to obtain and post accurate information, however:

1Note: Contact this church or visit their website to confirm their festival's dates, times, location, and fees.

2Note: Festival parking and admission fees are subject to change without notice.