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28th Annual Greek Festival
Come out and participate in Greek food and dance at our 28th Annual Nashville Greek Festival!
Beginning Friday, September 11, 2015, Nashville Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church hosts its 28th Annual Greek Festival through Sunday, September 13, 2015 on the 13-acre grounds located at 4905 Franklin Pike. The festival highlights the cuisine, music, and culture of Greece. There will be plenty of fun activities for children also! Don’t miss the Greek Grocery Store, “Yiayia’s Pantry”, located in the Cultural Hall, for a wide variety of your favorite Greek specialty items! Rain or shine, look for the Big Fat Greek blue and white hilltop tent! ATM machines will be available in the Cultural Hall.
The Holy Trinity Parish was founded in 1919 and has provided continuous service to the Orthodox faithful since that time. The parish, while under jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North America, is the religious home for the Orthodox of many ethnic backgrounds & many converts of varied backgrounds. Proceeds from the festival support the building fund and enrich the culture of the community.
4905 Franklin Pike at Tyne Blvd (between Harding Place & Old Hickory Blvd), Nashville, TN 37220