Join in the celebration of the Annual Greek Festival in Columbus, Ohio. This is a true opportunity to discover the traditions and heritage of Greece.
You’ll experience an inspirational tour of the The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral with beautiful mosaic and pristine marble.
The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
Featuring authentic food that will make your mouth water. Dine indoors on gourmet foods such as pastitio, spanakopita and many more. Or enjoy the outdoor lamb roast dinner under the tents.
Additionally, enjoy the outdoor fast food tent for souvlaki, (my favorite!) gyro or Greek pizza plus much more. Don’t miss the scrumptious pastries like the Baklava at Maria’s. Enjoy coffee and Loukoumades at Kafenion’s coffee shop!
Take a stroll and enjoy the many fascinating shops. Beautiful artwork by Evangelia Philippidis, the gift boutique “Agora,” and the delicious Greek Deli featuring awesome foods, wine and much more. You’ll also find a great Christian bookstore, jewelry, imported linens and leather and much more.
You won’t want to miss the dancer’s performance near the music tent. Enjoy the artistry of Junior, Zoee and Evzone Festival Folk Dancers as they perform in traditional dress.
You’ll also get the chance to try some dancing yourself when the performers are on break! The dancers will also share some lessons with you! So put your dancing shoes on!
Dancers at the Greek Festival in Columbus
Kid’s Activity Center
Great fun for kid’s of all ages! There will be games, balloons, trinkets, and more.
Greek Cooking Classes Offered
Cooking lessons will be offered throughout the festivities. You can even stock up on the groceries you need! The Greek ladies society will be selling their cookbook, watch out for that, yummy recipes you can cook at home!
Enjoy the exhibition by the monks of the Monastic Brotherhood of St. Theodore the Studite as they do iconography and calligraphy.
The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 555 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43215
For information on schedules of events, entertainment, or questions, you can check the Greek Festival Website.