A Taste of Greece Festival in Plymouth, MI, August 26-29

PLYMOUTH, MI – The Nativity of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church, 39851 West Five Mile Road in Plymouth, hosts the 16th Annual Taste of Greece Festival August 26-29.

The community reminds everyone that they love to show off their culinary skills with authentic Greek foods and desserts, but remind attendees to also enjoy the live music, traditional Greek dancing, the market place, and a tour of the church.

Admission is $3 per person, kids under 12, free. Parking is free.

Hours: Thursday, Aug. 26, 6-10 PM; Friday, Aug. 27, 5-11 PM; Saturday, Aug. 28, noon-11 PM; and Sunday, Aug. 29, noon-7 PM.

More information is available by phone: 734-420-0131 and online: https://www.michigangreekfestival.com.


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