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Cathedral of St. Paul Presents Long Island Greek Festival Online

December 11, 2020

HEMPSTEAD, NY – The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. Paul presents GreekFestToGo: Holiday Market a one-stop shop for the season. Online ordering is available now until Monday, Dec. 14, 12 PM EST.

View the selection of pantry items, frozen prepared foods, pastries, wines, and entertaining essentials on the GreekFestToGo website: https://www.longislandgreekfestival.com/.

The menu of items is available online: https://www.longislandgreekfestival.com/menu.

As is the order form: https://form.jotform.com/203060373712041.

Pre-order online or by form. Make sure to double check your contact information and order details. For contactless pick-up, you will receive an email with your order number and pickup instructions. Please retain this information. The Pop-Up Wine Shop offers chef-selected wines to complement to your holiday table.

Orders will be available for pickup on Saturday, Dec. 19 and Sunday, Dec. 20: 12-5 PM at The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. Paul, 110 Cathedral Avenue in Hempstead, NY 11550 (border Garden City).

More information is available via email: info@longislandgreekfestival.com.


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