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Price, UT Festival Returns with Express Edition

“Though the Greek Festival had a different feel this year, it was welcomed back to the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in Price on July 9 and 10,” ETV reported.

Hieromonk Father Seraphim Johns “explained that a decision needed to be made early in the year regarding the festival when COVID-19 was still a large concern. With that in mind, the decision was made to host the Greek Festival Express, a condensed celebration focusing on the delicious food,” ETV noted.

Visitors to the church “were able to purchase a platter with a main dish and sides to go. There were three entrees to choose from, including a gyro, souvlaki and Greek chicken. The four side dishes were Greek rice pilaf, two dolmathes, one tiropita and fasolia. The festival’s iconic baked goods were also available for purchase,” according to ETV.

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