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Vasilopita Event with Daughters of Penelope and Greek Girls Kitchen, Jan. 9

December 10, 2021

PATERSON, NJ – The Daughters of Penelope (DOP) Chryssida Chapter 438 of Union County and Greek Girls Kitchen present an in-person and virtual Vasilopita event on Sunday, January 9, 2-5 PM, at Kontos Foods, 100 6th Avenue in Paterson, NJ. Join celebrity chefs (and DOP sisters) Sophia Manatakis and Melina Milionis back in their favorite kitchen at Kontos Foods.

Seating is limited to 60 seats for the in-person event.

Price: $60 in-person at Kontos Foods, $30 Virtual.

The event includes baskets and door prizes.

For those who cannot make it to the event, please consider taking a chance on the great prizes. New prizes added daily.

Link provided via email one day and one hour before the event. Registration required for both options.

More information is available via email: dopenelope438@gmail.com

Partial proceeds from fundraisers benefit Daughter of Penelope National Projects, The Daughters of Penelope Chryssida Chapter 438 of Union County Scholarship Fund, and other causes.

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