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Yia Mas Upcoming Online Events

November 10, 2020

NEW YORK – On Wednesday, November 11, 7:30 PM EST, Yia Mas presents the Virtual Bakaliko, a free Greek wine and food pairing event with co-hosts and resident wine experts Eklektikon and Greek Wine School to share about traditional and dynamic Greek wines, as well as answer questions.  

Register online: https://www.yia-mas.com/events/bakaliko 

Upon registration, you will be sent a suggested list of wine and food. You can choose as few or as many as you like for this low-key, fun, and educational event.  

For those interested in getting your groove on Greek style, the next Greek Dance Club is November 24, just in time to get some pre-Thanksgiving exercise in. Yia Mas Founder Kristina Headrick said, “So far these have been SO much fun. I'm looking forward to infusing this one with CRETAN dances so we'll get our cardio in.” Registration is required for the Greek Dance Club: https://www.yia-mas.com/events/greek-dance-club-october

Yia Mas is also offering 15% off everything on the site through TONIGHT (November 9) at midnight with the code DEMOCRACY. 

More information is available online: https://www.yia-mas.com/

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