PRLog - May 9, 2012 - HUMBOLDT, Ariz. -- Greek to Me Gourmet is donating exotic flavors of it's gourmet baklava to St. George Church of Prescott's Gyro Booth. The booth is fundraising for the welfare of the church and Greek to Me Gourmet is happy to help out.
Come visit Georgia and I at the booth on Saturday and Sunday, from 8am-12pm. Come for lunch and stay for dessert.
St. George Church is a growing parish. While many missions and churches are experiencing a decline in membership, commitment and giving, St. George is growing by the grace of God. Infants, Toddlers, Children, Teens, College students, Singles, young families, professionals, empty-nesters, older couples, widows, widowers and seniors all call St. George their spiritual home. In short, we have made the Lord’s house in Prescott a comfortable and welcome home for all.
Territorial Days is an all day event. Make sure you visit all the festivities. The annual "funtastic" Territorial Days celebration comes to the courthouse plaza Saturday and Sunday, bringing with it the traditional arts and crafts extravaganza the Prescott Chamber of Commerce lines up each year.
Nearly 150 artisans and craftsmen will be offering a wide variety of gifts, collectibles, decorative items, packaged gourmet food items, metal art, unique furniture and clothing, as well as useful wares and handy tools for house and yard.
Amid the array, food vendors will be selling everything from tamales and burritos to gyros to chocolate confections, cheesecake-on-
For those who want to start the day with a hearty breakfast, the Tri-City Lions Club will be serving pancakes, ham, juice and coffee during its popular Territorial Days Pancake Breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to noon. The breakfast takes place at the First Congregational Church at Alarcon and Gurley streets.
Music is on the bill of fare, too, with In-Folk-Us entertaining at the timeline on the south side of the courthouse from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Territorial Days runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.