Kansas City's 51st Annual Greek Food Festival Sept. 7-9
Portion of Event Proceeds to Benefit Annunciation Ladies Philoptochos Society
Located on the church grounds at 120th Street and Wornall Road, the festival, entertainment and parking are free.
The Greek Food Festival features traditional homemade Greek delicacies including soulvakia, gyros, domathes, spanakopitas, baklava and much more.
Imported Greek items from gold jewelry to embroidered clothing to traditional icons will be available for sale in the gift shop.
Dance groups will demonstrate traditional folk dances and invite festivalgoers to join in the fun. The Festival will also offer children’s activities.
The festival is open Friday 6-10 p.m.; Saturday Noon-10 p.m. and Sunday Noon to 6 p.m.
Showtimes for performances of traditional Greek dancing are throughout all three days, as are tours of the historic church sanctuary.
The popular event was nominated in 2012 for the third consecutive year as Favorite Ethnic/Heritage Festival or Event in the Visitors’ Choice Awards conducted by the Kansas City Convention and Visitors Association.
A portion of Event Proceeds to Benefit Annunciation Ladies Philoptochos Society.
Detailed festival information may be found on the festival’s Web site at http://www.greekfoodfest.org, on Facebook (Annunciation Greek Food Fest) or by calling the festival hotline at 816-942-9100.
Page Updated Last on: Sep 04, 2012