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Head out to Fort Worth for a fabulous celebration of Greek culture at the 46th annual Fort Worth Greek Festival at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church!

You’ll be yelling “Opa!” for the live music and folk dancing. Of course, there will be Greek food galore with seated lunches from 11AM to 2:30PM, dinners from 5PM to 9PM, as well as food a la carte available all day. You’ll also be able to tour the church and shop for awesome Greek goodies!

Rain or shine, the 46th annual Fort Worth Greek Festival kicks off Friday, November 8th and runs through Sunday, November 10th. General admission is $1. Event times are 10AM to 10PM Friday and Saturday, and 11AM to 3PM Sunday (No seated dinner on Sunday). St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church is located at 2020 N.W. 21st Street in Fort Worth. You can find more information fortworthgreekfestival.com.

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