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Bring the whole family as we share our Greek hospitality with all ages.
All proceeds from the festival benefit the Cathedral’s Ministries as well as local community charities.
He was the first Chairman in 1986 and he continued to chair it continuously for the first 15 years.
Bring your family and friends and have a 'Greek-Time'!
The Greek Festival, Tidewater’s oldest and largest ethnic festival, will include the traditional Greek cuisine, exciting Greek entertainment, arts and crafts, beautiful jewelry, tours of the Cathedral, and the very popular Drive-Thru.
Our Annual Greek Festival is made possible by the combined efforts of many volunteers – just like you!
The success of our festival depends on the support of all our parishioners.
Please set aside some time to help your Cathedral during this major once-a-year fundraiser.
Volunteer Registration For the Drive-Thru enter the circular drive in front of the Cathedral from Granby Street, hand your order (no substitutions allowed) to a waiting attendant, then drive forward to pick up your food and back onto Granby Street. Register by clicking the “Register Now” button below or by calling 635-8013 or 339-3296.
Classes run around 90 minutes, please arrive 15 minutes early. The Norfolk Greek Festival began as part of the 75th anniversary of the Annunciation Cathedral in 1986.
Its origin dates back to the early 1950’s when the Hellenic Woman’s Club (a leading organization of the Annunciation Cathedral) began operating its weekend bazaar.
The ladies of that organization spent endless hours selecting the most popular recipes for the delicious Greek foods and pastries that were served at the bazaar.Below are the men that had the vision to expand the “weekend bazaar” to the present Greek Festival of today.