Greek Festival Guide

I asked earlier about a guide to Greek festivals in Pittsburgh this summer.

The guide is online here (pdf file; pdf reader required).

Next up: Greek Day at Kennywood, July 26. Followed by Greek festivals at Ypapanti (East Pittsburgh) (August 18-21), Annunciation (New Kensington) (August 21), Holy Trinity (Ambridge) (August25-27), and Holy Trinity (North Side) (August 31-September 4). Addresses, directions, and times are linked above.

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