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The 15th Annual Santa Fe Greek Festival, hosted by the St. Elias the Prophet Greek Orthodox Church, is scheduled to take place in a new location with new dates and times.
This year’s festival will be from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
This is a festive and lively event and a way to experience Greek culture in Santa Fe, enjoy Greek food, music and dancing.
“We are very excited because this year we are moving our Greek Festival to a larger venue that has better kitchen facilities and more viewing area for everyone to see the Greek band and Greek dancers,” said Kerry Tramontanas, festival chairman and treasurer of St. Elias the Prophet Greek Orthodox Church.
“We are also expanding the festival from one day to two days and we will have beer and wine available for the first time.”
“We have recruited many of the Santa Fe restaurant owners and chefs who are of Greek descent to create a new menu for the festival this year,” said Violet Santikos-Frank, advertising chair for this year’s festival.
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