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Charleston's Greek Festival is back on after the flooding

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OPA! The Greek Fall Festival has been rescheduled for Friday through Sunday, October 16-18 in downtown Charleston. The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church originally planned to host the three day celebration of Greek culture, faith and food the first weekend of October. The church had to reschedule the event due to the severe weather and flooding. 

Everything is back on for the festival, including the food, music, and dancing. You can fill up on Gyros, Souvlaki and Baklava, enjoy the live music and learn a Greek dance. You can shop the vendors to take home a souvenir and try wine tastings or Greek beer. The church also opens its doors for tours.

Parking around the church at 30 Race Street is very limited, but the festival does offer free shuttle service to and from a parking area on Lockwood Blvd. You're encouraged to use the MUSC Employee Parking (Lockwood and BB Lots) behind Crosby's Seafood, next to the Marriott hotel. The shuttle will carry you to the festival.

  • General admission is $5 
  • Seniors and Students, $3
  • Children 12 & under, FREE
  • All Active Duty Military, FREE

For more information, click here.

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