The Greek Spring Festival is happening right now in Downtown Charleston.
The festival is back at the Greek Orthodox Church of Holy Trinity at 30 Race Street.
Traditional Greek foods sold will include dolmades (grape leaves stuffed with rice and meat), spanakopita (spinach and feta baked with layers of butter filo), pastichio (Greek lasagna), and keftedes (Greek meatballs).
You can also enjoy authentic Greek coffee at the "kafenion" or try a real Greek beer like Mythos or Alfa.
Come ready to move too, music and dancing are always a big hit at the Greek festival.
Live music from "A Night in Athens" featuring Nick Trivelas, George Antonopoulos, and Joanna will keep festival attendees entertained, along with daily dance performances from traditional Greek dancers.
There will also be plenty of shopping and Greek-themed goods available and an area for the kids with jump castles and face painting.
Entry fee is $5.00 for adults, Children 12 and under are $3.00 and all active military get in free.
A portion of the proceeds goes to local charities.
For more information, visit www.charlestongreekfestival.com.