Summer kicks off with Wilmington Greek Festival

     photo courtesy Holy Trinity Greek Festival

    photo courtesy Holy Trinity Greek Festival

    For 40 years the Holy Trinity Greek Festival has been a tradition in Wilmington.

    From Tuesday, through Saturday, June 6th festival goers can experience traditional Greek food, music and dance.

    Started in 1977, the Greek Festival continued to grow through the 80’s and 90’s making it an annual right of passage into summer in Delaware.

    This year the festival has made it easier than ever to enjoy traditional foods like pastichio (Greek lasagna), moussaka (eggplant, potato and beef casserole) or spanakopita (spinach pie).  If you’re craving the food and want to grab a quick lunch then download the new app or order online and swing by to pick up your order.

    The festival runs from 11am-11pm and admission is free.

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