Festivals & Dances

St. Demetrios Greek Festival sets record – Part 1

May is Greek festival season around the Delaware Valley. From south Jersey to Northeast Philadelphia, the Greek community gets together each weekend for more than 5 weeks, to roll up it’s sleeves, cook, dance and sing and share Greek culture. At St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox church in Upper Darby, the fun went on all weekend (May 17,18,19,20). Record numbers showed up and consumed all this festival had to offer from, food, drink and lottery tickets that benefit the church.

Under the big tent and in the church hall, food, music and art were provided as you walked around sharing a friendly greeting with friends and relatives. Our photographer: Eleftherios Kostans, captured much of the excitement in this two part photo essay. Congratulations to St. Demetrios and it’s wonderful staff.

2 thoughts on “St. Demetrios Greek Festival sets record – Part 1

  1. John [Ioannis]

    May 24, 2012

    Hello from John in Greece.
    I like to be there but is so far from me.I want to send all my greetings to all the poeoples there .Have a great weekend.

  2. Kostas Makris

    May 25, 2012

    Hello there,

    Can someone mail me a Philly cheese stake sandwich over here so these dummies will get an idea what is all about……oh by the way …I live on Rhodes Island HELLAS no up north east…..
    Enjoy the weekend HELLINES (no more Greeks) try it …you will get used to it…..
    Ante kalo kalokairi !!!!!!!

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