May 10, 2014 Celebrating its 44th year, the three-day Charleston Greek Festival offered attendees the chance to take part in a decades-old tradition of culture and entertainment. Featuring two bands performing Greek music, folk dance performances, cultural exhibits and shops, the festival offered something for the whole family. Attendees also had a chance to dig into dishes of authentic fare, including mousaka, gyro, kebob and more, and sip on Greek wines and beverages. The festival was again held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.
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