MAY 9 · 10 · 11, 2014
Landolt Pavillion, Clear Lake Park
Seabrook, Texas

Presented by the St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church

Enjoy a Taste of Greek Culture! Come be Greek for a Day! OPA!

Clear Lake, TX – For twenty-one years, the Clear Lake Greek Festival has brought a touch of Greece straight to the Clear Lake area! Held in early May (usually Mother’s Day weekend), the annual event features authentic cuisine, live dancers, an outdoor kafenio, and plenty of family-friendly activities. The Clear Lake Greek Festival is St. John’s largest fund raiser and all proceeds benefit the Parish to fund upkeep of the Church and the many Ministries we provide. The festival gives us the opportunity to share our Greek Heritage with the Clear Lake area and the surrounding communities.

 

Food and Fun!

At this event visitors can enjoy delicious Greek cuisine and beverages, dance performances and unique Greek gifts. Best of all, you get to hang out with some really great people! Last year we had over 3,000 visitors and we plan to top that number this year! Don’t miss your chance to support a Parish that has been a strong presence in the Clear Lake area for 21 years.


Hours and Admission

Friday, May 9th:
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm $3 for Adults & FREE for children 12 & under
HAPPY HOUR FROM 4 – 6! Greek beer & wine will be half price! OPA!

Saturday, May 10th:
11:00am -10:00pm - $3 for Adults & FREE for children 12 & under

Sunday, May 11th:
11:00am - 6:00pm - $3 for Adults & FREE for children 10 & under
Mothers get in FREE when accompanied by their kids

Greek Food Made by
Real Greeks

 

Taste buds can savor the variety of Greek food and Pastries available, including: Our famous gyros, tyropitas (cheese pie), spanakopitas (spinach pie), Greek rotisserie chicken, pork souvlaki skewers, loukoumades (fritters in honey and cinnamon), and baklava.

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         For more information, please contact:
         Sylvia Mourtakos
         832.865.1289
         smourtakos@sbcglobal.net
If emailing, please put "2014 Clear Lake Festival" in the subject line.