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Ethnic Food Festivals in New England

Ethnic Food Festivals in New England
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September 11-13
Glendi 2009

St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral & Greek Cultural Center
22 St. George Road, off Main St.
Springfield, MA
413-737-1496
stgeorgecath.org/glendi.htm
Food, music, dancing, art and cultural exhibits, kids’ activities, cathedral and chapel tours, Greek vendors, and more great food.

September 18-20
Glendi Greek Culture & Heritage Festival

St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral
650 Hanover St.
Manchester, NH
603-622-9113
Glendi schedule
The largest Greek fest north of Boston features three large tents of food, from lamb dinners and real gyros (lamb and beef) to spinach pie and baklava (walnut or pecan).

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One Response to Ethnic Food Festivals in New England

  1. bob mccarthy April 27, 2009 at 5:06 pm #

    July 24 – 26th at the Lowell (MA) Folk Festival chow down on Polish, Asian, Jamaican, Portuguese, Thai, Laotian, Greek, Armenian, Soul, Filipino, Latino, and Middle Eastern food in addition to enjoying non stop ethnic music at 6 venues and art/crafts. (Free admission.) http://www.lowellfolkfestival.org/

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