Check Out Greek Festival

Dated: 05/23/2017

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Photo Credit:  " © Dan Milham Photography"

Come enjoy the excitement at this year’s Greek Festival to be held on May 26-28, 2017 at 1200 Robert E. Lee Boulevard, located on the grounds of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral. You can expect 3 fun-filled days of Greek music and dance performances, delicious authentic Greek food with cooking demonstrations, tours of the cathedral, a toga contest on Sunday and much more. Tickets are $7 if purchased before May 12 and increase to $8 thereafter. This year there will be a weekend pass called a Blue Pass for just $17 that covers admission for the 3 days of the festival. You must purchase this online and if you do not use it every day, you may give it to someone else to use. For additional information on tickets, please see the following link:

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Sharon Schech

Born and raised in Covington, Louisiana, Sharon has been involved in Real Estate since 2006 in some fashion. Whether flipping homes or being a landlord to even building her own home, it has played a ....

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