The 17th annual St. George Greek Oktoberfest, one of the year’s most anticipated cultural events in Stark County, will bring the sights, smells and sounds of Greece to Massillon for two fun-filled days. The format changed, yet scheduled for Oct. 2-3 at the St. George Cultural Center, 364 First St. SE, Massillon, the event will continue to feature a delectable selection of Greek cuisine and pastries, cultural entertainment through our infectious Greek dances and rhythms, and educational Church tours.
Drive-thru meal pick-up:
Friday Oct.2: 11am-1:30pm and 4-7pm
Saturday Oct. 3: 4-7pm
This year’s menu although limited, includes a baked pasta dish called pastitsio, along with other favorites like gyros, souvlaki, and moussaka. Save room for delicious Greek pastries, baked by the ladies of St. George’s Philoptochos Society. St. George also is pleased to announce the performances by our very own Dance Troupe which can only be experienced by reserving a table on the following site: https://greekoktoberfest.square.site/
In the spacious, comfortable environs of the Cultural Center, visitors will be able to enjoy Greek food, drinks and pastries, Greek dancing. Admission, parking and entertainment is free. The public also will have an opportunity to learn more about Orthodox Christian beliefs, worship, and icons through tours of the church building. St. George is a parish of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, Metropolis of Pittsburgh. To learn more, visit the parish’s Facebook page for the festival send an e-mail to [email protected], or call 330-832-3622 and leave a message.