DATES & HOURS

 

September 19, 20, 21, 22

 

Thursday: 11am-9pm

Friday: 11am-11pm

Saturday: 11am-11pm

Sunday: Noon-9pm

 

RAIN OR SHINE!

 

Opa! It's time for the 2019 Greek Affair!  The community of Saint Luke Greek Orthodox Church is proud to host this Philadelphia area tradition, which is now in its 42nd year.  This premier Greek festival features amazing authentic Greek food, delicious sweets and pastries, traditional folk dancing, live Greek music, rides and amusements, a flea market (Monastiraki), boutiques and church tours. 

 

SEPTEMBER19-22
2019

Food & Drink!

Make no mistake… 

The Greek Affair is all about the great food!

 

Authentic Greek Food

 

Shish Kebob

Pastichio

Moussaka

Stuffed Peppers

Lamb Shanks

Avgolemono Soup

Spanakopita

Tiropita

Gyro

Dolmades

Greek Salad

Calamari

Keftedes

Pita Pizza

Greek Fries       

 

Sweets & Coffee House

 

Loukoumades

Baklava

Galaktoboureko

Kataifi

Finikia

Kourambiedes

Koulourakia

Pasta Flora

Revani

Karithopita

Tsoureki

 

Ice Cream

Greek Coffee

American Coffee

Iced Frappe

 

 

Live Greek Music!

The fresh rhythms and beats of Atlantis will fill the night air. Dance, sing and if the spirit moves you, yell “OPA!”.  Come feel what the excitement is all about! 

 

Traditional Folk Dancing

Greek dance is a very old tradition, being referred to by ancient authors such as Plato, Aristotle and Plutarch. There are different styles and interpretations from all of the islands and surrounding mainland areas. Each region formed its own choreography and style to fit in with their own ways. For example, island dances have more of a "watery" flow to them, while Pontic dancing closer to Black Sea, is very sharp. There are over 4000 traditional dances that come from all regions of Greece. There are also Pan Hellenic dances, which have been adopted throughout the Greek world. These include the tsamiko, syrtos, and kalamatianos. 

The Greek Affair will be hosting dance troupes from surrounding Greek communities.  Performances are scheduled throughout the weekend.  Come and enjoy the music, traditional costumes and dances of Greece!

Schedule of Dance Performances:

Friday, September 20

7:00-St. Luke Ellinakia

7:30-St. Luke Olympians 

Saturday, September 21

6:30-St. Luke Ellinakia

7:00-St. Luke Olympians 

7:30-St. Demetrios, Upper Darby

8:00-Pan Macedonians Dancers

 Sunday, September 22

3:30-St. Sophia, Jeffersonville, PA

4:00-St. George, Media

4:30-St. Luke Ellinakia

5:00-St. Luke Olympians

 

Entertainment

Directions

 

From Philadelphia

Follow 95 South to Blue Route 476 North. Exit on  Upper Darby/Broomall Exit 9. Follow to top of ramp and make right on Rt. 3 (West Chester Pike).   Pass Rt. 320 and make right on Malin Road.  St. Luke’s is on the Right.

From Central Montgomery County and King of Prussia

Take Route 476 Southbound and merge right onto Exit 9 toward Broomall/Newtown Square.  Continue westbound onto West Chester Pike.  Follow West Chester Pike past Route 320, Sproul Road.  Turn right at the first traffic light onto North Malin Road.  Continue a quarter mile down North Malin Road and find St. Luke’s on your right hand side

From Delaware

Take I 95 Northbound to Blue Route 476 North. Merge right onto Exit 9 at Broomall/Upper Darby.  Follow exit toward the top of the ramp and turn left at the traffic light onto West Chester Pike.  Follow West Chester Pike past Route 320, Sproul Road.  Turn right at the first traffic light onto North Malin Road.  Continue a quarter mile down North Malin Road and find St. Luke’s on your right hand side.

From West Chester

Follow Route 3, West Chester Pike, eastbound past Route 252.  Continue eastbound on West Chester Pike until North Malin Road.  Turn left onto North Malin Road and continue a quarter mile to find St. Luke’s on your right hand side.

Directions

If you have a question please call or email us:

Phone: 610.353.1592

Email: the-greek-affair@comcast.net

WWW.THEGREEKAFFAIR.COM | ST. LUKE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH, 35 N. MALIN RD., BROOMALL, PA  ~ 610.353.1592

Church Tours

During the Greek Affair, there will be tours of  the sanctuary.  Tour guides will provide specialized lectures about the history of the Eastern Orthodox Church which traces its origin to the day of the Pentecost.

 

Tour Schedule

Friday:               1:00pm, 7:00pm

Saturday:           2:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Sunday:             1:00pm, 3:00pm, 5:00pm

RIDES & AMUSEMENTS

 

Thursday: 6pm-9pm

Friday 6pm-10:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 2:00pm-10:00pm

 

 

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT

 

10% OFF LUNCH

Thursday & Friday  11 am-2 pm, Indoor Restaurant

Monastiraki

Take home a little bit of Greece..

Choose from our many Boutique shops and take home a Greek treasure. Art, ceramics, jewelry, icons, apparel, souvenirs, music, creative gifts, artisan olive oil, preserves, honey, handmade soaps and so much more!

Boutiques

Shop like an Athenian!

Monastiraki is a flea market neighborhood in the old town of Athens, Greece, and is one of the principal shopping districts in Athens.  Shopping in Athens is a favorite pastime for tourists and Athenians and one of the best places to buy is the Flea Market at Monastiraki!

The Greek Affair is pleased to present their own Monastiraki. Come explore, wander around aimlessly in search of that hidden treasure.  Every member of the family will find something to loveMom will enjoy shopping for jewelry, fashion handbags, and fine collectibles. Dad’s treasure hunt may be for antique comic books, tools, or belt buckles. And the kids will delight in books, toys, baseball cards and vintage board games.

 

All items sold at the Monastiraki are donated to St. Luke by the community.

  If you would like more information on making donations,

email the-greek-affair@comcast.net.

 

 

Beverages

 

Domestic and Greek Wines

Domestic and Greek Beer

Retsina

Ouzo

Masticha Liqueur (from the island of Chios)