Greece is the word as St. Spyridon festival returns

Sheboygan’s third annual “Taste of Greece” event will be held Saturday, March 3 at Breaking Bread Banquet Hall. Organized by Sheboygan’s Greek Fest sponsors,

St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church, the one-day event will be a sampler of fest foods and include dancing and cooking demonstrations.

Doors will open at 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., and admission and parking are both free. Food and beverages will be available for purchase all day long. Breaking Bread is located at 6451 S. Business Dr.

The St. Spyridon Dancers will perform in costume at 11:30 and 2 p.m. and invite their audience to join them in learning some dance steps.

Cooking demonstrations will be at 12:30 and 3 p.m. and include how to prepare and bake cheese triangle hors d’oeuvres.

Members of the church and Breaking Bread staff will prepare a sampling of traditional festival foods including Greek chicken, spinach pie, gyros, Greek fries, seasoned cheese curds, and salad.

Greek kabobs will be available in a limited number. Back again this year will be pastitsio, a layered noodle and meat dish sometimes called “Greek Lasagne.”

Church bakers will also make a variety of Greek cookies and pastry. All will be available for purchase at a “food stand” presentation, with both tables for eating at the banquet hall and carryout an option.

St. Spyridon Church is one of the oldest Greek church structures in the country that still houses regular liturgy services. The annual Greek Fest is it’s other major fundraiser, now held the last weekend in June each year.

Information updates on both festivals, and Sunday services, can be found at

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