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Just call me your Budget Barista. I have been married for 20 years to the best man on this planet. He's sweet, caring, kind, but most of all he makes me laugh. We have Three adorable kids. A beautiful sweet pea girl, A 'superman' boy, and a love bug baby girl. We just love that we live where people vacation...where the ocean meets the sky. We live a wonderful life. I love my life and I thank Christ for giving it to me. Some random things about me are I enjoy baking, quilting, paper crafting, jewelry making, scrapbooking, and loving on my family. I am a Princess in the Kingdom of the King of Kings, diet coke drinking baby kisser. We are a homeschooling family but are part of a hybrid program where the children attend a 'classroom' 2 days a week and we do the rest at home. It's a blast. We also love to vacation and explore God's world around us. I think that's enough for now. :-)

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Friday, May 20, 2011

OC Greek Festival- May 20-22, 2011, Kids under 12 FREE, so is parking!

OC Greek Festival St. John's Greek Orthodox Church

You have to try the food...For those of you not familiar with Greek food here are the ones you NEED to try. Gyros: Soft pita stuffed with hot lamb, yogurt and onions. Feta Fries: Fried in olive oil crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, covered in feta cheese, garlic salt and lemon juice. Moussaka: Baked minced lamb, sliced eggplant, and tomatoes. Baklava Arich, sweet pastry made of layers of phyllo dough filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey. Melomakarona: honey-soaked cookies. Chocolate Trigona: Layers of filo shaped into a triangle, filled with ground walnuts, dipped in chocolate. Fee tickets, free bus shuttle, great music and dance what more could you ask for. 

This year the OC Greek Festival at St. John's Church in Anaheim is bigger and better than ever. The church recently acquired adjacent property and has has expanded the Greek Festival to include carnival rides. St. John's now hosts the largest Greek Festival in the southland. The Greek Festival is all about food and there will be plenty on hand. While you dine you can watch traditional Greek folk dancers and dance groups. 

The OC Greek Fest will be held on: May 20, 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm- Saturday, May 21, Noon – 11:00 pm- Sunday, May 22, Noon – 10:00 pm

OC Greek Festival St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church 405 N. Dale St., Anaheim
Admission: $3.00 Regular Admission BUT click on coupon above for one FREE admission. Children Under 12 FREE.  Free to all Military, Police and Fire Personnel (with ID) Seniors Admitted Free. Parking and Free Shuttle (to and from OC Greek Fest) at Buena Park Mall—Dale St. and La Palma Ave.—Shuttle Stop located behind Wal-Mart.
For a printable flyer and coupon click here