PHOTO: The 'Thing to Do in Morris County with Kids': Big Greek Festival, June 9-11, to Attract Visitors From Northern New Jersey and Beyond
RANDOLPH, N.J./EWORLDWIRE/April 20, 2017 ---
In 2016, BIG GREEK FESTIVAL kicked off with an opening ceremony attended by legislators, dignitaries and honorable guests.
As in the previous 46 years, among the many attractions to BIG GREEK FESTIVAL are hot off the grills traditional dishes served both indoors and at the outdoor Taverna Grill & Bar - a contemporary take on a traditional Greek grill and bar.
An adult drink exclusively available at BIG GREEK FESTIVAL, the “BLUE GREEK,” is an Ouzo shot with a tropical sweet fruit flavor which sports a bright blue color.
Repeating the success for thrilled fans who attended last year, this year's schedule features outside presentations of Greek youth dancing in the Taverna.
Billboards showcasing BIG GREEK FESTIVAL are present throughout northern New Jersey.
Pre-opening begins with Friday lunch from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., with options to eat in or purchase take out selections.
Menus, a schedule of activities, directions and other details such as a coupon for free admission will be available at http://www.biggreekfestival.com.
Posters and free admission coupons are available for distribution to:
- Mayors and their staff
- Colleges and university student life offices including County College of Morris, Centenary College, Drew University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, St. Elizabeth's College, Sussex County College, Warren County College, Raritan County College
- Businesses, sponsors and partners
MEDIA: High resolution photos and video of previous festivals are available at http://www.biggreekfestival.com and by contacting email@example.com. See the Big Greek Festival TV ad at http://www.biggreekfestival.com.
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St. Andrew Greek Orthodox Church
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Legislators, local leaders attend opening ceremony (2016)