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Now is the Time for All things Greek!

Today is the opening of the 60th annual Greek Festival: food,music, dance, costumes, food and more food!  This will be our 15th year of gobbling Greek, everything from Dolmades to Kataife for three days straight.  The music and dancing are lovely, too, and don’t miss the Greek Grocery Store –be sure to get a jar of their sensational Greek Salad dressing.  And take a gander at the Market!  Best of all, eat, drink, and be merry!   Kali Orexi !                                        You’ll find it all at the Hellenic Center, 14 W. Anderson St.   


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BBQ, Brews and Bluegrass

The Next Generation hosts its 2nd annual BBQ, Brew & Bluegrass fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 2, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum. BBQ from Smokin’ Pig and Whistle Stop Cafe, and Bluegrass by the Jimmy Wolling Band. Lots of rides and other kid-friendly stuff!  Plus arts & crafts and more. Adults $20/person. Kids 12 and younger are FREE!

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SCAD International Festival Offers Global Munching

Along with music, fashion, dance and art, SCAD’s International Festival features  plenty of  international tastes.  Dishes from Morocco, Mexico, the Middle East and several of Asian countries are among the tasty delicacies of the day, offered at affordable prices.  11 am to 3 pm, on Broughton St., between Lincoln and Abercorn.   Saturday, April 2.

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Eat Healthy and Save Money!

The Market at Trustees Garden, now open Wednesdays from 4 to 7 pm and Saturdays from 9 am to 3 pm, provides wonderful produce and dairy products brought in by local growers. It’s healthier and tastier than anything that’s sitting in the supermarket or worse,  sitting in a delivery truck, and it’s much more affordable since you’re not paying for trucking fees, middle-men and what have you. Not only good food there, but live music, arts & crafts, health and wellness info and cooking demonstrations! Go, have fun, and eat well! You’ll find everything from locally laid eggs and local cheeses, to arugula, red and green peppers, sprouts, Swiss chard, onions, Buttercrunch lettuce (our favorite), tomatoes, strawberries and more.

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Art, Music, Good Eats and more!

TASTE, at 3 pm, Sat., April 4, offers art, music, live performances and great local cuisine. What more could anyone want?  Event takes place at M.E.A.T., 2333 Louisville Road. For more info, call 912-604-1889. Enjoy!

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