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Greek Festival coming up Feb. 21-23


Special to the Miami Herald

Saint Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral on Coral Way and 24th Road will hold its annual cultural festival on Feb. 21, 22, and 23 to celebrate Hellenic heritage and customs.

Aside from traditional Greek dishes like spinach pies, lamb and stuffed grape leaves, there will be expert cooking demonstrations and tours of the church, 2401 SW Third Ave.

There will also be a taverna, wine bar and Greek music using instruments like the bouzouki. Folk dancers wearing ethnic costumes will perform.

Admission is $7 for adults, free for children under 12.

For information, call the church office at 305-854-2922.

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