Thursday, May 5, 2011

Go Greek

18th Annual Clear Lake Greek Festival

Presented by St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church (& Clear Lake Greek Festival) at Clear Lake Park & Community Center

May 6-May 8, 2011
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Food, wine, dancing...what more could you want? Come join us at Clear Lake Park on Mother's Day weekend (May 6th -8th) for a truly unique experience, the 18th Annual Clear Lake Greek Festival!
Here's what we have to offer:
  • Traditional Greek food like gyros, souvlaki, Greek salad, pastichio, a variety of pastries, and SO much more
  • A coffee shop way cooler than your local Starbucks
  • Draft beer, 6 different kinds of wine, and homemade sangria
  • Rides for the children
  • Highly -disciplined Greek dancing machines (otherwise known as our Asteria dance group)
  • Imported food, clothing, and music
  • A place where you can finally say "OPA!" as often as you want
  • A comfortable, spacious environment to lounge and enjoy yourself!
  • Click here for more information about the great entertainment
 The event will be held at Clear Lake Park, located at 5001 NASA Pkwy, Seabrook, TX, 77586.
Festival hours are as follows:
Friday, May 6: 11am - 10pm
Saturday, May 7: 11am - 10pm
Sunday, May 8: 11am - 6pm

Buy your tickets online at

Also, don’t forget about our 1st Annual Toga 10K Fun Run this year! We encourage everyone to dress the toga theme! For registration info, go to, or contact us using the information in this listing.

See you there!
Come and join in the celebration of the 18th Anniversary of the Clear Lake Greek Festival.
A little bit of History:The beginnings of the Greek Orthodox community in Webster, TX began in 1993 with a small but growing Greek community.
We began the Greek Festival as a way to share our culture and heritage with our neighbors. At the Festival our neighbors can sample our food, our culture and visit our church see the awe inspiring Byzantine iconography. This three day festival takes the combined efforts of everyone in the church. The Ladies, young and old, will cook for weeks on end to get the pastries done just right. The men will build the infrastructures for the festival and also cook. Everybody works even the children!
The Greeks at one time had conquered the known world and excelled in philosophy, arts and medicine. They were also one of the first to accept Christ. The bible was written in Greek and the liturgy or service that was developed 2000 years ago is still practiced at St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church every Sunday in Webster. As you can guess we are proud of our church and our heritage and we welcome you!

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