This is Lori Cain, and although I'm not a Tulsa native, I moved here immediately after graduating from college - and happy to call Tulsa "home." One of the things I love about Tulsa is its cultural diversity and how it is shared in our community. Of course one of the best ways to share our cultures is through festivals, and Tulsa offers a wide variety.
Tulsa Greek Festival: Tulsa's Oldest Ethnic Festival
When: September 19-21, 2013
Where: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 1206 South Guthrie, Tulsa
(south of the Broken Arrow Expressway, between Denver and Houston Streets).
Sponsored by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church (Holy Trinity), the Tulsa Greek Festival features a wide variety of activities – dining from a menu full of delicious home-cooked Greek foods, ethnic dancing, shopping for home-made Greek pastries, Greek jewelry and gifts, and imported foods. Visit http://tulsagreekfestival.com/ for more information!
- Twitter: @TulsaGreekFest or @LoriCainRE
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tulsagreekfestival
- Email: [email protected]