Greek Festival in Charlotte NC’s Dilworth Neighborhood September 8th through 11th


The 2011 Yiasou Greek Festival is next weekend in the Dilworth area of Charlotte (just outside of Uptown) at 600 East Blvd on the grounds of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral.

Food, entertainment, culture, shopping and an all around great time get started as the Festival kicks off next Thursday September 8th at 11am.

What: The 34th Annual Yiasou Greek Festival

When: September 8th through September 11th, 2011
The festival’s hours are:
11am-9pm Thursday September 8th
11am-10pm Friday
September 9th
11am-10pm Saturday September 10th
12pm-8pm on Sunday September 11th


Admission is $2 per person (kids 12 and under are free)

To check out the menu – Greek Festival Menu in Charlotte NC

The event website- Greek Festival in Charlotte NC September 2011


This is such a great local event, if you’re looking for something to do next week/weekend be sure to check out the Greek Festival!



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About dianemcdermott

Joyfully divorced, Diane is passionate about sharing her story, experience, wisdom and insight from this beautifully brutal life. Passionate about heartfelt connection in all areas of her life she is a public introvert and most enjoys connecting with and spending quality time with friends, chosen family and clients that are uplifting and inspiring. Her core values of connection, humor, integrity, authentic alignment influence all aspects of her life. She is intentional in all that she does. Diane is the founder and owner of Between the Lines LLC Ghostwriting Services and McDermott Real Estate LLC
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