|Saturday||12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm|
|Sunday||1pm, 3pm, 4pm|
Performances take place on the 31st Avenue dance stage.
Cappella Romana is a professional vocal ensemble that performs early and contemporary sacred classical music in the Christian traditions of East and West. Performance will be held in the Cathedral on Saturday, October 1st at 3:00 PM.
Learn to make Greek dishes and desserts from George Papas, author of: "The Art of Greek Cooking." Saturday and Sunday only, 1:00 pm. Admission is 4 talents.
Imported crafts and gifts from Greece: Rugs, Decor, Textiles, Ethnic Jewelry, Hand Knit Sweaters, Fisherman Hats and T-shirts.
Traditional, Byzantine and modern designs imported from Greece.
Gourment Imports: fine cheeses, olives, olive oil, pastas, herbs and spices, preserves, nuts, and more.
Face painting, coloring, games and more!
|Friday||1pm – 6pm|
|Saturday||10pm – 6pm|
|Sunday||11pm – 4pm|
Dedicated to preserving and sharing the Hellenic-American experience in Oregon and Southwest Washington, HACCM celebrates the rich cultural traditions brought to this region by the Hellenes, immigrants from Greece. Admission is free.
|Friday||10am – 8pm|
|Saturday||10am – 8pm|
|Sunday||11am – 8pm|
|Service of Great Vespers||5pm|
|Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom||9:30am|
|Byzantine Music Recital by Cathedral Choir||3pm|
Trip to Greece
(An Azumano Travel gift card will be awarded)
(some restrictions apply, valued at $2500)
Large Smart LED HDTV
Electra Cruiser Bike
Drawing at 8:00 pm, Sunday, October 2
$1 donation per ticket or 25 tickets for $20
Pastitsio, dolmathes, keftethes, green beans yiahni, salata, bread and dessert
Served Friday/Saturday 11:00am-8pm
1/2 roasted chicken with lemon, manestra, green beans yiahni, salata, bread and dessert
Served Sunday 11am-7pm
Pastitsio (meatless), green beans yiahni, spanakopita, salata, bread and desert
|Children under 12||$6|
Dinner tickets are available at the information booth or at the door.
Talents are $1 each
Fast Favorites Served in the Kafenion & Taverna Tents
|Lamb tickets are available outside at the Dinner Ticket Booth||9 talents|
|Assorted Pastries||2 talents|
|Loukoumades - Small||3 talents|
|Loukoumades - Large||4 talents|
|American Coffee||1 talents|
|Greek Coffee||2 talents|
|Frappe (iced Greek coffee)||4 talents|
|Sodas and Bottled Water||1 talents|
|Pita Bread, Hummus & Vegetables||5 talents|
|Cheese & Olive Sampler||6 talents|
|Greek Pasta Salad & Bread||6 talents|
|Greek Village Salad & Bread||6 talents|
|Hummus 12oz||6 talents|
|Spanakopita (1 each)||3 talents|
|Tiropita (1 each)||3 talents|
|Micro Brew||6 talents|
|Soda / bottled water||1 talents|
|Package of 6||$10|
|Package of 8||$12|
|Combination (variety of 7)||$11|
|Bougasta (package of 6 and 8)||$10 and $12|
|Diples (package of 4)||$8|
|Koulourakia||$8 per dozen|
|Paximadia||$8 per dozen|
|Tsoureki (sweetened bread)||$10|
Delicately thin pastry leaves (filo) spread with butter and filled with a walnut/spice mixture and topped with syrup.
A custard type filling in filo. Topped with honey, cinnamon and powdered sugar.
A delicate butter and egg pastry deep-fried and dipped in honey. Sprinkled with spices and nuts.
Kadaifi dough with butter, chopped walnuts, cinnamon and cloves, topped with a honey syrup.
Spiced walnut honey cake.
An all butter and egg braided cookie. Not overly sweet and good with coffee.
A braided cookie make with pure vegetable shortening and spices.
An all-butter and egg yolk shortbread-type cookie flavored with brandy and dusted heavily with powdered sugar.
An orange-flavored cookie spiced with cinnamon. Dipped in honey and sprinkled with nuts.
An all-butter cookie with an apricot filling.
Choose one of the three flavors of this Greek biscuit: orange, amaretto or anise.
Rolled filo with walnuts and spice mixture, topped with honey syrup and chocolate.
Braided sweet bread, make with eggs, milk, sugar, and butter.
When the first Greek immigrants came the Northwest in the late 1800s to work in fishing, lumber, railroad and other jobs, they established the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in southeast Portland. After they moved to a larger church on 32nd and NE Glisan in 1952, they needed to find a way to pay off the mortgage. The ladies decided to help by holding a bazaar featuring their handwork, food, pastries, music and dances from their homeland. This was the beginning of what is now known as the Portland Greek Festival.
After six decades, The Greek Festival has become one of the largest festivals of its kind, sharing our Greek Orthodox faith and rich culture with over 15,000 guests annually. The festival is an iconic event in the Portland Metropolitan area and has been designated as an Oregon Heritage Tradition by the Oregon Heritage Commission. Each year a portion of proceeds from the festival go toward worthy philanthropic endeavors in the greater Portland community.