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A HOLIDAY FANTASY OF TREES - Decorated Trees, Greek Cuisine and Pastry, Raffle, Holiday Marketplace, Santa’s Workshop, Live Entertainment, Holiday Treats

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A HOLIDAY FANTASY OF TREES - Decorated Trees, Greek Cuisine and Pastry, Raffle, Holiday Marketplace, Santa’s Workshop, Live Entertainment, Holiday Treats

Time: November 13, 2022 from 11am to 5pm
Location: Saint Barbara Greek Orthodox Church
Street: 480 Racebrook Rd.
City/Town: Orange
Website or Map: https://www.saintbarbara.org/
Phone: 2037951347
Event Type: holiday, shopping, event
Organized By: St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church
Latest Activity: Oct 31, 2022

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he Ladies Philoptochos Society of Saint Barbara Greek Orthodox Church will present its 9th annual A HOLIDAY FANTASY OF TREES on November 12 and 13, 2022, in the Social Hall of Saint Barbara Greek Orthodox Church at 480 Racebrook Road in Orange. This 2-day celebration features holiday treats, music, mouthwatering Greek cuisine, and a raffle of beautifully decorated trees, wreaths, urns, and gifts. Get a jump on your shopping at our Holiday Marketplace, which includes new and many returning vendors. Hours: 11am-7pm Sat., 11am-5pm Sun. Free admission, free onsite parking. In support  of Connecticut Food Share, we are asking attendees to bring a non-perishable food item to help feed our hungry neighbors in Connecticut.

 

A HOLIDAY FANTASY OF TREES offers something for everyone, including:

  • Holiday Raffle – beautifully decorated trees, urns, wreaths, gifts, and services sponsored/donated by area businesses (Drawing Sunday, Nov 13 at 4:30 pm (Need not be present to win)
  • Greek Cuisine – Spanakopita (spinach cheese pie), Pastitsio (layers of ground beef, macaroni, and a soufflé topping), Moussaka (layered eggplant baked with seasoned ground beef, topped with a béchamel sauce), Avgolemeno (egg-lemon chicken) Soup, Keftedes (Greek meatballs), Chicken Souvlaki, and Greek Salad
  • Sweet Shoppe – Greek pastries and holiday treats featuring Baklava (filo, nuts, and butter topped with syrup), Kourabiedes (shortbread dusted with powdered sugar), Finikia (light, syrup-dunked walnut cookie), Koulourakia (braided cookie topped with sesame seeds), Ryzogalo (creamy rice pudding), and more
  • Holiday Marketplace – Area Vendors present great gifts for the holidays!
  • Wine Tasting – Stappa Vineyard features its wine Sat. Nov 12, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Dance and Musical Performances Little Wing Adaptive Ballet (Sat), Lee Lund Studio of Dance (Sun), Suzuki School of Music (Sat/Sun)
  • Santa’s Workshop –Take Photos with Santa (Rick George) (1:00 to 4:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday)
  • Food Drive – Drop-off site for Connecticut Food Share food collection
  • Free Admission and Free Parking

 

(sponsored by The Milford Bank, Porch & Patio, ABCO The Paperman, Stappa Vineyard, and Nicholson Associates Insurance)

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