PALOS HILLS, IL — Go Greek this weekend at Palos Hills Greek Fest at Sts. Constantine and Helen Church, presented by the Danos family. An end-summer-tradition, the festival features three days of music, Greek cuisine, raffles, games for the kiddos and carnival rides from Friday, Aug. 16, through Saturday, Aug. 18. Admission for all three days is FREE.
This is Sts. Constantine and Helen Church’s major fundraiser of the year, supporting the parish ministries and K-8 Koreas School. The festival offers area residents to get acquainted with the parish and tour the beautiful church.
Palos Hills Greek Fest offers an expansive menu featuring souvlaki. Gyros, Greek chicken, tiropita, Spanakopita and saganaki. Parishioners have also been baking up a storm offering such Greek favorites such as baklava, Galaktobouriko, melomakarona, kourambiedes, loukoumades, frappe and other assorted pastries. A full bar including draft and premium domestic beers, Greek beer, Ouzo and Metaxa, wine, mixed and specialty drinks is also featured.
DJ Gus Moros will be spinning old-school 80s and 90s music on Friday night. Saturday and Sunday feature live Greek music and dancing.
Festival hours are 4 to 11 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16, and Saturday, Aug. 17; and noon to 11 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18. Sts. Constantine and Helen Church is located at 110th Street and Roberts Road (11025 Roberts Road), Palos Hills.