Big Greek Festival, held annually for 50 years this year, offers a welcoming venue to have fun with kids in Morris County, while also offering a firsthand view of the rich cultural heritage and tastes of Greece.
During our festival, everyone’s a Greek: Try all kinds of fresh dishes and delicacies, while sampling Greek wines and liquors. Then view live entertainment or shop with marketplace vendors and tour our church
Admission: Adults $2. Children 12 and Under Free
DELICIOUS GREEK FOOD
GREEK FOLK DANCING
Lunch Friday (11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.)
Friday evening for dinner, drinks and dessert (5:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.)
All day Saturday (12:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.)
All day Sunday (12:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.)
Each year, vendors share handmade crafts and artistry, while business and personal service providers show at our Greek festival. Exhibition tables display imports, while walls showcase the creations of Greek and Greek-American artists and artisans. With characteristics of an international marketplace, marvel at the array of custom jewelry and more.
Big Greek Festival features the best Greek food in NJ: hot off the grill Gyros, Souvlaki and much more … top it all off with traditional sweet Greek pastries!
Come see our Greek dance troupes perform traditional Greek Folk Dances. When you’re looking for things to do in New Jersey with kids, get thrilled by the wide range of ages presented on stage!
Want a unique event experience in NJ? Hear live Greek music and DJs – the best in Greek festivals in New Jersey! BIG GREEK FESTIVAL features live entertainment and family fun for everyone. From Greek folk dancing to Greek music played live, enjoy an evening out – and invite your friends to join you!
PRIZES & RAFFLE
Help fund our ministries. A variety of prizes, as well as a Grand Prize will be available. Buy a ticket for yourself or a friend, or refer co-workers, social club members, anyone you know – consider a unique birthday or graduation gift. The drawing is to be scheduled.
Tour our church’s interior featuring hand-crafted stained glass windows and wood carvings, and colorful painted icons. Ask a festival volunteer for directions.