Temecula Greek Festival to run Oct. 12-13 in Old Town

Jim Karidakis of The Olympians plays his bouzouki for the crowd at the 2018 Temecula Greek Festival in Old Town Temecula, Sunday, Oct. 14. Kim Harris photo
The Temecula Greek Festival is returning to Old Town Temecula in October. The annual event, which is sponsored by St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Murrieta, will run Saturday, Oct. 12, and Sunday, Oct. 13, at the Temecula Civic Center, 41000 Main Street.  Attendees can enjoy Greek food, shop at vendor booths, dance to live music and more. Greek breakfast food like baklava, diples or fried honey rolls and loukumades, which are fritters with honey and cinnamon, will be available for festival-goers. Lunch foods available at the festival will include gyros, feta fries, lamb chops, spanakopita and others. Greek or American beers, Greek wine, ouzo, soda and bottled water will be available for anyone who needs a drink to go with their meal. Close to two dozen shops will offer je
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