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Semaphore Greek Festival 2013

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Semaphore Greek Cultural Festival


Semaphore springs into summer with one festival after another - the hugely popular Semaphore Street Fair was barely over before the latest in the series was announced.

Personally I'm all for it - Semaphore is a pleasant place, friendly and fashionable without being over crowded. It has lots of interesting shops, some quite quirky buildings and a lovely beach that is a delight for kids.

The Semaphore Greek Festival 2012 is held on the foreshore at Semaphore close to the amusements and the iconic carousel, and it celebrates the Greek culture and heritage which is endemic to South Australia.

The Festival will bring you a rich assortment of the best traditional Greek food, sweets and other delicacies to enjoy while you listen to wonderful Greek music. There will also be a live band playing from 4pm daily

Of course there will be traditional dancers from local groups to entertain you, although after enjoying all those calories perhaps you may be inclined to get on stage and join them!

The Festival will be family friendly with lots of activities for the kids, and best of all - it's FREE.

For more information check out the website, or like the Facebook page to get regular updates.
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Why? Dance until you drop
Phone: 0403 232 016
Where: Semaphore foreshore
Cost: Free
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Greek music is great to dance to. This sounds like lots of fun
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