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Memphis Greek Festival 

At the Agora Marketplace, festival goers can browse Greek clothing, icons and jewelry.
For those who like a bit of theology with their spanakopita, there are church tours led by Annunciation's Father Jim Berends.
From left: Charlie Dalimata, Jessica Dalimata, Jonathan Reineking, and Rita Dalimata.
Troy Fink and Jessica McBee said they had come for the late-night dancing.
Liz Ramage, left, leads attendees in a traditional Greek Dance.
Clockwise from left: Kourambiedes (powdered sugar cookie), Indokarida (Coconut Macaroon), Koulourakia (traditional Easter cookie), kataifi (shredded pastry with nuts), baklava (honey-nut phyllo pastry), paximadia (coffee biscuit), and ergolavi (almond crescent cookie). In the center is melomakarona (stuffed honey cookie)
Patricia Griffin, Porsha Bowdery, Cedric Brown, and Tyler Griffin.
Each year John Tashie, second from right, serves his famous Beef Tikki with a home-made yogurt sauce.
There is plenty of delicious food at the Memphis Greek Festival, but whatever you do, don't miss the lamb shank.
Nathan Jones, age 5, and Eliana Cullen, age 3, enjoy one of the festival's many bouncy castles.
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From left: Charlie Dalimata, Jessica Dalimata, Jonathan Reineking, and Rita Dalimata.
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