November 3, 2006
A taste of Greece is right here in Charlottesville.
The Greek Orthodox Church has opened its doors for its annual Greek Festival, serving traditional dishes and pastries, as well as providing entertainment.
The festival runs from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Saturday November 4th.
"This is my first time visiting the Greek festival and I think it's great fun. The smells here are fabulous, the food looks wonderful, the music is great, and we're happy to be dancing and sharing what we know about Greek folk dances," said folk dancer Sue Chase.
Our very own meteorologist Brantley Ussery tried a few moves on the dance floor on CBS19 News at Noon on Friday.
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