People immersing themselves in Greek culture today at the 41st annual Capitol Greek Fest. Thousands of people flowed through Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Camp Hill for the annual event.
Baklava, pistachio and more filled the menu, along with entertainment and vendors. The three day event also gives the parishioners a chance to show off their heritage.
“You can’t find any good traditional Greek food around, most places you have to find a Greek cook that knows what their doing. So you come to the Greek church, the Greek festival that’s where all the Greeks are, that’s what it’s about. It’s about coming together, it’s about family, it’s about good food,” festival visitor Steve Plakiotis said about the event.
The festival continues tomorrow from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free and all of the money raised goes back to the church.