There was lots of jewelry for sale.
There was Greek music and folk dancing, performed by a talented group of youngsters.
We took a tour of the Cathedral and heard an interesting talk about the religion. We were invited but not pressured to attend a liturgical service.
Beautiful stained glass windows inside.
And, of course, there was Greek food for sale everywhere.
SWMBO had a Greek-spiced and grilled beef Gyro sandwich. The beef was topped with tzatziki, tomato and onion.
And I feasted on a lamb shank (a treat I discovered years ago in a Detroit restaurant) which had been roasted with tomato, fresh garlic and Greek spices, and we shared a delicious bowl of Kalamata olives.
Of course we had to wash it down with some Greek beer and I had to start the day with a shot of Ouzo.
All in all a fun time with a group of fun-loving people. If you happen to be in Phoenix the festival continues Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.