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Mediterranean Food Fete Sept. 13-15

Anderson Observer

After more than a decade, one of Anderson's favorite festivals has a new name and is expanding food options. 

The new "Mediterranean Food Fete" replaces the Greek Festival, Sept. 13-15 at the Anderson Civic Center. Proceeds from the new event will benefit  The Shepherd’s Guild, a 501c3 nonprofit service organization of the Eastern Orthodox Church. The organization distributes the funds to local outreach projects and causes.

The concept of the new festival which hopes to "bring people together through food and music" is to blend the cultures of the Mediterranean and the South, both of which place a high value on hospitality. 

The three days will feature Mediterranean food, Greek pastries, Lebanese sweets, Turkish baklava, live music on Friday night, live Greek music on Saturday and live Lebanese music on Saturday night. (See examples of the foods which will offered.)

As part of the event, a walk/run to benefit Shriners hospital is also scheduled for Sept. 14.

This new festival needs more community support. To find out how to help, contact Fete Director Bill Stathakis. Affordable sponsorships are still available. Admission is free and the public is invited.

Admission is free and the public is invited. For more information, visit here.

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