CAROLYN'S COMPOSITIONS

September 14, 2013

Greek Festival in Cranston, Rhode Island


CAROLYN’S COMPOSITIONS

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GREEK FESTIVAL IN CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND

September 7, 2013

 

While in Rhode Island we had the opportunity to attend a Greek festival. Parking was at a school parking lot, with shuttle busses transporting people to the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church.

The event was so packed with people that the food line extended out to and beyond the church from the food tent, and the line never diminished.

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We decided to avoid the long line and picked some delicious food from a pastry line. We purchased a sufficiently adequate lopsided meal (mostly desserts—rice pudding, baklava) and found a seat beside a delightful local couple. We chatted away long after our meals, and then walked to the church where we viewed its beautiful round interior.

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We just missed the 4:00 dance show and saw only the beginning of the 7:00 show (we didn’t want to be caught in a crush of people returning to the parking lot in the shuttle).

Attendees must dance...

Attendees must dance…

Dancers lined up, waiting to begin the show.

Dancers lined up, waiting to begin the show.

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ADDITIONAL READING:

Submarines, the Beatles, Sloops, and Apples

Rhode Island: Part 1

KILLED STRANGELY: A NEW ENGLAND MURDER STORY

Start of a New England Vacation

 

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