Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church members will host their annual Greek Dinner Festival starting Thursday.
Enjoy pastries, souvlakia from the outside grill and sit down or take-out dinners of beef kapama served with orzo and browned butter with myzithra cheese.
The festival runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the church, 1703 N. Washington St.
Lunch is served Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinner is available from 4:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday and from noon on Saturday until 8 p.m. each evening.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for children younger than 12, if purchased in advance. At the door, adult tickets are $15. Advance tickets may be purchased from the church during festival preparations.
Tickets are also available at: City Ramp Parking Garage, 430 W. First Ave., (509) 624-1313; Santorini Greek Restaurant, 112 N. Howard St., (509) 456-2349; Arger Real Estate, 300 N. Mullen Road, Suite 204, (509) 926-5311; The Olympia Restaurant, 301 E. Lakeside, Coeur d’Alene, (208) 666-9495; and The Highlands Day Spa, 4365 Inverness Drive, Post Falls, (208) 773-0773.
For more information, the church can be reached at (509) 328-9310 or the Web site is www.holytrinityspokane.org.
Egg cartons needed
Local food banks have plenty of eggs that were donated for families in need, but need help with cartons to deliver them.
Main Market Co-op organizers are helping collect gently used egg cartons. Drop them off in the bin at the Saranac Building, 25 W. Main Ave., before Sept. 30. Or, call the Spokane Valley Partners Food Bank for information on how to help.
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