NJ Greek Fest
is always the weekend AFTER Memorial Day
2015 Westfield, NJ - The
dates are set for one of the best Greek Festivals in the tristate area.
NJ Greek Fest 2015 will again take place on the weekend AFTER Memorial
Day (May 28th through May 31st, 2015).
This year enjoy NJ Greek Fest activities include cooking demonstrations
dancing, vendors, and best of all, dining under the big tent or inside
the air conditioned Bouras Center!
New to NJ Greek Fest in 2015 is the "Super Greek Tent". It's a large
30' x 40' Tent in the middle of the "Plaka" (central plaza) that is
stuffed with items from Greece!
NJ Greek Fest Chairman "Op" Kyritsis reminded us that 100% of the 2015
NJ Greek Fest admissions proceeds
will benefit the Children's Specialized Hospital, The Saint Nicholas
National Shrine at the World Trade Center and the Westfield
Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc.
Specialized Hospital is the preeminent provider of
services for children with special needs. The hospital serves children
affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism,
developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses.
Specialized Hospital has ten sites in New Jersey and treats 20,000
children each year, making it the largest pediatric rehabilitation
system of its kind in the nation.
York City's Saint Nicholas
Greek Orthodox Church was
the only house of worship that was destroyed in the 9/11 terrorist
attacks. Saint Nicholas Church served as a place of solace, peace and
prayer for not only its congregation, but for busy New Yorkers who
sought prayer. After years of planning, the rebuilding effort has now
commenced. Once completed the National Shrine will include a
non-denominational bereavement center welcoming all those seeking
comfort and prayer and a place of solace.
Volunteer Rescue Squad,
Inc. is the all-volunteer Emergency Medical Service for
Their dedicated volunteers respond to traumatic and
medical emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and
do not bill for any of their services or equipment used.
Westfield Volunteer Rescue Quad is funded entirely through tax