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Shopping – a must in all traditions!

After eating and entertainment, of course, it’s time to shop. The various gift shops are a shopper’s paradise, filled with a variety of Greek items – authentic Greek sailor hats, clothing, ceramics, copper, books, icons, jewelry, gold, Olympic souvenirs, and handcrafted items.


Previous Festival Vendors:

Alexander’s Gifts - Grecian gold and silver jewelry


Ariel La Boutique - Handmade jewelry and accessories, silk skirts, dresses and tops

Athanasios Vergos - A Greek boutique that features ceramics, handmade soaps, music, clothing and aromatic oils

Bakaliko - Want to take a taste of Greece home with you? The Bakaliko is our answer to the old-time Greek general store. Here the shelves stocked with food and sundry items from Greece, including ingredients needed for Greek food and pastry preparation.

Baraka Jewelry - Unique handmade jewelry, exotic silk, hand-painted cotton clothing and bags

Big Game Gallery - Unique original oil paintings

Cathedral Bookstore - The Annunciation Cathedral Bookstore and Gift Shop is a ministry of making our people more aware of the literature available about the Orthodox faith, written in both Greek and English. It also has a nice selection of icons, livanistiria (incense holders) and incense, candelia (votive holders), and sfragithes (sacred seals/stamps for prosforo bread brought to the church for Holy Communion and antidoron), to enhance the spiritual life of the Orthodox Christian.

Maria’s Jewelry - Eclectic Greek designs in gold and silver

Morozko - Handmade Russian nesting dolls, Christmas Ornaments and wooden Santa's

Outdoor T-Shirt & Souvenir Tents - Browse for souvenirs and a wide selection of cultural and festival logo T-Shirts.

Polly’s Boutique - Imported sterling silver, belly dancing costumes, coin scarves and women's accessories


Star of Bethlehem - Olive wood carvings and unique gifts from the Holy Land hand crafted by Christian families in Bethlehem


Telesto Designs - Diamond, gold, silver and semi-precious stones, along with byzantine jewelry









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