Teenagers from the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Raleigh opened the dancing entertainment onstage with a Thracian traditional folk dance and song at 3pm in the Jim Graham Building, State Fairgrounds Saturday, September 12, 2015 during the second day of the three day Raleigh Greek Festival. Thousands of visitors packed the Jim Graham Building on the State Fairgrounds sampling Greek food, culture and music during the 32nd annaul three day Raleigh Greek Festival.
Teenagers from the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Raleigh opened the dancing entertainment onstage with a Thracian traditional folk dance and song at 3pm in the Jim Graham Building, State Fairgrounds Saturday, September 12, 2015 during the second day of the three day Raleigh Greek Festival. Thousands of visitors packed the Jim Graham Building on the State Fairgrounds sampling Greek food, culture and music during the 32nd annaul three day Raleigh Greek Festival. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Teenagers from the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Raleigh opened the dancing entertainment onstage with a Thracian traditional folk dance and song at 3pm in the Jim Graham Building, State Fairgrounds Saturday, September 12, 2015 during the second day of the three day Raleigh Greek Festival. Thousands of visitors packed the Jim Graham Building on the State Fairgrounds sampling Greek food, culture and music during the 32nd annaul three day Raleigh Greek Festival. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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September 12, 2015 06:15 PM

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