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Annual SerbFest

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Event# 602-275-7360

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Experience all of the traditions of Serbia. Be sure to bring your appetite and try delicious homemade Serbian cuisine and pastries. There is also live Serbian music and traditional folk dancing, church tours of a Byzantine style church, a shopping bazaar which includes religious, cultural and ethnic items, and a Kids Zone where kids can play all day. All proceeds will benefit the Child Crisis Center. Great ambience for all to enjoy!
Hours: Sat 11am-10pm Sun. Noon-8pm

Annual SerbFest

Address : St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church,4436 E. Mckinley Street Phoenix AZ
Phone : 602-275-7360   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 602-275-4112

Email Address : stsavaphx@gmail.com

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Admission Fee : Adults $2.00 Children 12 & Under Free

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