Greek American fest in Pelham Bay

These kids showed off their fancy footwork in the parking lot.
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Pelham Bay hosted one big, fat, Greek festival last week.

Jeremy Prochilo shows a young lady how to play “crazy ball” at Pelham Bay’s big, fat, Greek festival this week. The parking lot of the Greek American Institute on Bruckner Boulevard was converted into a bash, complete with rides, games and food vendors. The money raised went toward the Bronx’s oldest Greek school, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012.
Photos by Edwin Soto

The parking lot of the Greek American Institute on Bruckner Boulevard was converted into a bash, complete with rides, games and food vendors from June 18 until the 22. The money raised went toward the Bronx’s oldest Greek school, the Greek American Institute, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012.

Matt Parada and Christopher Wisniewiki share a ride on this coaster.
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Theodore Daskalakis, 9, tries his luck, with John and Kristina Kambouris cheering on.
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Alessio and Alessia Loprete took home a pair of goldfish.
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