The dining tents are up, the souvlaki is on the grill, and the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is set to host the 79th Annual Greek Festival.
The festival is a chance to share the food and culture and your opportunity to be Greek for at least a day.
"It's the heritage of who I am and what our culture is," Adair Truman said.
Truman was standing in front of tables full of pastries Thursday morning as she was preparing for the festival, everything from baklava to diples, paximadia and much more, all hand made by a small by mighty group of volunteers.
"They are working non-stop the last two month, six-year-olds to 90-year-olds do the work together to pull off this event for the three days we have it," she said.
The doors open at the Greek festival each morning at 11 and it runs from now through Saturday. For a full list of events, times, and ticket prices click here