WHAT TO EXPECT

Delicious Lebanese food

Menu offerings include meat pies, vegetarian and meat grape leaves, spinach pies, spinach-feta rolls, falafel, grilled lamb, beef and chicken kabobs, beef kafta, chicken shawarma wraps, lubee (Lebanese green beans), tabbouleh, cabbage rolls, kibbie, pita bread, hummus, Lebanese cheesecake, various desserts, baklava, other Lebanese pastries and much more.

Takeout and online ordering will be available.

Live Lebanese music

The Samer Jazrawy Band is traveling all the way from Michigan, and they will provide the toe-tapping Lebanese music that gets folks up and dancing.

Traditional Lebanese folk dancers

Including “Dabke” (Lebanese line dance) instruction.

Kids’ activities

Children will enjoy an inflatable bouncy house and other games for an affordable fee.

Lebanese and Maronite history

Tours of the church will cover the rich history of Maronite Catholicism, one of the oldest rites within Catholic Christianity, including a display of stained glass windows and icons. “A Taste of Lebanon” area will display unusual musical instruments, colorful rugs, a hookah and other ethnic items.

FREE admission and parking