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Video: The Yiasou Greek Festival 2014

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Carol Lowder a chaperon with the Socrates Academy wipe sticky cotton candy from six-year old Julia Drogaris' face. The 37th Annual Yiasou Greek Festival began today, Thursday, September 4,2014 and continues through Sunday, September 7th. The Yiasou Greek Festival began in 1978 and since then has become one of CharlotteÕs largest cultural events. It is eagerly anticipated by the Charlotte community each year.

The 37th Annual Yiasou Greek Festival which began Thursday and continues through Sunday, September 7. The Yiasou Greek Festival began in 1978 and since then has become one of Charlotte's largest cultural events. It is eagerly anticipated by the Charlotte community each year.

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