Among the many great things about Greece are Alexander The Great and the ancient nation's food. Boise's own Greek Food Festival celebrates 35 years of greatness—two more than Alexander did—with another spread of souvlaki, dolmathes and gyros Friday, June 3-Saturday, June 4 at Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church.
Mow down on Mediterranean delights 11 a.m.-9 p.m. both days and enjoy entertainment including Greek music and dancing. No Greek feast would be complete without diners joining the dance floor, but if your Kalamatianos is calamitous, don't worry—free Greek dance lessons will be on offer.
Cost to attend is a donation of $1, while kids under 12 get in free—a pittance to pay for a taste of greatness.