Greek Night at Blue Valley Vineyard and Winery
Saturday, December 1 | 7-11pm

Greek Night promo card that shows Greek dancers, a Greek village with the flag of Greece and the bottles of wine from Blue Valley Vineyard and Winery

Back by popular demand, we’re excited to host another Greek Night!

You are invited to join us as we celebrate the Greek heritage of our owners, the Zissios Family.

This event features a fun-filled evening of food, live music provided by DJ Mihali, and of course, Greek dancing! The menu will include several Greek favorites.

Tickets are $45, and seating is limited, so get your tickets now:

Menu for the evening:

  • Greek salad
  • Pastitsio (Greek lasagna)
  • Rice
  • Oregano Chicken
  • Fish with caper sauce
  • Assorted dessert

Brief History of Greek Dancing:

Greek dancing dates back thousands of years. It is a folk art that plants it’s roots during the Roman/Byzantine Empire’s occupation of Greece. It is based on a form of dance that was popular in Constaninople (modern day Istanbul).  The popular Greek folk dance starts slow and gradually speeds up and gains intensity. The dance was the invention of The Greek Butcher’s Guild.  The Greek soldiers made this dance popular. They performed the dance in preparation of their fifth revolt Turkish empire.  Although the revolt ultimately failed, the dance became a mainstay in the traditions of the Greek culture.

Today, there are many variations of the traditional Greek folk dance.  The variations differ from region to region of Greece.  The Greek dance variations include solo version, male version, female version, and a mixed version.  The dances known as Syrtos and Kalamatianos are the most popular.  Syrtos is slow, peaceful and serene. Kalamatianos is fast paced, rugged and lively.  Both versions are performed in open circles. 

Greek folk dancing has deep roots in the traditions of the Greek people and the history of Greece. The dance is a part of social and ceremonial occasions.

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December 25 @ 11:00
11:00 am — 5:00 pm (6h)