The Dates are Set for 2015!
2015 Westfield, NJ - The
dates are set for one of the best Greek Festivals in the tristate area.
NJ Greek Fest 2015 will again take place on the weekend AFTER Memorial
Day (May 28th through May 31st, 2015).
NJ Greek Fest Chairman "Op" Kyritsis
announced that 100% of the 2015 NJ Greek Fest admissions proceeds
will benefit the Children's Specialized Hospital, Camp Good Shepherd and the Westfield
Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc.
Specialized Hospital is the preeminent provider of
services for children with special needs. The hospital serves children
affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism,
developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses.
Specialized Hospital has ten sites in New Jersey and treats 20,000
children each year, making it the largest pediatric rehabilitation
system of its kind in the nation.
Camp Good Shepherd
is the Metropolis of New Jersey youth camp which aims to enrich the
lives of its participants with a living, vibrant experience of Greek
Orthodox Christianity and a rich, textured immersion into the Greek
The Camp Good Shepherd program serves the Orthodox Christian youth of
the Metropolis and it aims to bond the youth of the Metropolis by
fostering within them a life-long appreciation of Orthodoxy and
friendship with fellow campers.
Daily life at Camp Good Shepherd includes many traditional summer camp
activities that emphasize fun, fellowship, and learning. Campers engage
in daily sessions of Arts and Crafts, Aquatics, Athletics, Music and
Greek Culture, and Orthodox Life. The overall goal of the Camp is to
instill in the child an understanding of the Orthodox faith while
embracing the life of the Church and developing deep relationships with
peers their own age.
Volunteer Rescue Squad,
Inc. is the all-volunteer Emergency Medical Service for the Town
Their dedicated volunteers respond to traumatic and
medical emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and
do not bill for any of their services or equipment used.
Westfield Volunteer Rescue Quad is funded entirely through tax