Every Fall, This Small Town In Wyoming Holds The Most Authentic Greek Festival In America
By Will Suphan|Published October 17, 2022
Will has been living in Arizona off and on for 30+ years in the Phoenix Metro and Tucson areas. He has traveled all over the state as well as having lived all over the Southwest. He's been writing for OnlyInYourState for one year and has previously written for Digital Journal. Will has a passion for travel and writing and combining the two is what he loves most. He loves solo international travel and has been to Thailand, France, Japan, and Cambodia.
Fall is traditionally the time for harvest festivals, apple picking, and Oktoberfests, however, the town of Cheyenne puts on such an amazing festival to celebrate Greek food, dance, and culture we just couldn’t keep it to ourselves! Cheyenne, Wyoming has a sizeable Greek population and you can experience the very best of their festive traditions at the Cheyenne Greek Festival held every September.
Wyoming’s picturesque landscape is perfect for road trips and this state is home to one of the most wondrous rock formations on earth, Devil’s Tower, which was featured in the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Have you had any amazing experiences in Wyoming? Let us know all about them in the comment section.
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