Radost and Bokreta at Peninsula College

Peninsula College, Port Angeles
Saturday, November 10th, 2012
5:30 – 8:00 pm
Little Theater, Peninsula College, Port Angeles, WA
Pirate Union Building (PUB)
Peninsula College

1502 East Lauridsen Blvd.
Port Angeles, WA 98362

International Student & Faculty Services
in conjunction with the PC’s Foundation
proudly invite you to join:


Peninsula College’s 1st Annual International Night!!


Saturday, November 10th 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Dinner: Upper & Lower Pub / Dance: Little Theatre

THEME:  GREEK TAVERNA (Tαβέρνα) with Eastern European dance


Dance by vibrant Radost and Bokréta with a ‘special secret’ spotlight performance



Taverna menu includes:


Spanakopita (Greek spinach pie)

Keftedes (taverna meatballs)

Dolmadakia (grape leave rolls)



Greek Roasted Lamb

Vegetarian Mousska (cassarole

Greek Pilafi (rice)

Oven-roasted potatoes

w/Greek Salad and bread



Ravani (Greek sweet cake)

Kourabiedes (Greek wedding cookies)

Koulourakia (Greek tea cookies)



2 glasses of wine (red/white)

Loganberry punch



NOTE: Taverna food is usually served family style in Greece, so the dinner will be served keeping with tradition.


Proceeds support Peninsula College’s global awareness initiatives.


For more information, contact International Student & Faculty Services at 360-417-7989 or international@pencol.edu

COST: $65 per person / $120 per couple

Definition of a Taverna - Tαβέρνα:

Taverna refers to a small restaurant serving Greek cuisine, not to be confused with ‘tavern’. The Greek word ‘taverna’ originates from the Latin word taberna (‘shed’ or ‘hut’ from tabula ‘board’ coming from beam or timber). As Greeks have migrated throughout the world, taverns (pl) have spread throughout with them. The tavern is an integral part of Greek cuisine and Greek culture.  Great food, wine, music, and dance are all highlights of a ‘taverna atmosphere’. THE MORE THE MERRIER!!


Καλώς Ορίσατε (Kalós orísate)! Welcome!!



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Note: 3 hour drive time from Seattle